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    Claude Tex McIver shot and killed his wife, Diana, and blamed Black Lives Matter protestors for frightening him

    http://www.people.com/article/claude...e-diane-in-car

    Atlanta Attorney Says He Accidentally Fatally Shot Wife as They Drove Home ? and Blames Black Lives Matter Protestors

    A prominent Atlanta attorney says he accidentally shot his executive wife in the back when a gun in his lap fired after their car hit a speed bump.

    Claud "Tex" McIver was in the back seat when he says his .38 snub-nose revolver went off, wounding his wife Diane who was seated in the front passenger seat. She died in surgery several hours later at Emory University Hospital last Monday. She was 63.

    McIver says he and his wife were being driven home by Diane's best friend when their Ford Explorer was approached by several individuals during a week in which there were many Black Lives Matter protests in the area, according to Bill Crane, a McIver family friend, who spoke to the The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Friday.

    Fearing they were about to be carjacked, McIver pulled out his gun from the center console as a precaution. McIver was falling asleep with the gun in his lap and has no recollection of pulling the trigger, Crane told the newspaper.

    The Atlanta Police Department released an incident report on Wednesday as the Fulton County Medical Examiner revealed Diane died of a gunshot wound to the back that had passed through the seat. Authorities said the incident remains under investigation.

    Following the incident, Crane told the AJC that McIver "is under extreme duress. Trauma."

    Diane was president of the Atlanta-based marketing company Corey Airport Services, where she had worked for 43 years. Employees described her as a "passionate leader and prominent businesswoman" on the company's Facebook page.

    Tex is a partner at law firm Fisher Phillips, and is on the advisory committee of the American Bar Association's Standing Committee on Gun Violence.
    http://www.dailykos.com/story/2016/9...k-Lives-Matter

    He says he took the gun, which was inexplicably wrapped in a plastic grocery bag, and put it on his lap. Somehow, despite all his overwhelming fear, he then fell asleep again. They were driving down Piedmont Avenue in Midtown when, he says, they hit a bump, which caused the gun in his lap to discharge. The bullet struck his wife in the back.

    Nothing?and I mean nothing? about this story makes sense. As an Atlanta native, I can tell you there are some gaping holes in this recall. The incident occurred around 12:30 AM on Monday, so it seems unlikely that McIver so feared "unrest" from protests that happened on Friday and Saturday. What's more, according to all the local reports, those protests were peaceful and organized and there was no indication of any "unrest" or violence. The protests were also happening at Lenox Square, which is located in McIver's Buckhead neighborhood.

    But even if his fears were real, that doesn?t make them any less racist. His carjacking fear was completely unfounded. Notice that there did not seem to be any interaction between the vehicle and people that McIver "perceived as threatening." Edgewood is a trendy, popular neighborhood in Atlanta. It's gentrifying rapidly, but the neighborhood is still primarily black. The phrase "perceived as threatening" is a dog whistle if I've ever heard one. It?s very hard to believe that McIver felt so nervous that he had to pull out his gun. And it?s remarkable that a man could shoot his wife in the back and still manage to blame his actions on his fear of black people.

    Even without his bizarre Black Lives Matter/black people excuse, there?s still more about this story that doesn?t make sense. McIver apparently fell asleep again in the backseat, but if he was worried enough to pull out his gun, wouldn't he be worried enough to at least stay awake? And why was the gun pointed directly at his wife's back? Was there no lock on the gun or safety precautions of any kind? How did they encounter a road bump serious enough to cause a gun to discharge on one of Atlanta's most popular roads, a road which has no speed bumps?

    The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported that, "[T]he driver took the injured woman to a hospital on Clifton Road, 4 1/2 miles away. Piedmont Hospital is less than half that distance from the shooting scene." Why wouldn?t McIver take his wife somewhere closer? At that point she was still alive. She died later that morning during surgery.
    Update: The Atlanta Police Department has confirmed via police report that ?the circumstances of this shooting are still under investigation.?


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    http://www.ajc.com/news/local/atlant...I94xnIr9J0zcL/


    The Atlanta Police Department has said almost nothing about the case, which involves two prominent residents. They declined to elaborate on Friday.

    They released an incident report of the shooting on Wednesday, more than two days after officers responded to a call of a gunshot victim at the university hospital.

    “This is one of those situations we’re working through very slowly,” police Sgt. Warren Pickard said. “We want to get it right.”

    The police report did not list who was in the SUV, other than Diane McIver. An officer talked to the driver, but didn’t include in the report what the driver said. Nor did the report say why the driver took the injured woman to a hospital on Clifton Road, 4 ? miles away. Piedmont Hospital is less than half that distance from the shooting scene.

