Antonin Scalia was found dead in his bed at a hunting ranch in Texas Sunday morning. His bedclothes were unwrinkled and there was a pillow over his head. There were no witnesses to his passing and no medical experts on hand. Yet Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara declared Scalia dead via telephone, having never seen the body. Cause of death was listed as a “heart attack.” We don’t know why.
Scalia, the brilliant and witty Supreme Court Justice, had just last week been the deciding factor in the Supreme Court’s ruling against President Obama’s beloved climate change accord, the Paris Agreement. The Court is also set to rule on several important Constitutional issues in the near future.
Many veteran homicide investigators around the nation have questioned the Judge’s decision and voiced concerns that no autopsy is scheduled. I would call her incompetent. She would disagree.
You know what they say. If the shoe fits, Cinderela…