Medical Examiners Release Images Depicting Chester Bennington’s Body And Fatal Suicide Injury

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As part of the autopsy report for late Linkin Park and Stone Temple Pilots singer Chester Bennington, photos of drawings depicting Bennington’s body and fatal suicide injury have been released. See the drawings below, followed by more details from the autopsy.















  • Trovoid

    Most of us men here in America are circumcised against our will. Chester and Chris were in the same boat according to their autopsies.

    • Kay B

      I regret to tell you when I first started out in the medical field I helped preform circs. It was terrible holding down a newborn. However, now that I work on older people for the most part I can’t tell you how many uncircumcised men have such problems down there because they don’t take care of it.

      • Trovoid

        Damn.. Well it’s the medical field’s fault, not yours. I personally wish I wasn’t and am disturbed that it happened. I guess it makes me feel better to hear ANYTHING positive about being circumcised. Although I can’t understand not knowing how to use soap and being able to wash yourself.. I’m sure us circumcised guys also have problems as we get older.. Reduced sensitivity and protection, no more natural lubrication or gliding action. It just seems so barbaric to me to know that the USA does this in 2017. Most of the world is intact and I feel only a handful of them have problems and need to be cut later in life. It blows my mind that initially circumcision was thought to help prevent masturbation. Dr. Kellogg (the cereal guy!) had a fair hand in promoting it.

        • Kay B

          I knew the tid bit of Dr. Kellogg. It is interesting to see someone else knowing the history. The guy who invented graham crackers also has a similar history. http://nowiknow.com/the-curious-history-of-graham-crackers-and-corn-flakes/
          Some countries in Africa. Asia and Middle East circ females. I think many men are self conscious about not having it done because of the ant-eater complex. Either way it is sadistic no matter what gender. And docs say they put in “local” which is a numbing injection but it takes a good 3-5 min to take full affect. And none of wait they just slice. How frightening as a baby wondering what the hell is going on. I’m glad I never had to make that decision for a kid.

          • Trovoid

            I’m quite the reader and researcher. Many people think I’m crazy but I have a few friends who are open-minded. I did not know it extended to the graham cracker inventor too! What a weird history this world has.. I’ve heard circumcision can have underlying psychological effects and can influence a baby’s pain tolerance as well. Clearly babies can’t actually remember it but their body does. The process sounds horrifying though. And I think we’re body shaming boys and telling them they aren’t okay as they already are.. Oh the double standards and hypocrisy in society.

            I applaud people who work in the medical field for their selflessness but as you know $$$ talks (whether it’s the pharmaceutical industry or circumcision advocacy). The greed all lies on a much larger scale.. I’ve been very grateful for the individual nurses, doctors, surgeons, etc. who helped me through injuries and issues that I’ve experienced.

          • Kay B

            Reading is always good. Sometimes I read things over and over just because it is so interesting. One example is the story of Rodney Alcala. He was a serial killer and he was on a dating show and was picked! Although the woman seems to be an idiot herself. Very creepy guy. And yes you are right money talks in the medical field. to a fault actually. I know a lot of docs who make a lot of money and I would never let them work on a dead cat.
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12PXvKfWdZs

          • Trovoid

            I’m completely the same way. I’m very fascinated by psychology and philosophy in general. That was interesting! It’s so crazy how a serial killer can just blend into society. Watching the video knowing this allows you to notice something is off with the man. Otherwise I would’ve just thought he was a bit strange and creepy like you said.

            “The best time is night time because that’s the only time there is.”

            I agree, the woman is totally vapid. They’re saying on the comments that the show producers knew that he was a sex offender at least but didn’t know about the murders yet. That’s pretty messed up. It appears she turned him down so maybe she had some sort of intuition despite her absent-mindedness.

          • Kay B

            The night time quote is telling once you know his back ground. Not that this has anything to do with this sicko but I am reminded of a quote : If you could read my mind, you’d either be traumatized or turned on. Both if you’re awesome.

          • Trovoid

            Love that quote, I like the idea that my mind could both traumatize and turn someone on. That’s exciting to me.

          • Kay B

            I like it too. I hear that if someone yawns and you don’t (the famous contagious yawning) then you may be a psychopath or sociopath. It is probably untrue but it’s interesting that if you don’t yawn it is considered a lack of empathy. Even dogs are known to yawn after a human does.

          • Trovoid

            I don’t know if I always do that or not. I’ll have to pay attention next time someone yawns but now that I know this I may purposely mimic them. I’ll never know now..

            I’ve heard things like that as well and always wonder which ones are true. I’ve looked up the supposed symptoms for psychopaths and sociopaths and it scared me. It made me realize how many potential ones I had grown up around. I’ve always been able to sense when something is off about a person. I feel very uneasy around them. These people are able to fool so many others who aren’t able to or willing to look past the surface.

          • Kay B

            I usually know if I will like a person in less than a minute of meeting them. My system has actually never failed me. When I am introduced to a new co-worker I can tell if they are a good worker or they will be the one who calls in all the time. I am pretty judgmental but I’m smart about it. I don’t want to be disappointed in the end. I think it may also come from yrs in a surgical setting. You have to be an asshole and have a thick skin most of the time. I guess people can take it or leave it. I rarely apologize for anything.