    Diane McIver, whom one associate described as “extremely intellectual,” made a successful career as president of Corey Airport Services, an Atlanta-based marketing company.

    Her husband, a partner in his firm, is vice president of the Georgia State Election Board. In August, he assumed another seat on another board. The American Bar Association appointed him to the advisory committee of the association’s Standing Committee on Gun Violence.


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    This doesn't make sense to me. Since he was sitting in the back seat w the gun in his lap, wouldn't you naturally lay it down so it would be facing the back seat door? No matter which door you're sitting by it seems like it still would be facing a door. Esp if you're in fear for life you'd wanna be able to grab it easily. With the gun facing the front seat, it just seems like an awkward angle to grab it from. The gun facing toward the front seat doesn't make sense.
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    Yes this entire story sounds like bs.

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    So have I got this right? She's in the front with her "best friend" driving.

    Husband "accidentally" shoots her from the back seat.

    Her "best friend" then inexplicably drives the critically injured wife & the "accidental" shooter husband to a more distant hospital than necessary & is presumably supporting Hubby's "bump on the road" story.


    Hmmm.

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    This is an account from a family member
    He said the McIvers were driving back from their Putnam County farm to their Buckhead condo Sunday night and got off the interstate to avoid traffic.

    The spokesman said the McIvers had a driver. Diane McIver was in the front passenger seat and Tex McIver was in the back.

    As they came close to the intersection of Peachtree and Pine, near the homeless shelter, the spokesman says they were approached by several individuals and they were afraid they were going to get carjacked so the McIvers retrieved a pistol out of the center console. The gun was still wrapped in a Publix grocery bag.

    Nothing happened and they drove away, but several blocks later, on Piedmont Avenue, the spokesperson says their car hit a bump and the gun went off, striking Diane McIver in the back.

    The spokesman said Tex McIver was holding the pistol in his lap when it discharged.

    He said the McIvers didn't call 911 because they didn?t think it was a life-threatening wound and felt they could get to the hospital quickly on their own. Despite being farther away than other hospitals, they decided to go to Emory University Hospital in DeKalb because Diane McIver's physicians were there. The spokesman said they called ahead to let the hospital know they were coming.

    The spokesman also said Emory surgeons were waiting for them when they arrived.

    Diane McIver was president at U.S. Enterprises Inc, the parent company of Corey Airport Services. Her photograph is posted prominently on Corey's big smokestack overlooking the connector.


    The spokesman said Tex McIver is traumatized by what happened and is grieving the loss of his wife
    http://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/atla...dent/452215841



    The Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office is listing the shooting death of a prominent Atlanta executive a homicide even as the investigation into her death continues.
    http://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/atla...cide/451871182

    Tex McIver, who is vice chairman of the Georgia State Election Board, practices labor and employment law. He also was recently appointed to the advisory committee of the American Bar Association's Standing Committee on Gun Violence.
    http://www.dailyreportonline.com/id=...20160903044825
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    Quote Originally Posted by bermstalker View Post
    Why do they keep saying 'The McIver's' pulled out the gun,didn't call 911,etc instead of Mr.McIver?
    The spokesperson also said they had a driver instead of saying a friend drove them.
    They also said the gun was 'still' in a publix grocery bag,like thats where they got it or something.
    I found that article strange.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily Rivers View Post
    Why do they keep saying 'The McIver's' pulled out the gun,called 911,etc instead of Mr.McIver?
    The spokesperson also said they had a driver instead of saying a friend drove them.
    They also said the gun was 'still' in a publix grocery bag,like thats where they got it or something.
    I found that article strange.
    This person is their 'spokesperson'. He is trying to put the best spin on this turd that he can. I am guessing he is trying to distance Mr. McIver and the driver friend from each other with his description. My personal theory is that Tex and the driver may have been in a relationship with each other.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily Rivers View Post
    Why do they keep saying 'The McIver's' pulled out the gun,didn't call 911,etc instead of Mr.McIver?
    The spokesperson also said they had a driver instead of saying a friend drove them.
    They also said the gun was 'still' in a publix grocery bag,like thats where they got it or something.
    I found that article strange.
    It would be wrapped in a bag to muffle the noise when it bounced around in the counsel. If it was in the center counsel, I'd assume she (in the front seat) pulled it out and handed it back to him.
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    http://www.ajc.com/news/local/tex-mc...upVrD8MHrm5SO/

    Tex McIver surrenders at Fulton jail after being charged in wife’s death

    Atlanta attorney Claud “Tex” McIver turned himself in at the Fulton County jail Wednesday night after Atlanta police charged him with involuntary manslaughter and reckless conduct in the shooting death of his wife, businesswoman Diane McIver.

