Justice Ruth Beder Zinsburg laid to rest

According to cemetery spokesman Barbara Lewandrowski, an army escort carried her remains under “dependent honor” to the burial of dependents of military personnel.

Ginsberg’s late husband, Marty, was an army officer.

Ginsberg died at the age of 87 on 18 September due to complications of metastatic pancreatic cancer.

Close conversation with Ruth Beder Zinsburg for 20 years

The second woman to serve on the US Supreme Court, Ginsburg was a trailblazer for women’s rights and the reputation of a “judge of judges” for her clarity of opinion, which gave direct guidance to lower courts. He served in court for over 27 years and was nominated in 1993 by then President Bill Clinton.

For several days, many people have gathered to judge late for justice and stand on the pavement outside, a memorable building adorned with flowers and candles paying tribute to Ginsburg. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump paid their respects to Ginsberg as a repose in the Supreme Court last week. MPs, entertainers and athletes from both parties have also paid tribute to Ginsberg. Ginsburg became the first woman and Jewish man in history to lie in state in the US Capitol on Friday.
Ginsberg’s death has sparked a debate over whether to fill a Supreme Court vacancy during the final term of an election year for the president, including Republicans, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, to step down as president before the November election. Have united behind the push of. On Saturday, Trump met with Republican senators in the High Court, which Trump announced on Saturday, with Judge Amy Connie Barrett nominating him for the High Court.

This story has been updated with additional background information.


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