More Disturbing Details about Scalia’s Death
The explosive story about potential foul play in the sudden death of Justice Antonin Scalia is being scrubbed from the legacy media. Even though Drudge is continuing to cover it, it is not receiving the emphasis it needs.
There are several details about Scalia’s death which would at the very least need to be cleaned up before the man is buried and unanswered questions about his death swirl for years or decades.
Here are some of the disturbing details surrounding the death of Justice Scalia:
- No autopsy has been ordered, and the cause of death as a heart attack was determined over the phone.
- The media has been claiming the family does not want an autopsy, although the law demanding an autopsy during an unattended death and public interest should override these requests.
- Scalia was found with a pillow over his head.
- Scalia died alone in his hotel room on a bed that appeared he had not been sleeping in it.
- Robert Almonte, U.S. Marshall for the Western District of Texas, where the death occurred, was appointed by President Obama in 2010; U.S. Marshalls from that district were the first to confirm Scalia’s death.
- John Poindexter, the owner of the Cibolo Creek Ranch where Scalia died is a wealthy Democrat donor who received an award from Obama for his military service; top donors are often rewarded with presidential citations.
Poindexter was reportedly among those who initially discovered the Justice’s body, and then coordinated with local officials to have Justice Scalia declared dead via a phone conversation with the area medical examiner – but without an actual medical examination of the body.
Mr. Poindexter was also said to be the primary point man between the ranch location and federal authorities who were notably slow to arrive on scene.
Scalia cost interests in the climate change racket $1 TRILLION on February 9, just days before his death with his ruling that effectively blocked coal power plant emissions, with the majority opinion written by Scalia himself.
- Immigration, abortion, gun rights, and other major issues are to be decided by the Supreme Court this year.
- Going against the Senate resolution passed under G.W. Bush, Obama is nominating a replacement for Scalia in an election year.
As recently discussed on TNMM, the use of force politics, or killing people for political reasons, seems to be a real possibility…one that simply cannot be swept under the rug.
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