U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said Monday that allowing judges in a democracy to decide which minorities deserve protection could encourage child molesters and other unpopular groups to seek constitutional protection.
“What about pederasts? What about child molesters?” Scalia asked rhetorically in a talk before first-year law students at Georgetown University Law Center. “Nobody loves them.”
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