Dying Media Equates Questioning causes of Scalia’s Death to Being a Conspiracy Theorist
A United States Supreme Court Justice died in unclear circumstances over the weekend and no one in the dying mainstream media has been willing to question why Justice Antonin Scalia’s death was not personally verified by the head of the court of Presidio County Texas, Çinderala Guevara.
No one in the mainstream media is asking why Mrs. Guevara decided not to request an autopsy, as it is commonly done, especially when it comes to the death of a Supreme Court Justice.
No one in the mainstream media is asking why Scalia’s body was quickly prepared for burial, which effectively erased any and all proof of foul play. No one in the mainstream media is asking why were Scalia’s bodily fluids discarded without any previous scientific analysis.
The traditional media not only does not do its job, but it also labels those who demand answers regarding the circumstances that surrounded Scalia’s death as ‘conspiracy theorists’. But the dying media outlets are not alone. Even so-called traditional conservative figures such as cranky talk show host, Mark Levin, has labeled people who ask questions about Scalia’s death as ‘kooks’.
In defiance of logics, evidence and reason, the media’s talking point goes something like this: “The conspiracy theorists are in full swing.”
The dying media, however, does not explain that the circumstances that surrounded Scalia’s death are actually mysterious, to say the least. Çinderala Guevara, head of the court of Presidio County Texas, ruled that the death had been caused by natural causes without seeing the body. She came to this conclusion after talking to the Sheriff on the phone.
She considered it unnecessary to conduct an autopsy, saying that when Scalia was found dead on his bed, he was “in complete rest”. She repeated this line after the owner of the resort where Scalia was spending the weekend, John Poindexter, publicly stated that he had found Scalia on his bed, with a pillow over his face. Later, Mr. Poindexter changed his mind and said he had found Scalia “in complete rest”.
Poindexter is the owner of Cibolo Creek Ranch, Marfa, Texas where Scalia had been resting without any security detail. The Justice, who was about to turn 80 spent the last hours of his life enjoying a weekend of hunting, surrounded by about 35 people “who admired him,” Poindexter said.
Scalia was the judge of the Supreme Court of the United States who was the most revered by conservatives. He was a bastion in the defense of traditional law and a strong opponent of everything that liberals wanted to push that violated the US Constitution. He also interpreted the law in its purest form, a form that many call originalist.
“He looked very calm in his bed. Obviously, he had died without difficulty in the middle of the night,” Poindexter said. He added: “His hands rested on his chest.” It happened on Saturday.
“As a former head of homicide, I was left dumbfounded by the fact that an autopsy was not conducted,” said William Ritchie, on Facebook. Ritchie served as head of research at the Washington police.
According to mainstream media, Guevara did nothing more than respond to the request of the Scalia family, who insisted that they would not conduct a forensic examination. This situation is just ideal to propagate suspicion of cover-ups, especially if we take into account that Scalia’s family has not publicly confirmed that they refused the autopsy. Another question that comes to mind is, why did they refuse it? Could it be something related to religious beliefs?
Justice Scalia rejected the personal protection offered by the US Marshals Service. For this reason, there was no agent in the luxurious resort. “He died without medical attention,” argued Ritchie.
He added that they used “unprepared police agents who had no experience, who were the ones that told Guevara that there was nothing unusual at the scene. The same police agents were also the ones who could not tell the cause of death. ” Prior to signing the death, Guevara spoke to Scalia’s doctor.
Dr. Brian Monahan would have reported that the judge had a history of heart disease and high blood pressure and even that last week he saw him too weak to submit to surgery on a shoulder injury.
According to Poindexter, Scalia declined to participate in the hunt scheduled for Friday afternoon. At night, he went down to dinner. “I was encouraged,” said the owner. But at nine Scalia apparently said it “has been a long day” and walked to his room.
Along with Ritchie, many other detectives and former law enforcement officials have expressed their disbelief about Scalia not being given the proper treatment after his passing. Meanwhile, Guevara has said that she did not want to see Scalia’s body and that she did not want anything to do with what happens after his death.
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