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SCOTUS's security minister has asked Maryland Governor Viriginia to stop protests at the judge's home.

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Protesters were outside Brett Kavanaugh's house to protest the vote to overturn the Roe v. Wade case. .. Getty Images

Supreme Court Security Director pickets Maryland and Virginia officialsI asked you to unplug it.And "threatening activity" outside the judge's house — after the US Department of Justice has stalled the enforcement of federal lawbanning such protests.

Marshal Gale Curly of the Supreme Court wrote to Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan (Republican), and county leaders in both states, personally. Cited state and local laws prohibiting demonstrations outside the residence.

"For weeks, a large number of protesters chanting slogans, using loudspeakers, and drumming picketed the judge's house," Curly wrote on July 1. Written in and released on Saturday.

Requests were made the day after the abortion demonstratorsflocked to Judge Amy Coney Barrett's house in Falls Church, Virginia, andthree weeks after the armed man. Arrived. He was arrestedoutside the home of Judge Brett Kavanaugh in Montgomery County, Maryland, and charged with attempted murder.

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The activist group RuthSentUs is a conservative judge in court. In early May, a leak of 's unprecedented draft opinion revealed plans for to overturn the Roe v. Wade case.

Republicans Hogan and Yongkin citeAttorney General Merrick Garlandin federal law banning demonstrations intended to affect judges in disputed cases. And asked to ease the protest. ..