Was there foul play in Antonin Scalia’s death? We may never know for sure.

by 1389 on February 16, 2016

in 1389 (blog admin), crime, U.S. Supreme Court

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1 lwesson February 16, 2016 at 11:33 am

Being from Texas, a Native, as in born here, not near here, as in I am eligible to actually run for the US Presidency, I can attest that when people die in Texas, they always do so with a pillow over their head. Auto Accidents? Always a pillow over the head of the dead. EMS workers save time & trouble by just, Looking For THE Pillow!

For whatever reason it has been always this way. At the Battle of the Alamo, 1836, Santa Anna came into the compound to see ALL of the defenders with pillows over their heads, well, except for several, and immediately Santa Anna ordered those men to be shot, stabbed and then suffocated with pillows. Game Over you bad bad Anglo People!!! Talk to the Pillow.

Now what would Detective Colombo have to say about Justice Scalia? Pillow over head, sheets, bed clothing & unwrinkled, everything neat, the lamp shades even, the body quickly embalmed, not examined at all, well Colombo, well? Texas is after all, THE Natural Death State. Was not the death of JFK in Dallas, a Natural Death? Of course it was. Colombo: “Well, it looks like a natural death alright. What a nice view from this open ajar window. Say, could I get a cup of coffee? Wait, President Obama is doing what immediately? Humm?”

So there everybody, nothing to see here, move along, move along, or else it is Pillow Talk for you!!! yippie, yippie kay yay!

2 Gramfan February 16, 2016 at 5:47 pm

Is the embalming common also?

They did that to Princess Diana a short time after she died, having been in an ambulance for a ve-r-y long trip that should have taken a few minutes.

3 Uncle Vladdi February 17, 2016 at 12:34 pm
4 lwesson February 17, 2016 at 2:15 pm

Gramfan: For some reason, there was a directive to quickly move his body out of Texas. If this is done, the body must be embalmed according to what I read per Texas Law.

While I was not a lawyer, I did study Criminal Law, with the design to go into such. What has happened is simply over the top crazy, and more so considering the importance of this Judge. A 79 year old used car dealer would likely have been given much more of a go over, since so many are not liked, but a Supreme Court Judge in a game changing position, with a pillow on-top of his head? Really?

I watched in awe, in slow motion mode on the TV, El Presidente talk about the vacancy in The Court, and there were defined little smirks & smiles, like a Merry Widow weeping, talking about her suddenly deceased, dearly beloved millionaire husband.

We studied one crime scene, one murderer after another… At times, it could make you sick and some of my fellow students had to leave the room. What were the most interesting cases? Those that followed a pattern of normalcy. Nothing over the top. Seems like an accident, or Natural Cause so much so that to question, makes one look like a conspiracy lunatic. Precisely!!! And this is where Detective Colombo would shine.

Amazing as there is NOTHING and this speaks volumes about where we are as a Republic. Expect more murders. Humm? Roman Republic?

5 Gramfan February 17, 2016 at 5:22 pm

@Iwesson
Still having trouble understanding the embalming part but what I would really like to know is:

Who put the pillow on Justice Scalia’s face?
Is that the million dollar question considering his room was locked?

6 lwesson February 17, 2016 at 5:45 pm

Door locks are easy pickings, and closing a door with the lock set to lock, no problem.

The Pillow on The Face? Kind of like the calling card which says much about how certain the killer –s– were that NOTHING would be done per examining the body, but they wanted to make sure that THE “Note” was left just the same.

Looking at El Presidente yesterday talk on and on about the replacement, I slowed the video down, and there it was! Smirks, smiles… and this is something that the police do study, and that some people cannot hide. In regular motion, it is hard to detect in a casual glance. I am told that police train for this, but hey, there are NO stinking Cops involved. ZIP. Oh, and El Heffe will not attend the funeral of the Justice. Nice!

7 Gramfan February 18, 2016 at 4:51 pm

@Iwesson
More inspiration for stories on “House of Cards” methinks.

He has gotten away with so much. He has done so many creepy things.
No one has stopped him or criticized him since the early days.
He has been encouraged by it.

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