Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by MassGuy, Dec 6, 2018.
IMO her life has not been destroyed.
Would that have happened if the murders didn’t happen?
I did just want to say, and I am sure others have said it also, I wish they had asked Chris questions about Bella and Cece in the polygraph. I wish he had failed questions about them too. Because god almighty, I can't believe how many idiots (elsewhere) are still saying Shanann killed them. I can't understand Chris, and I can't understand them.
I don't think she's that bright. Am guessing she got the atty. only after someone advised her to.
I hope. We’ll see. She seems pretty messed up to me.
Probably. Depends on her employers and Andarko's HR policy. Anyone who is dense enough to play w/fire at work will likely get burned.
Respectfully, I specifically addressed the claim/belief that public records should only be made available to a certain segment of the public, which is of course ridiculous. I am unsure if those statements were being made by you or someone else, and it really doesn't matter; my point still stands. MOO.
You are either trustworthy, or you're not.
But would the murders have happened if she wasn’t involved with him?
Probably. Just not right then.
I disagree. That is why we have the word "redact". Any personal phone number, address, etc. that is not necessary for the public to see or hear, should not be made available.
I'm pretty sure that all records in this case haven't been made available, so far, we have not been privy to autopsy photos (thankfully!), and I am guessing probably never will be. And yet, those photos are part of the record. If, as you feel, ALL public records should be available to all, should those be made available?
I wonder who would do that?
I thought it was interesting when he said to the FBI agent, "What have I said or done that makes you not believe me?" I really think he was stumped.
Isn't it the slightest bit ironic that you are upset about this person's privacy being violated, and even you can't remember his name? Just an observation.
After reading pages of documents, and thinking about who was murdered in which order. .. .I feel SW was murdered first...maybe after a verbal argument that woke one of the girls up And she then witnessed the struggle/killing....CW said in one of the interviews one of the girls was a light sleeper..... .. ..(I think this was CW accidentally giving bits and pieces of the murder to LE) then, I think that the one who awaken from the fight was then killed.. .I believe it was thst one who showed signs of fighting for her life in autopsy. . Then, the other. I think he had no intentions of killing the girls until 1 woke up.
Do any forum members have a problem with NK or not? Or - do you think she just was at the wrong place and person at the wrong time?
She was at the wrong place at the wrong time. It happens.
But she’s still alive, she’ll find another job, and even if she has to change her name or move away, I’m sure she’s learned some lessons from this experience and it just might make her a better person and therefore will have a better life.
Yea, “tell me who you run with, I’ll tell ya who you are” seems to apply.
I won’t mention names but had this went to trial, a lot of not so nice stuff would be public about all parties, IMO.
Look deep and hard enough, there’s always something. Because friends or acquaintances tend to glorify people important to them, doesn’t make it so. That stuff is merely opinion based. For a long time no one had a bad word for CW.
Every professional I’ve heard discussing this case on cable TV, from day one, thought big probs existed, way before the murders. They based their assumptions on what they observed from social media.
I can’t not answer a rhetorical question.
The Watts family would do that.
My money is on Jamie.
I'm not sure but depending how much is owed, they may be better off selling it. If they can. Otherwise the bank may be stuck with it for awhile. Hard to sell a house where 3 murders have taken place.
We’ve already determined CW was incapable of loving.