The Facts about the Death of Justice Scalia are Quite Suspicious
Justice Scalia went on a hunting trip in Cibolo Creek Ranch in Texas. But he did not meet up with the hunting team. The ranch’s owner, John Poindexter, went to go check up on him. He knocked on the door of his room, but there was no response. “I had not seen him, and everyone else was up. I knocked loudly,” Poindexter said. Poindexter stated that the night before Scalia was “congenial” during dinner, and did not show any signs that he was on the verge of dying. “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.
Pointdexter eventually entered the room and found Scalia dead on his bed, with a pillow over his head. “We discovered the judge in bed, a pillow over his head. His bed clothes were unwrinkled,” said Poindexter. Presidio County Sheriff Danny Dominguez called up Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara and informed her of the death of Scalia. Guevara recounted the conversation with the Sheriff: “He says, ‘Judge, I’m at Cibolo Creek Ranch, and a Supreme Court Justice has just passed away, and I need someone here immediately. Both justices of the peace are out of town at this time.’” Strangely, when the judge did plan to drive to the ranch, the Sheriff told her, “It’s not necessary for you to come, judge. If you’re asking for an autopsy, that’s what we need to clarify.”
What makes the story of Scalia quite unusual is the fact that no autopsy was performed, and his body was quickly embalmed. His body was moved to Sunset Funeral Home at 3:30 AM, where Scalia’s corpse was embalmed. Chris Lujan, a manager for Sunset Funeral Homes, confirmed that no autopsy was performed on Scalia’s body. Judge Cinderela Guevara has already determined that he died of a heart attack without an autopsy ever being performed, and she will write on Scalia’s death certificate: “Natural causes — heart attack.”
Unconfirmed reports say that Scalia is to be cremated. Scalia was a devout Catholic who objected to the Second Vatican Council, which, amongst its many errors, lifted the prohibition on cremation; Scalia also would go out of his way to look for parishes that observed the traditional Latin Mass. So it makes no sense as to why a Catholic this devoted would want his body cremated. No Catholic would ever want his body cremated. The prohibition against cremation is one of the strongest within the Catholic Faith.
That the nature of his death was already determined without an autopsy, that his body was found with a pillow over his head, makes the judgement on this man’s death quite suspicious.
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