In a complete about-face the HRC co-chairs recanted their support of David, in essence, calling him a liar
Staffers have reportedly said directives have “created a chilling effect” at work.
Due to these close ties, legal experts question the ability of the law firm to be impartial.
Despite the seemingly damning evidence, Navarrete now denies any guilt.
The Human Rights Campaign remains steeped in turmoil, with one employee resigning this week.
Despite at first having “full confidence” in David, the Human Rights Campaign has changed course.
If convicted of all charges, Navarrete could serve a minimum sentence of 49 years in prison.
Sen. Chuck Grassley called out David’s involvement with the scandal as detrimental to passing the Equality Act.
LGBT media came to the rescue of the embattled Human Rights Campaign president after a damning report from the New York attorney general.