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Confusing, Conflicting Reports Surround Antonin Scalia’s Death; Found With a Pillow OVER His Head

By Eva Ruth Moravec, Sari Horwitz and Jerry Markon. In the cloistered chambers of the Supreme Court, Justice Antonin Scalia’s days were highly regulated and predictable. He met with clerks, wrote opinions and appeared for arguments in the august courtroom on a schedule set months in advance.

Yet as details of Scalia’s sudden death trickled in Sunday, it appeared that the hours afterward were anything but orderly. The man known for his elegant legal opinions and profound intellect was found dead in his room at a hunting resort by the resort’s owner, who grew worried when Scalia didn’t appear at breakfast Saturday morning.

It then took hours for authorities in remote West Texas to find a justice of the peace, officials said Sunday. When they did, Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara pronounced Scalia dead of natural causes without seeing the body — which is permissible under Texas law — and without ordering an autopsy. . .


One of two other officials who were called but couldn’t get to Scalia’s body in time said that she would have made a different decision on the autopsy. (Read more from “Confusing, Conflicting Reports Surround Antonin Scalia’s Death” HERE)

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Scalia Found Dead With ‘Pillow Over His Head’

By WND. Since Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead in his resort hotel room at Cibolo Creek Creek Ranch on Saturday, questions have been flying about the immediate declaration of “natural causes” as the means of death.

According to the ranch owner, Scalia was described as “animated and engaged” during dinner Friday night. He was one of three dozen invitees to an event unrelated to law or politics . . .

Houston businessman John Poindexter, who owns the 30,000-acre luxury ranch, told the San Antonio Express-News: “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.’”

Poindexter knocked on Scalia’s door about 8:30 the next morning. The door was locked and the judge did not answer. Three hours later, Poindexter returned from an outing and determined Scalia was still missing.

“We discovered the judge in bed, a pillow over his head. His bed clothes were unwrinkled,” said Poindexter. (Read more from “Scalia Found Dead With ‘Pillow Over His Head'” HERE)

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  • Kent2012

    highly probable that Judge Scalia was visited by a special team from the clintoney crime family “suicide team”..of course it helps to have a JP on the payroll…

    • Charles

      I sure hope the Texas law had sense enough to not handle the pillow and check it very carefully for DNA

      • Steven Sheasby

        I would assume if it was an assassination, then it was something slipped in his drink at dinner. I’m not saying it was an assassination. No one knows at this point, so there needs to be an autopsy when once of the most powerful people in the world dies unexpectedly

  • 4freedom

    We the people demand an autopsy.

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  • Kingdom Ambassador

    Scalia was conservative ONLY when compared to his fellow liberals who stood to his left.

    Scalia wasn’t even anti-infanticide (abortion), except personally. As an
    officer of the Constitution (rather than Yahweh and His law), he
    consistently took the position that it should be left for the States to
    decide.

    For what constitutes genuine conservatism, Google online
    blog article “Right, Left, and Center: Who Gets to Decide?”

    • wandamurline

      The states should decide as the Constitution states that what is not covered by the Constitution goes back to the states…Scalia was correct…same sex marriage should have gone back to the states.

      • Dr. Bob

        You are so right about this. If Scalia was NOT a conservative then Obama is a patriot along with Hillary Rotten Clinton.

  • Susan

    Probably the same person who took care of Obama’s grandmother…..

    • mikecnj

      Good memory

  • mikecnj

    No autopsy = foul play

  • Linda

    “We will reward our friends & punish our enemies ” . Anyone remember who said that ?

    • 4freedom

      Would that be Valerie?

      • Linda

        obozo said it, but she probably put the words in his mouth.
        I think it was a hit job.

  • William White

    Obama, Clinton’s and all their socialist anti Constitutional allies must be high fiving and personally celebrating. A road block to Fundamentally Changing America is now gone so Obama can now choose another liberal activist Judge to complete his conversion of America to a Communist/Socialist government. If Congress doesn’t stand up to this tyrannical President, America’s Liberties and Freedoms will be gone. This is what Obama wanted to complete his legacy of gun confiscation (2d Amendment), gut the military, swamp America with illegal immigrants transforming American culture, replacing America’s Judeo/Christian heritage with Islam’s Sharia laws (1st Amendment), government control of education and the news media, control of U.S. businesses and corporations, ending property rights, expanding IRS authority to respond to his dictates, global warming is institutionalized into law so that energy producers, auto industries, and other forms of production or services will be regulated IAW the dictates of the government and taxed, fined or penalized by government organizations such as the EPA. Justice Department will answer to the President rather than Constitutional Law as it does now. Welcome to the brave new world.

  • leewacker

    AH, the plot thickens! The Judge, whether folks want to admit it or not, was MURDERED, and since the Democrats immediately politicized his death, it doesn’t take much imagination to guess WHO would benefit the most from his death! I DO wish the family would allow an autopsy, however, and let the world know EXACTLY how the man died! A pillow over the face does bring up some very deep, bad questions, and with the “administration” we have now, NOTHING is impossible!

  • Mix Born

    he was at a “hunting” lodge – its possible he shot some innocent birds -Karma’s a bitch.

  • 100marymich

    Rumors and innuendo’s are going to fly about the death of Justice Scalia like an invasion of fish-flies.
    Well, here’s a question for everyone … don’t you think that if Justice
    Scalia’s family had any suspicions of foul play that they would pay out
    of pocket for an autopsy to be done before they buried their beloved
    family member?

  • Sailblazer

    Totally irresponsible to publish this “pillow over the head nonsense!” This has been clarified repeatedly, and repeating it here is bad journalism. There were two pillows on the bed. One was under Scalia’s head. The other was ABOVE his head, between the headboard and the top of Scalia’s head.