Judge Antonin Scalia

Judge Antonin Scalia

Eugene Scalia, the deceased Supreme Court justice’s oldest son, called for Americans to stop theorizing about the suspicious nature of his father’s death, saying his eight siblings and other family members have “no doubt” Antonin Scalia died due to natural circumstances.

“It’s, I think, a distraction from a great man and his legacy at a time when there’s so much to be said about that and to help people even more fully appreciate that,” he said, during an interview on Laura Ingraham’s radio show. “And, on a personal level, I think it’s a bit of a hurtful distraction for a family that’s mourning.”

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Part of the suspicions over Scalia’s weekend death at the Cibolo Creek Ranch in Texas stemmed from the description owner John Poindexter – a wealthy Democratic donor who was personally awarded a medal from President Obama at the White House, as WND previously reported – gave of the death scene. He told the San Antonio Express: “We discovered the judge in bed, a pillow over his head. His bedclothes were unwrinkled.”

Other suspicions have come from the fact authorities decided against performing an autopsy, an announcement that seems to fly in the face of standard practice for such sudden deaths in public places.

Both presidential contender Donald Trump and radio giant Michael Savage have sounded alarms on the death, as WND reported.

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But the Scalia family wants the talk to stop.

“Our family just has no doubt he died of natural causes,” Scalia said, Breitbart reported. “And we accept that. We’re praying for him. We ask others to accept that and pray for him.”

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