The Odd Death of Antonin Scalia

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: I wonder what Justice Scalia, a strict constitutionalist, thought about the TPP, the TTIP and their Investor-State Dispute Settlement provisions? Because not only do these provisions undermine US law as it stands, but they also supersede the constitution and even rulings of the Supreme Court.

Obama and the leaders of 11 other nations signed the TPP earlier this month. Obama was granted Fast Track authority, but the corporate bill of rights passing as a “trade deal” will still have to be approved by the senate in an up or down vote. It will pass and Obama will sign it leaving just one obstacle: it will certainly be challenged in the Supreme Court on the grounds that it is not constitutional.

Scalia was apparently brought out to the ranch owned by a vulture capitalist to meet with 35 substantial business people shortly after Obama signed the TPP and Obama’s offering to take Scalia’s place is a pro-business neoliberal shill?

Interesting timing, right?

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Justice Scalia was found lying with hands folded on top of the sheets. It was first reported that he was found by a housekeeper, then the story changed and he was found by the owner of the ranch and “a friend”. By time they called anyone about the death, Scalia was already cold and they failed to inform any of the authorities of the identity of the deceased. Justices are provided security by the US Marshal Service which didn’t appear to be on the scene at the time of Scalia’s passing. The cause of death was determined to have been by “natural causes” by local officials “over the phone” based on “credible information” provided by that same ranch owner and “a friend”. At first officials said he died of a heart attack but now that official says she “misspoke”. The hearse carrying Scalia away was a “decoy” and the family has opted out of an autopsy.

Scalia was brought there to meet with 35 “substantial business people” and Obama has offered up a “business friendly” judge as a possible replacement for him on the court. A business friendly judge who defended Enron, Rio Tinto and Exxon mobile back in his days of practicing law. He’s a favorite of both sides of the One True Party, the Business Party of America.

Sound interesting?

This past Saturday at 11:00am local time, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Antonin Scalia was found dead “lying in perfect repose” (“His hands were sort of almost folded on top of the sheets,” John B. Poindexter, the property’s owner) in his bed at Cibolo Creek Ranch in Texas. The ranch is a sprawling 30,000 acre retreat favored by the rich and famous for it’s exclusivity and privacy.

John B. Poindexter, owner of the Cibolo Creek Ranch, is a well known backer of Democratic Party candidates. He made his money as a vulture capitalist: running leveraged buyouts of US manufacturing firms, liquidating most, keeping a few. Basically, he’s Gordon Geeko.

In 2006 he tried to buy 46,000 acres of Big Bend State park so his rich clients could enjoy the scenery without having to bother with the huddled masses being there as well. He would have got it, quietly like most of his other vulture capitalist deals, but the press got wind of it and the plan was nixed.

Antonin Scalia was an intellectual giant, it is said. He was a constitutional originalist, one who believed in taking the constitution at it’s word as opposed to trying to assign implied meanings to it’s language. He was also instrumental in the formation of the majority ruling that defined the 2nd amendment as granting individual citizens the right to own firearms for the defense of themselves and their homes. Ever since then, the “militia” argument has been dead in the water, at least as far as the courts are concerned.

The Supreme Court is facing some major decisions this session involving affirmative action, abortion, immigration and ObamaCare. Scalia is a conservative in a court that was leaning that direction 5 to 4.

On July 7th of 2015, Paul Waldman wrote an op-ed for The Week which turns out to be a little haunting in it’s prescience.

“Liberals won an unusual number of victories in the Supreme Court term that just finished, given that conservatives have a 5-4 majority on the court. In fact, according to a tally by SCOTUSblog, the liberals prevailed in a remarkable 19 out of the 26 closely divided cases the court decided this term.

But Republicans can take heart, because things are likely to go back the way they were when the court reconvenes in October. Which is all the more reason why the court will probably be as big an issue in the 2016 presidential campaign as it has ever been. And if it isn’t, it should be.” Paul Waldman

Well, now it is a big issue in the 2016 presidential campaign, isn’t it?

Antonin Scalia had just arrived at Poindexter’s ranch just hours before on Friday along with 35 other guests, some also from Washington. Poindexter and Scalia did not know one another:

“Justice Scalia and Mr. Poindexter had met just once, in Washington, and the justice had traveled to Texas after a friend of Mr. Poindexter’s suggested inviting himMany of those at the ranch during the weekend, Ms. Hodge said, were from Washington, but others were from San Antonio, Houston and Kerrville.” New York Times

At the time of writing, a compete guest list has not been made available. Nor does this researcher know exactly who it was who suggested Poindexter invite Scalia to the ranch.

