Nearly four years after the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the FBI recently released its files on Scalia, offering a peek inside the confirmation process for his circuit court and Supreme Court nominations.

The 483 pages of documents posted this month on the FBI’s online vault also reveal communications about a possible ethics investigation in 1993 and a purported death threat in 2006 from someone who called Scalia an “anti-Christ.”

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