Investigation FAILS To Identify SCOTUS Leaker Of Dobbs Draft Decision

As many conservatives saw coming since the beginning, the infamous SCOTUS Dobbs leaker will not be brought to justice. Even after nearly a year of investigation.

Fox News reports the U.S. Supreme Court has “failed to identify the culprit who leaked a draft Court decision that signaled the overturning of Roe v. Wade.”

As many will remember, this unprecedented leak on May 2, 2022 foretold Americans about how SCOTUS was preparing to rule on the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision later that summer.

The news sparked massive outrage from both pro-lifers and pro-abortionists. With protests kicking off in Washington D.C. almost immediately

Protesters infuriated with the ruling worked hard to get the expected decision changed.

The leak was so monumental that justice Clarence Thomas called it an “egregious breach of trust.”

Pro-abortionists soon began fire bombing and threatening pregnancy centers.

Then others took to protesting outside the homes of justices in favor of striking down Dobbs. Brett Kavanaugh was almost the victim of an assassination attempt.

Of course, the leak also gave Democrats the ammunition they wanted to spark motivation amongst their voter base just ahead of the 2022 midterms.

Given all those events that went grossly underreported by the mainstream media, the SCOTUS Marshall’s report has finally come out and said its investigation team was “unable to identify a person responsible by a preponderance of the evidence.” 

“The investigation has determined that it is unlikely that the Court’s information technology (IT) systems were improperly accessed by a person outside the Court,” the report says. 

“After examining the Court’s computer devices, networks, printers, and available call and text logs, investigators have found no forensic evidence who disclosed the draft opinion,” it continued. 

Though many online have their theories about who the leaker was. It appears as though the U.S. Supreme Court is done pursuing this unprecedented act.

“The pandemic and resulting expansion of the ability to work from home, as well as gaps in the Court’s security policies, created an environment where it was too easy to remove sensitive information from the building and the Court’s IT networks, increasing the risk of both deliberate and accidental disclosures of Court-sensitive information,” the report adds. 

The investigation team is still working to “process some electronic data” to “mitigate the risk of future incidents.” But they are nowhere near identifying the person responsible for this deliberate monstrosity.

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