Justice Antonin Scalia, R.I.P.

The cause of death was declared a heart attack, without an autopsy and, reportedly, even seeing the body.  The family reportedly asked not to perform autopsy.  In my opinion, a sudden death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice, which might be a murder, is an important public matter, and an autopsy must be performed without regard to the wishes of the family, with all due respect.

Presidio County Judge Cinderella Guevara pronounced Justice Scalia dead of natural causes without seeing the body and decided not to order an autopsy, according to Washington PostPresidio County is heavily Democratic; in 2012 elections, Obama received 71% of the county’s vote.  The death happened at the Cibolo Creek Ranch, less than an hour from the Mexican border, allowing murderers (if there was a murder) easy entrance and escape.

According to the actuarial tables, the life expectancy of a 79-year old man is 8.7 years, the probability of dying within one year is only 5.5%.  Everything calls for a serious investigation into the causes of death.

Originally posted at 11:03 am

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died 4 days after he had cast vote to suspend Obama’s plan to choke off the coal power industry in a tight Supreme Court decision.  This decision was a strong blow to the climate alarmism worldwide.  Climate alarmism possesses huge amounts of power and money, has a record of sophisticated illegal activity, and can obtain exotic poisons from all around the world.  Some of its adherents fantasize that they are saving the world,  justifying any, absolutely any their actions.

The possibility that Justice Scalia was murdered must be investigated extremely thoroughly, potential involvement of environmental and climatist extremists should be considered, ignoring shrieks “conspiracy theory” from the left, but also not considering Obama and his administration as primary suspects.

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