(Feb. 18, 2016)Antonin Scalia and the Cover-Up of Vincent Foster’s Murder
In its article about the controversy around his death, The Washington Post describes recently deceased Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia as, “The man known for his elegant legal opinions and profound intellect….”
Post columnist George Will on the same day, in his usual faux-authoritative manner, declared Scalia to be “…one of the most formidable thinkers among the 112 justices who have served on the court…”
I am not a student of Scalia’s work or of the Supreme Court generally. I do, however, claim a certain amount of expertise on the death of Vince Foster. On December 3, 2003, Justice Scalia was given the opportunity to bring that supposed towering intellect of his to bear on the question of key evidence related to the manner of Foster’s death.
Being argued before the court was the lawsuit of California attorney Allan Favish to make public some photographs of Foster’s body taken by police at the scene.