Protesters Are Back Screaming Outside Supreme Court Justices’ Homes

Protesters Are Back Screaming Outside Supreme Court Justices’ Homes


Protestors are again gathering outside the homes of Supreme Court Justices to voice their frustrations over the court’s abortion ruling last summer, a video posted by a Washington, D.C. activist group shows.

Our Rights DC, one of the groups responsible for organizing protests outside of conservative justices’ homes following the leak of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision last summer, posted a video on its Instagram account showing new protests outside of Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s and Chief Justice John Roberts’ homes Thursday night. “One, two, three, four, we want ethics on the Court!” the protestors chanted.

“Quick trip to Kavanaugh & Robert’s neighborhood tonight,” the caption stated.

“Our rights are not up for debate!” protestors yelled.

Federal law makes it illegal to picket or parade near a justices’ home “with the intent of influencing any judge.” Training materials given to U.S. Marshals, which were obtained by Republican Alabama Sen. Katie Britt, revealed in late March that Marshals had been told last summer that they were not to bring criminal enforcement against protestors “unless absolutely necessary” and noted that making arrests is “not the goal.”

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Attorney General Merrick Garland previously said Marshals were told they had “full authority” to make arrests under any federal statute. During the hearing, he told Britt he had “never” seen the training material instructing Marshals to do otherwise.

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