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Silence Speaks
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Clarence Thomas has spoken during an oral argument for the first time in more than half a decade, according to the Wall Street Journal. The associate justice remarked that a defendant must not have received capable legal counsel, since his attorney graduated from Yale Law School (Thomas’s alma mater). The offical transcript records Thomas as saying, “Well—he did not—”.

Four little words, friends and neighbors. Savor ’em.

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