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Former Nashville Officer Wants Steve McNair Case Reopened

June 09, 2010  | 

Former Nashville officer Vincent Hill will present a report to a grand jury Friday asking police to reopen the murder-suicide case involving former NFL quarterback Steve McNair because he says "numerous errors" were made by investigators, ESPN.com reports.

Police ruled that the former McNair was shot dead in his sleep by his 20-year-old girlfriend, Sahel Kazemi, who then turned the gun on herself.

Hill contacted Kazemi's sisters and told them he didn't believe Sahel was the shooter.

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