SCOTUS clerks confused as official Zero in hunt down cell phone data

According to CNN, the search for the leaker is intensifying.

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I have mixed feelings about it.

I don’t know if there really is a “victim”, but I know they want us to remember that there is.

But who knows, maybe I’m just whimsical.

After all, podcasts Eric Metaxas About the investigation it says: Before this is over, at least one SCOTUS judge must resign …

Time will tell, but the wetland has saved itself … Just ask Michael Susman, who has just been found “not guilty.” 3

But for now, according to CNN, investigations inside SCOTUS are heating up so much that clerks are panicking.

More news: Annoying details about what’s going on behind the WH closed door … Biden is a confused, ticking time bomb

The nervousness came after they were told to turn on their cell phones …

Supreme Court officials are stepping up their search for the source of the leaked draft opinion, which will overturn Rowe v. Wade, taking the necessary steps for law clerks to sign cell phone records and affidavits. Some clerks are apparently so concerned about these steps, especially the sudden requests for personal cell data, that they have begun to investigate whether to hire an outside counselor.

The court’s actions are unprecedented and the most interesting development so far is the investigation into who could provide the opinion poll to Politico, published May 2.

Out-of-court lawyers who have become aware of the new investigation into cell phone details have warned of possible interference in the clerks’ private activities without disclosing it to the media, saying they may feel the need to seek independent advice.

An appellate lawyer with knowledge of the law clerks’ new claim said, “This is what people who are similar in other government investigations will do.” “It would be hypocritical for the Supreme Court to prevent its own employees from taking advantage of that basic legal protection.”

Law Clarks ‘growing investigation reflects Roberts’ concerns about privacy breaches and possibly further leaks. It further suggests that the court has so far failed to determine the source of the politics.

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Former law clerks say the document could be sent to about 75 people through regular channels. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

Look, here’s the thing … If I were a SCOTUS clerk and leaked some documents to Politico, the last thing I would do is use my own phone.

If it was a rogue “clerk” (which I suspect it was), I would have the common sense to buy an undetected burner phone and communicate that way.

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You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people.

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