Did Chris Believe His Family Would Be â<80><9c>Better Off”?

Ryan Clark

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Bret Hart has once again spoken out on the Chris Benoit murder-suicide in the Calgary Sun. Below are several quotes from Bret Hart:

“I can’t begin to even understand what could drive somebody to do this,”

“The sad thing about it is I never saw Chris lose his composure, and I never saw him get angry — he was always a very solid, sound, logical kind of guy.â<80>

“It’s totally the last thing you’d ever expect to come out of Chris Benoit — I think that’s why everyone’s having such a hard time coming to terms with this.”

“I’m hoping that whatever happened had nothing to do with levels of steroids or things like that,” said Hart.


Eliza Barlow of the Edmonton Sun wrote an article yesterday questioning whether or not in Chris Benoitâ<80><99>s â<80><9c>sickâ<80> mental state if he truly believed his family would be â<80><9c>better off in heaven.â<80>

Barlow spoke with Dr. John Bradford, the associate chief of the integrated forensic program for the Royal Ottawa Health Care Group, who told her that murder-suicides that wipe out a family are most often carried out by the father. â<80><9c>They sort of start to think, in this psychotic thinking, that the whole family would be better off in heaven … that, â<80>~This is a horrible place, I think weâ<80><99>d all be better off dead,â<80><99>â<80> said Bradford.

He also talks about the effects anabolic steroids have on oneâ<80><99>s mental state.

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