Infowars reporter David Knight confronted the Democratic Texas judge who "certified" Justice Antonin Scalia's death over the phone without ever observing his body.
Judge Cinderela Guevara turned her back on Knight who asked her pointed questions about whether proper procedures were followed after Scalia's untimely death on Monday.
Scalia, 79, was found dead in the luxurious 'El Presidente' suite at an exclusive Texas ranch for the wealthy and politically connected.
"Procedure was followed," said Guevara, who added "I'm busy right now."
According to Infowars, the judge may have violated federal law by pronouncing Scalia dead over the phone and not ordering an autopsy.
Critics say judge Guevara was simply following orders to quickly pronounce Scalia in order to protect the names of the high-powered guests at the ranch.
According to the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, an autopsy is required whenever someone dies under mysterious circumstances in the county. Or if the person's death may have been caused "by unlawful means."
“It’s for our own good because we need to know the cause of death [for] a death certificate,” Justice Juanita Bisho told Infowars. “If they’re not under medical supervision or medical care, we usually do request an autopsy because we don’t know why they died.”
Scalia was at the resort to watch his rich friends hunt quail. The justice's $25,000 resort bills were comped by a "friend" who owned the resort.
Coincidentally, the owner of the exclusive ranch received a favorable outcome when his case went before the Supreme Court last year.
The fortress-like compound is fortified with thick reinforced walls and a moat that gives the property the appearance of a medieval castle.
President Obama has a short list of replacements to fill Scalia's vacant seat on the Supreme Court.
At the top of his list is mixed race Attorney General of California Kamala Harris, 51.
The Republicans threaten to block any and all of Obama's nominees.