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Scalia Companion Admits, “I Like Killing Things”

By on March 2, 2016
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(TRUNEWS) The mystery traveling companion of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who was present when the justice’s body was discovered, admits that he likes killing things.

In a recent reveal by The New Yorker, attorney C. Allen Foster is recorded in a 2013 essay to his 50th graduating class of Princeton as saying that while law was his career,

“I’ve also been pursuing my passion—killing things. I’m sure many of you have become mamby-pamby girly men and think that killing things is oh, so redneck and lower class. Well, you’ll be delighted to know that I generally go killing things with Continental royalty and English nobility, and we look down on the rednecks just like you do.”

“I am pleased to report that I’ve killed lots of elephants, lions, buffalo, leopards, kudu, deer and the last legally shot black rhinoceros, together with more than 150,000 birds of various species. When the last duck comes flying over with a sign around his neck ‘I am the last duck,’ I will shoot it.” Concluding with a political observation, Foster writes, “It also won’t surprise you that I still rail against liberals, the academic kleptocracy, Washington bureaucrats and feminazis.”

It was revealed by the Washington Post that at least several of the visitors to the ranch at the time of Scalia’s death were actually part of a ‘secret hunting society’, The International Order of St. Hubertus.  This included not only ranch owner John Poindexter, but also the the mysterious traveling companion of Scalia to the ranch, prominent Washington lawyer, C. Allen Foster.

The Washington Post is quoted:

Despite having a famous friend, Foster has mostly stayed out of the news. Over the years, his eclectic group of clients has included the Republican Party, the libertarian Cato Institute, plaintiffs enslaved by Japanese corporations during World War II, and the former Blackwater Security Consulting, which was involved in a series of questionable incidents, including a 2007 shootout in Iraq that killed 17 Iraqis.

TRUNEWS has been closely following developments in the Scalia story, including publishing a timeline of confirmed events.

Who Is C. Allen Foster?

C. Allen Foster was a 1963 graduate of Princeton University, graduating summa cum laude.  He then took his first steps to a legal career by attending Harvard Law School, finishing his law degree in 1967.  Named a Fulbright Scholar, he then attended the elite Oxford University, graduating with a Masters of Arts in 1971.

Foster has profile on LinkedIn, where it describes himself as owner of Mazatlan Duck and Dove Hunting Club.  He is also listed as a lecturer at Georgetown University in their school of continuing studies.

Foster is an experienced trial lawyer, having tried cases in 15 states and numerous federal courts. He is the principal author of the leading construction law treatise, Construction and Design Law, and was a senior lecturer in law at Duke Law School for ten years, teaching trial practice, construction law and commercial arbitration.  Allen served as the U.S. government representative to the International Agency Dispute Resolution Center in Paris, was special litigation counsel to the Republican Party and has served as a commissioner to the National Commission on Uniform State Laws.

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Significant Representations

  • Represented Cato as amicus in U.S. Supreme Court
  • United States ex rel. MJ Research, Inc. Represented interest of the government in qui tam litigation concerning DNA sequencing machine
  • In re World War II Era Japanese Forced Labor Litigation. Represented plaintiffs who were enslaved by Japanese corporations during World War II
  • Perkin Elmer Corp. v MJ Research, Inc. Represented defendant in infringement case concerning patents on equipment for molecular biology research
  • American Medical Centers, Inc. v PepsiCo, Inc. Represented plaintiff in first case tried before Russian Antimonopoly Commission in Moscow
  • Fordham v OneSoft Corporation. Represented plaintiff whose software inventions were misappropriated
  • Coyne Boehm, Inc. v US FDA. Represented advertising agencies in tobacco advertising ban litigation
  • Johnson v DeGrandy. Represented Hispanic republicans in Florida redistricting Voting Rights Act case in U.S. Supreme Court
  • Gingles v Thornburg. Represented African-American republicans in North Carolina redistricting Voting Rights Act case in U.S. Supreme Court
  • Lea v Cone Mills Corporation. Represented defendant in first Civil Rights Act case filed
  • Robinson v Lorillard Corporation. Represented defendant in seniority rights case under Civil Rights Act
  • US v Dowdy. Represented Congressman Dowdy in separation of powers case
  • Suarez Corporation Industries v Attorney General of West Virginia. Obtained dismissal of the defamation action brought against client by public official
  • Liggett Group, Inc. v Brown & Williamson Tobacco Co. Obtained $148 million trial court judgment in predatory pricing case
  • Biederman v Republic of Kazakhstan. Counseled $650 million arbitration over confiscation of interest in oil field
  • United Technologies, Inc. v Breed Automotive. Obtained $50 million award in breach of patent licensing dispute
  • OUR Scientific, Inc. v Electra Instruments, Inc. Represented patent validity case involving gamma ray technology for non-intrusive brain surgery
  • Roach v. Blossman Gas. Obtained defense verdict in gas explosion case
  • Lea Co. v North Carolina Department of Transportation. Obtained largest inverse condemnation award in North Carolina. Declared statutory interest provision unconstitutional
  • Cajun Electric Power Cooperative v Riley Stoker Corp. Defended boiler manufacturer from $760 million in claims by power company
  • Rector v Carrington, Coleman. Represented attorney and insurer in subrogation claim for legal malpractice arising out of FDIC v. Rector
  • FDIC v Boggs, et al. Represented Washington National Bank director in claims by FDIC after bank failure
  • FDIC v Inhofe. Represented Senator Inhofe in claims by FDIC on personal guaranty of insurance company loan
  • Counseled over 500 labor and commercial arbitrations

