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To: FTJM
The most suspicious element of this event is that McNair's apartment roommate found the bodies and apparently called a friend and nobody notified the police for 40 minutes.

What had to be cleaned up in that apartment before notifying the police?

It was the morning of the 4th of July and plenty of police were mere moments away in downtown Nashville which has a police precinct on Broadway not far from the death scene and a high profile police presence downtown.

When asked by a reporter if there was any indication the bodies had been moved when police arrived to investigate, police spokesman Don Aaron said there was no indication the bodies had been moved.

When asked whether there was any indication any evidence had been moved, Aaron hesitated and declined to answer the question.

As to the issue of "dirty details" of Steve McNair's private life being revealed, there is a simple reply:

If your private life is not full of dirty details, there won't be much to talk about.

11 posted on 07/08/2009 1:11:23 AM PDT by NoControllingLegalAuthority
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To: NoControllingLegalAuthority

Agreed, he roommate waiting and calling a friend if suspicious. I knew someone in a similar situation when a roommate killed himself in college and he waited to call 9/11 too. Why? He cleaned up the drugs from the guys room and apartment so the family and medics wouldn’t know. My initial reaction was that what McNair roommate was doing. It could also mean they were involved in drugs more than just for recreation. I read somewhere that McNair had been threatened previously although I’ve seen that corroborated.


15 posted on 07/08/2009 7:47:16 AM PDT by FTJM
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