chris benoit

bells are ringing in my head. i don't see how all the info. so far could add up to chris killing them. something is fishy, and i don't think he did it. i think there is another person involved.comeon cops get this one right.why would he kill them? too many questions???????????? i've watched and seen in person alot of wrestling including chris benoit and it worries me that everyone is assuming the worst of him....sad reality.why would he tye his wife up?why suffocate his son? why the bibles? why be so neat about hangin yourself??????

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Submitted by Concerned Citizen on Fri, 06/29/2007 - 5:51pm.

He killed her because he was taking steroids, he probably flew into a rage and killed her. I agree the rage would not last all weekend, just enough time to fly into a rage and kill his wife, then the guilt sets in and he needs a way to cover it up.

He killed the boy because he needed to cover up his crime or he felt guilty about the boys mom and did not want his son to live the rest of his life knowing what his "hero" dad did....pick one.

He tied up his wife because he felt guilty about killing her and needed to stage a robbery, he wanted to make it look like someone else had done it and was planning to run, but the guilt got to him and he killed the boy and himself.

He suffocated them because he is a professional wrestler and he practices chocking people for a living, it's like asking why a plumber killed his wife with a wrench!

I think the bibles were there because he felt guilty, remember, it's all about him.

I did not know about being a neat hanging, are hangings usually messy?

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Submitted by nuk on Fri, 06/29/2007 - 6:25pm.

That to me is an area that really needs to be studied a lot more than possibly "roid rage." Professional athletes have long taken steroids and it was that long ago that it was all perfectly legal. While there have been the horror stories of side effects, I don't recall ANY athlete besides OJ Simpson who killed anyone. The media frenzy over steroids in this case is a little much. Steroids may/may not have been a contributing factor but they've been around ad abused for decades and roid-rage is more like bar brawling or domestic violence that doesn't end in two deaths and a suicide over a period of days.

Benoit had a move where he jumped from the top rope with a face-first head-butt. This is a move that hardly any wrestler does any more due to the serious risk of neck injury as well as concussion from banging your head off the ring mat(which is barely padded and very solid) or the opponent's shoulder.

One side effect from frontal lobe concussions is bizarre and oftentimes very violent, totally disoriented behavior, almost like the person is on drugs and unaware of his/her surroundings and actions.


Submitted by dollaradayandfound on Sun, 07/01/2007 - 1:51pm.

Are these concussions similar to the thousands of our boys in Iraq getting concussed?
I would apprciate it if you would really get worried about that a little more.

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Submitted by John Munford on Fri, 06/29/2007 - 9:48pm.

Sounds like you really know your wrestling!

I never would've thought about that but you just may have something here! I'll have to ask about that...

Personally I haven't watched wrestling since I was about 14 or so. Then again, when we visited ATL once I saw Mr. Wonderful at the Dwarf House.

Submitted by dollaradayandfound on Sun, 07/01/2007 - 1:56pm.

What on earth could one learn correctly about real wrestling from such "rasslers" as these WWE, etc. guys?
They invent throws and pretensions, rehearse them, build up their muscles for show with stetoids, work for a promotion company that gives them a regular paycheck as long as they can make it, then throws them away.
Have you heard some of the talk that goes on there during some of those "matches?"
It is more simple than Laurel and Hardy stuff.
Get off your company "be nice" and call it like it is.

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Submitted by hutch866 on Sun, 07/01/2007 - 1:58pm.

Are stetoids worse then steroids?

I yam what I yam...Popeye

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Submitted by nuk on Fri, 06/29/2007 - 10:29pm.

Ex NFLer Andre Waters committed suicide recently and it's being attributed to the syndromes of frontal lobe concussions. Of course, this is something that is just now getting researched in-depth so not all that much can be ascertained. I read on ESPN's site that researchers have asked for permission to do brain tests on Chris Benoit.

I go through phases with pro rasslin where I'll watch it every week for several months and then not watch it for months. Male soap operas:)


Submitted by McDonoughDawg on Fri, 06/29/2007 - 1:07pm.


Submitted by dollaradayandfound on Fri, 06/29/2007 - 1:25pm.

I also would never have dreamed that there were raslin fans, illiterate ones (are there any other kind?), in Fayette County.
Coweta County I would believe, especially West Coweta.
This stuff is like dog fighting, game rooster killings, bull fighting, gladiators, children boxing, and lions eating Christians!
How have we managed to keep it 2000 years?

Submitted by wildcat on Fri, 06/29/2007 - 1:15pm.

I think you wrote, at one time, that you're involved in the real estate world, right? If so, I would love to hear your predictions regarding senate bill 10 and the future of Fayette County. A copy of the letter that was sent to all FC parents can be accessed at the fcboe website (under exceptional children), if you're unfamiliar with the bill. Based upon your postings, you are level-headed and I would be most interested in what you have to write. Thanks in advance.

Submitted by McDonoughDawg on Fri, 06/29/2007 - 1:37pm.

It appears to address Special Needs students and their ability to change schools.

Are you thinking that students from out of the County will want to enroll their children here? If that's the case, I would see issues. Exactly how many Children are we talking about?

Fayette County Schools and quality of life go hand in hand. They are one of the great things about this area. They also generated much gnashing of teeth on the last rezonings we went through. Hot button issue for sure.

Sorry, I don't know enough about the bill to be of help. I will have a 10th grader at McIntosh this fall, and this is the first I've heard of this Bill. Obviously, it's a hot a huge hot button issue with the folks I deal with.

Submitted by wildcat on Fri, 06/29/2007 - 2:08pm.

Think they're going to 'want' to?? ha ha ha
You KNOW they will; they are already sneaking them in. Anyway, from what I've heard (but have not verified), until each special ed teacher has a maximum caseload, there are openings. The openings mentioned in the letter do not refer to overall openings, but special ed openings (again, from what I've heard). This morning, someone told me that the legal max is either 25 or 26 caseloads per teacher. That's what we had in Clayton County ten years ago, when I worked there. When that happens, all involved suffer. With that in mind, my (already over-crowded school) can take on 165 more. I imagine the other high schools are in the same boat. It will be an interesting year. As you read/discover more about this, please keep us posted as to the real estate end.

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