I don't believe that both girls were alive in the truck. In fact, I have many problems with this second confession, and there is some truth, but it is padded with inconsistencies and more lies. He may still be intentionally concealing something. The girls used to become hysterical when their mother left them. Grandfather Rzucek said he once thought he'd get arrested when he was made to wait with them while she went to the bathroom because they were screaming so much for her. It was stated that when Chris picked them up from school, they would cry the whole way home. These girls couldn't talk to their mother all weekend, because Chris thought they'd have a "crying fest" if they were allowed to speak to her, and kept asking when she was going to be home. Bella was also supposed to start school that day. The girls went to bed early and woke up early, so even though that was very early in the morning for them, I highly doubt they were falling asleep when their mother's corpse was in the truck at their feet covered in trash bags. They would have been hysterical. They were in their nightclothes, they didn't have shoes on, and their mother was unresponsive in a trash bag. They weren't going to school, they were going to a weird field in the middle of nowhere. Bella did not say in her "soft, sweet voice" are you doing to do to me what you did to CeeCee" without Chris knowing what he told her in response. She would have been agitated, and freaked out. ANY child that age would have been. We have to remember that we are dealing with a habitual liar who can't tell the truth to save his soul. He did not just get religion and become honest, and he has IMO not yet told the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.