(Poindexter) said he invited Scalia to the ranch on the suggestion of a mutual friend, a lawyer, who came with Scalia.

He declined to identify the lawyer or any of the other guests, except to say that they were “very substantial business people,” but not big names in politics.

“There is no political angle here,” he said. “It was strictly a group of friends sympathetic to the justice’s views.”” LA Times

It’s very nice of Poindexter to inform us that there is no political angle to a bunch of substantial business people getting together with an influential Associate Justice of the Supreme Court the night of his mysterious passing. Nothing to see here. Just move along.

Not all the guests stayed after Scalia was found dead lying neatly with his hands crossed on the sheets.

While the press once again uses the primary season as a distraction, muddling on and on about obstructionism and opportunism, some rather interesting details and contradictions are quietly emerging from Texas surrounding this story.

At first we were told the housekeeper found Justice Scalia.

Guevara said she misspoke when she previously told local TV station WFAA that Scalia died of a heart attack.

Scalia, 79, was on a hunting trip with friends at a West Texas resort. Housekeepers reportedly found the justice dead in his room after he failed to show up to breakfast. huffington post

Then it was reported that it wasn’t a housekeeper that found the body, but instead, Poindexter himself along with “a friend” of Scalia’s. Was this the same friend who suggested Scalia come out to the ranch?

“The next morning, Justice Scalia did not appear for breakfast, and Mr. Poindexter went to look for him.

“I knocked on the door loudly,” said Mr. Poindexter, who said Justice Scalia and the other guests had been staying at the ranch free for the weekend. “I had him in a very large room — a suite — and I thought he might be in the bathroom.”

Just after 11 a.m., Mr. Poindexter and a friend of Justice Scalia’s tried the door again, again to no answer. They entered the room, and it took no medical training, Mr. Poindexter said, to recognize that Justice Scalia was dead.” New York Times

It’s not altogether to concerning that initial reports differ with regard to who found the body. A journalist might not have done their homework or someone acting as a spokesman for the ranch in the early stages of the story may have spoken to reporters before getting all the facts. These things happen and to make too much out of them at a time like this is irresponsible.

However, check this out:

No identity or clue was given that this was not another body found by hunters in the desert,” David Beebe, a justice of the peace, wrote in an email Saturday night.

Judge Beebe said County Judge Cinderela Guevera had ultimately pronounced Justice Scalia dead by telephone and “ruled it natural causes based on credible information.” She did not respond to messages on Sunday.” New York Times

That declaration is likely to remain the official word regarding Scalia’s death because there will be no official autopsy.

A gray hearse arrived Saturday — a decoy, Van Etten said, to distract the news media. It wasn’t until about midnight that a van arrived to spirit the body away.

Scalia’s body was taken by a caravan of 20 law enforcement officers three hours west to Sunset Funeral Home in El Paso, where, after the family opted against having an autopsy, it was being prepared to be flown back to Virginia, according to Chris Lujan, a funeral director manager.” LA Times

We are being told the official cause of death was a heart attack but as of this moment, I can’t find confirmation that it’s listed that way on his death certificate and the person who at first claimed he died of a heart attack, now claims she “misspoke

So what was the cause of death?

Officials have released the scene of his death and reporters are crawling all over the place down there. They even released a photo of the bed Scalia died in. It is unmade, the sheets rumpled up. A pitcher of water sits on the nightstand beside the bed.

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia dies at Texas resort

So much for an investigation.

Poindexter made a very interesting, cryptic statement regarding Scalia’s passing which I think deserves some attention:

“It was an honor to have had him,” he said. “He was surrounded by 35-odd admirers. He was at a beautiful location, which he remarked upon several times as being very much to his taste. He was doing what he liked to do, which was being outdoors. He had no apparent pain or distress in his death. While an absolute tragedy, it could have happened at worse places and worse circumstances than it happened here.” LA Times

What is the meaning behind this statement? When he says these were all substantial business people who were there and folks who were “admirers” of his, does that mean he hosted this meeting for Scalia with the intention of giving these business people an opportunity to meet him or to influence him? Whatever the case may be, it is apparent that the get-together was centered on Scalia himself and it seems kind of odd that his heart would just happen to give out at such a time.

