Posted on | August 27, 2013 | 39 Comments
Nadia Cavner is a wealthy Missouri financial adviser who raised more than $100,000 for President Obama’s 2008 campaign and contributed $8,000 for Democrat Sen. Claire McCaskill.
Prosecutor Brian Coleman read a list of allegations during Friday’s court hearing. Coleman said Cavner’s daughter had a boyfriend when she attended Emory University in Atlanta, but they broke up and he moved to Memphis.
The man, identified only as P.M., then began dating someone else in Memphis, Coleman said.
From July 2011 to November 2011, Cavner harassed P.M. in efforts to get him to break up with his new girlfriend. Cavner had an employee send the ex-boyfriend an anonymous letter questioning his judgment for breaking up with her daughter.
Attempts at intimidation escalated when she asked private investigators to follow and conduct surveillance on the couple. The ex-boyfriend also received demeaning voicemails and a harassing letter in his mailbox at the University of Memphis, which he attended. . . .
Cavner then discussed the possibility of someone becoming violent with the ex-boyfriend, but not to the point of killing him.
“You know, break an arm or two,” Cavner is accused of saying.
Cavner also discussed a drive-by shooting to scare the couple. The drive-by would have been blamed on gang members, Coleman said.
Investigators eventually contacted the FBI. Prosecutors said Cavner spent $26,000 to harass her daughter’s ex-boyfriend. . . .
Moral of the Story: Never date a Democrat’s daughter. They’re crazy.