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Truth Comes Out About Woman Who Pronounced Scalia Dead… Something’s Wrong Here

Truth Comes Out About Woman Who Pronounced Scalia Dead… Something’s Wrong Here

Conservative Tribune

Questions are being raised about the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia after the revelation that the medical examiner who pronounced him dead of natural causes never examined the body.

Scalia died Saturday at the Cibolo Creek Ranch, a luxury hunting facility 40 miles south of Marfa, Texas. However, according to the Washington Post, that’s when the details began to sketchy.

Given that the ranch is located in a remote part of west Texas — just an hour from the Mexican border — it was difficult to locate a justice of the peace to declare the Supreme Court justice dead. When they finally found one, Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara, she pronounced him dead without examining the body or ordering an autopsy. Guevara was out of town at the time of the pronouncement.

The arrangement is legal under Texas law, although perhaps unusual because of the significance of the individual. In addition, at least one medical examiner contacted by the Post claimed she would not have made the decision.

“If it had been me … I would want to know,” Juanita Bishop, a justice of the peace in nearby Presidio, told the newspaper.

However, Guevara stuck by her finding.

“He was having health issues,” Guevara said, according to the Post. She also rebutted claims that he died of a heart attack, saying that Scalia “died of natural causes.” Scalia’s family has decided against an autopsy.

According to sources the Post, Scalia spent his last day traveling to the ranch and then with a private party. He left early and was in bed by 10 p.m. Others at the ranch became worried when the justice did not come down for breakfast. They entered his room after knocking produced no answer.

“Everything was in perfect order. He was in his pajamas, peacefully, in bed,” said John Poindexter, owner of the Cibolo Creek Ranch, according to the Post.

Scalia’s body is to be flown back to Washington, D.C. As of Sunday, funeral plans for the justice, who was known for his outspoken opinions, remained unclear.

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