ROMNEY WORDSWORTH – Since my original article on February 15th, the facts surrounding the suspicious and sudden death of Supreme Court Justice Scalia just keep getting weirder and weirder:

1) Presidio County Court Judge Cinderela Guevara violated the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure when she inexplicably decided not to order an autopsy of Justice Scalia’s body.

The Texas Code requires that an autopsy be performed whenever “the body…of a person is found, the cause or circumstances of death are unknown, and (A) the person is identified; or (B) the person is unidentified; -the circumstances of the death indicate that the death may have been caused by unlawful means; or –the person dies without having been attended by a physician.”

Scalia did not die in the attendance of a physician, and the circumstances of his death are not known, and, based on him being found with a pillow over his head, the circumstances of his death may have been caused by unlawful means.

By not ordering the autopsy, Judge Guevara violated Texas Criminal Law at least 3 different ways, not even counting her pathetic laziness of performing her duties by “phoning it in”.

Various police across the country have commented on the irregularities of the case:

“It’s not unreasonable to ask for an autopsy in this case, particularly knowing who he is,” commented 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. Despite the fact that he has pre-existing ailments and the fact that he’s almost 80 years old, you want to be sure that it’s not something other than natural causes.”

Bill Ritchie, a retired deputy chief and former head of criminal investigations for the DC police, said he was dumbstruck when he learned that no autopsy would be performed.

“I took a look at the report and I almost fell out of my chair.  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,” Ritchie said. 

“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.”

It was the owner of the Ranch, John Poindexter, who claims to have been the first to find Scalia’s body.  It was Poindexter who stated to the world that a pillow was found over Scalia’s head.

But Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara says the county sheriff on Saturday told her over the phone there was “absolutely not” any evidence of “foul play.”  She originally claimed the cause of death was a heart attack, then changed that story to unspecified “natural causes” under the ensuing storm of criticism that there was no competent medical evidence to base a cause of death on.

That county sheriff the Judge talked to over the phone, Danny Dominguez, claimed to be the first on the scene, but he wasn’t because he was a 30 minute drive away and Poindexter got to the body first.  Dominguez is trying to say the pillow was over Scalia’s head, on the head board.  But the headboard is vertical and has no shelf.  This contradiction is now being repeated by newspapers worldwide, who are urging readers to believe the talk of a pillow was a mistake, and that there is no foul play involved. 

So do we believe the owner who called authorities in the first place, or the authorities who are changing the story to avoid being prosecuted for not following the law?  J.F.K.’s assassination involved the infamous “Magic Bullet” theory, invented by the late Senator Arlen Specter.  Scalia’s murder now has the “Magic Pillow” theory, invented by a local sheriff to cover up violations of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure.

But is it just normal bureaucratic incompetence, or a cover up of something more sinister?

2) The owner of the Cibola Ranch, John Poindexter, turns out to have a very interesting past:  He is a decorated Vietnam Veteran who spent his military career in a Black Ops. Unit.  In other words, John Poindexter, the owner of the ranch where Justice Scalia died, spent his military career killing people in sneaky ways.

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Poindexter also is a multi-million dollar donor to Barack Obama.  And those Vietnam War decorations?  He received them from Barack Obama, decades after the fact.

Would a Black Ops killer be so sloppy as to leave the pillow over Scalia’s face?  Why even mention it to the media?  For the same reason the mafia puts a severed horse’s head in your bed:  To send a message.  Far from being a slip up, this could be a calculated message of intimidation to anyone else who might dare oppose the Obama Regime.

Within a few short hours, Scalia’s body was transported under guard of 20 policemen to a funeral home, embalmed, and is now on its way to Virginia.  Why 20 policemen to protect a dead man?  To make sure it was embalmed before anyone over-rode the order to waive an autopsy? 

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Why was Scalia’s body taken all the way from Cibola Creek Ranch to El Paso?  We don’t know for sure, but here is one possible reason:  The Sunset Funeral Home has admitted that all of Scalia’s blood and other bodily fluids were dumped down the drain.  The Funeral Home is owned by the same guy who handled J.F.K.’s body after he was assassinated.  Any evidence of the murder has already been destroyed.  The killers can be as cheeky as they want now with none too subtle messages.

At this point, I’m expecting an appearance by Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, because this sure is starting to sound like an episode of the X-Files.

Consider that it was Scalia who was the point man in dealing the Obama Regime a defeat in its War on Coal at the Supreme Court on a few days earlier.  Now he’s dead, and the remaining conservative Supreme Court Justices are spending their days looking over their shoulders.  Mitch McConnell, leader of the U.S. Senate, originally issued a statement that the Republicans would block any nominee sent up by Obama, saying that the next president should make that appointment.  Today, the gutless wonders of the Senate are now signaling they will not block Obama’s appointment.  They are looking over their shoulders too.

3) Presidio County in Texas is giving an autopsy to every illegal who winds up dead.  They are going broke they are doing so many.  And they don’t bother to ask the next of kin, they just do them.  But a Supreme Court Justice dies in the county with a pillow over his head, and no autopsy?  A message is being sent.  They want us to know they killed Scalia.  They want to intimidate anyone who might be thinking of standing up to the Regime.