Harassing Packages Sent To Justice Alito’s Former Essex County Home

Days after the U.S. Supreme Court decided to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, West Caldwell police have reportedly reacted to “several” reports regarding disturbing parcels being brought to an Essex County residence that was once owned by one of the justices.

The present homeowner has no connection to Samuel Alito Jr., a justice on the Supreme Court, and “deserves to live in peace in their house free from harassment,” according to police.

They said that incorrect information was spreading online, claiming that Alito still resides at the house. In reality, he resides in Alexandria, Virginia.

On Sunday, police posted the following message to Facebook and requested that people share it:

“At a home that was once owned by Justice Samuel Alito, the West Caldwell Police Department has responded to several calls. People have started sending threatening parcels to Justice Alito’s present residence because false information about his residence in West Caldwell was circulating online.”

“After being confirmed to the US Supreme Court 15 years ago in 2007, Justice Alito left West Caldwell. Regardless of anyone’s political opinions, the present homeowner gets to live in peace in their house free from harassment. They have no connection to Justice Alito.”

“All occurrences will be looked into, and anyone found guilty will be put on trial.”

To help perhaps stop this behaviour, “like and share this post.”

Abortion rights demonstrations have taken place on Virginia’s Alito Street throughout the past year.

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