Noteworthy Experience

  • United States Government Representative, International Energy Agency Dispute Resolution Centre, Paris, France, 1983-Present
  • Fellow, American College of Construction Lawyers, 1990
  • Advisor, Governor’s Task Force on Passenger Rail Transportation, 1988-1989
  • Commissioner, National Commission on Uniform State Laws, 1985-1987
  • Republican Candidate, Attorney General of North Carolina, 1984
  • President, American College of Construction Arbitrators, 1983-1984
  • Public Member, North Carolina Tax Review Board, 1975-1979
  • Special Litigation Counsel to the Republican Party, achieving the Party’s goal for more than 130 years, to abolish the statewide election of judges in North Carolina
  • Arbitrator – Commercial arbitration experience includes construction, intellectual property, textile, commercial and international commercial cases involving questions of arbitrability, pre-hearing discovery, quality of goods or work, allocation of supplies or product, patent and trademarks and licenses, investment disputes under BIT’s and international law, extra work, scheduling (particularly CPM), extensions of time, delay damages and claims for extended overhead and profit, adequacy of supervision, retainage disputes, act-of-God clauses and amendment of claims. Labor arbitration work includes discipline and discharge, contract interpretation, jurisdictional disputes, employment discrimination, seniority systems, layoff and recall, supervisors, holiday and vacation pay, overtime hours and pay and work assignment disputes in the basic metals, textile, furniture, oil and gas, electronics, forest and home products, utility (electric, gas and telephone), tobacco, chemical and trucking industries.

Professional Admissions

  • Member, American Bar Association, Forum Committee on the Construction Industry
    • Sections of Litigation, Arbitration Committee, Labor and Employment Discrimination Law (neutral member), Committee on Labor Arbitration and the Law of Collective Bargaining
  • Member, North Carolina Bar Association
    • Member, Council of the Section on Constitutional Rights and Responsibilities, Council of the Section of Labor and Employment Law;  member, Construction Law Section

Community Activities

  • President and, now, Chairman, St. George’s Chapel (Windsor Castle) Foundation (2005-)
  • President, Brasenose College (Oxford) Charitable Foundation, Inc. (2005-)
  • Secretary, International Order of St. Hubertus (Knight Grand Officer) (2014-)
  • Chancellor, IOSH-USA, Inc. (2014-)
  • Companion, Order of St. John of Jerusalem (2011-)
  • Co-founder, Secretary and Director of The Greensboro Day School (1970-80)
  • Director, Greensboro Opera Company (1980-83)
  • Attorney for and Director of the Young Women’s Christian Association (1968-73)
  • Alumni Council and Executive Committee of the Princeton University Alumni
  • Association (1978-79)
  • President, Princeton University Alumni Association of Middle North Carolina (1968-80)
  • Executive Committee, Harvard Law School Association of North Carolina (1979-)
  • Group Chairman, United Fund Drive (1979)

Public Offices and Appointments

  • United States Government Representative to the International Energy Agency Dispute Resolution Centre, Paris, France (1983-)
  • Commissioner to the National Commission on Uniform State Laws (1985-87)
  • Member, Legislative Study Commission on the Selection of Judges (1988-89)
  • Advisor to Governor’s Task Force on Passenger Rail Transportation              1988-89
  • Member, American Law Institute [Restatement of the Law (Third) (1994-) Suretyship; Restatement of the Law (Third) Governing Lawyers
  • President, American College of Construction Arbitrators (1983-84)
  • Fellow, American College of Construction Lawyers (1990-)
  • Public Member, North Carolina Tax Review Board (1975-79)
  • Republican candidate for Attorney General of North Carolina (1984)
  • Special Litigation Counsel to the North Carolina Republican Party (1987-)
  • Member, Board of Directors of the American Arbitration Association (1980-83)
  • Member, National Panels of Labor, Construction and International Commercial Arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association (1975-)
  • Chairman, North Carolina Regional Advisory Council of the American Arbitration Association (1979-83)
  • Member, Permanent Panel of Arbitrators, Union Carbide Corporation (Oak Ridge, Tennessee) and Atomic Trades and Labor Council) (1983-)
  • Member, Permanent Panel of Arbitrators for Expedited Arbitration in the Carolinas established by the United Steelworkers of America and National Can Corporation (1981-)
  • Member, Permanent Panel of Arbitrators for Southern Bell Telephone Co. and Communication Workers of America (1983-)
  • Member, Permanent Panel of Arbitrators for Georgia Pacific Corporation (1986-)

Articles, Lectures & Publications

  • Author, “The Law and Practice of Commercial Arbitration,” Private Adjudication Center, Inc., Duke Law School, 1986
  • Author, Construction and Design Law in the United States, 1984 (5 vols.)
  • Author, “The Construction Law Adviser,” Callaghan & Co. Monthly Newsletter, 1983

Awards & Recognition

  • Listed in Best Lawyers in America , Litigation – Construction, 2003 – present
  • Listed, Super Lawyers magazine, Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers, 2007 – 2013
  • Team Member, a Law360 “Product Liability Practice Group of the Year,” 2011
  • Team Member, a Law360 “Appellate Practice Group of the Year,” 2010
  • Listed, Washingtonian Magazine, “Top Lawyers in Washington,” December 2004
  • Selected, Legal Times, “Top 20 Leading Litigators in Washington,” 2003
  • Rated, AV Preeminent® 5.0 out of 5
  • Russell Thomas

    What is his relationship to Vince Foster?

