I will admit to being fascinated with this case and heres why: in other high profile cases that have caught my interest...from Laci Peterson, to Caylee, to Jon Benet...even the OJ Simpson case...there was a possibility that a moment of rage , a second of lost control was behind the crime. A desire to self-protect and escape punishment might explain the cover-up or all that followed after. That is a human failing I can understand. Not excuse, but understand. At least it MIGHT be a possibility. Im not asserting that this view is the truth in these cases but somehow, if one could even consider for a moment...that the crime MIGHT have begun with loss of control...then PERHAPS we were dealing with flawed humans and not monsters. Maybe Scott argued with his pregnant wife and it got physical; maybe a self-absorbed young Mother made a fatal mistake, etc. These crimes are terrible but there is a possibility in each that the killer may have wanted his victim dead in a moment of rage but death was not a long standing plan. Murder might not have been a months-long calculation. It could have been..but a few seeds of doubt are possible. I see no seeds of doubt about calculation in this case. Society needs to study how a Monster like Coleman is created. We NEED to learn everything about him and his parental family that we can. Ted Bundy killed scores of beautiful young women but they were strangers...not a woman who had been a loving wife of over ten years, children who adored him. Those many years of memories had no impact on Coleman when he calculated how he could fund his new life with sexy Tara. We must understand that he possessed no fatherly love that offset his sexual desires. He wanted Tara. He did not WANT his family. Even more...he did not want his family..LIVING. He made the decision to exterminate them and then he planned and planned. And one night he climbed the stairs and started with Sheri. Beat her and struggled to throttle the life out of her. Then finished and went for his sons. Sat around for a new day to start so he could establish his alibi. Monster cold. Chris Coleman, if guilty, cannot be moved even for a moment from that Monster category. This crime is about intense CONTROL..not loss of control. The deaths of his wife and children were calculated over a very long time. Night after night for months, he participated in family life...received good night kisses and hugs from his sons, read their report cards, watched them open Christmas gifts...while he perfected a plan to exterminate them. This crime is different. This is NOT white hot rage that leads to tragedy; this is a monumental COLDNESS that chills even those of us who read of this crime..to the bone. Its the ultimate horror story of the Monster...lurking behind the loving mask.