Justice Clarence Thomas breaks three-year silence in case of black man tried six times for murder

Justice Clarence Thomas on Wednesday broke his three-year silence at the Supreme Court by asking questions during arguments in a racial discrimination case involving a black man who has faced six trials for a quadruple homicide in the 1990s.
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