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HE NEVER DOES THAT! Clarence Thomas Breaks Silence Michael Dwyer / AP Photos

Clarence Thomas Breaks Silence

From the SCOTUS to the STANDUP. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas hasn’t said anything during oral arguments—for nearly seven years. Monday, Thomas finally broke his streak to make fun of his alma matter Yale. Thomas reportedly said that a Yale degree could mean that a lawyer is “incompetent, not competent, capital trial counsel.”

January 14, 2013 3:33 PM