In the comments section under the thread Ex Manson Follower's Legal Maneuvers Cause LAPD Delay-
I was reading "Manson's Right-Hand Man Speaks Out!" today on Watson's website. Here is a quote from him "It's not easy for me to talk about or to read about the actual murders as portrayed in my book Will You Die For Me? The facts of my book were taken from tape recordings I did with my attorney only four months after the crime. These recordings were very accurate descriptions of the crime, play-by-play."
That made me think first of all good find. Second-Tex writes "These recordings were very accurate descriptions of the crime, play by play."
THE CRIME. Leaves room for speculation. Not THE CRIMES.
He does not mention crime in plural. Plural to me would mean Tate /LaBianca. Singular, would that be Crowe or Shea? Or maybe other crimes we don't know about? Was it just an error he said crime singular? I personally think he meant just TLB. Either way in his book he claims the recordings are accurate.
Watson denied there are additional crimes besides TLB on the tapes in a legal filing opposing LAPD gaining possession of the tapes. Watson did not object to LAPD detectives being allowed to listen to the tapes in the presence of some kind of court monitor, but LAPD maintains that is not adequate for a proper investigation. Maybe he is telling the truth (for once) when he says there are no other crimes besides TLB mentioned on the tapes. As always regarding the crimes I am baffled.