Scalia murdered? Did Texas Judge once ask God for a ruling?

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Who is Texas Judge, Cinderela Guevara, who denied an autopsy?

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by Jon Rappoport

February 16, 2016

Chew on this quote for a minute. I’ll put it into context later:

“[In 2013], my sister and my daughter’s paternal aunt and I went to see Cinderela Guevara several times. [This is Judge Guevara, who just ruled Scalia died of natural causes and no autopsy was necessary.] I went to see her alone two times…

“When she was alone with me, Ms. Guevara asked about my religious beliefs several times. We spoke about the Catholic faith and on September 3, 2013, when I met with her, she told me that she had prayed to God for an answer as to whether it was suicide or not and asked God to give her an answer in the video. She said she did not receive an answer as to that, but she did receive an answer from God. She stated to me that God told her that, yes this was a tragedy, but the true tragedy was that Melaney had died without accepting Jesus Christ as her savior.

“This was the woman who was deciding the cause of death of my daughter. Was she willing to consider any investigation of a homicide if she believed I was being punished by God?”

A US Supreme Court Justice dies. The circumstances are unknown. Therefore, a Texas Judge rules: no autopsy is necessary. Talk about insanity—or worse.

NY Post, 2/15, “Detectives question lack of autopsy in Scalia death”:

“Bill Ritchie, a retired deputy chief and former head of criminal investigations for the DC police, said he was dumbstruck when he learned that no autopsy would be performed.

“’I took a look at the report and I almost fell out of my chair,’ Ritchie told The Post from his home in Maryland.

“’I used to be an instructor in the homicide school. Every death investigation you are handling, you consider it a homicide until the investigation proves otherwise,’ Ritchie said.”

Who is Judge Cinderela Guevara, the Texas official who decided she didn’t need to look at Scalia’s body to rule his death was from natural causes—therefore requiring no autopsy? (See “Scalia’s death to be ruled a heart attack” and “Urgent calls begin for Scalia autopsy: Rush to ‘natural causes’ conclusion criticized” and “Judge Cinderela Guevara: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know”)

Who is this judge who shut the door on an investigation?

Had this judge ever done anything like this before? Had she ever ruled against a homicide investigation in a case that cried out for an investigation?

Well, there was that case of a young woman found dead on the railroad tracks in Texas in 2013. Was an autopsy denied there as well? Did the Judge instead pray to God for a ruling in the case?

Daily Kos, March 28, 2014: “Like a dead dog on the tracks: Injustice in small town Texas…”:

“The nightmare began on the morning of Thursday, August 8, 2013. My daughter, Melaney Parker cashed out of her favorite bar at 12:01 a.m. after a night of dancing and flirting with her new husband, found him and kissed him on the lips, and said love you, see you at home. Her body was lying on the tracks when struck by a Union Pacific Railroad train at 12:23 a.m.

“After reviewing the video taken by the train, the Union Pacific Railroad claims representative told an attorney who volunteered to assist us, that she appeared to have been placed on the tracks and seemed to be unconscious or dead, not moving or flinching as the train approached….The claims representative said that he pleaded with the Justice of the Peace and the Sheriff to open this case as a homicide. They insisted it was a suicide.

“…My sister and I and other members of our family talked to the Justice of the Peace, Cinderela Guevara…When we asked if a rape kit had been ordered, she seemed surprised. She said she had only ordered a toxicology report. We did not understand until later that she meant she had only ordered a toxicology report and not an autopsy. She later tried to say that it was Dr. Contin’s suggestion because she thought the cause of death was obvious. My sister asked her at one meeting, ‘With all due respect, Judge, how do you know she wasn’t already dead when she was hit by the train?’ Ms. Guevara said nothing to that and just stared nervously at my sister. Had the possibility never entered her mind? What was called an autopsy report, so they could insist that an autopsy had been performed, were two pages signed by Dr. Contin on the evening of August 8, 2013, stating that ‘after investigation’ it was determined that Melaney ‘intentionally placed herself on the tracks’ and the cause of death was suicide. It appears that Dr. Contin only did a superficial visual examination and never took any samples or tissues, other than from the liver (approximately 8 hours after her death on a summer night) for the toxicology report. After researching the finding, we found that samples should not be taken from the liver, especially after physical trauma, because of the possibility of contamination.

“The Union Pacific Railroad claims representative told our attorney that if they had known an autopsy had not been ordered they would have paid for one…

“My sister and my daughter’s paternal aunt and I went to see [Judge] Cinderela Guevara several times. I went to see her alone two times…

“When she was alone with me, Ms. Guevara asked about my religious beliefs several times. We spoke about the Catholic faith and on September 3, 2013, when I met with her, she told me that she had prayed to God for an answer as to whether it was suicide or not and asked God to give her an answer in the video. She said she did not receive an answer as to that, but she did receive an answer from God. She stated to me that God told her that, yes this was a tragedy, but the true tragedy was that Melaney had died without accepting Jesus Christ as her savior.

“…This was the woman who was deciding the cause of death of my daughter. Was she willing to consider any investigation of a homicide if she believed I was being punished by God?”

 

But of course, there is no problem. No problem at all. Justice Scalia died of natural causes. Of course. No autopsy necessary. Judge Guevara didn’t need to see the body. Why bother?

No need for an investigation.

We absolutely know there is no cover-up in the case.

The Judge has ruled.

Politicians in Washington DC would be in an uproar if anything were wrong. But they’re silent.

That means all is well.

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