Chris Benoit’s death part of a double murder-suicide

“Dua-dua dah rest in peace.. peace la sgt”

What a breaking news.. especially for die hard fans of World Wrestling Entertainment.. huhu.. baru je beberapa haritu writed entry pasal Vince McMahon mati dibunuh dalam letupan limosin nya (Tuhan je yang tahu betul ke tipu), arini dikejutkan ngan kematian Chris Benoit plak (khai la yg baru tahu).. haha.. bunuh diri la plak.. ternampak dari feedback yang si Khairilz tulis kat shoutbox tepi tu.. Lepas satu, datang satu hal plak.. Benoit nye kes ni lagi gila gila.. dah bunuh family dia, dia plak bunuh diri.. wut the heck? ape nak jadi ngan wrestler WWE lagi lepas ni pon tak tahu la.. huhuhu.. bunuh diri aje la… x pon kene bunuh sia sia.. itu la dia.. kapir!!

Benoit’s Profile


Height: 5 foot 11
Weight: 220 pounds
From: Atlanta, Ga. (originally from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
Finishing Move: Crippler Crossface

Career Highlights: World Heavyweight Champion; 3-time World Tag Team Champion; 3-time Intercontinental Champion; 4-time United States Champion; WWE Tag Team Champion; 2004 Royal Rumble Winner; 2-time WCW Tag Team Champion, 3-time WCW Television Champion; ECW Tag Team Champion

WWE Debut: Jan. 31, 2000Trained By: Stu Hart

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FAYETTEVILLE, Georgia (CNN) — The discovery of anabolic steroids in pro-wrestler Chris Benoit’s home has raised speculation that the performance-enhancing drugs may be linked to his death and the killings of his wife and young son.

The 40-year-old champion strangled his wife, Nancy Benoit, and suffocated his 7-year-old son Daniel, authorities said, before he hanged himself on a portable weight machine inside his lavish home outside Atlanta. Police have said no motive has been determined.

“A lot of prescription medication” was found in the home, including anabolic steroids, said Fayette County Sheriff Lt. Tommy Pope.

But authorities were still waiting on toxicology reports, which could take several weeks, to determine what, if any, medication was found in the bodies.

Chris Benoit was a pro-wrestler for 22 years and star of World Wrestling Entertainment, which strongly denounced any suggestion that steroid use could be connected to the tragedy.

The WWE said Benoit tested negative for drugs during an independently administered evaluation on April 10.

CNN Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta said Wednesday that it may never be known whether the deaths were linked to steroids or so-called “roid-rage.”

“The drugs said to be found in the home are a synthetic form of testosterone,” Gupta said. “A lot of people use it to build muscle mass, but there are longstanding known relationships between the steroids and roid rage. It could lead to psychosis and anti-social behavior and depression.”

But the WWE said evidence gathered in the investigation indicates “deliberation, not rage.”

“The wife’s feet and hands were bound and she was asphyxiated, not beaten to death,” said a statement posted on the company’s Web site. “By the account of the authorities, there were substantial periods of time between the death of the wife and the death of the son, again suggesting deliberate thought, not rage.”

Investigators found the bodies of Nancy and Daniel Benoit with Bibles placed next to them, authorities have said. “The presence of a Bible by each is also not an act of rage,” said the WWE.

Former professional wrestler Del Wilkes said athletes use steroids to gain strength and size, which are key to success in the wrestling world. But he warned that the drugs sometimes come with “moments of uncontrollable rage.”

“You can feel it coming on but there’s nothing you can do about it,” Wilkes said. “The next thing you know, a minor argument has gone into a full-fledged rage, when you’ve got your hands around somebody’s neck. You’re in a fight and doing things you wouldn’t normally do.”

Wilkes also said the drugs can also cause “tremendous” depression “when guys are coming off steroids after they’ve been on it for a long period of time.”

An official who is part of the investigation told CNN that Benoit’s name was on receipts that indicated he had purchased shipments of anabolic steroids and human growth hormones from Signature Pharmacy, an Orlando, Florida, facility that is at the center of a nationwide investigation into the sale of illegal steroids.

As the investigation unfolded Wednesday, details about events inside the home began to emerge.

Needle marks were found in Daniel’s arm, said Fayette County District Attorney Scott Ballard. He said authorities suspect “that the boy had been taking growth hormones for quite some time,” and are hoping to prove that with toxicology. The boy, Ballard said, was diagnosed with a form of dwarfism.

Daniel was found face down on his bed, but authorities said they do not know whether he was sleeping when he was killed. Ballard said authorities believe the child was asphyxiated using a choke hold. Benoit hung himself using the cord on a portable weight machine, Ballard said.

