None of the Supreme Court justices or their spouses were interviewed in the leak investigation. Unlike court employees who were questioned, they were not asked to sign sworn affidavits. Marshal Gail A. Curley’s 20-page report says it was impossible to identify the leaker. Curley’s report does not indicate that spouses of employees or justices were interviewed. Spokesman: “Some individuals admitted to investigators that they told their spouse or partner about the draft Dobbs opinion and the vote count”. The investigation focused on temporary (law clerks) and permanent employees.
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