Supreme Court Justice Robbed … Again

Just months after being held-up in the Caribeean by a machete wielding assailant, the Washington Post is reporting that Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s Georgetown home was burglarized recently.

According to the Post, $3,500 worth of items were stolen, including two silver candlesticks and a set of silver.

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