Well, we can file another suspicious action by someone within our government under ‘You’re never going to find out.'
It’s been eight months and the Supreme Court couldn’t find whoever leaked the draft of the court’s opinion in overturning Roe v. Wade. Oh, and they’re never going to find the culprit, either.
According to the Associated Press (AP):
Ninety-seven employees, including the justices’ law clerks, swore under oath that they did not disclose a draft of Justice Samuel Alito’s opinion that overturned Roe v. Wade, the court said.
It was unclear whether the justices themselves were questioned about the leak, which was the first time an entire opinion made its way to the public before the court was ready to announce it.
While the court says that the investigation isn’t over, don’t count on OUR government getting to the bottom of pretty much anything anytime soon, since we currently have a Department of Justice (DOJ) that seemingly only works to its own establishment benefit.
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