Grand Jury Rejects McNair Case Reopening - WSMV News 4

Grand Jury Rejects McNair Case Reopening

Updated: June 18, 2010
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Less than a week after a former officer asked a grand jury to reopen the homicide case for former Tennessee Titan Steve McNair, they've turned him down.


Vincent Hill received a letter from the jury foreman stating there is "insufficient proof" to present the matter to the full grand jury.


Hill, who used to work for the Metro Police Department, disputed investigators' findings has published a book about his theories on the crime.


The investigation was closed after Metro investigators determined the 36-year-old quarterback was shot to death July 4, 2009, by his mistress, 20-year-old Sahel Kazemi, who then killed herself.


Hill told Channel 4 News he is disappointed by the grand jury's decision and still believes there is no proof a gun sale ever took place.


Hill resigned from the Nashville police in 2006 with a disciplinary action pending. He was accused of disobeying orders.

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