1. Judge Cinderela Guevara declared Scalia dead without seeing him.
Yes, she did. She says she was starting for the ranch when she was turned away by a U.S. Marshall on the phone. Texas, like some other jurisdictions, allows officials to declare death without viewing the body. In this case Judge Guevara relied on her Sheriff, Danny C. Dominguez, who was at the scene, to help her make that call. It is very likely that Sheriff Dominguez could recognize a dead person, and not at all likely that Judge Guevara was more competent to do so. (Although it just isn't hard once some time has passed.)
2. Judge Cinderela Guevara did not order an autopsy.
A crime scene looks like a crime scene. Could an expert assassin kill someone without making it look like a crime scene? The Bear suspects so. But the fact that it does not look like a crime scene is not evidence of murder, except in the most twisted logic.
Furthermore, Judge Guevara says she spoke with Scalia's personal physician, who told her that the Justice suffered from more than one chronic condition, including heart disease, and was considered "too weak for surgery" for his torn rotator cuff. Someone who is too weak for surgery is not a healthy person.
Others say Scalia was fine on a trip, and was fine that night. That might discount some conditions, like ALS or CHF or COPD. It would not discount most. An example would be a heart attack, or stroke. A large plaque breaks loose and blocks a coronary artery, and you have come to your earthly end. The Bear is not impressed with these objections. At all.
Finally, if Obama's super secret team of assassins, or Masonic ninjas are really behind Scalia's death, do you really think they're going to use something that can be detected in any autopsy? The question is thus moot.
3. There was a pillow over Scalia's face.
If somebody bagged and tagged that pillow, forensic scientists could search for evidence of secretions from mouth and / or nose. That's one reason it's a bad choice as a murder weapon.
A pillow is an iffy choice for an elite assassin. It can leave characteristic paleness around the nose and mouth due to pressure, as well as cyanosis of the face. There might be other indicia of asphyxia. A pillow equals amateur hour. If the global elite wanted Scalia gone, the Bear promises you they would not send some goober with a pillow.
This is not to say you can always detect homicide by smothering with a pillow. It is to say that an assassin can't count on getting lucky and leaving behind no evidence of homicide. Remember, an assassin would have no way of knowing there would be no autopsy, unless Judge Guevara and / or Sheriff Dominguez was in on it. The Bear is not going there.
4. This benefits Obama because now he can tilt the court to the left with one appointment.
This is true. It is also not evidence. You look for motive once you have a crime to solve. You don't look for motive, then jump to the conclusion that a death is homicide because someone benefits. Presumably, the people who believe Scalia was assassinated believe President Obama is behind it. Who would the President send to assassinate a Supreme Court Justice? CIA? DOJ? IMF? Bo? Do we really believe a president would give such an order and someone would follow it? Even if that's an easy "yes" for you, there is still the problem of no evidence whatsoever of a crime.
Coincidence: King Umberto I of Italy, Meet Umberto the Pasta Restaurant Owner
On July 28, 1900, Italian King Umberto I had dinner in a restaurant. The owner's name was also Umberto, and the owner's wife had the same name as the Queen. An anarchist shot King Umberto the next day. The restaurant owner was also shot that same day. Probably as he was telling someone the story of King Umberto eating at his ristorante. Now, that's a coincidence.
Archduke Franz Ferdinand Coincidenced to Death and Starts WWI
What was left of the motorcade sped by at high speed, and three more assassins failed to act. One of them Gavrilo Princip, decided to wait in a deli for another opportunity. The Archduke went on to make a speech. Unfortunately for Princip, and fortunately for the world, which would be spared WWI, a new route was devised, and the Archduke would come nowhere near the deli where Princip waited with his pistol.
But WWI seemed destined. The driver of the Archduke's car did not get word of the change of route. Once they realized they were on the wrong street, the cars stopped right in front of the deli to turn around. The Archduke was a sitting duck. Princip merely stepped forward, and shot the Archduke through the jugular vein, and his wife in the stomach. Both died.
Scalia's Death: Not Even Close
Examples could be multiplied. The point is that history is full of coincidences, and they can be quite fascinating to read about. As far as Justice Scalia's death, however, the fact that a 79-year-old Supreme Court Justice happens to die when a lame duck president still has nearly a year in office doesn't even come near to making the list. It's not even a coincidence, so you can't say, "Isn't it coincidental that..." There's nothing suspicious that we know now, so you can't say, "Don't you find it suspicious that..."
When the Bear reads that 79% of Americans believe Scalia was assassinated, he just has to shake his head. Once again, it's that criminal lawyer that is looking for a little thing called evidence.
Of course, the Bear's opinion won't mean anything to people determined find find a conspiracy. It's kind of like a delusion that sane people have. Or "pure applesauce," as Justice Scalia once wrote.