We are told he was surrounded by 35-odd admirers, leading business people with a stake in several upcoming Supreme Court decisions. What he wasn’t surrounded by was his usual security detail. They had stayed home.

After Scalia’s body was discovered, the ranch alerted the U.S. Marshals Service, which is responsible for protecting the justices when they travel outside Washington, although Van Etten had not noticed them around Scalia at the ranch.

“He was very unassuming. He didn’t want his entourage of marshals to stay here with him,” Van Etten said. LA Times

So now we have an unprotected Supreme Court justice found dead under unusual circumstances, pronounced dead over the phone and who will have no autopsy before being laid to rest.

One last thing:

A map appeared to be set under a bottle of water.

“When I went to straighten his room up after he was removed this morning, I noticed he had a map of the property next to his bed,” Poindexter said. “He had obviously been looking at it before he went to bed.” LA Times

From what I understand, an unprotected Justice Scalia left the festivities of the evening early, retiring to his chambers to get some rest after meeting with these substantial business people who were there because of Scalia. They say he left their little meeting at 9pm only to be found dead of “natural causes” the next morning. The cause of death determined by someone over the phone and there will be no autopsy. The heart attack story was someone “misspeaking”. His body is “spirited” away in secret as if the press is going to do anything to it and the scene is opened up to reporters and the owner of the ranch to do with as they please almost immediately. In fact, the pitcher of water was still sitting next to the bed.

I don’t know enough about poisons to make any guesses regarding what could have been in that pitcher, if indeed foul play was involved in Scalia’s passing. But it seems to me, any powerful public figure heading down to Texas unprotected to meet with a bunch of substantial business people in a remote location who turn up dead might just trigger a little more curiosity from the authorities than Justice Scalia’s passing engendered.

Did he really die of a heart attack peacefully in his sleep, lying there as if posed to imply that was the case?

Or did he get angry at being ambushed by a bunch of neoliberal corporatists at the ranch and head off to bed expecting to leave the next day, even more dead set against whatever it was they were pushing him to do?

It’s hard too say and we will never know because as we have learned in the past, Big Business is never questioned or suspected the way any one of us are these days in the Shining City on the Hill. Especially not in Texas.

Did something nefarious happen to Justice Scalia Friday night? Who knows. We never will. What happens behind the closed doors of the captains of industry stays behind the closed doors of the captains of industry. Even if what happens, happens to Supreme Court justices, civil rights leaders and presidents. After all, we are a country of priorities, are we not?

While the MSM focuses on what Donald Trump or Marco Rubio have to say about the matter, I thought you might like to know a little more about Justice Scalia met his end. Ironically, Scalia was Italian. The first Italian to sit on the Supreme Court and this whole thing sounds a little too much like that scene from Goodfellas where Tommy gets brought out to be “made” and gets whacked in a rec room instead. Personally, I would like to know who that lawyer was who brought him out there to meet all those substantial business people without any security. Might be something interesting to know.

In the corptocracy we all live in these days, the sins of our leading business people are well known but ignored. They lobby for wars and regime change operations with indifference, they unleash weapons of economic destruction on the country at will for their own profits and ideological leanings and they sell poison to their own customers with impunity knowing full well they will never be held accountable for their actions.

Presidents are killed. Senators are killed. Activists are killed. False flags are staged. Nothing is beyond the pale for these reactionary ideologues who sense the time is now for the birth of their New World Order nation.

And as it just so happens, when President Obama chimed in on the death of Justice Scalia, he offered up a suggestion as to his replacement practically before Scalia’s body was packed up and “spirited” away in the dead of the night. Perhaps there is a clue lingering in his choice of a former Bush and Obama Justice Department appointee who was backed by none other than Ted Cruz on his last judicial nomination.

“One possible contender to replace Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court is an Indian-American appeals court judge, Sri Srinivasan, who has pro-business credentials and a stellar resume.”…

“In private practice, prior to his appointment to the appeals court, Srinivasan successfully represented former Enron Corp CEO Jeff Skilling in a Supreme Court case.“…

Srinivasan also represented Exxon Mobil Corp in a lawsuit alleging human rights abuses in Indonesia, and mining giant Rio Tinto in a similar case about its activities in Papua New Guinea.Reuters

39 Responses

  1. An autopsy should be obligatory for an official of Scalia’s stature. There should be absolute certainty on the cause of death.
    Just think of all the valid testimony the people received from JFK’s autopsy … (hint, hint)

    • check out the update. I wonder if they didn’t bring him out there to pressure him on the inevitable TPP challenge that is sure to surface once Obama signs the trade deal into law.

