I respect your point of view, but I think attacks on steroids will trickel down to supplements. The supplement industry keeps the BBing industry alive.
I can't really see the story being about how protein shakes or creatine cause homicidal rage. I know that's only 2 supps in a huge range of it, but, if weed is touted as a "gateway" drug, injecting steroids is going to be a bigger story than drinking shakes. Besides, their well reported lifestyles and the reports of syringes and drugs. Don't see the avoidance of the steroid end of it. That part of bodybuilding, pro bodybuilding, is probably going to be a big part of the trial if the judge allows it. It's a sad story for all the parties direectly involved. In the end a person was murdered and if there are steroids, drug use, drug dealing involved, let's hear it. Maybe in the future, some of the pro's, and others out there will learn something from it. If they don't we'll hear more and more stories like this. If anyone thinks drugs aren't a dead end, look at this case.