HTV National Desk Published 9:43 am CST, Wednesday, March 6, 2019 Image 1 of / 4 Caption Close Image 1 of 4 Attorney: Chris Watts' daughter knew her mother, sister were dead and pleaded for her life 1 / 4 Back to Gallery Chris Watts' 4-year-old daughter knew her mother and younger sister, Celeste, had just been killed -- and she feared she would be next. "Please Daddy, don't do to me what you just did to Cece," said Bella, according to a lawyer for the family of Shannan Watts, the girls' mother. Earlier, Bella had walked into the room just after Watts had strangled his wife, Shannan, and was wrapping her in a sheet to dispose of her body. "What are you doing with Mommy?" Bella asked her father. Bella's last words and other details about the disturbing familial murders were revealed by attorney Steven Lambert on Tuesday's "Dr. Phil" show. Lambert's summary of the events provides a chilling picture of how Chris Watts … [Read more...] about Attorney: Chris Watts’ daughter knew her mother, sister were dead and pleaded for her life
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Updated 4:04 pm CST, Wednesday, March 6, 2019 FILE - This undated file photo from the Weld County Sheriff's Office shows Chris Watts, who pleaded guilty in the deaths of his pregnant wife, 34-year-old Shanann Watts, and their two daughters, 4-year-old Bella and 3-year-old Celeste. Lawyers representing Shannan Watts’ parents say he killed her after she threatened to keep him from seeing their children because he wanted a divorce. (Weld County Sheriff's Office via AP, File) less FILE - This undated file photo from the Weld County Sheriff's Office shows Chris Watts, who pleaded guilty in the deaths of his pregnant wife, 34-year-old Shanann Watts, and their two daughters, 4-year-old ... more Photo: AP Photo: AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 FILE - This undated … [Read more...] about Lawyers: Watts killed wife over threat to keep him from kids
Excruciating details about the murders of Shanann Watts, her unborn child and her two daughters, at the hands of her husband, and father of the children, Chris Watts, were aired Tuesday on national television.Chris Watts strangled his wife, Shanann, after the coupled had argued and Watts admitted to his wife that he was having an affair, according to dialogue on Tuesday’s episode of the Dr. Phil show.When Chris, on Aug. 13 at their Frederick home, told Shanann that their marriage was over, that he wanted a divorce, her response was: “You’re not going to see the kids again.”That’s when Chris Watts strangled his wife to death, according to show interviews.Dr. Phillip C. McGraw, the show’s host, sat down with the “legal team” of Shanann’s parents, Frank and Sandi Rzucek. The information and material discussed was passed along to the legal team by Sandi based on a five-hour post-conviction interview Watts gave to investigators on Feb. … [Read more...] about Gruesome details of Chris Watts’ murders of his wife, two daughters revealed by family attorneys on Dr. Phil
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | He Committed Murder. Then He Graduated From an Elite Law School. Would You Hire Him as Your Attorney? Supported by ByNoam Scheiber Feb. 2, 2019 Last September, a group of academics and activists gathered at Princeton University to discuss the limits of artificial intelligence in public policy. The longest debate concerned some of the most sensitive decisions in the justice system, like whether to release a person on bail or parole. Many in attendance were queasy about using algorithms to determine prison stays — not least because crime data tends to reflect racial bias. But one conferencegoer in particular stood out for his skepticism. His name was Bruce Reilly. The deputy director of a New Orleans organization called VOTE, which advocates for the formerly incarcerated, Mr. Reilly is a minor … [Read more...] about He Committed Murder. Then He Graduated From an Elite Law School. Would You Hire Him as Your Attorney?
A flash of sparkles appears as an industrial-grade laser unleashes a blast of energy, precisely manufacturing channels in laminated tape for a medical device component. Someday, a laser-cut strip of tape almost exactly like this could be used in a tabletop analyzer at a clinic to count your blood cells or check your urine for signs of infection, executives at St. Paul medical device startup Ativa Medical say. But to overcome the significant hurdles to reach such a breakthrough, Ativa will have to succeed where many other health care companies in the past have failed. “We have a team here that is really good at doing really difficult things,” said Ativa co-founder David Deetz, for whom Ativa is his fourth startup. “We usually [form startup] companies where the last 10 companies have failed.” Decade-old Ativa is designing a system it calls the Ativa MicroLab to run accurate diagnostic tests on tiny samples of blood or urine inside a doctor’s office or ER in … [Read more...] about Can St. Paul startup succeed where Theranos failed? Ativa bets on $8 blood tests