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07-04-2009, 05:28 PM
http://www.newschannel5.com/Global/story.asp?S=10643962


Steve McNair Found Shot To Death
Posted: July 4, 2009 03:07 PM
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Former Titans quarterback Steve McNair has been killed. Police said McNair suffered a fatal gunshot wound in downtown Nashville.
The incident happened at 2nd South & Lea Ave.

redsfandan
07-04-2009, 05:30 PM
Was just about to post this. Doesn't look like there's much info yet. Kinda surprised.

guttle11
07-04-2009, 05:33 PM
My goodness.

RIP.

WMR
07-04-2009, 05:35 PM
Jesus.

MrCinatit
07-04-2009, 05:39 PM
Yikes. This truly stinks.

BUTLER REDSFAN
07-04-2009, 05:40 PM
This is in "The Tavern" as well but for those who might not have seen it.

OnBaseMachine
07-04-2009, 05:47 PM
Former Ravens quarterback Steve McNair has been killed. Police said McNair suffered a fatal gunshot wound to the head in downtown Nashville. Police said it looked like a double homicide. A female victim was also found dead, reports CBS station WJZ-TV in Baltimore.

Police said it looked like a double homicide. A female victim was also found dead. Details were still unfolding.

http://wcbstv.com/topstories/Steve.McNair.shot.2.1071568.html

Wow, that's sad. :(

Tom Servo
07-04-2009, 05:50 PM
Wow.

reds1869
07-04-2009, 05:50 PM
Wow. Both celebrity deaths and multiple homicides seem to be on the rise lately.

robmadden1
07-04-2009, 05:50 PM
Former Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair has been killed, a source has confirmed to ESPN.com.

McNair, police said, suffered a fatal gunshot wound to the head in downtown Nashville. A female victim was also found dead, police spokesperson Don Aaron said. Aaron said the women has not been identified, pending notification of next of kin.

The incident happened near 2nd South & Lea Ave in Nashville.

McNair played 13 seasons in the NFL, 11 were with the Tennessee Titans. He played his final two years with the Baltimore Ravens, retiring after the 2007 season.

McNair was picked third overall in the 1995 draft out of Alcorn State by the then Houston Oilers.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=4306275

redsfandan
07-04-2009, 05:51 PM
This is what RotoWorld has so far:

Steve McNair has been found dead due to a fatal gunshot wound to the head, according to Nashville police.

Newschannel Five in Tennessee has the news first. McNair was found in downtown Nashville. Police said it looked like a double homicide. A woman was also found dead on the premises. We'll update more news when we have it, but it's a heart-stopping tragic story on our nation's birthday. Our condolences go out to McNair's family

robmadden1
07-04-2009, 05:52 PM
Former NFL quarterback Steve McNair has been found dead in Nashville, Tennesee, his brother tells CNN.

Tom Servo
07-04-2009, 06:05 PM
It was reported that his wife did it in a murder-suicide, but then that report was pulled back.


I sure hope Steve didn't pull any triggers.

Reds4Life
07-04-2009, 06:05 PM
Holy cow.

redsfandan
07-04-2009, 06:06 PM
I don't want to speculate. It could've been anything. Until there are concrete reports it's just a guessing game.

robmadden1
07-04-2009, 06:10 PM
They are talking with Derrick Mason on ESPN. He played 10 seaons with Steve McNair.

robmadden1
07-04-2009, 06:17 PM
Ex-NFL QB McNair found shot to death in condo


Former NFL quarterback Steve McNair was found shot to death Saturday, multiple media outlets reported.

A woman was also found shot to death with McNair in a Nashville condominium in an apparent double homicide.

A public information officer with the Nashville police, Don Aaron, confirmed the death.

McNair played 11 seasons in the NFL with the Tennessee Titans franchise and then spent two seasons with the Baltimore Ravens.

He was a three-time Pro Bowler and was the Co-AP NFL MVP in 2003.

