Photo: Proof Scalia Was MURDERED? Connect the Dots..

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Was Antonin Scalia murdered?  Honestly, I doubt we’ll never know.  It is awfully suspicious though.

It turns out the guy who owns the ranch where Scalia died is a major Democratic donor:

One of the men in the photo below, on the left, is John Poindexter, the man who owns Cibolo Creek Ranch – where Justice Scalia died.

In addition to owning the Cibolo Creek Ranch, Poindexter was a major donor to the Democrat Party, something that will always get the attention of the commander in chief. DC Whispers, which obtained these photos, remarked that Poindexter was being honored for his service in Vietnam.

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However, the coincidence has many people alarmed, particularly since Poindexter was the man who found Scalia’s body.

No autopsy, the body was rushed to a funeral home and embalmed.  Burial is scheduled for today.  Boom .. Zoom!  Done.

It was Poindexter who reportedly was among those who initially discovered the Justice’s body, and who then coordinated with local officials to have Justice Scalia declared dead via a phone conversation with the area medical examiner – but without an actual medical examination of the body.

Mr. Poindexter was also said to be the primary point man between the ranch location and federal authorities who were notably slow to arrive on scene.

To date, there is said to have been no request for an autopsy even though initial reports suggest the Supreme Court Justice was found with a “pillow over his head” and had died alone in his room without any apparent witnesses. Scalia was described as having been in good spirits in the hours prior to his death.

Would Democrats murder someone like Scalia?  Ask Ron Brown or any one of 90 or so other people.  Oh, that’s right, you can’t.  They’re all dead.

Oh, and Mary Jo Kopechne was unavailable for comment.

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Baron was just a shy kid with a dream, growing up in the 40's with a knack for story-telling. After a brief career in film, Von Kowenhoven went to Europe in search of fringe-scientific discoveries and returned in the 90's to unleash them on the entertainment and political landscape of America.

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