Supreme Court Justice Anthony Scalia Dead At 79: Natural Causes or Foul Play?
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POLL: 79% SUSPECT “FOUL PLAY” IN DEATH OF ANTONIN SCALIA
Nearly eight out of ten think there might be a cover-up
Paul Joseph Watson – FEBRUARY 15, 2016 695 Comments
A poll conducted by the Conservative Outfitters website finds that 79% of its readers suspect “foul play” was involved in the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Over 40,000 people voted in the poll, with nearly eight out of ten thinking there may be a cover-up.
Questions continue to swirl over the confusing circumstances surrounding Scalia’s death after his body was quickly embalmed following the decision not to conduct an autopsy.
Although the leftist media has attempted to portray any examination of the narrative about Scalia’s death as crass and insensitive, the same standards seemingly don’t apply when it comes to leftists themselves celebrating the death of the Supreme Court Justice.
Some of the unanswered questions surrounding Scalia’s death are explored in the video below. They include;
Why did law enforcement personnel tell Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara that there was no evidence of foul play when Scalia was found alone in his room with a pillow over his head?
Was the immediate clampdown on any suggestion of foul play an attempt to prevent an autopsy from taking place?
Why did Guevara initially tell the media Scalia had died of a heart attack before hastily changing her mind and saying he died of natural causes?
Why did Guevara pronounce that Scalia had died of natural causes without having actually seen the body?
Why is no autopsy taking place despite Guevara’s confusion as to how Scalia died – a decision disputed by other officials?
Why was it necessary for no less than 20 police officers to escort Scalia’s dead body to the Sunset Funeral Home in El Paso?
Why was Scalia’s body quickly embalmed, a process that would destroy toxicology evidence?
Review of Scalia death is faulted
Skepticism over Texas protocol
WASHINGTON – Two days after Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died suddenly in remote West Texas, a former District of Columbia homicide commander is raising questions about how the death was handled by local and federal authorities.
“As a former homicide commander, I am stunned that no autopsy was ordered for Justice Scalia,” William Ritchie, former head of criminal investigations for the District of Columbia police, wrote in a Facebook post Sunday.
Scalia was found dead in his room at a luxury hunting resort in the state’s Big Bend region by the resort’s owner. It took hours for authorities to find a justice of the peace, who pronounced him dead of natural causes without seeing the body – which is permissible under Texas law – and without ordering an autopsy.
On Sunday, the U.S. Marshals Service, which provides security for Supreme Court justices, said Scalia had declined a security detail while at the ranch, so marshals were not present when he died. When the marshals were notified, deputy marshals from the Western District of Texas went to the scene, the service said in a statement.
Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara said she declared Scalia dead based on information from law enforcement officials on the scene, who assured her “there were no signs of foul play.” Guevara told The Associated Press on Monday she spoke with Scalia’s doctor on the day he was found dead. She said the doctor told her that Scalia had a history of heart trouble, high blood pressure and was considered too weak to undergo surgery for a recent shoulder injury.
The manager of the El Paso funeral home that handled Scalia’s body said Scalia’s family insisted against an autopsy. But the decision has spawned a host of conspiracy theories online, as well as skeptical questions from law enforcement experts such as Ritchie.
“You have a Supreme Court Justice who died, not in attendance of a physician,” he wrote. “You have a non-homicide trained US Marshal tell the justice of peace that no foul play was observed. You have a justice of the peace pronounce death while not being on the scene and without any medical training opining that the justice died of a heart attack. What medical proof exists of a myocardial Infarction? Why not a cerebral hemorrhage?”
Ritchie also raised questions about the marshals’ actions:
“How can the Marshal say, without a thorough post mortem, that he was not injected with an illegal substance that would simulate a heart attack.”
Guevara told the AP that she consulted with Scalia’s personal physician and local and federal investigators, who said there were no signs of foul play, before concluding that he had died of natural causes. She said she spoke with a “Dr. Monahan” at some point after 8 p.m. on Saturday to discuss Scalia’s health history.
Rear Adm. Brian P. Monahan is the attending physician for members of Congress and the Supreme Court. A Supreme Court spokeswoman could not immediately confirm that Monahan had examined Scalia, and Monahan did not return a phone message left for him at his Capitol office Monday.