July 7, 2010 by Post Team
Marcus Wesson:Six years ago, of Fresno became the scene of a famous slaughter. Marcus Wesson is now on death row for killing nine of his children. His victims were children he fathered through incest. In prime time special “Family Secrets”, the stories of the survivors of members of Wesson’s family, including Wesson now ex-wife Elizabeth will be discussed.
divorce, Elizabeth Wesson became the final two months ago. He says he has a value closer to its symbolic. Marcus Wesson was the control of his life since he was 8.
The story of his family is the focus of the hour special about how she and her children survived decades of mind control, and how progress is made today.
Elizabeth Wesson said not even begin to see the deep scars, her ex-husband left her and their children until several years after the horrific crimes. “It feels like coming off the fog or something. It took me time to get where I am, it really has.”
On Tuesday night, Elizabeth and their five surviving children share the pain they suffered under the constant supervision of convicted murderer Mark Wesson.
Elizabeth says her family has opened up and spoke candidly with correspondent Jay Schadler about what they have done to cope with extreme physical and sexual violence. “This is the first time to verbalize what they are experiencing. And it will be difficult for me to see. It is very hard.”
life stranded family led under the authority Wesson came to an end in March 2004 when Fresno police arrived in the internal dispute in the Central House Family Fresno. After a brief standoff the officers were to find nine bodies stacked in the corner, all shot.
Murder on a secret group of family hid for many years. Life beatings, abuse and incest. Even today, the exchange, as they were hard.
“The questions I was not prepared for questions that you know that you tried to answer as honestly as I could, and brought back many memories that I really do not want to remind everyone.
As part of this story, the family returned to where he lived with Wesson … How to Tomales Bay in Northern California. Although the family is almost always lived together, were isolated from the world. Travel reminded Elizabeth of emotional trauma, children always will be.
“Seeing the pain on the faces of my children. Because after we shot it took about a week or two to get this regard. Because it is very painful.”
The first Fresno police officer who arrived on the scene that day also spoke about their experiences. Eloy Escareño was the first to enter and confirm that family members had already assumed.
You can find more information about Wesson’s surviving family members to current members of “Primetime - Family Secrets.” That’s 22:00 here on ABC30.
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