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Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett has come under fire for her anti-abortion views. (Photo: Caroline Brehman/Getty Images)
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Harvard Law School students demonstrated against a recruitment dinner hosted by Paul Weiss, a law firm representing ExxonMobil, in January 2020. (Photo: Aaron Regunberg/Twitter)
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In a rare legal move amidst the ongoing unraveling of law enforcement's narrative about the murder of Breonna Taylor - a false claim of no body cam footage, an A.G. who failed to consider a homicide charge and used the Grand Jury as "a shield," God knows what else - a judge has granted the request of an anonymous juror their Grand Jury proceedings be made public. The juror's lawyer said his client feels "certain questions were left unanswered" and the public should know "the full story."

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