Despite the Fact Pillow was Found on Scalia’s Face, Judge Says No Autopsy Necessary

Despite the Fact Pillow was Found on Scalia’s Face, Judge Says No Autopsy Necessary

Antonin Scalia’s death has caused the conspiracy theories to start swirling, which was seemingly inevitable. It doesn’t help that, despite the fact that a pillow was found on his face, an autopsy won’t be performed.

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The seemingly quick conclusion that Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died of “natural causes” is prompting calls for an autopsy and toxicological reports.

William Gheen, president of the Americans for Legal Immigration political action committee, noted the media’s “rush” to proclaim Scalia’s death in a rented room in a resort in Texas as either “natural causes” or heart attack within hours of the discovery of his body Saturday morning.

“Anytime a head of state, member of Congress, or the most conservative member of the U.S. Supreme Court is found dead, an extensive autopsy and toxicology examination should be both immediate and mandatory,” said Gheen. “The horrid reaction and comments about his death expressed by many liberals online illustrate that Scalia was hated by many people.”

Look, Scalia did have people who did not like him, but he was also an elderly, obese man with a history of health problems who had just spent the day physically exerting himself. And the sad thing is, even if an autopsy did show that he did die of natural causes, it wouldn’t sate the conspiracy theorists, who will always insist that Scalia was murdered and that there was some kind of crackpot conspiracy.

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