The donkey kills the elephant? Conspiracy theory over Scalia’s death

According to FOX NEWS, people are troubled by the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia who was found dead Saturday at a Texas Ranch.

Courtesy: Liberty News

Courtesy: Liberty News

Scalia was 79-years-old and was said to have died from natural causes. During this battle between the Democrats and the Republicans running for president, some can not help but wonder if Scalia’s death was a conspiracy.

An unreliable quote was made that the ranch owner found a pillow over the judge’s head creating this stir of questions. Scalia’s family had also requested that there be no autopsy done considering his health issues being common.

“As a former homicide commander, I am stunned that no autopsy was ordered for Justice Scalia,” William O. Ritchie, former head of criminal investigations for the D.C police said.

Michael Baden, a forensic pathologist, told FOX NEWS that if the death happened by natural causes there is no reason to conduct an autopsy. It is also up to the family ultimately if they would like this procedure to be done.

There has also been questions regarding how the death was announced. County Judge Cinderela Guevara announced Scalia’s death over the phone before seeing the body. However, she did consult with Scalia’s physician and local investigators before making this call. It was recorded that there had been no foul play.

Many experts feel that the autopsy should have been done for the sake of the public’s sanity. This may have reduced the thoughts of a conspiracy around the world.

Television and radio hosts are now talking about Scalia’s death conspiracy, but it looks like this story will need to pass. At this point in time, there still is not going to be an autopsy done on the body.

Scalia was appointed by Ronald Reagan as an Associate Judge and supported the Republican Party. He served as a judge from 1986-2016 and originated from Virgina.




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