Detectives Just Revealed Stunning Fact In Scalia’s Death Raising Red Flag- ‘I Almost Fell Out Of My Chair’

Tuesday, February 16, 2016 7:53

Homicide investigators are criticizing the procedures followed by Texas authorities after Saturday’s death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Scalia, 79, was founded dead Saturday while staying at the exclusive resort ranch owned by John Poindexter.
“We discovered the judge in bed, a pillow over his head. His bedclothes were unwrinkled,” Poindexter told the San Antonio Express-News Sunday. “It looked like he had not quite awakened from a nap.”
Scalia was declared dead of “natural causes” by Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara, who never saw the body. No autopsy was ordered.
“I took a look at the report and I almost fell out of my chair,” said Bill Ritchie, a retired deputy chief and former head of criminal investigations for the Washington, D.C. police.
“It’s not unreasonable to ask for an autopsy in this case, particularly knowing who he is,” said retired Brooklyn homicide Detective Patricia Tufo.
“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.”
“How in the world can that Texas judge, not even seeing the body, say that this is a heart attack?” Ritchie said, noting Guevara’s initial comments that the death was a heart attack. She later changed that opinion to “natural causes.”
“A US marshal can’t tell you. You need a medical professional. If this was Joe Blow, you say OK, 79 years of age, health problems, maybe natural causes. But this is a sitting justice of the Supreme Court!” Ritchie added.
“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,” Ritchie said.
“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,” he said.
William Gheen, president of the Americans for Legal Immigration political action committee, said “an extensive autopsy and toxicology examination should be both immediate and mandatory.”
“We do not contend there is a conspiracy, we contend that there should be no doubts, and the way authorities and the media are rushing conclusions will leave major doubts and legitimate concerns about a death that could lead to a radical political transformation of America to the left,” Gheen said.