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Mcnair, What Happened?


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It's a wierd coincidence that the officer who busted her for DUI is the same one who busted McNair some 6 years ago. McNair beat the rap and I believe the officer was disciplined for some improper procedures. Then this chick gets nailed and McNair leaves her there to contend with the situation on her own. I'd love to know what her and the cop talked about after McNair left the scene :wacko:



Big Ern, Stirin the pot..............

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It's a wierd coincidence that the officer who busted her for DUI is the same one who busted McNair some 6 years ago. McNair beat the rap and I believe the officer was disciplined for some improper procedures. Then this chick gets nailed and McNair leaves her there to contend with the situation on her own. I'd love to know what her and the cop talked about after McNair left the scene :wacko:


C'mon now, seriously? Someone needs to stop watching TV. Speaking of TV , I'm sure the CSI dudes will be able to tell something from the blood spatter, we just won't know it.


If I were to guess, I'd say McNair may have had second thoughts and wanted to call it off and she went psycho bitch on him. But what the hell do I know? Someone mentioned that she was a gold digger. I was reading an article in the paper(no link) that someone was saying they went shopping but she insisted on using her own money. That doesn't sound like a gold digger to me.


Unfortunately in this case, we may never ever know what really happened.

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Well here is the final answer.


By Wayne Drash




(CNN) -- The killing of former NFL quarterback Steve McNair has been classified as a murder-suicide carried out by his girlfriend, Nashville police Chief Ronal Serpas said Wednesday.



Steve McNair, 36, spent 13 seasons in the NFL, the majority with the Tennessee Titans.


"The totality of the evidence clearly points to a murder-suicide," Serpas told reporters at an afternoon news conference in Nashville, Tennessee.


McNair, 36, and Sahel Kazemi, 20, were found fatally shot in a condominium in downtown Nashville on Saturday afternoon. McNair was shot twice in the head and twice in the chest; Kazemi was shot once in her right temple, authorities said.


The police chief said McNair was probably asleep when he was first shot through his temple, then Kazemi shot him three more times. He said it is believed Kazemi got next to McNair on the couch, then shot herself.


He said Kazemi had told at least one colleague that she planned "to end it all" and that her life was spiraling out of control. Serpas said Kazemi believed McNair was also involved with another woman. He said she was concerned "whether or not her relationship was unraveling with Mr. McNair."


"There was evidence that she was spinning out of control," Serpas said.


He added that there was no evidence found at the condo indicating anyone else was there at the time of the deaths. Serpas said he had spoken with McNair's wife Wednesday to update her on the investigation.


Dr. Feng Li, the assistant medical examiner who has been handling the case, told CNN earlier Wednesday that all evidence was "indicating that she killed Mr. McNair and killed herself."


"It's almost an assured thing. We have to be convinced otherwise," Li said.


The coroner said he will not finalize the "manner of death" on Kazemi's death certificate until he has final lab test results, which are a few days away.


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"I have to have everything together, and then I make the opinion," he said. "We want to be as thorough and as detailed as possible."


McNair's death has been classified as a homicide.


Li said Kazemi was found face-down in the condo with the gun underneath her. The autopsy indicates she shot herself once through her right temple. "She was found on the feet of Mr. McNair, who sat on the sofa," he said.


A medium-caliber semiautomatic handgun was used. "It's very hard for everybody involved," Li said. "Our thoughts and prayers go to the families."


Earlier in the week, police said that on Thursday evening, Kazemi purchased the pistol found at the scene. Hours before the purchase, Kazemi was pulled over in a traffic stop and charged with driving under the influence. She was accompanied by McNair in a Cadillac Escalade he had purchased for her.


McNair was allowed to leave the scene in a taxi after Kazemi was given a field sobriety test.


McNair, a married father of four, and Kazemi were dating, police said. Police found their bodies in the condo -- leased to McNair and his friend Wayne Neeley -- about 1:30 p.m. Saturday.


The two had been dead for hours before Neeley, who had to use a key to enter the building, discovered the clothed bodies Saturday afternoon, according to police. Neeley then called his friend Robert Gaddy, who arrived at the condo and called police.



McNair spent 13 seasons in the NFL, mostly with the Tennessee Titans, where he excelled on the field as quarterback. He was named the NFL's co-MVP in 2003 and spent his last two seasons with the Baltimore Ravens before announcing his retirement in April 2008.


The Titans reached the Super Bowl in 2000, losing to the St. Louis Rams. McNair led the Titans in a dramatic comeback that day, with a final tying touchdown coming up a yard short.

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another link here to a Yahoo story lends a good scenario (one I had wondered about) which states that the nut job likely shot McNair in the head while he was sleeping on the couch and then put two more in his chest and then one more in his head...would explain her accurate shooting, hard to not miss a motionless target from point blank range I bet.....freaking nut job should have just ended her own life not take his too.