MORE TO COME

http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/9765822/Ex-NFL-QB-McNair-found-shot-to-death-in-condo

Caveat Emperor
07-04-2009, 06:25 PM
Wow -- that's absolutely shocking. McNair was a helluva player and one of the toughest QBs I think I've ever watched.

Such a sad end to things for him.

redsfandan
07-04-2009, 06:27 PM
This really does stink. He was probably one of the more respected and liked players. It's a shame that he's gone at such a young age.

GIDP
07-04-2009, 06:33 PM
Ill wait for details.

CrackerJack
07-04-2009, 07:48 PM
Wow, always liked him as a QB. I remember him killing the Bengals' with those high lobs to Mason.

AccordinglyReds
07-04-2009, 08:57 PM
Wow. McNair was one of my favorites, and I'm not that involved with NFL. He always seemed to enjoy the game and give it his all...

Sad news. :(

cincrazy
07-05-2009, 12:53 AM
I read on sportsline.com that McNair was shot multiple times, the girl once in the head, and his wife is not currently a suspect.

Regardless of what happened, a horrible tragedy. RIP

Edit: Also, the girl he was found dead with apparently had one bullet to the head, and the police are currently not looking for a suspect. So apparently he was murdered by the girl he was found with, who wasn't his wife. REALLY sad for his wife... how terrible. Can just one professional athlete be faithful to his wife? NO WAY does the guy deserve to die, and I'm sure he really was a great guy. It's just disappointing that these guys put themselves in this situation, in harms way.

robmadden1
07-05-2009, 02:06 AM
LATimes: Updated: Police reportedly treating slaying of ex-NFL star Steve McNair as a murder-suicide; gun found near woman's body http://bit.ly/IvdGU

Slyder
07-05-2009, 01:17 PM
Anyone think this COULD be a case that this girl was a friend but was psycho and/or drunk/high and didnt take no for an answer? Or a case like Selena?

nate
07-05-2009, 01:26 PM
Dunno if someone mentioned this or not but it's been reported on the local news here that the girl was stopped a couple of days ago in the SUV with Steve for DUI. When the cops asked her if she had been drinking, she said no, she was "high."

JaxRed
07-05-2009, 01:27 PM
Anyone think this COULD be a case that this girl was a friend but was psycho and/or drunk/high and didnt take no for an answer? Or a case like Selena?


No.

WVRed
07-06-2009, 12:42 AM
No.

What he said.

Sounds like she probably wanted hush money and didn't get it. If that were the case, going to the Mrs. might be the better option. At least you might still be alive (assuming the Mrs. doesn't kill her) or not rotting in the slammer for the rest of your life.

cumberlandreds
07-06-2009, 08:59 AM
McNair found his Fatal Attraction. Its such a shame these guys will throw away what probably was a good marriage and family and a lifetime of happiness for a fling with another woman. The real tragedy is the family that is left behind and what they will have to deal with.

JaxRed
07-06-2009, 09:37 AM
Turns out she was from Jax. Her family is saying that Steve had been telling her that he was gonna get divorced and marry her. She probably found out that wasn't gonna happen.

flyer85
07-06-2009, 10:06 AM
sad. 4 kids lost their dad because he was only thinking about one person.

Jpup
07-06-2009, 11:41 AM
Steve McNair was my favorite football player ever and it has truly been a sad weekend for me. McNair was the toughest guy I have ever witnessed in sports. He gave everything he had and left it all on the field every time he went out there. I'll remember him for all the joy he gave me every Sunday afternoon for many years. My heart goes out to his family and many friends and former teammates. He was loved in this part of the country by a lot of people. He was the first real football hero in the mid-South. He did a lot on the field and even more, for a lot of folks, off the field.

It's very unfortunate regarding the circumstances of his death. I truly hope everyone realizes that people make mistakes. No matter, he did not deserve to die as he served as a great inspiration to many many people in Nashville and all over this area.

