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No Autopsy On Racist Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Who Was Suspiciously Found Dead With Pillow Over His Face After Declining Security On Vacation In Texas
Rumors Rife Scalia Was Killed...But Who Had The Most To Gain From His Death
February 15. 2016
The news coming out of Texas regarding the death of U.S. Supreme Court justice, Antonin Scalia, isn't pretty. Scalia passed away this past weekend on the Cibolo Creek Ranch in Shafter, Texas (Racist Supreme Court Judge Antonin Scalia Dead). He was on vacation at the ranch and declined security. The owner of the Cibolo Creek Ranch stated to the press on Scalia's death, "We discovered the judge in bed, a pillow over his head. His bed clothes were unwrinkled. He was lying very restfully. It looked like he had not quite awakened from a nap."
Who sleeps with a pillow over their head. The man was a rude racist, but he wasn't a complete imbecile. Why was a pillow over his face. People found dead with a pillow over their head are usually victims of suffocation at a criminal's hands. Suffocation and an ensuing struggle to breathe can also induce a heart attack. What's also suspect is the government stating Scalia died of natural causes and no autopsy will be performed. This is highly unethical under the circumstances. A thorough autopsy should be performed and an investigation conducted into his death in the interest of justice.
Scalia and the Supreme Court ruled against U.S. President Barack Obama last week, regarding his proposed EPA regulations. It came as a shock to many in Washington and viewed as the Supreme Court rebuffing the president. The Court has come under fire these past few months over conduct the public slammed (Racist Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia States In Ruling That Blacks Are Slower Than Whites Causing Uproar On Social Networking and The Associated Press Accuses U.S. Supreme Court Judges Of Taking Stocks As Bribes And They're Right). Scalia and the Supreme Court were also set to decide a number of cases, including items concerning President Obama's political plans and policies.
Scalia's convenient passing means Obama gets to nominate another Supreme Court justice, who would rule in his autocratic favor. However, there are reports of a resolution passed by Democrats in 1960 that forbids the appointment of a Supreme Court justice during an election year under these types of circumstances, "S.RES. 334, 'Expressing the sense of the Senate that the president should not make recess appointments to the Supreme Court, except to prevent or end a breakdown in the administration of the Court’s business.'"
If Scalia was indeed killed, he deserves something he denied many people in life in his role on the Supreme Court, which is justice. Murder is wrong.
Cibolo Creek Ranch owner recalls Scalia’s last hours in Texas
Updated 10:11 pm, Sunday, February 14, 2016 - Owner of Cibolo Creek Ranch John Poindexter speaks to reporters the day following the death Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia at the West Texas Resort ranch February 14, 2016 in Shafter, Texas. A first-time guest to the Cibolo Creek Creek Ranch, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was animated and engaged during dinner Friday night, as one of three dozen invitees to an event that had nothing to do with law or politics, according to the ranch owner.
Just hours later, he would be found dead of apparent natural causes, which media outlets were reporting Sunday was a heart attack. "He was seated near me and I had a chance to observe him. He was very entertaining. But about 9 p.m. he said, 'it's been a long day and a long week, I want to get some sleep," recalled Houston businessman John Poindexter, who owns the 30,000-acre luxury ranch.
When Poindexter tried to awaken Scalia about 8:30 the next morning, the judge's door was locked and he did not answer. Three hours later, Poindexter returned after an outing, with a friend of Scalia who had come from Washington with him. "We discovered the judge in bed, a pillow over his head. His bed clothes were unwrinkled," said Poindexter. "He was lying very restfully. It looked like he had not quite awakened from a nap," he said.
Scalia,79, did not have a pulse and his body was cold, and after consulting with a doctor at a hospital in Alpine, Poindexter concluded resuscitation would have been futile, He then contacted federal authorities, at first encountering a series of answering services because he was calling on a weekend...
Justice Antonin Scalia said to have died of 'natural causes'
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died of natural causes and no autopsy was necessary, a judge has told The Associated Press. Chris Lujan, a manager for Sunset Funeral Homes in Texas, said the 79-year-old jurist's body was taken from the El Paso facility late Sunday afternoon and was to be flown to Virginia, although he had no details. Scalia's family didn't think a private autopsy was necessary and requested that his remains be returned to Washington as soon as possible, Lujan said.
Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara told The Associated Press on Sunday she consulted with Scalia's personal physician and sheriff's investigators, who said there were no signs of foul play, before concluding that he had died of natural causes. He was found dead in his room at a West Texas resort ranch Saturday morning. Guevara says the declaration was made around 1:52 p.m. Saturday.
Terry Sharpe, assistant director for operations at El Paso International Airport, said a private plane carrying Scalia's body departed around 8 p.m. EST Sunday. Scalia's body was accompanied to the airport by U.S. marshals, he said. The body was returned to Virginia late Sunday. Scalia's weekend death was as much of a shock to those at the ranch as it was to the rest of the nation...
Dems in Senate passed a resolution in1960 against election year Supreme Court appointments
February 14, 2016 - Read it and weep, Democrats. The shoe is on the other foot. David Bernstein at the Washington Post’s Volokh Conspiracy blog: Thanks to a VC commenter, I discovered that in August 1960, the Democrat-controlled Senate passed a resolution, S.RES. 334, “Expressing the sense of the Senate that the president should not make recess appointments to the Supreme Court, except to prevent or end a breakdown in the administration of the Court’s business.” Each of President Eisenhower’s SCOTUS appointments had initially been a recess appointment who was later confirmed by the Senate, and the Democrats were apparently concerned that Ike would try to fill any last-minute vacancy that might arise with a recess appointment. The GOP opposed this, of course. Hypocrisy goes two ways. But the majority won. As it should this time.
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