          • Trovoid

            Being judgmental is understandable in a sense. Those who trust too easily find themselves in miserable situations. That would make sense (what you said about you working in a surgical setting). I’m sure some level of emotional intelligence and empathy plays a role as well. That judgmental, cautious side often comes along with a side that feels too much for people. Maybe not for everyone but I think those who have been disappointed develop that judgmental side a bit more from bad experiences, observation and just introspection in general. A quote that comes to mind: “Inside every cynical person, there is a disappointed idealist.”

          • Kay B

            That is very true. It’s interesting how people including myself can have something traumatic happen in their lives and can block it out until 20 yrs later. Sometimes they completely forget. I know this has little to do with anything here but my mind usually has 300-500 thoughts in it at the same time. None of which are connected most of the time.

          • Trovoid

            That is interesting to me as well. I’ve actually worried myself into thinking that I may have repressed memories. Scott Weiland is a great example of that. It wasn’t until therapy in like his thirties that he recalled being raped in high school. Haha, I’m not judging. I tend to do that a lot myself. I’m sure we’ve left everyone else an interesting conversation on here (if anyone comes back to this article).

          • Kay B

            Yes that is a good example. There is an interview Scott did with Howard Stern and Stern asked about the incident and Scott’s demeanor changed drastically. I really felt for him.

          • Trovoid

            Was that the recent one where he asks Scott if he’s depressed and talks to him about his divorce and having to tour to make money? Or an older one?

          • Kay B
          • Kay B

            Also I used to watch this show all the time. I am a bit older so I don’t know if you have heard of it. But he is a guest on here too. I hate that Bill fucked his name up though. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tam4KgTogsA

          • Trovoid

            I never watched it while it aired but as someone who has spent a lot of time on YouTube I’ve seen some clips. I actually watched a portion of this recently, I really got to watch the whole thing. I remember they had Marilyn Manson on there once and that was great. I always get pissed off listening to some of the idiotic opinions though.

          • Kay B

            I was also thinking how good he looks here and how well he sounds. He makes complete sense. I can’t believe that woman compared drug addiction to brownies or whatever the hell she said. Bunch of idiots. You are right he was on something during Howard Stern.

          • Trovoid

            Yep this is the one. Did Scott really have to pay $60,000 monthly in alimony?? That’s unbelievable. Also it was weird how Howard foreshadowed STP firing Scott when he said that the band probably secretly hated him. And he made a comment about wanting to see Scott live when Scott was defending his bad habits. I wonder if Scott was hungover and/or on Xanax or something here.

          • Kay B

            I actually thought it was more than 60k at one point. That’s the thing is these wives marry into a marriage where they know a man has an addiction. And there’s no problem with that but you have to support and love him and be a strong woman. And then when things go south, they divorce them and then suck them dry for money. Which makes the men continue touring when they should be getting help.

          • Trovoid

            Yep, even the ones who don’t seem like they’d do that usually end up doing so as soon as the relationship is over. That’s completely unreasonable though. Scott was playing at dive bars.. It’s not like it was 1994. Even if it was nobody deserves over 700K a year for being formerly married to someone… I hear this sort of story too often.

          • Kay B

            Well it’s a bit much to keep your ex’s last name, write a book bashing the shit out of him and naming the book after one of his songs. I get Scott wasn’t there for her or his kids. That wasn’t right. But as soon as the divorce goes through the ex wife squeezes blood from a stone.

          • Trovoid

            Yep agreed. I’ve read both Scott’s and Mary’s books. I’m sure Scott wrote his book to give everyone his side of the story. I sympathized with Mary at first but now I know more about her. Didn’t she actually get misdiagnosed as Bipolar? Basically discrediting a large amount of her book? And of course the cruel words to Rolling Stone.. I agree Scott was an absent and unstable father but Mary doesn’t appear innocent. She cleaned up and he didn’t and I think she held herself in a higher regard because of that.

          • Kay B

            That is all true. She shows some true colors with her Stern interview. She said she used to keep one finger on the button to speed dial 911 while she shot up in case she overdosed. Your last sentence is so true. Good for her for cleaning up and taking care of the kids…..for real. But she met him using and knew what he was all about.

          • Olga Stewart

            When you’re abused (like I was), you also end up being judgmental of others.

            Which in turn leads to trust issues (of which I have some).

            This is why I have a small group of people in my life.

          • Trovoid

            I definitely agree although I’m sorry you have went through that. I’ve been abused and harassed on a much smaller scale than some people have and even I have trust issues. I find it hard to be close to people myself. Having too many people in your life would probably suck anyways.

          • Olga Stewart

            Thank you for your kind words, as they are most appreciated.

            And I am very sorry that you have dealt with the same sort of things as I.

            But besides having a small group of people in my life, I also need to spend a fair amount of time on my own. Otherwise, if I don’t, then I know that I will get stressed out and such.

          • Trovoid

            It’s easier to avoid those sort of people and situations now that I’m older. And I’m sure you’ve heard before that it’s about quality not quantity. Introverts unite! I go crazy without alone time and it’s common for me to isolate to unhealthy extremes.

          • Olga Stewart

            I always yawn after either my husband or one of the cats yawns.

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