posted on Feb, 17 2016 @ 08:06 AM
a reply to: Leonidas
True. Very often 79 year old people die of natural causes.
However, even if a "regular Joe" passes away in the night and is found the next day in a bed and jammies that are noticeably not disturbed and with a
pillow over his face.... an investigation is performed (even if it is just to dot all the I's and cross all the T's).
When someone who has a bit of power and/or money dies in such a manner, there is always an investigation to rule out foul play. General questions
need to be answered. Is there anything strange about his estate? Was any money recently transferred or about to be transferred? Were there recent
changes to any types of insurance or deeds to property?
When a Supreme Court Justice is the corpse in question, I would absolutely expect a cursory review (at a minimum) be performed.
I am not saying that I think he was whacked... but I am saying that it is definitely odd that his death was basically swept away. I am saying that it
is odd that his death was determined to be caused by a heart attack prior to a physician even glancing at the body.
1) This is only a suspicion of mine, but I believe that many Liberals/Democrats that are so quick to ignore the breaches in protocol would act
entirely different if it were a liberal-minded Justice that had passed in similar circumstances. The danger for them is this precedence will go
against them (possibly) in the future when some of the roles are reversed.
2) Perhaps overly conspiratorial, but I find it odd that if a headline reads, "Putin ordered assassination of ________" people immediately believe
it.... yet don't even question the possibility of foul play when a U.S. Supreme Court Justice passes away and his passing is handled so