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Tuesday 18, Jan 2011

  Answer soon on use of steroids by gunman

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Answer soon on use of steroids by gunmanTests of body fluids taking during autopsy of Jan Molenaar, the gunman, will soon be revealed to the world.

It is worth noting that Molenaar, a body builder, has been linked to steroid use by reports but the same has been vehemently denied by his brother, Peter.

Outbursts of violence and temper have been associated with steroid abuse and are colloquially referred to as “roid rage“.

Sunday 20, Dec 2009

  New severe side effects of performance enhancing drugs identified

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New severe side effects of performance enhancing drugs identifiedA new Australian study by a team of Southern Cross University (SCU) scientists has been able to identify and reveal new severe side effects of performance enhancing drugs.

The study, which was led by Dr Robert Weatherby, revealed that the usage of anabolic steroids can considerably increase susceptibility to viral infections and cancers. This study also raised questions concerning the possible dangers of long-term use of prohibited substances.

Dr Weatherby said that athletes on performance enhancing drugs for a long time for enhancing performance can suffer from severe health complications since androgenic anabolic steroids can have a fatal effect on a specific part of the human body’s immune system.

Wednesday 04, Mar 2009


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roid-rage-back-in-1989Back in 1989, news of a vicious murder shook the peaceful suburban neighborhood of Valley Stream. One of its young residences, Kelly Tinyes, was stabbed with a bayonet, strangles, slashed, sexually mutilated, murdered and was stuffed in a sleeping bag. Everyone easily accused the family’s 21-year old neighbor, Robert Golub who was a bodybuilder using steroids back then. Recently though, details on the murder seems to change views on the accused.

Robert Golub could have used the excuse that he was on steroids and it caused him to become aggressive. Roid rage was an acceptable defense 20 years ago but the man did not use it. He continued claiming that he did not murder Kelly until he was imprisoned. Richards Tinyes, Kelly’s younger brother, recalled that Kelly received a phone call from someone named “John” before his sister disappeared. This made the court and the family considers a new suspect— John Golub, Robert’s then-15 year old brother. While John has a tight alibi and wants to forget everything that has happened, the Tinyeses still want a closure on their daughter’s death.

Thursday 25, Dec 2008

  Deceased MMA fighter Justin Levens was addicted to painkillers not steroids

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levens-steroidsUFC mixed martial arts fighter Justin Levens was found dead along with his wife in their Laguna Niguel condominium in California. Authorities believed it was a case of murder-suicide although investigation is still ongoing to determine exactly the nature of the crime.

“Nothing has been ruled out,” said Orange Country Sheriff’s spokesman Jim Amormino.

The bodies of Levens, 28 and his wife Sara McLean-Levens, 25, were discovered around 2:30 pm Wednesday by the mother of McLean-Levens, saying she got worried when she had not heard from her daughter for five days. When she saw the bodies, the woman dialed 911 for help. The bodies were believed to be in the home for at least a few days.

Orange County Superior Court records indicated that Levens was convicted in 2003 of spousal injury.

His last fight was scheduled July this year, but he was banned before the fight for testing positive for oxymorphone, an opioid analgesic.

This case has spawned suspicions that the crime was caused by roid rage, a term used to refer to aggressive and violent behavior of anabolic steroid users. However, there has been no concrete indication that Levens was abusing steroids.

According to the report of LA Times, no suicide note was found but authorities recovered a handgun at the scene. Police also found huge amounts of pain killers and anti-depressants at the condo but not anabolic steroids.

It has been compared with the Chris Benoit double murder-suicide which was alleged to have been caused also by roid rage. However, people who are involved in the case, including Benoit’s father, linked the wrestler’s murderous behavior to dementia which was believed to be caused by repetitive head concussions