SCOTUS maintains public silence on Dobbs opinion leak investigation

SCOTUS maintains public silence on Dobbs opinion leak investigation

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  • CNN — Almost five months after the Supreme Court suffered one of the worst breaches of confidentiality in its 233-year-old history, triggering a rare investigation into the inner workings of the high court, the public has been left in the dark.
  • Politico’s release in early May of the draft opinion rocked the court and left some justices with a sense of paranoia inside the confines of the marble lined hallways.
  • Now a new term has begun, the 8-foot security fences that surrounded the court have been dismantled and the justices are preparing for blockbuster cases in the December sitting including a dispute over LGBTQ rights and a case that could change the future of elections.
  • As for the leak, Kagan suggested recently during an appearance in New York that the justices were going to be updated about the status of the investigation in late fall and Justice Neil Gorsuch told an audience in Colorado, according to The Wall Street Journal, that a report was coming “soon.”

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