Report: Belcher had history of violent relationships
New details in NFL murder-suicide
- Duration 4:07
- Date Dec 4, 2012
New details in NFL murder-suicide
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About the final hours of -- they'll choose life.
He's -- Kansas City Chiefs linebacker spent the night with another woman before going home in the morning fighting with his girlfriend -- -- -- Perkins and shooting her repeatedly.
This after many people report that he was drunk the night before and spent the evening -- the home of another woman.
Doctor Keith apple psychiatrists Fox's contributor sir good morning to you doctor.
Might just want you to take us through these details fell asleep in his car.
Outside the home of another woman he was he was awoken by police inside the car.
Many apparently went inside the building has spent the night there before -- got up in the morning and went home and when he went home is when everything unfolded from there.
Put all this together.
So it's it this is it a mystery because of the enormity of the tragedy there's a little girl with no parents there's been a murder.
And a suicides are now.
Comes the task of trying to explain what might be.
Seem to be the inexplicable but what we do know seemingly is that there's a long night of drinking -- -- That perhaps there's another woman involved and what we do know is that this fellow.
Has a history of the violent altercations.
Back in 2006.
Involve breaking a window.
Nearly severing his -- -- cutting his wrist again and a heated exchange with a woman.
-- shouting match to which security was called at the college.
That a woman hadn't been honest with him about the time she was going to call him and then we hear.
That again he may have been upset with his girlfriend about whether she had come back from a party at the right time.
So what we know is that.
Like many domestic abusers this individual seems to have repeated conflicts with -- win.
Then the other theories come into play was this made worse or perhaps is the origination of this from repeated head trauma.
If in fact his football career included traumatic injuries -- so.
While there's no -- even suggested even had a concussion playing I mean that may prove differently in the exact but right now we don't know that we know he shot this woman nine times.
-- and yes you try and explain murder to us.
You often described that as rage -- anger.
But when you're shooting a bullet one time that says something about the intent that you -- but nine times repeatedly in front of your own mother.
Suggest high levels of anger at a minimum does it not doctor.
Well it certainly suggests.
Anger but -- you gotta go to the other issues which.
Are the -- in -- -- it dis inhibition issues so we want to know and these theories and unproven.
Word -- drugs involved were any these drugs steroids did -- have a history of any brain injury he had complained about depression.
Did he have bipolar disorder and the kind of dis inhibition that can come with.
The manic phase of bipolar disorder.
But listen the glaring thing.
The thing as a forensic psychiatrist that stands out is that if you told me everything that happened.
And -- theorizing about it and left until the end mobile -- back in 2006 and 2007.
He bullied these women and was tremendously.
Emotional and in fact violent with them whether verbally or physically -- say -- wait a second.
You've mentioned the head trauma you mention whether you -- jury didn't but.
There's no money until proven otherwise is in his personality issues potentially his -- some.
His is leaning on people and blowing them and then you got to explain what in his life story explains that.
You know and and you know that he did wrong because according to reports he told GM of the team I came -- to tell you thank you.
Thank you for my chance I love you and then went behind a car knelt down.
Play the sound of a cross and put a bullet in his own house.
Tragic all around -- he's terrible tragedy thank you for taking us through it okay more answers forthcoming -- as the days unfolds thank you.