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Steve McNair: Fall of a Titan

By Sports Illustrated

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Description

July 4, 2009. Former NFL quarterback Steve McNair is found murdered in his Nashville condo.  After just four days of investigating it was ruled a murder-suicide. But what if it wasn’t? Over the course of this nine-part series, we’ll guide you through the McNair case, reviewing the findings and re-examining crucial details in a new light.

Customer Reviews

Crap

This is the most ridiculous, useless journalism of all time. It’s simply a bunch of rumors with nothing to corroborate. Not sure why this documentary was actually made. Was looking forward to having some sort of evidence that might prove that something else happened that night. However this is just a pointless waste of time as there is absolutely no evidence brought forward during this documentary. SI I thought your standards were significantly higher than this.

Disgusting

This is one of the most irresponsible “True” Crime shows I’ve ever listened to. SI should be ashamed of themselves, but they clearly have no shame.

Horrible!

This “reporter” relies in sketchy characters like a PI who worked as a patrolman for 4 years and now holds himself out as an expert homicide detective. A kooky disgraced professor ( although why he got the boot isn’t discussed. Loys of rumors unsupported by fact that are then repeated as fact, particularly an alleged castration of the victim. This podcast is a disgrace for so many reasons; it’s not like the Wondery podcasts done by real reporters who deal in facts. Sports Illustrated should be ashamed to be associated with this offal. Steve McNair left four sons behind. The real circumstances of this murder are horrific enough without this trash being out there to cause the survivors more pain.

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  • Category: Sports & Recreation
  • Language: English

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