ProPublica has another scoop involving Justice Clarence Thomas and his friend Texas billionaire Harlan Crow.

Harlan Crow is a really good friend to Supreme Court Justice Thomas. Not only did he give Justice Thomas and his wife fabulous vacations over the past two decades (which the Justice never reported on financial disclosure forms), but the very generous Mr. Crow bought Justice Thomas’s family home in Georgia, with his mother still living in it. He also bought two vacant lots from Justice Thomas on the same street. The billionaire made some repairs on the home. He sold the two lots. It’s not clear whether Mama Thomas continues to live in the home purchased by the kindly billionaire.

Justice Thomas did not report that sale, as he did not report the lavish vacations that were gifts from Crow.

A federal disclosure law passed after Watergate requires justices and other officials to disclose the details of most real estate sales over $1,000. Thomas never disclosed his sale of the Savannah properties. That appears to be a violation of the law, four ethics law experts told ProPublica.

Justice Thomas broke the law.