Justice Scalia disagreed, not just with the legal issues in the case, but with, well, you'll see:
Today’s tale — a story of five officers conducting successive examinations of a dying man with the primary purpose, not of obtaining and preserving his testimony regarding his killer, but of protecting him, them, and others from a murderer somewhere on the loose — is so transparently false that professing to believe it demeans this institution.Ouch! Don't hold back, Tony - tell us what you really think! It's easy to deploy that kind of weapon's grade snark when you're right, of course.
And, for those who assume that wherever Scalia goes Justice Thomas is sure to follow, the other dissenter was actually Justice Ginsburg. Scalia and Thomas really aren't carbon copies of each other.