The Atkinson Transcripts [#1 of 15]

On the night of August 14, CBI agent Greg Zentner was dispatched to Boulder to interview the most crucial witness in the Watts case. The transcript below is an excerpt from a 72 page document spanning 3223 lines of text.

CrimeRocket is the first to reproduce and analyze this critical transcript in-depth. The entire transcript has been broken down into 15 sections.

The first part includes:

  • Shan’ann waiting outside the house on the porch for Nickole to pick her up [so as not to wake the children]
  • Nickole’s concern and suspicion around Shan’ann’s purse
  • Nickole’s first text to Shan’ann on Monday August 13 was at 08:43 and again at 08:55.

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The audio for the above transcript is available here.

The second part includes Nickole’s reason for going to the house in the first place.

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2 thoughts on “The Atkinson Transcripts [#1 of 15]

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