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McNair's girlfriend distraught over love and money




NASHVILLE, Tenn. — At just 19 years old, Sahel Kazemi thought she had it all: She was dating former NFL star Steve McNair, partying in VIP rooms and vacationing in Las Vegas.


When her family visited Nashville for her 20th birthday less than two months ago, they said she was very happy and planning to move in with McNair. She thought he was in the final stages of a divorce from his wife of 12 years.


Only there was no divorce. And Kazemi's happiness soon changed into something much darker.


Nashville police say in the days leading up to the murder-suicide, Kazemi saw another young woman leaving the condominium where she and McNair would soon be found dead. She was worried about money. She was arrested for DUI. She bought a gun and told a co-worker she was thinking about "ending it."


About two weeks before police say Kazemi killed McNair and herself, she poured out her troubles in a chance meeting with Vera Mosley Buckner, a customer at the Dave and Buster's restaurant where Kazemi worked. The young waitress asked Buckner, a stranger, if she could talk to her.


"She sat down in the booth in front of me and the first thing she said was, 'Have you ever been in love?'" said Buckner, of Decatur, Ala.


Kazemi then opened her heart.


"She said, 'I date Steve McNair.' ... And she said, 'We've been dating for eight months and we've been on all kinds of vacations, but lately he acts like he doesn't want to spend time with me and I don't know what to do.'"


By sometime in the early hours of Fourth of July she had made up her mind.


Police say when McNair went to his downtown condo sometime between 1:30 and 2 a.m. on Saturday Kazemi's car was already there. He was sitting on the sofa, likely asleep, when she shot him twice in the head and twice in the chest. Then she sat down next to him, positioning herself so that she would fall into his lap, and shot herself.


Family and friends were shocked at the news, describing Kazemi as a sweet girl who did not have it in her to kill someone. They also said she would not have wanted to kill herself.


"She was enjoying her life," Nephew Farzin Abdi said. "She just had it made, you know, (with) this guy taking care of everything."


Abdi said Kazemi, who went by the name 'Jenni,' met McNair while working as a waitress at Dave and Buster's.


Restaurant manager Chris Truelove said of Kazemi, "She was pretty outgoing. A lot of the guests liked being around her, and she liked being around the guests."


She was also slender and curvy, with long black hair and an olive complexion. Her looks were compelling enough that Buckner's two daughters asked Kazemi to take a picture with them.


Kazemi told relatives that she refused McNair's advances at first. But soon they began dating, and before long he was at her apartment a couple of nights a week — so often that neighbors thought he might be living there.


Abdi says McNair took Kazemi on vacations to Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Key West, Fla., and his home state of Mississippi. Pictures of the two parasailing together have surfaced on the celebrity Web site TMZ.com.


All that would have been exciting for any young woman, but it must have seemed unbelievable for Kazemi, who dropped out of high school and moved to Nashville from Florida with a boyfriend at age 17, sometimes working two or three jobs to support herself.


Born in Iran, she and her family were persecuted for their Baha'i faith, Abdi said.


When Kazemi was 9 her mother was murdered, according to an account her ex-boyfriend gave The Tennessean newspaper in Nashville. After that, the family fled to Turkey before settling in Florida.


Despite the tragedy of her childhood, she was relentlessly upbeat.


Asked to describe her personality, Abdi said, "She was a very energetic girl. She never got tired. She wanted to have fun all the time."


She was proud of the fact that she did not have to ask her family for money, and from what she told Abdi, McNair also liked her independence.


"He liked her so much because they would go shopping and stuff and she would want to spend her own money," Abdi said. "The reason he said he loves her is because she's not trying to use him like other girls. She was different from other girls he had been with."


But police say Kazemi was spiraling out of control in the days just before killing McNair and taking her own life — although there was no suicide note.


Police said she had recently begun to suspect McNair was seeing another young woman. Kazemi had even followed that woman home, although she did not confront her.


And she was starting to get into financial trouble. Her roommate had recently moved out, doubling her rent. And she was making payments on a Kia as well as a Cadillac Escalade that she had said was a gift from McNair. The title was in both of their names.


She had been pulled over for DUI in that Escalade two days before Fourth of July. She had posted an ad on Craigslist to sell her furniture because, according to Abdi, she planned to move in with McNair.


Later on that Thursday, Kazemi purchased a 9 mm semiautomatic pistol for $100 from a man in the parking lot of the mall where she worked. The next day she told an associate, "My life is a ball of s--- and I should just end it."


That may be the last clue to what motivated her actions after she left work early and ended up at McNair's condo.


As police chief Ronal Serpas said, "It will never be known exactly what was on Kazemi's mind early Saturday morning."

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It's a wierd coincidence that the officer who busted her for DUI is the same one who busted McNair some 6 years ago. McNair beat the rap and I believe the officer was disciplined for some improper procedures. Then this chick gets nailed and McNair leaves her there to contend with the situation on her own. I'd love to know what her and the cop talked about after McNair left the scene :wacko:




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