Chris Jericho in Britain’s Daily Mail: “[Steroids are] not part of the business any more. They can’t be — we’ve been strictly tested over the past couple of years, but they’re not really necessary to wrestling.”
I chatted today with a French reporter, Sabrina Van Tassel, who is working on a pro wrestling documentary for L’Effet Papillon (”The Butterfly Effect”), the leading investigative news program on the CANAL + channel.
In addition to getting the new 911 audio today (see previous post), I received the CD from the Fayette County sheriff with the messages on Chris Benoit’s home answering machine. That CD had been inadvertently left out of the original open records release.
What about the actual audio of voicemail on Chris’s cell? He was a mobile globetrotter who did a super-majority of his communication on the cell. Exactly what was said by various people at various times would provide far more clues than the dry secondary phone-call log.
As I’ve reported, the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office log of phone calls to and from Chris Benoit’s cell phone is incomplete and misleading. To give everyone an idea of just how seriously incomplete and misleading, I have begun drilling deeper into the raw public records.