Scalia dies in the company of oddball Catholic cultPosted: February 25, 2016
Washington Post has finally told us that Scalia’s hunting pal was a lawyer named C. Allen Foster and the mysterious entourage he was travelling with was a secretive Catholic hunting cult called the “International Order of St Hubertus” – it has evidently been connected to Bohemian Grove and a logo that resembles Jägermeister.
Thumbnail images of lawyer C. Allen Foster:
“The sheets and pillows that were being used by Scalia were still in the creased position from that day’s room service, indicating that there was no struggle involved. A breathing apparatus was present on the table next to the lamp, on the left side of the bed. The hose for the machine was resting on the edge of the left side of the bed on the bed sheets. The breathing machine was switched off and the hose was not attached to Scalia. … A fashlight and pitcher of water with a glass were present on the table on the right side of the bed. The pitcher of water still had a napkin folded over the top. On the work station table in the room, on the left side there was an orange cap, a set of keys, a pen, a watch, and a bottle of water.”
Washington Post reports that “U.S. Marshals Service said that Scalia had declined a security detail while at the ranch.”
What is very strange is how massively secretive these creepy people are being even though this is obviously a quite notable incident. A Supreme Court judge dies and these men who are allegedly responsible citizens all think they can just hide away and say nothing while the entire world wonders who they are and what they have been doing. Very suspicious – they might not have killed Scalia, but clearly whatever they were doing they want kept under wraps. If so, none of them would report anything suspicious to protect themselves, even if they have useful information about what may have really happened to Scalia.
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PS. Scalia’s lawyer friend Charles Allen Foster also sits on the U.S. board of directors for “The Society of the Friends of St George’s and Descendants of the Knights of the Garter” – a group linked to the British Royal Family.