    McIver shot his wife in the back as the couple rode in their SUV near Piedmont Park, late on the night of Sept. 25. He was in the back seat and she in the front when his .38-caliber revolver discharged. She died later that night at the hospital.

    McIver has said the shooting was an accident. Atlanta police have been investigating for the better part of three months.

    The involuntary manslaughter charge is a felony, police said. The reckless conduct charge is a misdemeanor.

    “This has completely destroyed his life,” John “Spike” McIver, Tex’s brother, told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution this morning. “This was his life mate. They were inseparable. This was a horrible accident.”

    Spike McIver said his brother called him last night to say that he’d heard the warrants were being issued and that he was trying to arrange for booking at the jail.

    “He’s very depressed about it,” McIver said of his brother. “He keeps getting hit over and over from one direction and another. ... He’s upset that this is occurring on Christmas week. They could’ve waited, but they work in strange ways.”

    McIver’s attorney, Steve Maples, told the AJC that the charges don’t make sense to him.

    “We’re very, very disappointed,” Maples said. “We feel it was an accident. Hopefully the grand jury would dismiss it when they hear the evidence.

    “He was not doing anything in a reckless or negligent manner.”

    He described his client as “very, very embarrassed and very, very humiiliated” by the charges. “Tex said this was the second worst day of his life,” Maples said.

    He also noted that neither of the charges suggest that McIver had any malice toward his wife nor intent to cause her harm.

    Andrew Ward, a longtime friend of McIver’s, said Wednesday that the couple adored each other.“

    This was a tragic accident. If it has to go through court to prove that, so be it,” said Ward, who has known McIver for more than a decade. “He meant no harm to Diane. … I would not hesitate to be a witness in court to support their wonderful relationship.”

    Thursday will be McIver’s 74th birthday, his lawyer said.

    TIMELINE

    February 27, 1990: Three teenagers accuse Claud “Tex” McIver of firing shots into the air and into their Ford Mustang outside his DeKalb County home.

    May 1990: Tex McIver is indicted in DeKalb County on three counts of aggravated assault as well as other lesser charges in the shooting incident. Prosecutors would go on to drop the case after the parties decided to settle privately.

    July 31, 2000: Tex McIver and his first wife are divorced.

    November 2005: Tex McIver and Diane Smith are married.

    Sept. 25, 2016: Tex McIver shoots Diane in their SUV near Piedmont Park. She dies early the next morning at Emory University Hospital on Clifton Road.

    Sept. 26, 2016: An autopsy performed on Diane McIver determines she died of a gunshot wound to the back. The medical examiner declares the incident a homicide.

    Sept. 30. 2016: Bill Crane, a spokesman for Tex McIver, says the lawyer shot his wife accidentally after the Ford Expedition they were riding in hit a bump. Crane told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution the McIvers became alarmed and took their .38-caliber revolver from the console after individuals approached the vehicle. Crane said the McIvers were also worried about unrest surrounding recent Black Lives Matter protests in the area.

    Oct. 6, 2016: In his first public comments on the case, Tex McIver tells The AJC that the shooting was an accident. McIver’s lawyer, Stephen Maples, also says some details provided by Crane about the night of the shooting were wrong. Maples said there was never a concern about Black Lives Matter. And he disputes that the gun went off after the SUV struck a bump. Instead he says Tex McIver was startled awake and the gun, which was in his lap, went off.

    Oct. 24, 2016: State Sen. Vincent Fort, D-Atlanta, issues a letter to Senate leaders calling for the removal of Tex McIver as vice chairman of the state Board of Elections.

    Nov. 2, 2016: Dani Jo Carter, a friend of Diane McIver who was driving the couple the night of the shooting, speaks for the first time. Carter says the SUV was stopped when the gun went off.


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    I totally love how everything is about him. He is embarrassed, destroyed, humiliated. Eff his ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewitchingstorm View Post
    I totally love how everything is about him. He is embarrassed, destroyed, humiliated. Eff his ass.
    Come on! Give old Tex a break. This is the 2nd worst day of his life.
    How dare the police do this on Christmas week.

    He sounds like a classy guy.

    Earlier this month, Tex McIver held a four-day estate sale to unload many items from his wife’s lavish closet, including designer shoes and more than 100 fur coats, according to local media. Maples said McIver is the executor of his wife’s estate and the sale was a step toward settling her affairs.
    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/claud-te...hooting-death/

    Speculating-Tex and the driver (who's name is Dani Jo and she is BFF's with Diana) have both changed their stories many times. I bet Tex and Dani Jo were sexing it up and wanted to get Diana out of the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bermstalker View Post
    Come on! Give old Tex a break. This is the 2nd worst day of his life.
    How dare the police do this on Christmas week.

