When the court makes a decision, there is usually a write-up. Typically one person from the majority writes the decision. It is usually reported something like this: "Scalia, writing for the majority, says..."
Scalia wrote it, writing for the majority of the court that ruled in that manner.
Sometimes one of the justices on the losing side writes a dissent. His name is usually on it, as in "Scalia, writing for the dissent, says..."
I gather that you're arguing semantics because you think he's saying "the court" when it is one way, and "Scalia wrote..." when it is the other.
Okay. What was the point to start with? Was there one? Did it have something to do with the original subject at all?
Fiddling While Rome Burns
Carthago Delenda Est
"I used to roll the dice; see the fear in my enemies' eyes... listen as the crowd would sing, 'now the old king is dead, Long Live the King.'.."
Secondly the focus of your post is based on a stranger/home invasion. The FBI identified this as one of the least likely scenarios (in the region of 23%)
Thirdly I never said they were murdered by their own guns, I said they were murdered by their own friends. Friends who knew they were armed and it didn't make a blind bit of difference. Except maybe to make sure they were armed too.