Supreme Court Justices Sometimes Make False Claims

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A review of several dozen Supreme Court opinions in recent years uncovered a number of false or wholly unsupported factual claims, reports ProPublica. The website found seven errors in a modest sampling of Supreme Court opinions issued from 2011 through 2015. In some cases, the errors were introduced by individual justices apparently doing their own research. In others, the errors resulted from false or . . .

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