Written by on January 20, 2023


Shared By Peter Boykin – American Political Commentator / Citizen Journalist



After a month-long investigation, the Supreme Court announced that it has failed to identify who leaked the draft of the court’s opinion overruling Roe v. Wade.

The opinion, written by Justice Sam Alito, was leased back in May of 2022, almost two months before the court issued its ruling – clearly politically motivated to pressure the Justices to change their positions.

It led to death threats, protests outside Justice’s homes, and even an attempted assassination of Justice Kavanaugh and his family.


The investigation into the leak found that 82 court employees had access to the draft opinion, but were “unable to identify a person responsible by a preponderance of the evidence.”

It did find that a few employees admitted to breaking confidentiality rules by “their spouse or partner about the draft Dobbs opinion and the vote count.”

A bad precedent is set, Jonathan Turley, a prominent GOP legal analyst summed up what this means for the future of the court, writing on Twitter:

“What is clear is that any hope for a deterrent on such unethical conduct has been dramatically reduced. Thus far, the culprit succeeded in not just leaking the opinion but evading detection.”

What happens now? The House Judiciary Committee says it plans to investigate the leak itself.

[Source: WSJ, Jonathan Turley, Fox News]

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