August 7, 2022

Supreme Court leak investigation moves forward with clerks asked for phone records

The investigation of May’s Supreme Court leak continues as the court’s clerks are now being asked for their phone records in an unprecedented move.

The request is reportedly leading some clerks to consider whether they should obtain their own legal counsel.

“That’s what similarly situated individuals would do in virtually any other government investigation,” said one appellate lawyer, according to CNN.

“It would be hypocritical for the Supreme Court to prevent its own employees from taking advantage of that fundamental legal protection,” the source added.

The clerks have become the focus as they are among the only people with access to opinion drafts like the one leaked last month.

The move could have the unexpected impact of also revealing other concerning information, a problem for both conservatives and progressives working in the court.

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Carolyn Colon (@guest_1288233)
2 months ago

I get paid more than $120 to $130 every hour for working on the web. I found out about this activity 3 months prior and subsequent to joining this I have earned effectively $15k from this without having internet working abilities
Copy underneath site to check it… 𝗪𝘄𝘄.𝗡𝗲𝘁𝗖𝗮𝘀𝗵𝟭.𝗖𝗼𝗺

Robert Cantrell (@guest_1288274)
2 months ago

leekers should get 5 years in jail with no time off .

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