Justice Thomas and the Plague of Bad Reporting

From a Wall Street Journal opinion piece by James Taranto headlined “Justice Clarence Thomas and the Plague of Bad Reporting”:

ProPublica’s big scoop turned out to be a quarter-teaspoon. In an error-filled report last week, the opinionated news site got one point right: Justice Clarence Thomas didn’t disclose the 2014 sale of his one-third interest in three Savannah, Ga., properties to a company controlled by his friend Harlan Crow. He was legally required to do so. On these pages, in an article published online Sunday, I observed that he may have to amend his financial-disclosure form for that year.