17 July 2009

Steve McNair Update: Convicted Felon Arrested For Selling Gun To Kazemi

The Associated Press is reporting the arrest by federal ATF agents of a convicted felon in Nashville, TN for allegedly providing the gun used by Sahel "Jenny" Kazemi in the July 4 murder/suicide. Adrian J. Gilliam Jr., 33, of LaVergne, Tenn., was arrested by agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives.

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Convicted felon sold McNair's girlfriend murder weapon

Police announced in a news conference last week that Kazemi purchased "a fully loaded nine millimeter pistol from a private individual" who met her in the parking lot of the mall where she worked as a waitress at a Dave & Busters restaurant. The same restaurant where McNair is reported to have first met her.

Kazemi met the man when she was trying to sell her car. She mentioned to him that she was looking to buy a gun and he told her he had one for sale, police said. The sale took place two days before McNair's shooting.

According to USA Today; McNair didn't leave a will and his widow Mechelle has filed court papers saying she and sons Tyler, 11, and Trenton, 6, are the heirs. Mechelle's probate filing also says she can't confirm whether the other two sons are actually his.

McNair earned more than $75 million during his 13-year NFL career with the Titans and Ravens, and the Tennessean says that so far no records have surfaced indicating he set up trust funds or completed any estate planning.



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