The Washington Times: House Republicans plan to probe Supreme Court leak in new Congress

The Washington Times

Not a word has emerged from the Supreme Court about who leaked a draft opinion on overturning Roe v. Wade eight months ago. Now congressional Republicans are preparing to prod the court on its investigation of the breach.

Meanwhile, Mike Davis, president of the Article III Project and a former clerk to Justice Neil M. Gorsuch, said solving the mystery of who leaked the draft opinion shouldn’t be tough, given only a small pool of people have access to the document.

“It would be one of the nine justices, which I seriously doubt it’s one of the nine justices because they have to live with each other for the rest of their lives, one of the four law clerks of each of the nine justices or the two to three administrative aides to each of the nine justices,” Mr. Davis said. “It’s a very small universe of people. It’s almost certainly one of the 12 law clerks to one of the three liberal justices. It’s not that hard to figure this out.”

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