After months of investigation of about 80 suspects among SCOTUS clerks and others, the US Supreme Court Marshal announced that they have been unable to "identify a person responsible by a preponderance of the evidence" for leaking the Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v. Wade. That was the leak that set off nationwide violence, threats against conservative Justices, and an assassination attempt on Justice Kavanagh.
This was such a massive breach of Supreme Court rules and professional ethics at the highest level that law professor Jonathan Turley said the fact that they weren’t able to identify a culprit is “almost as chilling as the leak itself."
At the link above, a number of Congressional Republicans react, calling the failure “inexcusable” and predicting it will lead to more rogue behavior. It also adds fuel to the criticism of Chief Justice Roberts, for entrusting the investigation to the Supreme Court Marshal. But Roberts’ critics will get a chance to see if they can do any better because this mystery has just been added to the growing list of things that will be investigated by the House Judiciary Committee.