Playbook to a Murder

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About the author:
Vincent Hill served with Nashville Police from July 2002 until September 2006. He resigned as the duties of being a single father outweighed the duties of being an officer. Vincent is currently a licensed private investigator in the state of TN. After the events of July 4th 2009, Vincent Hill contacted family members of both victims to address why the events of July 4th 2009 were more than the murder-suicide Nashville Police classified them as. Vincent Hill was personally hired by Lucille McNair to investigate the death and likely robbery of her son Steve McNair. This book details how Adrian Gilliam, the "perfect stranger" who "sold" the gun to Sahel Kazemi (according to police) was more involved with one of the victims than police detailed. Phone records and other evidence contradict Gilliam's involvement in the deaths of July 4th 2009. Nashville Police took the word of Gilliam as fact after giving him immunity. Gilliam however, was a convicted murderer and robber at the time of Steve McNair and Sahel Kazemi's murders. No proof of a gun sale has ever been produced, other than the word of the convicted felon Adrian Gilliam. Find out why Playbook to a Murder has been featured on National Radio, Dateline NBC twice and why Vincent Hill was featured on True Crime with Aphrodite Jones in November of 2013 discussing the case.

Playbook to a Murder

Authored by Mr Vincent T Hill

On July 4th 2009, the NFL lost one of its greatest players and the city of Nashville lost its biggest hero. Steve McNair was brutally murdered inside a small condominium less than a mile from Titans Stadium. Four children were left without a father and a wife became a widow. A family lost their beloved sister Sahel Kazemi, who became famous as the alleged murderer of Steve McNair. As tragic as the events of July 4th were, they pail in comparison to the faulty investigation by the Nashville Police Department. Playbook to a Murder is authored by former Nashville Police officer Vincent Hill. Hill details points of the investigation never released to the public.

Publication Date:
1453776478 / 9781453776476
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Full Color
Related Categories:
True Crime / Murder / General

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