Ballard said Nancy Benoit’s body was found face down on the floor in an upstairs family room, wrapped in a blanket with her feet and wrists bound and blood under her head.

Two days before Benoit and his family were found dead, the wrestler told co-workers by phone his wife and son were sick with food poisoning and he had been having a stressful day, according to the WWE.

Chris Benoit left no suicide note, Pope said, but had sent text messages to a co-worker early Sunday, which was received several hours later. He refused to divulge the contents of the messages.

The WWE, however, said the five text messages were sent to co-workers between 3:51 a.m. and 3:58 a.m. using both Chris Benoit’s and Nancy Benoit’s cell phones. Four of them were the Benoits’ address; the fifth said that the family’s dogs were in the enclosed pool area and noted a garage side door was open.

The WWE said it made numerous attempts to contact Chris Benoit at his home and at Atlanta-area hospitals. At 12:30 p.m. on Monday, it learned of the text messages and contacted police, the statement said.

“In a community like this, it’s just bizarre to have a murder-suicide, certainly involving the death of a 7-year-old child,” Ballard told reporters. “I think that’s what I’m struck by most … there’s a 7-year-old boy who is dead.”

Chris Benoit once had been arrested on a charge of driving under the influence in another Fayette County jurisdiction, authorities said, but had no other criminal record.

CNN learned that divorce papers for the couple were filed in Fayette County in 2003, but the divorce never took place. Ballard said it was his understanding that a protection order was sought in 2003, but later dismissed. He had he had not seen the filings.

CNN’s Rusty Dornin and Adam Reiss contributed to this report

Article from: Copy From CNN

ini plak artikel dari Squidoo

Fayetteville, Ga., the deaths of WWE Superstar Chris Benoit, wife Nancy and son Daniel were the result of a double murder-suicide, has learned.

Benoit failed to appear both at Saturday’s live event in Beaumont, Texas, and WWE’s Vengeance: Night of Champions in Houston Sunday night, after informing WWE of a family emergency. Several curious text messages sent by Benoit early Sunday morning prompted concerned friends to alert Richard Hering, VP of Government Relations for WWE, Inc. Hering, in turn, spoke with Fayette County sheriffs Monday, and requested they respond to the Benoit residence to check on him and his family.

Authorities representing the Sheriff’s Department initially had a difficult time entering Benoit’s new Fayetteville home Monday afternoon, which had been guarded by two large German Shepherds roaming freely around the property. Once authorities entered the residence, they quickly located the bodies of Benoit, Nancy and Daniel. WWE was notified of the discovery at approximately 4 p.m.

At 10 p.m. Monday night, Lt. Pope held a press conference in conjunction with Scott Ballard, the district attorney for Fayette County. The press conference officially ruled authorities’ findings as a double murder-suicide from within the home.

WAGA, a FOX-owned and operated television station in Atlanta, reported that investigators believe Benoit killed his wife and 7-year-old son over the weekend, then himself on Monday.

The three bodies have been received by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s crime lab, in Decatur, Ga., where autopsies will be performed Tuesday morning. Toxicology reports will not become available for at least two weeks.

Takde lagi la “WWE Wolverine” lepas ni.. ermm.. sure akan rindukan aksi dia.. ape pon untuk masih yang bernafas di muka bumi ini, teruskan perjuangan dalam apa jua karier yang diceburi.. sehingga ke titisan peluh yang terakhir.. Hehe!!

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Comment by Demonvile
2007-06-29 08:26:29

He’s been killed…thats for sure…it is not about “roid rage” Somebody killed him and his family that he treasure so much….:(:(

Comment by Khai
2007-06-29 09:52:40

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bukan bunuh diri kee… 😮

Comment by IZDotCom
2007-06-29 21:40:12

It’s just so tragic such thing happens in the history.

But such is life, C’est la vie.

We don’t tends to appreciate people when they are arounds – till the time they are away for some time, we will notice the loneliness.

Comment by mohdismail
2007-06-29 22:55:17

chris benoit sekarang ada kat pulau kapas… tengah main jetski dengan anak bini dia..*kidding

*ape kes aku ni pun tak tahu la, semenjak dulu tak pernah percaya apa-apa cerita pasal wwe.. ha ha

Comment by fiffy
2007-06-29 23:47:31

cam2 hal la diaorg ni…
serupe org zmn eropah gelap…
xbrtamadun sungguh…
asal de prob je suicide…
agaknye la klu sume org cam2 nta brp rmi umat la yg ade kt muke bumi nih…

Comment by nashrex
2007-06-30 10:53:45

lama giler x menginap sini..
aku tekejut si bodi tegap ni mati…
apa2pun aku xde laaa layan sgt wrestling2 ni.. busan~

Comment by mohdismail
2007-07-02 17:17:49


you have to read this bro..:d/

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