Presidio County sheriff's report reveals more details on Supreme Court Justice Scalia's death
from The Washington Post
A Texas sheriff's department released an incident report late Tuesday that revealed new details of the discovery of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's body, as well as the name of the friend who accompanied him on the hunting trip and the items found inside the ranch bedroom where the justice was found.
In response to a public records request made by
The Washington Post
, the Presidio County Sheriff's Office released an incident report from the sheriff's investigation of Scalia's death at the Cibolo Creek Ranch on Feb. 13. The report stated that the justice's body was found in bed with a pillowcase covering his eyes. A breathing apparatus was on the table next to the bed, but it was switched off. Scalia was lying on three pillows "stacked up to elevate his head."
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