Crimes are solved by asking, “Who benefits, who had motive?” Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the judicial standard-bearer of the conservative movement and the court’s most provocative member, died Saturday. He was 79.
Scalia’s death means that Obama could have an unprecedented opportunity to shift the balance of the court during his final year in office – setting up a Senate battle in the heat of an election year. Obama said he planned “to fulfill my constitutional responsibility to nominate a successor in due time.”
Now The End Begins reported Veteran homicide investigators in New York and Washington, DC, on Monday questioned the way local and federal authorities in Texas handled the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
“It’s not unreasonable to ask for an autopsy in this case, particularly knowing who he is,” retired Brooklyn homicide Detective Patricia Tufo told The Post.
“He’s not at home. There are no witnesses to his death, and there was no reported explanation for why a pillow is over his head,” Tufo said. “So I think under the circumstances it’s not unreasonable to request an autopsy.
Bill Ritchie, a retired deputy chief and former head of criminal investigations for the DC police, said he was dumbstruck when he learned that no autopsy would be performed.
“I took a look at the report and I almost fell out of my chair,” Ritchie said from his home in Maryland.
“I used to be an instructor in the homicide school. Every death investigation you are handling, you consider it a homicide until the investigation proves otherwise,” Ritchie said.
“How do you know that person wasn’t smothered? How do you know it’s not a homicide until you conduct an investigation? You have to do your job. Once you go through that process, you can conclude that this is a naturally occurring death.”
So how do you say that someone died of “natural causes” when you did not look at the body? How do you say it was a “heart attack” when you didn’t look at his heart? How do you say that he was not smothered to death when his dead body is found with a pillow over his face? This reminds me of the “murder” of Osama Bin Laden that has no photos to prove it happened, and the body was quickly buried at sea so there could be no investigation.
Houston businessman John Poindexter, who owns the 30,000-acre luxury ranch where Scalia died, is a known Democrat operative and big money donor to the Obama administration.
Now the blog DC Whispers has stoked those flames with a post that includes a couple of photographs of Obama and Poindexter, who owns the Cibolo Creek Ranch where Scalia was staying at the time of his death, in a friendly handshake.
The blog says Poindexter, a Texas millionaire businessman, also received an award from Obama for his Vietnam military service. “It has been long-standing policy for the Obama administration to grant presidential awards to those who are among the president’s most prized political donors,” DC Whispers wrote. “It was Poindexter who reportedly was among those who initially discovered the justice’s body, and who then coordinated with local officials to have Justice Scalia declared dead via a phone conversation with the area medical examiner, but without an actual medical examination of the body.”
So who stands to gain with Judge Scalia dead?
Just about the entire Democrat Party stands to gain by replacing the conservative Scalia with a raging, flaming Liberal judge. This ensures the continued funding of Planned Parenthood, the continued ground game of the LGBT Movement, and future success of the Liberal Agenda for the next 20 or 30 years.
When president Lyndon Bains Johnson decided they needed to get rid of John F. Kennedy in 1963, they used an elaborate ruse of misdirection, trained snipers, and blamed it on the hapless Lee Harvey Oswald. To seal the deal, they spent millions on the laughable Warren Report to prove their ridiculous premise. But in 2016, all it took for Obama to get rid of Judge Antonin Scalia were chemicals that mimicked a heart attack and a pillow over his face.
And like LBJ before him, they are going to get away with it, too.
he court during his final year in office — setting up a Senate battle in the heat of an election year. Obama said he planned “to fulfill my constitutional responsibility to nominate a successor in due time.”