Mexico officials claim California attorney was shooing pigeons and died -widow says he was murdered

Mexican officials now claim the California defense attorney who fell to his death earlier this month was trying to shoo away noisy pigeons outside his hotel room – as his grief-stricken widow trashes those claims and insists he was violently murdered.

Elliot Blair, 33, was found dead at the Las Rocas Resort and Spa on Saturday outside the couple’s Rosarito Beach hotel room. Blair and his wife, Kimberly Williams had been celebrating their one-year wedding anniversary.

Baja California Attorney General Ricardo Ivan Carpio Sanchez called Blair’s fall from an open-air hallway ‘a terrible case.’ He alleged  Blair’s wife, Kimberly Williams told them her husband was drawn to the noisy birds outside their room located on the third-floor of the four-star resort, The Orange County Register reported. 

But, the Blair family angrily disputed those claims on Wednesday calling them ‘categorically false’ and insisted their loved one was killed in a brutal crime while dressed in a T-shirt, underwear…

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