    • Yes, and an inquest is required by law because of the unusual circumstances. See: http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/CR/htm/CR.49.htm

      And because an inquest is required, the justice of the peace should order an autopsy. Although he or she has discretion whether to do so, the family has no say in the matter.

      Thus, we must consider whether all this was just another massive hoax, with Scalia paid a big chunk of money to disappear to the Riviera or somewhere. Would he do that? Yes, especially if he got a li’l phone call from. the Pope. Scalia was always rumored to be Opus Dei. That means he would do something like this: his loyalty is not to the Constitution and statutes of the U.S. It is to the Vatican. .

  2. So the death is certainly odd and begs lots of questions. But extremely concerning is that this crook was meeting with substantial business people who had stakes in upcoming cases before the supreme court? This is completely unethical and should get judges at least kicked off the bench, if not disbarred.

    Considering Obama’s choice for a replacement, I’m thinking it might be better to wait for a new president before appointing another judge to the court as some of the republicans have suggested.

    • the only two candidates that I could imagine not putting a neoliberal corporatist shill in that seat would be Kasich and Sanders. Of course, we both know it will be Bush V. Clinton when it all shakes out, don’t we? So, what’s the point in waiting?

      Besides, they want the TPP right now. No waiting.

      An interesting point: Obama is meeting with leaders from across the Asian Pacific today here in the states. More countries to sign onto the TPP is the plan. If this Justice was removed in order to make way for a clear transition of power here in the states, it sends a strong signal to these other repressive nations, doesn’t it?

      • Jeb will run against Hillary? What will cast him in that position? Is it the FACT he was massively involved with drug smuggling with his old man, HW? It’s in a lot of books, read ’em and weep. Jeb vs. Hillary??? How does Jeb go from 2% of the primary vote to the nomination? Will all the other candidates be bumped off?

    • Excellent point-since when is it appropriate for a SCJ to attend a meeting like this?

  3. Judge Scalias death is Energy News

    5 days after Obama’s Energy Control Grab was Shot Down by the Supreme Court, 5 to 4, Justice Scalia Unexpectedly Dies

    Has no one else in the world put together this obvious connection? This is part of the NWO Globalist Energy Grab, i.e. the Paris-site climate conference, which even NOAA fudged all the temperature data last fall in order to make the data fit the meme.

    This ruling by the supreme court came 5 days ago.
    – See more at: http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/#sthash.vwoDGon1.dpuf

    • do you know how Scalia voted on that? Ah. He voted against Obama’s energy grab rollout. It would certainly be interesting to know who those business leaders were in that meeting. Were they from the energy sector? Good find. thanks.

      • “Were they from the energy sector?”
        Were they meeting in Texas?

      • Who is to say Scalia ‘agreed’ to go this meeting? Seems to me, he may have been forced, coerced, threatened. We’ll never know. If his regular security detail was missing in action, that’s all we really need to know, IMHO.

  4. Really good break down of Scalia’s “passing.” Tthank you, Scott.

    Considering the timing of the death, and the angle MSM started harping on the “who’s gonna appoint the new one?” angle while the body was still warm indicate to me that the meeting he might have had with the select group of people and what they may or may not have discussed might have had nothing to do with the death and I would find it more likey that he was brought there for the express purposes of vacating his seat and adding the selection of a new justice into the election soup..

    All of the accounts of the circumstances surrounding the death are nonsensical. But the public is, as usual, tuned out. He was 79 after all, right?

    I am wondering one thing. A very old man like Scalia, who holds arguably one of the highest posts in the nation… Are we to believe that he travels alone? His people would just deliver him to this remote location and leave him there? Yes, maybe possible, but a little hard to believe.

    • Given his lack of security, it’s quite possible he received a friendly “suggestion” he go down there unaccompanied. His repose in death also suggests a man faced with a number of unpleasant options choosing what he believed the best way out. I say this because there is no way Scalia was clean; he was just as dirty in his own myriad ways, not the least suggestive being his ties to right-wing “catholic” organizations. One group got to another and neither is our friend.

      • The article I read said that one of his sons wasn supposed to have accompanied him but cancelled at the last minute for reasons unknown. I thought “wow, he would have been in the room with his dad. Wonder if that might have saved him”.

