posted on Feb, 22 2016 @ 09:08 AM
Well, I am a little late tot he "party" here, but want to post a few thoughts, anyway. I didn't even (if you can believe it) hear about his death
till this morning. Didn't have the news on, and been busy doing other things online, and hadn't read any there, either. This was a bit of a
So, let me see if I have all this straight:
1. Scalia is found dead while on vacation, which means no security is required.
2. He was invited to the location by a friend of the owner, who remains un-named, and the owner is not a friend of Scalia's.
3. He's found in a bed, but the bedclothes are not rumpled, and his clothing is not wrinkled.
4. A pillow is found over his head.
5. The state this happens is one in which it's somehow legal to call in a cause of death over the phone, without ever examining the body, and that's
what happens here.
5. No autopsy was done, and it seems unlikely that there will be one. After all this time, of course, a lot of things would be impossible to
6. Shortly before his death, he once again irritated the president regarding a decision.
Conspiracy? Nah, nothing to see here. Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain. *smacks head*
Really? How can anyone look at all this and NOT be suspicious?? I don't care who you blame, or don't blame, but you can't see all of this and just
assume he died of natural causes. You simply can't. He just happened to die at a time and a place where he was vulnerable, and where no real
investigation would take place? What a coincidence!
I feel for his family, but their statements are not evidence of no wrongdoing. The decision to not have any autopsy is, in and of itself, suspicious
on their part. They could easily have been threatened in that regard. Their statements that no one should be suspicious also are proof of nothing,
save either grief, or threats, or perhaps both. Yes, he should be remembered for all he did, but his death should also be investigated, if for no
other reason than to avoid this sort of suspicion. He was a very high level public figure. Also, going to the doctor isn't a sign that he was so
sick his death should be mo surprise. He went to the doctor, then was clearly well enough to take a vacation. All the articles state is "chronic"
health issues; they don't mention anything specifically life-threatening. There are plenty of chronic health issues that don't kill a person.
Everything about how he was found seems suspicious to me. In a neat bed, in non-wrinkled clothing? Did he even die there? How would anyone know?
Nothing I have read gives any sign of any real investigation. Private resort ranch, tons of money around, and we are supposed to believe whatever we
are told? Sorry, no.
Somewhere, I hope there is a real-life Darby Shaw looking into this. Gut feeling says he was killed. By whom, I can't say. Just a feeling. If no
serious investigation takes place, we don't truly live in a free society. And, yeah, I know.