    He sounds like a classy guy.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/claud-te...hooting-death/

    Speculating-Tex and the driver (who's name is Dani Jo and she is BFF's with Diana) have both changed their stories many times. I bet Tex and Dani Jo were sexing it up and wanted to get Diana out of the way.
    This was my first thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    This person is their 'spokesperson'. He is trying to put the best spin on this turd that he can. I am guessing he is trying to distance Mr. McIver and the driver friend from each other with his description. My personal theory is that Tex and the driver may have been in a relationship with each other.
    Quote Originally Posted by bermstalker View Post

    Speculating-Tex and the driver (who's name is Dani Jo and she is BFF's with Diana) have both changed their stories many times. I bet Tex and Dani Jo were sexing it up and wanted to get Diana out of the way.
    That is exactly what I have been thinking for awhile now! There is more to this than they are letting on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    That is exactly what I have been thinking for awhile now! There is more to this than they are letting on.


    Think about it, he would need a witness to corroborate his story and who better than someone that was supposedly HER best friend in the car? If they both claimed it was accidental, it makes it look more plausible. And then to drive her to a hospital that was further away.

    Yeah. They were boinking and wanted her gone.
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    A well-known Atlanta attorney charged in the shooting death of his business executive wife owed her $350,000 at the time of her death, reports CBS affiliate WGCL.

    Claud ?Tex? McIver bonded out of jail on Dec. 23, two days after he was charged with felony involuntary manslaughter and misdemeanor reckless conduct in the Sept. 25 shooting of Diane McIver.

    Court documents show a business owned by Diane McIver loaned the suspect money in December 2011. He was supposed to pay her back with interest by December 2014.

    That never happened. Documents show he was given an extension to December 2017.

    Claud McIver?s attorney, Steve Maples, said the defendant maintains his innocence in the case. Maples confirmed the loan was made, but didn?t comment further. The couple kept their money in separate accounts, reports WGCL.
    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/...000/ar-BBxP1o2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Babe 73 View Post


    Think about it, he would need a witness to corroborate his story and who better than someone that was supposedly HER best friend in the car? If they both claimed it was accidental, it makes it look more plausible. And then to drive her to a hospital that was further away.

    Yeah. They were boinking and wanted her gone.
    Yep. Now it also looks like there was some money involved.

    I found this old interview of Dani Jo Carter (the BFF and driver)
    http://www.11alive.com/news/local/dr...eaks/347424475

    Ms. Dani Jo



    Her attorney says Carter met Diane 40 years ago when cutting her hair. He says the two were best friends but didn't speak for several years before reconnecting after a falling out.

    "There were some personal problems that were mixed in there," Davis said.

    CBS46 previously reported that Diane left money to several friends in her will and Carter was not one of them.



    Read more: http://www.cbs46.com/story/33635860/...#ixzz4UsmX82ZP
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    this whole story reeks of bullshit.

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    Claude's been a bad, bad boy it seems.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/charges-...t-an-accident/

    Charges: Attorney intentionally killed business exec wife, called it an accident

    Prosecutors say a prominent Atlanta attorney intentionally killed his business executive wife and tried to exert unlawful pressure on witnesses as authorities investigated the September shooting death.

    A grand jury indicted Claud "Tex" McIver on charges including malice murder and influencing witnesses in the death of Diane McIver, Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard said in an emailed statement Thursday.

    McIver has told local news media he was riding in a rear seat of an SUV on Sept. 25 when a gun he was holding discharged accidentally and the bullet hit his wife, who was sitting in the front passenger seat. She later died at a hospital.

    McIver's lawyer, Steve Maples, said his client has passed polygraph tests and has cooperated fully with police and the district attorney's office.

    "The indictment of Tex McIver is baseless and a blatant attempt to turn an accident into a homicide without a shred of evidence," Maples said in an emailed statement. "We will fight vigorously to prove Mr. McIver's innocence in a court of law."

    Police in December had charged McIver with felony involuntary manslaughter and a misdemeanor reckless conduct, and he was free on bond. Jail records show he was booked into jail again Wednesday, and local media report that his bond was revoked because investigators found a gun in his sock drawer while executing a search warrant at his condo, which violated a condition of his bond.

    Howard said the grand jury issued a "no bond" warrant for McIver's arrest.

    The indictment, dated Wednesday, says Tex McIver illegally tried to influence witnesses in the case.


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    Good for the grand jury.

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    Wow, how did I miss this one? What an absurd man.
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    If they have good evidence that he "illegally tried to influence witnesses in the case," then he's obvs ARROGANT enough to fuck up his own defense that it was an "accidental" shooting. Although his story was shady af, a well-funded defense very well could've gotten him acquitted. Also arrogant- violating his bond by keeping a gun in his sock drawer. What a prick.

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