DC homicide commander: My gut tells me something’s ‘fishy’ with Scalia’s death, things don’t add up

Scandal continues to swirl around the circumstances that led to Justice Scalia’s sudden death over the weekend.

A former D.C. homicide official has weighed in, saying there’s something very “fishy” about the situation.

Presido County Judge Cinderela Guerva had cited that “natural causes” led to Scalia’s death despite not seeing the body and having no autopsy.

It’s been reported that Scalia’s family had declined an autopsy, but Scalia’s sudden death, and the report that he was found with a pillow over his head at the Cibolo Creek Ranch in Texas, is contributing to wild and growing speculation.

William Ritchie, former D.C. homicide commander, said things just don’t add up.

“You have a Supreme Court Justice who died, not in attendance of a physician,” Ritchie said according to the Washington Post.

“You have a non-homicide trained U.S. Marshal tell the justice of peace that no foul play was observed. You have a justice of the peace pronounce death while not being on the scene and without any medical training opining that the justice died of a heart attack.

“What medical proof exists of a myocardial infarction? Why not a cerebral hemorrhage?”

Ritchie went so far as to suggest Scalia could have been poisoned.

“How can the Marshal say, without a thorough post mortem, that he was not injected with an illegal substance that would simulate a heart attack,” he added.

“Did the U.S. Marshal check for petechial hemorrhage in his eyes or under his lips that would have suggested suffocation?

“Did the US Marshal smell his breath for any unusual odor that might suggest poisoning? My gut tells me there is something fishy going on in Texas.”

Scalia’s personal doctor, Brian Monahan, would only disclose that Scalia has had a history of heart problems and high blood pressure, the Daily Mail reported. Both Monahan and local law enforcement said they witnessed no signs of foul play.

The fact that Scalia had no security detail around him at the time of his passing also plays into widespread speculation that crucial details are missing. Ritchie’s comments are sure to keep the questions coming.

Below is a video that resurfaced across the Internet since Scalia’s passing. It discusses a “poison dart” that mimics a heart attack. It could be what Ritchie was referring to in his comments.

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34 thoughts on “DC homicide commander: My gut tells me something’s ‘fishy’ with Scalia’s death, things don’t add up

  1. R T Deco says:

    Well, he didn’t shoot himself in the back of the head … twice … so the Clintons couldn’t have been involved.

  2. Andylit says:

    Got a great quote from another source. Makes perfect sense to me.

    ‘Yes, I know the Trilateral Commission could have taken out Scalia at any point . . . it just sort of slipped their mind . . . I told the conspiracy to take out Scalia back in 2011, but they just ignored my memo, held meetings, sat around . . . Do you have any idea how many layers of federal bureaucracy this giant government conspiracy has to deal with?’

    1. Nunnyah Biz says:

      Time for some purging!

  3. M&M says:

    Just last week Killary Clinton was talking about appointing Hussein Obama to the Supreme Court. And now, Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia dies of a heart attack. Is there a connection? We know that Killary Clinton has a close relationship with the CIA, after what happen in Libya.

  4. Tiger says:

    In the words of the “Great Kankle Queen” What difference does it make we are living in Stalin’s Russia.

  5. santacruzchuck says:

    why not conduct a blind autopsy with two separate doctors present and erase all doubt?

    Hard to believe that the family agreed not to have an autopsy.

    What are they thinking?

    Seems like they don’t care.

    1. tedlv says:

      Hard to do an autopsy on an embalmed corpse.

  6. jaydee says:

    If the family did not want a full autopsy then they should have screened for toxic substances in the blood and tissue. That would at least stop some of the questions we all have. They did not take his body to a hospital they took it right to a funeral home where he was embalmed. Too many questions not enough answers. I am not holding y breath.

    1. LittleRoot_48 says:

      To be a case involving such a high profile figure, this sure seems like shoddy work to me. For the life of me, I can’t understand why the family would let this get handled so quickly and without an autopsy. Had it been one of MY parents, I would want to know exactly what killed them…..especially if that parent was a sitting Supreme Court Justice whose decisions ticked off so many progressives out there. People have no problem thinking Vladimir Putin would make one of his opponents “disappear” but don’t think the same thing of obamunist and Broomhilda Rottenham Clinton….two of the most devious and dishonest politiicans in US history????? I’m not buying it.

  7. santacruzchuck says:

    During the embalming process embalming fluid only travels through the circulatory system replacing the blood (which simply flows down the drain and into the municipal sewer system) in the body with the fluid.

    The only other fluid that is sometimes entered into the body during the embalming process is cavity fluid which is pumped into the abdomen.

    This leaves the brain in all it’s thickness almost untouched by these chemicals, especially at it’s core.

    Unless he was cremated, there is still time to obtain samples of his brain, and other (thick) vital organs that may still be salvageable for testing sake.

    All this can possibly prove if there are poisons that could have entered his body in the days or weeks prior to his death, or a substantial dosage the day of.

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