Ex-Intel Officer Drops Bombshell About Scalia Death Foul Play
A former U.S. intelligence officer claims, in a piece written for U.S. Defense Watch, that he suspected Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s death was the result of foul play.
Ray Starmann, who was an Army intelligence for eight years before becoming a journalist, claimed that the ever-changing story of Scalia’s death and the suspicious circumstances he was found in — with a pillow over his head — were red flags for him.
“According to the official story, Judge Antonin Scalia was found dead in his bed this weekend while a guest at the Cibolo Creek Ranch in West Texas,” Starmann wrote.
“A first-time guest to the Cibolo Creek Ranch, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was animated and engaged during dinner Friday night, as one of three dozen invitees to an event that had nothing to do with law or politics, according to the ranch owner.
#JusticeScalia was found in his room – the "Presidente" suite – at @CiboloRanch about 11a Saturday. Curtains pulled. pic.twitter.com/88XM3DgRCZ
— Jason Whitely (@JasonWhitely) February 14, 2016
“Just hours later, he would be found dead of ‘apparent natural causes,’ which media outlets were reporting Sunday was a heart attack.”
In addition to the changing of the heart attack story, Starmann also pointed to the fact that Scalia’s body was quickly embalmed without autopsy, “erasing any chances for the coroner to conduct efficient toxicology tests” to rule out foul play.