POINT CLEAR, Alabama — A medical emergency in the back of the room abruptly ended a question and answer program with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas at the U.S. Court of Appeals Eleventh Circuit Judicial Conference late Friday.

Thomas was starting to talk about legal opinions on bankruptcy law–saying he worries about challenges facing the judges he had been talking with during the conference –but he never got to finish his sentence. The crowd in the back corner of the ballroom at the Grand Hotel Conference Center began to move and people began saying, “Call 911.”

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