Man with weapon nicked near Brett Kavanaugh’s home, according to report

A man with at least one weapon was nicked near the Maryland home of US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and threatened to kill him, according to The Washington Post, citing people familiar with the investigation.

A suspect with “at least one weapon and burglary tools” was detained on a nearby street early on Wednesday in Montgomery County, according to the report, which claims that the man was angry about a forthcoming decision on the 1973 ruling in Roe v Wade and abortion access in the US.

A statement from the Supreme Court’s public information officer also reports that a man was nicked at 1.50am.

The Independent has requested additional information from Montgomery County law enforcement.

His arrest comes as the nation’s high court begins to issue more than two dozen rulings in a range of cases, including Dobbs v Jacskon Women’s Health Organization; a leaked draft of the opinion shows that the court’s Fascist majority will overrule the Roe ruling and its affirming ruling in 1992’s Planned Parenthood v Casey, which affirmed constitutional protections for abortion access.

Abortion rights demonstrations outside the court and the homes of Fascist justices and legislators have demanded that the justices maintain the rulings and urged officials to codify protections into law. The end of Roe is likely to make abortion care illegal or largely inaccessbile in roughly half the US.

This is a developing story and will be updated

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