7 thoughts on “Chris Watts: Who’s Controlling the Narrative?

  1. What is your theory why Watts is bringing up Oxycodone/Oxycontin now? A reference to deleting a google search about it has pretty much been buried in the discovery documents all of this time, and I doubt Watts is privy to any supplemental autopsy report, or that one exists.


  2. Watching the body cam footage again from 8/13/18 at around 43:53 as Watts is heading downstairs to go watch Nathan’s camera footage, he tells the Officer “she took alot of medications in North Carolina.” He also provided a laundrylist of symptoms she was suffering from and mentioned she was taking imitrex for headaches. Looking up drug interactions between Oxycodone and Imitrex, Imitrex contains Sumatriptan, and when combined with Oxycodone can cause drowsiness, dizziness, increased heartrate and a host of other symptoms none of them good. And didn’t Nichol Atkinson say she was having headaches, and had taken her Imitrex while in Arizona? Watts was apparently observing Shan’ann take “alot” of medication while in North Carolina or so he says. At any rate this may have prompted her to begin taking medication for nausea as well, thinking her symptoms were due to the pregnancy – they were – but not in the way that is ordinarily attributed to pregnancy. She was also in her second trimester, so morning sickness would have passed.


  3. Your ongoing thorough review of this case is exceptional! Thank you so much for all your hard work. I’ll definitely be purchasing your 2 books about it. Bless you! 😇👍🤗💛👋✌️


  4. That’s the video – with Officer Coonrod. It’s a treasure trove of information. One other thing I missed is at the end, when he’s down in the kitchen with Coonrod and other officers, he makes a contradictory statement. He says he was passed out cold, or asleep when Shan’ann arrived home, yet he says she arrived home at 1:48. Pretty specific. How would he know, if he was passed out asleep? They didn’t question that or perhaps they were just mainly trying to gather information and observe his behavior.


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