Judge John Roberts reportedly called the person who leaked the draft opinion overturning the Roe v. Wade case “stupid” and “one bad apple.”

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  • Judge John Roberts said he was “absolutely horrified” that the Supreme Court’s draft opinion could be leaked.

  • Roberts’ comments come just days after Politico published a draft opinion that it would overturn the right to abortion.

  • The Attorney General has appeared publicly for the first time since the report.

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, John Roberts, called the leak of the draft opinion “absolutely horrifying” during his speech to a federal judge on Thursday. According to CNN.

Roberts told his fellow federal judges that it was “stupid” for an unknown leaker to believe they could affect the work of the court. He also chalked the violation into “one bad apple.”

The presiding judge appeared in his first public place Since the extraordinary publication of Politico’s draft opinion Written by Judge Samuel Alito, it clearly overturned the Roe v. Wade and planned parent-child relationships vs. Casey cases, ending the federal right to abortion. “Attorneys and judges at the 11th Circuit Judiciary Conference,” Roberts said, according to CNN.

The court then confirmed the credibility of the draft decision announced on Monday. Roberts also blamed Leak and released an investigation to find out how the Secret High Court suffered from such an embarrassing breach.

“I think this is the worst nightmare of Judge Roberts right now,” said David Rat, who is watching the court. I talked to insiders before.

At that time, Roberts called Leak a “betrayal of court trust.”

Some Senate Republicans want the FBI to be involved in the investigation, but it’s unclear which federal law may have been violated. Republicans also openly speculate Opinions were spilled by people with liberal views, but there is no evidence of their effectiveness and it is not yet clear what the spillers were trying to achieve.

In its first report, Politico explained that the source of the opinion was “from someone familiar with court proceedings.”

The Supreme Court is currently considering opposition to the Mississippi Abortion Ban Act, which bans virtually all abortions after 15 weeks. The law was one of a series specially designed as a way to give the High Court the possibility of completely overturning Roe.

A spokesperson for the court did not immediately respond to the insider’s request for comment.

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