Angry pro-choice protesters vowed to enter the homes of six conservative Supreme Court justices on Saturday after posting their addresses online after Roe v. Wade had been overthrown.
Pro-abortion group Ruth Sent Us began disseminating the judges’ addresses in the hours after the Supreme Court struck down Friday’s landmark abortion case and as violent protests erupted across the country.
Dozens of protesters turned up outside Judge Clarence Thomas’ home overnight shouting “No privacy for us, no peace for you!” and accused his wife Ginni of being an “insurgency activist”.
Some also waved signs that read “Thomas is a treacherous jerk” and “Off with your D—s.”
According to posts on social media, protesters planned to target the home of Thomas again on Saturday, as well as the residences of Justices Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett, Samuel Alito, John Roberts and Neil Gorsuch.
The same pro-choice group has been stationed outside the houses of Conservative judges for weeks – ever since a draft opinion was leaked.
President Biden last week signed legislation to ensure round-the-clock security for judges and their families after protesters attacked their family homes.
Protesters holding baby dolls and wearing blood-stained clothing targeted Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s home last week.
And California man Nicholas Roske, 26, was also arrested outside Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s home earlier this month after he allegedly admitted wanting to kill him because he was angry at the leaked opinion.
Although Biden called for peaceful protests following the Supreme Court decision, chaotic scenes erupted across the country.
At least 25 protesters were arrested in New York City, activists clashed with police officers and set off firecrackers in Los Angeles, and SWAT teams in Phoenix were forced to fire tear gas from the windows of the Arizona Capitol Building to disperse hundreds of people demonstrating outside.
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