Alot all of the steroids taken by pro and college athletes, entertainers (wrestling), and actors are prescribed by someone... It's amazing what money can do and you would have no clue how fast the word spreads (see the internet case w/ Gary Matthews)... I would guess there is a pretty good pipeline to WWE from Mexico or somewhere in the caribbean straight to WWE headquarters... I wouldn't doubt one bit that these guys are pressured to do the stuff and I think thats why you see alot of the legit athletes that join not hang around too long...
"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 that they respond to the Benoit residence to check on him and his family."
Now... I know nothing about WWE or Chris... but the quote above makes me think that Chris could have had some enemies. If people were getting strange texts from Chris (maybe because he's worried about something and contacting friends) and they want somebody to go check on him and his family to make sure they're okay... (because his texts to them led them to believe he's in danger?)
Then his family dies a day before he does... maybe because they were killed by somebody else (the person(s) he was worried about that caused him to text his friends) and that depressed him enough to kill himself?
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