Scalia was NOT expected to die at any moment
Kit Daniels | Infowars.com
By not performing an autopsy on late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, Presidio Co. Judge Cinderela Guevara likely violated state law.
According to the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, a justice of the peace shall conduct an inquest into the death of a person who dies in the county served by the justice if any of the following conditions are met:
– The body or a body part 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;
-the person dies without having been attended by a physician;
All of which would seemingly apply to the circumstances surrounding the death of Scalia, yet Guevara decided to “certify” the cause of his death over telephone without ever seeing the body.
Guevara was apparently called to handle the situation after two Justices of the Peace said they were unable to do so, Infowars has learned, but one of the Justices, Juanita Bishop, said the county normally performs autopsies on people who unexpectedly die like Scalia.
“It’s for our own good because we need to know the cause of death [for] a death certificate,” she said in an interview with Infowars. “If they’re not under medical supervision or medical care, we usually do request an autopsy because we don’t know why they died.”
“…When I’m called out, I do go see [the body],” she later added. “That’s what my job is: to go.”
Scalia’s doctor said the late Supreme Court Justice was feeling sick, yet he was apparently well enough to make the ill-fated trip to Texas and his doctor did not make the trip with him anyway, which rules out the argument that Scalia had a well-known, severe medical condition and was expected to die at any moment.
The question now is, will Texas Gov. Greg Abbott call for an investigation into what’s likely illegal behavior by a county judge?