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No arrest in robbery Judge Breyer in Nevis

The head of the local government in Nevis sought Tuesday to assure the public that the island is safe despite the fact that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer was robbed in his vacation home by a man wielding a machete.Full story

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  Investigators on the Caribbean island of Nevis are on the hunt for the machete-armed man who robbed Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer at his vacation home. NBC’s Pete Williams reports.

Supreme Court Justice robbed by machete-wielding man

  While vacationing in the West Indies, an intruder robbed U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Stephen Breyer of about $1,000. NBC’s Pete Williams reports.

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