Man Arrested Outside Justice Kavanaugh’s House Charged With Attempted Murder

Source: US Supreme Court, Public Domain

On Wednesday morning, a man was arrested outside Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s house carrying multiple weapons.

He has now been arrested with four counts of attempted murder after reportedly telling police he wanted to “give his life purpose” by breaking into the justice’s home, killing him, and then committing suicide, Just the News reported.

The man has been identified as Nicholas John Roske, who also told police, according to the criminal complaint, that “he was upset about the leak of a recent Supreme Court draft decision regarding the right to an abortion as well as the recent school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.”

He reportedly believed that Kavanaugh, a member of the high court’s conservative majority and an appointee of former President Donald Trump, “would side with Second Amendment decisions that would loosen gun control laws.”

Roske is alleged to have been carrying a knife, a handgun, and pepper spray with him at the time that he was arrested.

Justice Kavanaugh’s home as well as the homes of other conservative justices have been the site of heated protests in the wake of an unprecedented leaked draft opinion from Justice Samuel Alito indicating the court plans to vote to overturn Roe v. Wade this year.

The group that originally released Kavanaugh’s home address online, Ruth Sent Us, tweeted out their plans to return to the justice’s home that very evening to continue their protests.

Many have raised concerns about the dangerous implications of allowing violent protests outside the homes of sitting Supreme Court justices, which might be in violation of federal laws that prohibit such activities for the sake of influencing the outcome of a federal court case.

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