Native American activist Nathaniel “Nathan” Phillips, born in 1955, was charged with three crimes, according to civilian information obtained by Big League Politics.
Phillips gained notoriety for confronting Covington Catholic high school students wearing MAGA hats at the March For Life. Phillips previously accused Eastern Michigan University students of anti-Native racism in 2015 in another situation in which he approached the young people who were then vilified in the media.
Phillips was charged on March 9, 2004 in Mohave, Arizona for driving at a speed greater than reasonable or prudent, and for failure to produce evidence of financial responsibility. He was then charged with No Mandatory Insurance on July 4, 2004. On all three charges, the disposition is recorded as “Failure To Appear.”
Phillips’ Native Youth Alliance asked for PayPal donations so he could get to Washington, D.C. prior to his confrontation of the Catholic teens.
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