It's a sad time for Titans fans.

cincrazy
07-06-2009, 02:33 PM
McNair found his Fatal Attraction. Its such a shame these guys will throw away what probably was a good marriage and family and a lifetime of happiness for a fling with another woman. The real tragedy is the family that is left behind and what they will have to deal with.

Agreed. All of the glowing accounts of McNair have been nice, but are they necessary? I suspect his wife doesn't feel like browsing through them right now. She was busy at home raising four kids, while he was busy running the countryside with a 20 year old psychopath.

He didn't deserve to die. His death is still sad. But painting him as a hero after his tragic death just doesn't sit well with me.

flyer85
07-06-2009, 02:41 PM
I am not buying the murder/suicide yet.

Rather unusual circumstances. a distraught 20 year old female shoots a seated Mcnair with 4 accurate shots(didn't miss) and then saves a bullet for herself. Highly unusual for a female to do this.

Jpup
07-06-2009, 03:00 PM
Agreed. All of the glowing accounts of McNair have been nice, but are they necessary? I suspect his wife doesn't feel like browsing through them right now. She was busy at home raising four kids, while he was busy running the countryside with a 20 year old psychopath.

He didn't deserve to die. His death is still sad. But painting him as a hero after his tragic death just doesn't sit well with me.

He was a hero to a lot of people. It's not painting him as something he wasn't. Steve McNair meant a lot to many people. Focusing on his private life after his death is a little cruel IMO. I'm biased because I basically watched him overcome so much while with the Titans. His life after football, the private part, should not be how he is remembered. No matter what mistakes he made, he did a whole lot of good.

Such as society today with the tabloid media, we focus on the negative from someone who has done so many positives.

bucksfan2
07-06-2009, 03:38 PM
He was a hero to a lot of people. It's not painting him as something he wasn't. Steve McNair meant a lot to many people. Focusing on his private life after his death is a little cruel IMO. I'm biased because I basically watched him overcome so much while with the Titans. His life after football, the private part, should not be how he is remembered. No matter what mistakes he made, he did a whole lot of good.

Such as society today with the tabloid media, we focus on the negative from someone who has done so many positives.

Its a shame that so many athletes are held up as heroes in America. McNair was a good football player who was tough as nails. He played hard every Sunday and I guess you can say that is admirable. He had a skill that very few in the world possess which enabled him to play football for a living. But IMO he is not a hero. Hero's to me are the fathers and mothers who go to work everyday when they don't feel good. They bypass their time in order to make their family happy. A hero to me is a father of 4 who goes to work while undergoing cancer treatments because that is what is best for his family.

McNair wasn't a hero to me nor, from the sound of it, was he a good husband or father. While in no means did he deserve to die for any of his transgressions, we just can't act as if they didn't happen.

texasdave
07-06-2009, 04:15 PM
A twist in the tale?

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ap-mcnairkilled&prov=ap&type=lgns


Steve McNair’s(notes) 20-year-old girlfriend bought a gun a couple of days before she was found dead alongside the slain former NFL quarterback, her relative said Monday.
Farzin Abdi said police told him about the gun purchase by his aunt Sahel Kazemi, who was raised with him like a sister. Kazemi and McNair were found dead on Saturday in a Nashville condominium leased by the former Titans star.

Abdi said police told him they are almost sure Kazemi was the shooter, but the 27-year-old nephew said he doesn’t believe she would do it. Abdi didn’t know what day of the week the gun was purchased or what type of gun it was.

“There was no way she was depressed and wanting to do this,” he said. “She was so happy. … She just had it made, you know, (with) this guy taking care of everything.”

Nashville police didn’t immediately have a response to Abdi’s comments.