    • I still haven’t had time to read this on the Scalia death, but want to be sure you all know that the Supreme Court had issued a STAY on the enforcement of Obama’s energy plan. The stay was issued 4 days before his death. The energy plan was a necessary part to getting other nations to sign on to the agreement tentatively agreed upon at the last CO2 conference in Paris. It will be officially open for signature in April. This agreement is part of a way to steal more sovereignty from individual nations. The Obama “energy plan” that I mentioned was called something else, camouflaged as a method to rmove toxins, mercury from coal mining– but in reality has shut down many mines, terribly expensive for the remainder. Mjority 5-4 Sup Ct opinion said govt had to consider the costs of its mandates, stayed application of the plan until litigation complete.

      The whole CO2 Global Warming scam is to repose more authority in the oligarchy-controlled UN. 2010 CO2 conference put into writing that CO2 regulation was to produce a world govt. More than 800 bureaucracies were to be created at that conference. Monckton has a video on it, as he was an attendee.

      Since Scalia’s death, Sup Ct has refused to hear other cases re same energy plan. Here’s a link; I’ll try to write something more sensible later.
      http://www.sepp.org/twtwfiles/2016/TWTW2-13-16.pdf
      http://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/14pdf/14-46_10n2.pdf

  5. If you want to murder someone, Mexico is the place. Only 2% of the murders down there even result in an arrest.

    El Presidente, Ernesto Pena Nieto, murdered his wife and got clean away with it. Just to make sure that there was no blowback, a few weeks later he murdered all her bodyguards as well.

    South Texas ain’t quite Mexico, but it’ll do.

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  8. The family of Justice Scalia have a responsibility to the people of the United States to request an autopsy or even even a partial autopsy (toxicology, etc.). Only misguided naivety would allow otherwise. It’s a no brainer, it’s an obligation, this is too big. They have my heartfelt condolences.

  9. Keep hearing the strange report that his pajamas were not even wrinkled, does that mean they will were still neatly folded? Also there was a pillow over his face!

    The anti-epa ruling is a first, the court ruled a stay in the implementation of the horrendous rules before they or the lower dc district court heard the case. The energy providers pleaded implementation would ruin the coal industry before the courts heard the case. Now it will be under the new President when the case is decided and hopefully our new President will cancel all of these illegal executive orders. Mr. Trump appears to be our only hope of ending this madness, he too will probably be assassinated before they let him take office.

    http://thehill.com/policy/energy-environment/269349-greens-faced-with-nightmare-scenario-at-the-supreme-court

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    • I believe the statement was that his bedclothes were not wrinkled. Bedclothes are not pajamas. Bedclothes mean sheets and blankets. The fact that those were not wrinkled indicates that he was placed on the bed after he was dead.

      • I think he was certainly posed to make it look like he died peacefully in his sleep. that rarely really happens. When people die at night in bed, they usually wake up in time to struggle a bit. so yeah, it’s odd.

  11. Quite a resume http://www.jbpoindexter.com/professionals/poindexter.htm and Texas again!Lots of spook shit has/does go down in the Lone Star state.I’ve also heard a prominent American Crime Family resides there,…the name escapes me.

    • Oh, yeah…here in Texas we are all sick puppies who ride horses to work, and all have oil wells in our back yards.. Bwahahahaha…. Come on, what’s the problem with a 79 year old man passing in his sleep? Oooooh. Conspiracy..

  12. It probably went down like this:

  13. This case stinks to high heaven. My first reaction was remembering Scalia’s linkage to the Propaganda Due Masonic lodge of Italy (which seems to have been a parallel government in that country and, if I remember correctly, part of the Operation Gladio network).

    But then I researched this a little further. The qui bono in terms of narrow paradigms is the liberal/Democrat faction. The timing is just so suspicious considering Scalia was a Republican appointee who died in the final year of an eight-year Democratic President’s reign.

    The John Poindexter in question is, by middle initial and age, not the JP of the Pentagon’s “total information awareness” campaign which featured the now-defunct office with the ill-chosen “all seeing eye” as its emblem. But still: it’s an odd coincidence. How many John Poindexters can there be?

    Back to the Catholic angle…I may have mixed up the P2 Lodge and Opus Dei in my head (not that there isn’t a connection between the two). Perhaps most importantly, Pope Francis arrived in Mexico the day before Scalia’s death. I found Francis’ entire itinerary on a Denver local news website so, ostensibly, it was public knowledge. To close the loop, the Pope was expected in Ciudad Juarez (across the border from El Paso where Scalia’s body was taken) this very week.

