Soon after Justice Scalia’s death, conspiracy theorists started to expound on the circumstances of his death. If the topic of death investigations interests you, and you haven’t listened to my interview with Joseph Scott Morgan whom I quote below, then you can listen here for a more in-depth discussion.   Some people are wondering why there was no autopsy performed on Justice Scalia while he was still in Texas, and how a judge can decide that an autopsy is not necessary without even seeing the body. As it turns out, death investigations vary from state to state and Texas’s system is one of the most unique—which is not necessarily a good thing. What is a death investigation? Death investigations examine the circumstances surrounding sudden and unexplained deaths. They are not necessarily criminal though law enforcement may be involved. A medicolegal…

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