Abdi said Kazemi believed McNair was divorcing his wife and she was preparing to sell her furniture to move in with him.

flyer85
07-06-2009, 04:16 PM
Its a shame that so many athletes are held up as heroes in America. McNair was a good football player who was tough as nails. He played hard every Sunday and I guess you can say that is admirable. He had a skill that very few in the world possess which enabled him to play football for a living. But IMO he is not a hero. Hero's to me are the fathers and mothers who go to work everyday when they don't feel good. They bypass their time in order to make their family happy. A hero to me is a father of 4 who goes to work while undergoing cancer treatments because that is what is best for his family.

McNair wasn't a hero to me nor, from the sound of it, was he a good husband or father. While in no means did he deserve to die for any of his transgressions, we just can't act as if they didn't happen.narcissism is rampant in this day. A lot of people don't really care about how their actions might impact anyone other than themselves.

Razor Shines
07-06-2009, 04:26 PM
A twist in the tale?

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ap-mcnairkilled&prov=ap&type=lgns

Sounds like she possibly found out that he had no intention of divorcing his wife and moving in with her. Just the way it looks to me. To me that's not really a twist it's more of a confirmation of what everyone has thought all along.

BuckeyeRedleg
07-06-2009, 05:00 PM
“There was no way she was depressed and wanting to do this,” he said. “She was so happy. … She just had it made, you know, (with) this guy taking care of everything.”

Uhh, would she still be "so happy" and feel like "she had it made" if McNair broke it off and decided to no longer take care of her?

WVRed
07-06-2009, 05:08 PM
Sounds like she possibly found out that he had no intention of divorcing his wife and moving in with her. Just the way it looks to me. To me that's not really a twist it's more of a confirmation of what everyone has thought all along.

Just so we are clear, why would a former NFL quarterback, who probably has more money set back in retirement than many of us have in our savings and checking accounts combined, sell his house and move in with a girl that he is having an affair with? I could be wrong, if this girl made more money than McNair.

Girl smells kinda fruit loops to me.

cincrazy
07-06-2009, 05:16 PM
He was a hero to a lot of people. It's not painting him as something he wasn't. Steve McNair meant a lot to many people. Focusing on his private life after his death is a little cruel IMO. I'm biased because I basically watched him overcome so much while with the Titans. His life after football, the private part, should not be how he is remembered. No matter what mistakes he made, he did a whole lot of good.

Such as society today with the tabloid media, we focus on the negative from someone who has done so many positives.

I can understand your emotions right now, and I respect them. It's just really disappointing to me. I think McNair was different than all the rest, and I was wrong. I'm not saying he didn't have a good heart. I'm not saying he was a bad father to his children.

But he was irresponsible, and it eventually led to his untimely death. If athletes spent more time not being jackasses, fewer of them would die. That's the sad, but awful, truth.

Jpup
07-06-2009, 05:24 PM
Its a shame that so many athletes are held up as heroes in America. McNair was a good football player who was tough as nails. He played hard every Sunday and I guess you can say that is admirable. He had a skill that very few in the world possess which enabled him to play football for a living. But IMO he is not a hero. Hero's to me are the fathers and mothers who go to work everyday when they don't feel good. They bypass their time in order to make their family happy. A hero to me is a father of 4 who goes to work while undergoing cancer treatments because that is what is best for his family.

McNair wasn't a hero to me nor, from the sound of it, was he a good husband or father. While in no means did he deserve to die for any of his transgressions, we just can't act as if they didn't happen.

I would say McNair went to work every day and did not feel good, but to say that the only admirable thing he did was play football is not reality. He spent thousands and thousands of dollars on taking care of those who needed it. He spent thousands on football camps for children. By all accounts, he was a good father and husband until this unfortunate transgression. He donated a ton of money and time to various causes. So, to say, that he should not be a role model to those that he helped is not reality either.

He was not a "hero" to me, but he was to a lot of people. He was a part of the fabric of Nashville, TN. He made a large mistake, but it was not his fault that he was killed. The fault lies with the one who pulled the trigger. I am not convinced that this 20 year old girl did it, but stranger things have happened. We do not know all the circumstances surrounding his marriage or his children. To pretend otherwise is a mistake. I'm not saying to complete overlook the mistake, but to base an opinion of Steve McNair's life on one mistake is wrong.

