Discussion in 'Chester Bennington' started by Ksandory, Dec 6, 2017.
Valid reasons or not, it should still be the family's decision to make it public.
It's set me right back...all the fine detail like scratching of nails probably whilst sitting there deciding it's all too real...it would never happen in the UK. ...my own fault for reading it in guess. ....
It definitely sent me right back to July 20th. When I accidentally saw the headline of his previous attempt on TMZ I was thoroughly shocked, which was probably pretty noticeable in my reaction in the shoutbox. I was just not prepared for it. And TMZ is absolute scum for reporting it.
I'm not sure about the family-only policy of this, I think the victims should be able/suggested to determine with whom reports like this can be shared after their death (if this isn't already the case in the US).
I'm pretty late to this conversation, but from my personal experience of how completely devastated I was that my landlord was able to obtain my finance's autopsy report to try and make claims against me as to why I should not get my security deposit back, I absolutely think it should be up to the family whether or not to release this information. It's nobody's fucking business. Suicide is painful enough without making these things public for any asshole to read. We were accused of manufacturing highly illegal drugs in our apartment, which was completely false. Why provide "insite" into our loved one's final moments when they are A. Probably inaccurate and B. Incredibly painful......have you ever read a loved one's autopsy report? I hope nobody here ever has to. I'm sorry to hear Chester's autopsy report was made public, but not surprised in the least.
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