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“This is really an embarrassment for…”

Prison Consultant Larry Levine describes Chris Watts as an embarrassment for the Colorado Department of Corrections. Do you think that’s accurate? Levine’s right, Watts is an embarrassment and an inconvenience, but I doubt it has anything to do with the inadequacy of the prison setup in Colorado.

It also doesn’t have much to do with keeping one of America’s most notorious inmates anonymous inside the prison. Are you telling me the same prison where Watts is, where Steven Avery is housed doesn’t know Steven Avery is there?

Elsewhere in the same interview Levine sounds as if he’s on track before he ends up saying something else:

The impact of this case has reached so far into the people of Colorado…[wait for it]…that they’re concerned about…their own staff members possibly assaulting him…

Was Watts’ safety the primary concern for his transfer, or were other concerns of primary concern?

For reference, Aurora mass shooter James Holmes is currently incarcerated at USP Allenwood in Pennsylvania.


  1. Shannon

    For Christ sakes, they’ve had worse then Chris Watts in prisons before. Yes guards can be very shady with certain inmates. They let certain prisoners get away with shit.
    The guy talking is an embarrassment.

  2. Alice

    I have to y, a couple of websites are claiming he has been beaten. So maybe he is being aggressively targeted?

    • Shannon

      I looked all over the internet and saw Nothing on Chris Watts being beaten up.
      He’s in PC for 23 hours a day.
      Where did you see this?

  3. CBH

    That’s absolutely offensive if he is being targeted by guards. They’re supposed to be objective and neutral. He was treated decently in the Wade County jail.

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