The Cowboy
07-06-2009, 05:57 PM
If that were Michael Jordan, what would people say then? I mean hes the most beloved athlete to ever play any sport in my era (along with Tiger) and he had a publicized divorce with Juanita because he had been cheating numerous times and dished out millions of dollars in hush money.. We seem to forget that.. To denounce what Steve McNair has done as a person because he was unfaithful is wrong.. Noone knows how the family is at home.. Take my family for instance, my dad and mom have been married for a long time, yet my dad hasnt slept in the sdame bedroom as my mother in probably 5 years.. They finally split about 6 months ago.. Still arent divorced but my father is currently seeing another women.. Is that wrong?? Im not for sure.. Maybe him and his wife have had rocky times together.. Doesnt make him a bad guy.. Steve McNair was one of the classiest people to ever play the game of football.. I always remember the story of how and why he bought the house that he did for his mother.. To me, this is a more tragic death than Jacko's death, by far..

Hoosier Red
07-06-2009, 06:05 PM
Just so we are clear, why would a former NFL quarterback, who probably has more money set back in retirement than many of us have in our savings and checking accounts combined, sell his house and move in with a girl that he is having an affair with? I could be wrong, if this girl made more money than McNair.

Girl smells kinda fruit loops to me.

It was written poorly, but I think it was the other way around.

She believed he was going to marry her, so she was selling all of her furniture to move in with him.

savafan
07-08-2009, 07:05 PM
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090708/ap_on_sp_fo_ne/fbn_mcnair_killed

By LUCAS L. JOHNSON II, Associated Press Writer Lucas L. Johnson Ii, Associated Press Writer 6 mins ago

NASHVILLE, Tenn. Former NFL star Steve McNair was shot dead in his sleep last week by a 20-year-old girlfriend distraught about mounting financial problems and her belief that he was seeing someone else, police said Wednesday.

Sahel Kazemi "was spinning out of control" when she shot McNair four times as he dozed on a sofa early Saturday, then turned the gun on herself, Police Chief Ronal Serpas said.

Interviews with friends revealed that she was making payments on two cars, her rent was doubling and she suspected the married McNair was having a second affair with another young woman.

She told a friend on Friday that "My life is a ball of s--- and I should end it," Serpas said.

Police earlier had labeled McNair's death a homicide, but waited for further tests and the revelations about Kazemi's personal problems before concluding that she pulled the trigger of a 9 mm semiautomatic pistol in a condominium McNair rented with a friend.

McNair, 36, a quarterback for the Tennessee Titans most of his career, met Kazemi six months ago at a sports cafe where she was a waitress and his family often ate. She seemed happy and eager to build a life with him, but something went wrong.

"We do know that she was clearly sending a message during the last five to seven days of her life that things were going bad quickly," Serpas said, though there was no indication she told anyone she planned to harm McNair.

Serpas said detectives learned that Kazemi recently found out about another young woman she thought McNair was romantically involved with and had even followed that woman home, though she did not confront her.

Serpas said police believe McNair was asleep when he was killed because there were no defensive wounds. After shooting McNair in the head, Kazemi apparently shot him twice in the chest before shooting him again in the head.

Before shooting herself, she sat next to his body and "tried to stage it so she would fall in his lap," Serpas said. She did, but her body slid to the floor and ended up at McNair's feet. The gun was found underneath her.

Kazemi's family told reporters that the woman was so confident McNair was divorcing his wife of 12 years that she was preparing to sell her furniture and move in with him.

But associate Mike Mu, who has worked with McNair's charitable association for years, said earlier Wednesday that McNair's wife, Mechelle McNair, "didn't know who this girl is." No records of divorce proceedings have surfaced. The McNairs have four children.

Two days before the shooting, police stopped Kazemi driving a Cadillac Escalade sport utility vehicle that McNair had given her for her birthday in May.

