Chris Watts Arrest Video Exposed! Watch Colorado Killer Get Cuffed After Confession

Just moments after cold-blooded killer Chris Watts confessed to his father and authorities about the gruesome murder of his family, he was placed in a belly chain, cuffed and transported to Weld County Jail, as shown in a video exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com.

“I’m going to have you face the wall,” an officer said to Watts as he began the process in the police video.

“Lift up your hands,” he told the 33-year-old who had killed his wife, Shanann, 34, and two daughters Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3.

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“Face me,” the officer said as Watts turned around. A leather belt was placed around his waist and the metal handcuffs were attached to the belt.

“You don’t have anything on you,” the officer asked in the video obtained by Radar.

“Anything in your pockets?” Watts said no.

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The police officer gave Watts a full body pat down, telling the confessed killer: “Spread your legs.”

The officer also asked Watts if he was wearing “earrings, necklaces, anything like that?” and was told no.

Watts was filmed walking into the garage and sitting down in the backseat of a police SUV. The officer buckled him in and closed the door.

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As Radar previously reported, Frederick Police Department responded to Watts’ neighbor’s home on the day the cold-blooded killer reported his family missing, where he saw firsthand the infamous surveillance of himself holding a red gas container and driving off in the truck that was carrying the bodies of his family.

The demented murderer brutally strangled his pregnant wife and smothered his two daughters in their home. He dumped the little girls’ bodies in oil tanks and dug a shallow grave for Shanann during the early morning hours of Aug. 13.

Watts was sentenced to five consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole for the gruesome murders.

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