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originally posted by: zazzafrazz
He seemed fairly overweight, but I won't jump to conclusions yet.
originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
It sure does provoke the notion of foul play involved, as 99.5 percent of the population do not sleep with a pillow on top of their head.
And I hope that these rulings are stifled until a new president takes office just to see who begins squirming, and how much.
originally posted by: MotherMayEye
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: MotherMayEye
If I sit on the end of the bed, and lay back on the mattress is the pillow not above my head, or even over my head? I always thought so.
Yes, of course. It's clear that Poindexter was merely mentioning one of likely several pillows on the bed. This one was somehow important to mention. The photo of the bed I saw showed several pillows. But this one...it was important to mention.
Yeah. I get what he reworded it to mean.
originally posted by: xuenchen
originally posted by: dianajune
Agreed. Now all of a sudden, the Daily Mail came out with a report claiming that he was ill....had bp issues and heart trouble and was too ill for surgery.
All the Daily Mail is printing is the same parroting from Judge "Cinderella". The entire MSM is taking her word as absolute truth.
I still can't figure out how Judge "Cinderella" made any sane determinations over cell phone conversations.
I'm not finding any actual statements from any real doctors anywhere including any that may be Scalia's "doctor".
The whole thing is controlled.
originally posted by: texasgirl
Oh my gosh...Here's an article on a story about a girl who died that the officials stated was a suicide but the family of the girl doesn't believe that. Please bear with me because, after reading this story, my hands are shaking:
Sheriff Dominguez and Cinderela Guevara (the Justice of the Peace who declared Scalia dead) are involved here.
"My sister and I and other members of the family talked to the Justice of the Peace, Cinderela Guevara, when we asked if a rape kit had been ordered, she seemed surprised. She said she only ordered a toxicology report. We did not understand until later that she meant she had only ordered a toxicology report and not an autopsy. She later tried to say that it was Dr. Contin's suggestion because she thought the death was obvious."
"My sister asked her at one meeting "with all due respect, Judge, how do you know she wasn't already dead when she was hit by the train?" Ms. Guevera said nothing to that and just stared nervously at my sister."
This poor girl was hit by a train and was officially listed as a suicide, even though there were many questions. The conductor of the train said it looked like she may have been already dead.
What's going on here?
The story also goes on to state they talked with Guevara again and stated that Guevara asked God for help on whether it was a suicide or not. Unfortunately, the victim was cremated before they learned an autopsy was not performed.
Can someone embed that part? I don't know how to do that.
originally posted by: lovebeck
As a nurse, I know that some deaths are "automatically " a coroners case...
The local coroner is called and they decide if an autopsy/investigation is to be completed.
I'm concerned by the fact that it seems this was not done. Instead a team of Feds were helicoptered in to handle the situation.
The coroners rules in this Texas county, for lack of a better word, should be somewhere online. I'd look for them but it's very difficult to link/post things from a website using an iPhone.
For all we know, the whole pillow story might be a red herring.
The guy telling the story may not be all that credible as past posts have suggested.
There's all kinds of gaping holes everywhere with this entire thing.