    Let us not forget that JFK was not the only bigshot whacked in Texas. Remember that Osama’s dad (Salem bin Laden) died in a plane crash in San Antonio in 1988. Of course, Salem’s father (Osama’s grandfather) also died in a plane crash (in Saudi Arabia…1967?).

    Finally, a particularly pithy detail appears in the San Antonio Express News version of Scalia reporting http://m.mysanantonio.com/news/local/article/Texas-ranch-owner-recalls-Scalia-s-last-hours-6830372.php

    One line mentions that there was a pillow on top of Scalia’s head when his body was found. Furthermore, a line missing from Poindexter’s strange statement is included in the above link that Scalia went to bed with a full “tummy”. That, if anything, sounds like coded speech to me…indicating perhaps Scalia was poisoned during the course of the meal…perhaps in a food item rather than a beverage.

    It’s a damn shame.

    –Paul

  14. This is HIGHLY IRREGULAR-a SUPREME COURT Justice dies, is not examined by an MD, is pronounced dead by a non-medical politician, and is embalmed in 24 hours!
    I would request all citizens call their representatives and DEMAND an investigation

  15. I advocate the creation of a “blue ribbon” commission,to investigate this “tragedy”, stocked by individuals of the highest integrity,who will stop at nothing,to get to the truth.Like we did on that JFK matter and 9-11.

  16. Ok Ok…:) Most investigations are corrupt, but still it opens the door, usually results in SOME information being gleaned, and sometimes leads to more investigations, and occasionally results in convictions

    • Convictions of scapegoats and patsies(if they live long enough).

      • I admire your intentions sunaj57,but America is in free fall,there are no actually functioning governmental/legal/societal institutions to conduct your investigation,in an uncompromised manner.

  17. Funny how many obvious paid trolls are sent to all kind of websites to try to justify the “familys right” to no autopsy, to promote the idea that he had lots of health problems without ANY specifics being given, and even implying that doctor patient confidentiality applies in this case, even after death.

    It stinks to high heaven.

  18. Scalia’s death, by the numbers

    Scalia was reportedly found lying on his back, his hands folded together on his chest, with a pillow over his face. Since is is difficult to move after death, he was necessarily sleeping like this when he died.
    How likely is this, that Scalia was sleeping in this fashion? I did a little research, and this is what I found.
    One out of eight Americans say they sleep with a pillow over their heads. Although I would guess that few of them also sleep on their backs, lets assign a probability of 1/8 for arguments sake.
    One out of eight Americans also sleep on their backs, so the probability of this is also 1/8.
    Sleeping with hands folded on ones chest? This is apparently quite rare behavior- it’s not mentioned anywhere in the literature. 65% of back sleepers say they lie with their arms akimbo, and 35% say they hug a pillow. Nevertheless, if I intend to quantify the likelihood of Scalia’s death, I must assign a probability to this unlikely possibility, so for simplicity’s sake let’s call this probability 1/8 as well.

    The probability of the official story being true? Well, it’s

    1/8 x 1/8 x 1/8 = 0.002, or 2 chances in a thousand.

    The decoy hearse? Embalming the body at 3:30 on a Sunday morning?

    • I think Scalia was murdered. However, I often sleep on my back with my hands folded on my chest. Don’t know why. It’s just comfortable I guess.

  19. An autopsy is done, at the discretion of the justice of the peace in Texas. The Marshall went over there, examined the scene, interviewed the witnesses and found no evidence of foul play. He reported that to the justice of the peace, who then used his discretion not to order an autopsy, which was his right to do and to pronounce that the 79 year old Justice died of natural causes. The family could have had their own autopsy, but obviously chose not to do so.

    The only question I want answered is “who was his friend.” This was, after all, Valentine’s Day, when he should have been with his wife.

  20. We only “know” some of the details because someone is saying them, but scaliia was already dead so how 2 verify…for example, did he really dismiss his security detail, we dont know , “they” are saying he did, not him…plus who were these 35 so called guests…not a single one has surfaced…why did his son cancel at last minute, why hasnt so called lawyer friend spoken out, he is a material witness… where was cpap equip, oops illuminati failed to ferret that out ahead of time, so have 2 backtrack…there is so much more 2 say, too much, the death was obviously a murder of some sort

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