According to an arrest affidavit, Kazemi had bloodshot eyes and alcohol on her breath. She refused a breath test and told an officer "she was not drunk, she was high." She was charged with DUI. McNair was with her but not charged. He later made her bail.

Police are awaiting toxicology reports on both bodies.

Serpas said that even though both her name and McNair's were on the Cadillac's title, she was apparently responsible for making payments. She was also making payments on another car after she couldn't sell it.

Kazemi had no history of violence, but "on the last several days of her life it's obvious that she made some very poor decisions," Serpas said.

Mechelle McNair has not spoken publicly since the shooting. Bishop Joseph W. Walker III of Mount Zion Baptist Church, which the McNairs have attended since moving to Nashville in 1997, said Wednesday that she is doing as well as can be expected.

"Her faith is what's sustaining her now," he said. "We haven't talked about the circumstances of his death. She is processing it in a private way. It's obviously devastating on so many levels."

A memorial service is set for Thursday night in Nashville, with the funeral Saturday in his native Mississippi.

The four-time Pro Bowl quarterback was being remembered Wednesday at the stadium where he played much of his career. The Tennessee Titans opened LP Field for fans to watch video highlights of McNair's 13-year NFL career and look at photos of the quarterback. There was also a book for them to write messages that will be given to the family.

McNair was known as "Air McNair" for his passing prowess at Alcorn State in Mississippi. In 2000, he helped lead the Titans to the Super Bowl, where they ended up a yard short of a touchdown on the last play of the game when they trailed by seven points.

He spent the last two seasons with the Baltimore Ravens before retiring from the NFL last year.

http://image.examiner.com/images/blog/wysiwyg/image/stevemcnair.jpg

BuckeyeRed27
07-08-2009, 07:36 PM
Wow...that is the definition of going off the deep end right there.

Sad.

Razor Shines
07-09-2009, 10:50 AM
According to an arrest affidavit, Kazemi had bloodshot eyes and alcohol on her breath. She refused a breath test and told an officer "she was not drunk, she was high." She was charged with DUI. McNair was with her but not charged. He later made her bail.

So the dude was not only cheating on his wife with who knows how many women he was also down with riding around with people who were baked. Good thing she didn't hit any of those under privileged kids he had helped. I have more sympathy for her than him and I feel slightly ill thinking about his wife and kids having to deal with this.

Jpup
07-10-2009, 02:43 PM
So the dude was not only cheating on his wife with who knows how many women he was also down with riding around with people who were baked. Good thing she didn't hit any of those under privileged kids he had helped. I have more sympathy for her than him and I feel slightly ill thinking about his wife and kids having to deal with this.

I think she pulled the trigger. get real.

GIDP
07-10-2009, 02:45 PM
Steve McNair clearly wasnt a saint.

On the other hand this just proves that all women are nuts and you are better off killing them and getting a friend to hide the body instead of just breaking up with them.

Eric_the_Red
07-10-2009, 04:06 PM
Steve McNair clearly wasnt a saint.

On the other hand this just proves that all women are nuts and you are better off killing them and getting a friend to hide the body instead of just breaking up with them.


Worked for OJ.

Jpup
07-10-2009, 04:14 PM
Those that are interested can watch the memorial service here:

http://www.newschannel5.com/Global/story.asp?S=10673554

Click on the video links down the left side of the page, starting at the bottom of the featured videos for the correct order.

For those that want to continue to bring up McNair's mistakes, you might want to listen to those clips featuring Bishop Walker. Let us without sin, cast the first stone. It's time to put down the stones and remember the things that this man contributed in his life.

Hoosier Red
07-10-2009, 04:15 PM
So the dude was not only cheating on his wife with who knows how many women he was also down with riding around with people who were baked. Good thing she didn't hit any of those under privileged kids he had helped. I have more sympathy for her than him and I feel slightly ill thinking about his wife and kids having to deal with this.

"Let he who is without sin throw the first stone."

