CBI Agent Tammy Lee says Coder’s Questions about the “Emotional Conversation” Frustrated Watts

Two things stood out to me about Tammy Lee’s comments. One was her recognition that Watts’ facial expression changed when they started vilifying Shan’ann, and offering her as a scapegoat. Although Watts initially balked at this psychological carrot verbally, it turns out they could easily see – on his face – how much he was willing and able to run with it. And that’s exactly what he did do.

The other thing that stood out was Lee referring to the question that frustrated Watts the most. She’s says it was from Coder, but there were a couple from her where he got pretty angry, and started raising his voice too [related to Tammy not wanting Shan’ann to get a bum rap for a crime she didn’t commit].

TCRS has a particular theory why Watts would have been not only frustrated, but anxious around this idea of the “emotional conversation.” Any ideas what that theory may be?

6 thoughts on “CBI Agent Tammy Lee says Coder’s Questions about the “Emotional Conversation” Frustrated Watts

  1. I cannot believe that Chris had the courage for any emotional conversation with his wife. His inability to share his feelings with her seem to be a large part of the discord within their marriage. In my opinion the ’emotional conversation’ he had with Shannan was his hands around her neck in a stealthy and surprise attack. I also feel the poor girls were long dead by the time Shannan returned home because he would not have wanted potential interruptions during his premeditated attack on his wife.

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  2. I think he was anxious because there was no emotional conversation with Shan’ann – he incapacitated her upon her arrival home. He was going to avoid a confrontation with her at all costs.

    Now, what my gut tells me (so just humor me here), is that there was actually an emotional conversation with Kessinger – and that’s why that was on his brain. I believe the last date at the Lazy Dog wasn’t a fun one and she gave him an ultimatum. He felt desperate and used the credit card as a sign that he would truly break things off with Shan’ann. I also think the 111 minute phone call was a lot of “talking Kessinger off a ledge”. I bet she was going nuts that his wife’s return was imminent and she needed plenty of reassurances that he was going to move on from her once and for all.

    Again, these are my gut feelings, but I base them on what we know of the psychology of CW, SW, and NK.

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  3. Well any emotional conversation for a man that had to google “what does if feel like when someone says they love you?”, would be a nightmare. He had to feign emotions and learned to mimic them throughout his life I suspect. Evidently he hadn’t googled “how should I act and what does it feel like when someone’s family is genuinely missing?”, or, “How do I pretend to give a shit about my dead wife and kids?”.

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  4. I think the anxiety and anger stemmed from the fact that he had to switch gears pretty quickly when he decided to run with the agent’s suggested scenario of Shanann killing the girls triggering him to then murder her. His mind had to have been racing with thoughts as to how now he will have to convince investigators that this is what happened. He may have reasoned that this would be better than being charged and convicted of 1st degree murder. Less time served and not having to face the scrutiny and shame of his family, friends, coworkers, and mistress, had they known how it really happened. To blame it on Shanann bothered whatever was left of his conscience, and grappling with that on top of having to come up with a believable scenario under these circumstances resulted in his frustration in my opinion.

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