Monday, February 15, 2016

Peculiar Circumstances Around Justice Scalia's Death

Several stories are emerging about suspicious circumstances surrounding Justice Scalia's death.

In a court of law with my hand on a Bible, I'd have to admit murder was the very first thing that entered my mind when I learned of his death, way before anything suspicious was published.

Scalia's death is shocking, and threatening to the Republic and the circumstances around his death are strange. Who sleeps with their hands folded and a pillow over their face -- in pajamas that wrinkle -- and how could a coroner do the forensics necessary to determine cause of death over the phone!

But there are a few things that lead me to suspect there was no foul play.

  • The coroner's statements sound to be like Antonin had some serious health issues and the coroner was going to confer with his personal physician for cause of death on the certificate.

  • Scalia did not raise fools or cowards. If there's a chance there was foul play, we'll be hearing about it from his family.

  • The below sounds to me as if the family knows the cause of death:

"A manager at the El Paso funeral home where Scalia’s body was taken said that his family made it clear they did not want one."(an autopsy)

  • I think a killer would have put the pillow back under his head.

  • And lastly, I don't know of any Democrats who have the testosterone to step foot on a dude ranch.

However, I have absolutely no explanation why police would walk in and find a Supreme Court Justice with a pillow over his head and say 'nothing suspicious going on here!'

But my gut instincts are, the family knew his time here was limited.

I've been reading many of his quotes. His brilliance and sense of humor were lethal to libtard philosophies!

More reading here.

Some of these are priceless.

This sent the politically-correct world apoplectic:

He also stuck to his views equating laws banning sodomy to laws against bestiality and murder. "It's a form of argument that I thought you would have known, which is called the 'reduction to the absurd,'" Scalia said in December while at Princeton University. "If we cannot have moral feelings against homosexuality, can we have it against murder? Can we have it against other things?"


I love this one:

Scalia isn't impressed with America's grammar and isn't afraid to show it. The justice bemoaned "the illiterates who communicate with the public" after a flight attendant said "it's required that your luggage is under the seat in front of you" rather than "be under the seat."

and this:

When a law student at University of Wyoming asked Scalia what classes she should take, he said she should skip the "frill classes" like women in justice. "Take the bread and butter courses. Do not take 'law and women,' do not take 'law and poverty,' do not take 'law and anything,'" he said, adding that many professors like to "teach their hobbies."

This is a loss that brings me to my knees.

Intercede for us brother!


Anonymous said...

No foul play or coverup?

The owner of the Cibolo Creek Ranch, John Poindexter, is a lifetime Texas Democratic Party member and donor. He supposedly knocked on Scalia’s door about 8:30 AM and, getting no answer, decided to let the him "sleep in". Returning from a supposed outing three hours later, Poindexter did not find Scalia up yet and finally decided to check his room, where he found the deceased Justice with a pillow over his face, his hands folded, and wearing unwrinkled pajamas.

Another local judge (or justice of the peace) was called to come to the scene but could not get there until after the body was taken to the funeral home (with a 20-man police escort) for immediate embalming. She says that she would have ordered an autopsy had she been there in time.

TTC said...

Agreed, on its face it looks suspicious. I am taking my cues from the family who made clear they did not want an autopsy and coroner's statement of health issues that will be enumerated on the death certificate by Scalia's personal physician.

Anonymous said...

The owner of the ranch that Justice Antonin Scalia was visiting clarified to CNN what he meant when he told the San Antonio Express the judge was found with a “pillow over his head."

"I think enough disclosures were made and what I said precisely was accurate. He had a pillow over his head, not over his face as some have been saying,” John Poindexter, owner of the Cibolo Creek Ranch, told CNN over the phone. "The pillow was against the headboard and over his head when he was discovered. He looked like someone who had had a restful night's sleep. There was no evidence of anything else.”

Anonymous said...

We have family in the undertaker biz. They are involved in the pickup of bodies and delivery to the funeral home. The person is retrieved, taken away, and placed in a chilled room. Embalming is not instantaneous. Family and next of kin are generally contacted for instructions if they are not present. His family wasn't there, were they? So they had to be reached and had to authorize the steps.

This simply isn't how these things are handled in the funeral home industry for REGULAR people. Most undertakers actually do not even perform embalming, they have a "journeyman" embalmer who is contacted and shows up according to his/her schedule. The rapidity in which this was handled is suspect, IMHO.