Cibolo Creek Ranch Owner: We Found Scalia with “A Pillow Over His Head”
From the moment that the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was announced, there was speculation that it was a hit put out by the Obama administration. Even I questioned the official narrative coming out about Scalia’s death. However, now Cibolo Creek Ranch owner John Poindester’s account of how Scalia was found is beginning to add fuel to that fire as he told the press that Scalia was discovered with “a pillow over his head.”
Pindexter was recounting Scalia’s final hours as he arrived at the 30,000 acre ranch.
“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 ,” he said.
That was on Friday evening. On Saturday morning, around 8:30 am, Poindexter went to awaken Scalia, but he did not answer the door and the door was locked. Poindexter, assuming Scalia wanted to sleep in, went on an outing and returned approximately three hours later with a friend who had accompanied Scalia from Washington.
“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.”
My San Antonio reported, “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.”
“Ultimately they became available and handled it t superbly. They flew in by helicopter. They told me to secure the ranch, which I did until this morning,” Poindexter said.
Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara told WFAA on Sunday that Scalia had likely died from a heart attack, but she did so without looking at the body. Scalia also had a personal physician with him, whom Judge Guevara said she would confer with later.
Texas law demands that a body be embalmed before it leaves the state. Scalia was embalmed on Sunday afternoon.
Now, it’s a shame we have to even ask questions of foul play in this instance, but considering the criminal administration in the Oval Office, this seems to be necessary.
According to Judge Guevara, she sought details before deciding on whether or not to order an autopsy.
“As part of my investigation one of the things I did ask the sheriff and the U.S. Marshal: ‘Were there any signs of foul play? And they said, ‘Absolutely not.’ At that time, I still wanted to be careful and asked them if [Scalia’s] physician would call me.”
Scalia’s physician told the judge that he had just had an MRI taken on Wednesday and Thursday and that she believed that indicated what Scalia was facing physically. He had also been to the doctor recently over a shoulder injury and suffered from several chronic ailments.
“After I did my job, yes… I kept playing it over and over in my mind and thought, ‘Oh my God. History is being made in Presidio County,” Guevara told WFAA. “It’s something I’ll never forget.”
Apparently, it won’t easily be forgotten on the internet either, as many of us just think the timing of Justice Scalia’s death is questionable, even as Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah is pushing the senate to confirm the person he will seek to appoint to the Supreme Court.