The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday acknowledged that a spectator’s outburst during an oral argument Feb. 26 was “redacted” from the audio posted on the court’s web site late last week.

“The comments were not transcribed by the court reporter, who is responsible for transcribing and creating an official record of oral arguments (justices’ questions, statements, and counsels’ comments),” court public information officer Kathy Arberg said in a statement. “The audio was redacted to reflect the official proceedings.” The court reporter is an employee of Alderson Reporting Service, Arberg added.

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