After Criticism for Not Protecting Supreme Court Justice Alito’s Home from Angry Mob, Virginia Gov. Youngkin Sends Letter Asking Local Police to Set Security Perimeter Around Justices’ Homes

After Criticism for Not Protecting Supreme Court Justice Alito’s Home from Angry Mob, Virginia Gov. Youngkin Sends Letter Asking Local Police to Set Security Perimeter Around Justices’ Homes


Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin (R) took a lot of heat this week for not blocking or arresting a protest mob gathered at the Northern Virginia home of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito Monday night in violation of state and federal laws. Wednesday, Youngkin sent a letter to the leaders of Fairfax County wehere Alito and two other conservative justices reside calling on the county to establish security perimeters around the justices homes. The letter states Youngkin is willing and able to provide State Police support if requested by Fairfax Police. Youngkin warned of a protest scheduled for Wednesday that he wanted a perimeter set up to block. Justice Clarence Thomas and Justice Amy Coney Barrett also reside in Northern Virginia.

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