I think we're wasting time looking for rationality (that's a word, right?) in an irrational act. None of us know what was going through Benoit's
mind. Even his best friends and family don't know. Nor will we ever truly know. He could have been battling mental illness his entire life. This
mental illness could have been further aggravated by drugs, brain trauma and stress. He could have finally lost the battle against the illness he
spent his entire life defeating.
but no i dont think so , why on earth would you kill yer family or ex family if your gonna make a heck of a lot of cash from a fight like that and the
publicity would guarantee that a new wife would be behind every corner
When you've made as much money as he has in the business, and had all the publicity he has had, what does a little bit more of both mean? If you're
depressed or angry, no amount of money or publicity is going to help you overcome that. Especially when you already have plenty of both. When
you're in love with your wife, you don't want anyone else. Even if millions of women would give anything to be your wife, you just want the woman
you're with. To say that his wife cheating on him or leaving him wouldn't effect him because he has the money and fame to easily obtain another
shows a lack of understanding of what love really is. He shared a home, a child and years of memories with his wife. We have to assume that he
didn't want to lose her, or at the very least didn't want anyone else to have her.
I still can't comprehend the murder of his child. The only theory I can possibly come up with is the one that I already mentioned. Maybe in
Benoit's twisted mind he thought his child was better off in Heaven with his mother than living on Earth with a deceased mother and a father in jail
for her murder, or a father who killed himself after her murder.
question is who benefitted from this ?
Well, if the source I referenced in my above post is correct, then his ex-wife and living children would benefit financially. Of course, any life
insurance policy on Benoit himself would be void because of his suicide. But I believe the other policies are still valid, even if he was responsible
for the murders, so long as he isn't the beneficiary (he's dead so he's not).
The other theory, and the title of this thread, is that Kevin Sullivan would have somehow benefited by getting his revenge for Benoit "stealing" his
wife. If Sullivan held a grudge for that many years, and was willing to murder the woman he held this grudge over, the man who took her and their
SEVEN YEAR OLD CHILD, then he is an extremely disturbed individual. However, I am 100% confident that Sullivan himself did not carry out these
murders. I'm sure that in the course of the investigation that the authorities spoke to Sullivan and checked on his whereabouts and alliby for the
times of the murders and alleged suicide.
Obviously there are so many facts that the public has not been made aware of. The police are not investigating this as a double murder and suicide
just for the heck of it. Obviously the evidence is overwhelming for them to believe that is the case. I'll admit that there are some suspicious
items in this case, especially the Wikipedia entry (I'm not entirely satisfied with the "confession" of the poster). But I think it's just that
strange of a case that there's going to be a lot of weird things coming out of it.
And now I've just done what I spoke out against in the beginning of this post. I've tried to find rational explanations where there may be none at