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My only guess is that it was Benoit, himself. You'd have to be out of your mind if you are going to run and update Wikipedia when something like that happens! It would make sense for someone who had just done what Benoit did to do it. How could someone hear their friend say that he did something like that and then run and do THAT?
Benoit wasn't in Stanford at the time. Read the entire article; they traced the IP address to Stanford.
I still cant see Benoit taking time away from all the stuff he was doing just to go on wikipedia to write this. It just seems pointless. If he was trying to get attention or something than he would surely know he would get it after all was done.
He was likely sick in the head and not even thinking clearly (obvious given the fact that he killed his wife and handicapped son). Then he goes and lays a bible next to each of their bodies, also bizarre. So when you look at the bizarre pieces to this case, the wikipedia bit seems to oddly fit. It's just as nutty and bizarre as all of it.Exactly he wasnt thinking clearly, so why would Wikipedia ever even come to mind, he was probaly sending out all those text messages and doing whateverelse during that time. Wikipedia seems like the last thing to be on anyones mind at a time like that.
That is unless his son did it? If he son wasn't badly mentally handicapped. Crazy thought, but this is a STRANGE case.
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