  • NoMeansNo

    Wonder if he cheated on his exams to be summa cum laude. Isn’t there some sort of character thing that goes along with this? One would think so. Wonder if his excessive list of Death Things includes a Supreme Court Justice. Not accusing. Just asking….

  • george moody

    There is a story in the Los Angeles Times about Scalia and Cheney in 2005 going on one of these Hubertus Hunting “games”…According to the article,which is rather easy to find online, Cheney came in one plane and Scalia in the other …Scalia had a small girl with him …BTW when boarding the plane to leave the young girl (who some say was his daughter) did NOT…did NOT board the plane with Scalia.. Has anyone ever thought they might be hunting children? JUST a THOUGH

  • Matthew

    After reading this and all that I have heard here. I’m starting to believe those men were there to hunt people. Undocumented illegals that won’t be missed. They knew what to do with those bodies but when one of their own expired they didn’t know what to do. They are hiding what they are doing. This story tells of a man that has hunted the most exiotic animals, what could this man go after now that is even more exciting? The FBI needs to get warrants and the cadaver dogs and search that ranch.

  • dawntoo

    Poindexter is the owner of the ranch and a leader in the Order of St. Hubertus secret all male elitist ritualistic hunting society.

    Obama and Poindexter are connected in that Poindexter is a donor to Obama and the Dem party, and Obama gave a medal to Poindexter for activities 40 yrs ago. There are photos of Obama and Poindexter at the award ceremony at the White House.

    C. Allen Foster is the Secretary of the Hubertus secret hunting society. Thus, the hunting society seems to span both Dem and Repub parties with members from both parties. Foster had a liberal pro immigration agenda evidenced by his representation of the Hispanic Republicans of Florida. He also represented the African American Republicans in North Carolina. Thus, Foster has clear ties to two groups that have liberal agendas even though Republicans.

    The ranch and Order of St. Hubertus may very well be some sort of human hunting ring. There may be all sorts of illegal activity there for all we know. But on this occasion it seems the person hunted and killed was Scalia. When all was said and over, the person who ended up dead was Scalia. That does not implicate Scalia in the ranch or Order’s nefarious activities. It makes him the victim.

    Scalia traveled to the ranch with Foster, a Washington Attorney. We have no idea what Scalia knew about the ranch or secret hunting club. The website for the ranch makes it look like a very nice place but for the fact that sometimes S.Ct Justices get murdered there and there is a weird elitist ritualistic male hunting club that hangs out there because the owner Poindexter is also a leader of the Order.

    It looks like Foster lured Scalia there and Scalia was killed.

    It would appear that Foster betrayed his friend Scalia because of Foster’s liberal sympathies to the Hispanic and African American communities that he represented or that they paid him and his participation in the conspiracy was for hire. It would be very easy for Foster’s law firm to send out invoices to the Hispanic Republicans of Florida and the African American Republicans of North Carolina whom he had previously represented for legal fees for legal work alleged to be done but where no legal work was actually done. Then the Hispanic and African American groups who wanted Scalia dead in order to advance a liberal agenda by changing the balance of the S. Ct. give the blood money to the Hispanic Republicans of Florida and the African American Republicans of North Carolina who pay the invoices to the law firm. Foster could have been paid millions of dollars to participate in the murder conspiracy. Foster’s penchant for killing including endangered species makes it clear that he has no real morals so he lacks any credibility. He is clearly not a nice man. Why not have fun killing a person and make lots of money setting Scalia up for murder.

    Foster’s participation in the murder conspiracy also explains why Scalia left his security detail behind. He thought he was with friends and Foster assured him he would be safe. He trusted Foster. Foster’s participation also explains the family’s belief that the death was natural causes and their decision not to have an autopsy. They believe Foster and think he was Scalia’s friend who would never do anything to harm Scalia. He assured them there was no foul play and told them Scalia died peacefully in his sleep which is what they wanted to hear and believe.

    Scalia’s death certificate was dated Feb. 13 which is Lupercalia, a festival that was celebrated Feb. 13-15 and involved animal sacrifices. Additionally it involved wearing of masks and headdresses and animal pelts.

    The Cicolo Creek ranch has a room with decor that includes brightly painted masks, one which is red with horns and looks like the devil.

    This makes it more likely that Scalia’s death was a ritualistic human sacrifice by this secret hunting society in observance of Lupercalia.

    There definitely needs to be an investigation.

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