Vacationing Supreme Court Justice, Wife Robbed In Nevis

The recent vacation of United States Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer and his wife Joanna became a nightmare in the Nevis at the world famous getaway Caribbean island. According to reports, Breyer and his wife were held up by a lone unidentified machete wielding robber inside their room on the said island last February 9.

Based on the initial police investigation, the nameless robber suddenly barged inside their room and poked a machete at them and subsequently declared hold-up. Afraid of being hurt, Breyer just gave his $1,000 cash and the man hurriedly escaped towards an unknown direction after the incident. It was learned that the 73-year-old Justice and wife were luckily not harmed by the suspect.

The Caribbean police are now conducting a deeper investigation on the incident as of press-time. Breyer and his wife undertook the vacation since the U.S. high court has been on a four-week break in the middle of its current term during which it is scheduled to hear landmark cases involving healthcare and immigration.