Newport Red
07-10-2009, 05:09 PM
"Let he who is without sin throw the first stone."

That would make for a lousy message board.

BuckeyeRed27
07-10-2009, 06:48 PM
Steve McNair clearly wasnt a saint.

On the other hand this just proves that all women are nuts and you are better off killing them and getting a friend to hide the body instead of just breaking up with them.

:laugh:

TC81190
07-10-2009, 07:20 PM
So the dude was not only cheating on his wife with who knows how many women he was also down with riding around with people who were baked. Good thing she didn't hit any of those under privileged kids he had helped. I have more sympathy for her than him and I feel slightly ill thinking about his wife and kids having to deal with this.
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_mJ4lc_Q9Q6k/SbqQ2scWIoI/AAAAAAAAcP0/NHNOiAbjmYU/s400/futurama_fry_looking_squint.jpg

texasdave
07-10-2009, 07:46 PM
"Let he who is without sin throw the first stone."

"Tears don't mean anything until they fall from the eyes of angel."

Razor Shines
07-10-2009, 07:58 PM
I think she pulled the trigger. get real.

Yeah, a young girl he was clearly taking advantage of and toying with her emotions. Of course she isn't blameless and she is also responsible for her own actions, but Steve should have realized that he had a large hand in creating Ms. Crazy. I really don't have much sympathy for either of them, but again I have an incredible amount of sympathy for Steve's family.

I understand why you feel the way you do. I bet that if it was me in your position and this had been Peyton Manning, I'd probably react in a similar way.

Razor Shines
07-10-2009, 08:05 PM
"Let he who is without sin throw the first stone."

Right. Saying that I don't have much sympathy for him is the same as stoning him. I guess now a days to keep people from thinking that you're "stoning" someone you not only have to not stone them, but you also have to go the opposite direction and lob large helpings of "hero" on that person.

Joseph
07-10-2009, 08:55 PM
He's clearly not a saint as stated, but why would anyone feel sorry for her? She made the decisions that put her in that situation. I have no 'sympathy' for either person. It's a tragic event and I'm saddened that the events unfolded to result in the death of two human beings, but I don't feel sorry that she elected to fool around with a married man and that she elected to allegedly sell her furniture and had money problems. We all got problems, we all don't go around killing people as a result.

WVRed
07-10-2009, 11:15 PM
He's clearly not a saint as stated, but why would anyone feel sorry for her? She made the decisions that put her in that situation. I have no 'sympathy' for either person. It's a tragic event and I'm saddened that the events unfolded to result in the death of two human beings, but I don't feel sorry that she elected to fool around with a married man and that she elected to allegedly sell her furniture and had money problems. We all got problems, we all don't go around killing people as a result.

I really wonder how close McNair and his wife really were.

If a guy has a wife, is cheating on his wife with another girl (and there are pictures to validate it), and cheating on that girl with another girl, essentially two girlfriends, and is living with the first girl in Nashville, my question is how did his wife NOT know about it?

I honestly think their marriage wasn't as solid as a lot of people would have liked to think and as long as the NFL retirement money was coming in she was happy. JMO.

Jpup
07-12-2009, 04:05 AM
I really wonder how close McNair and his wife really were.

If a guy has a wife, is cheating on his wife with another girl (and there are pictures to validate it), and cheating on that girl with another girl, essentially two girlfriends, and is living with the first girl in Nashville, my question is how did his wife NOT know about it?

I honestly think their marriage wasn't as solid as a lot of people would have liked to think and as long as the NFL retirement money was coming in she was happy. JMO.

McNair was not living with her. Either way, you have a good point and it's something I believed all along. If McNair had been seen all over the place with other women, his wife would have known IMO. Maybe I'm wrong and in the end, it doesnt matter anymore.

The whole thing is disappointing and sad. The truth is that it was his time to go and nothing really could have prevented it. ...I think. :(

savafan
07-18-2009, 12:42 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHI4P91ARNE