Supreme Court delivers ‘unsatisfactory resolution’ to ‘serious’ breach of confidentiality

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The Supreme Court’s investigation of a leaker who delivered a copy of the then-unreleased Dobbs opinion that overturned the faulty 1973 Roe v. Wade abortion decision to the media failed to identify the offending person.

And that’s “unsatisfactory,” according to Alan Dershowitz, the Felix Frankfurter professor of law emeritus at Harvard, who wrote a column at the Gatestone Institute, where he is the Jack Roth Charitable Foundation fellow.

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