Died on a ranch in West Texas is a luxury resort, with historic "on-site forts", where rooms are going for $535 to $565 a night,
where he was with a "private group of 40 people", doing (allegedly) this:
At 79 years of age. Hiking through mountains and canyons, horseback riding, exploring Indian Caves and photographing elks and red stags.
I, as a taxpayer, want to know, what "private group of 40 people" this Supreme Court judge was with before he died.
Especially because it is him who put Bush the Second on the throne, and now, when Bush the Third is contending for the same throne, it is important what kind of "groups of people" a U.S. Supreme Court justice was socializing with, on the verge of Jeb!'s assault upon Nevada and South Carolina caucuses.