Judge Gives Lesson On How NOT To Handle Conspiracy Theorists
Infowars correspondent David Knight goes to the source of the possible scuttlebutt that’s now smoldering in West Texas, and asks Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara for an explaination of how she handled the procedure in the recent death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Judge Guevara is the judge who declared the cause of death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia to be “natural causes,” via telephone on Saturday, February 13th – without having seen the body, and without a post mortem medical examination.
In this Infowars video shot yesterday, Judge Guevara rebuffs David’s question, referring him to her issued statement, rather than going into any further detail. Perhaps this seemed the right thing to do to her – I mean, most judges aren’t known their Public Relations savvy, nor should they be – but it seems to me, the Judge should have known full well that this incident has the very real potential to burst into a West Texas firestorm.
Perhaps some judges or media pundits may feel there’s nothing particularly odd about the fact that she didn’t visit the scene. But she was only 65 miles away, and this was Antonin Scalia, for Godsakes. So, here we go with a whole host of “what-ifs” that could’ve been avoided:
- There was a great deal of confusion as to the cause of death – was it a “heart attack” as first reported, or did his heart stop, was it truly natural causes?
- Why declare a cause of death when it’s truly unknown?
- This judge decided not to order an autopsy?
- A primary communication link was from a prominent ultra wealthy donor to the Obama campaign, prominent Houston businessman John Poindexter, owner of the ranch. Wouldn’t you think he’d demand proper process? He’s a smart billionaire, why wouldn’t he demand a proper investigation, to exonerate him and his business affiliations, or call his lawyer for this advice?
- And here’s a WTF moment: Scalia was found in bed, with a pillow over his head. Hey, I sleep like that too, but c’mon, I’m no Supreme Court Justice.
- This was the most conservative Supreme Justice on the bench – a true leader – who died while at a prominent DNC donor’s abode.
You can’t make this stuff up folks. Maybe I’m wrong, but it sure seems to me, much doubt could have been avoided if she would have gone beyond a few phonecalls, visited the scene personally, and at minimum ordered an autopsy, given the magnitude of the situation for the good of the citizens of the U.S.A., no?
This was a U.S. Supreme Court Justice after all, and while his health was in decline, that does not exempt her, nor anyone from being particularly thorough, careful and professional in the handling of this very sensitive situation of national interest.
Do you think that by refusing to answer questions, the Judge’s actions add more fuel to conspiracy theorists’ fire?