BREAKING: FRANKLIN WILLIAM RZUCEK charged with misdemeanor child abuse October 31, 2015

Shan’ann’s younger brother, who has emerged during the last four weeks as a prominent spokesman for his sister, nieces and unborn nephew, was charged on two counts in Moore County, North Carolina for:

  1. Contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile.
  2. Misdemeanor child abuse

2015 was the same year the Watts family filed for bankruptcy [in June].

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Still no confirmation on media reports about public records cited indicating Chris and Shan’ann were each arrested mutiples times while living in North Carolina.

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26 thoughts on “BREAKING: FRANKLIN WILLIAM RZUCEK charged with misdemeanor child abuse October 31, 2015

  1. Oh my God. First of all you are FIRST on every scoop. That’s amazing. But second of all this is really a horrible twist even if it was 3 years ago. Frankie. He’d better be careful, he’s putting all of his emotions out there on social media. That’s not the place for them.

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  2. This rap sheet, altered ( photoshopped) was posted on twitter several weeks ago and the text implied he was some kind of child abuser! In reality that charge can mean something as minor as sharing a drink with someone underage.

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  3. Whew, wow, finished the book. Glad there will be another! Last paragraph showed the sardonic wit again. Also I didn’t realize what those oil tanks looked like – I was looking at ground photos, thinking they were little garbage-like cans! How the heck did the police get them out of there?? What a clever moron he was, putting them way down in a gigantic tank.

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  4. I had the whole day off yesterday off so believe me, I read every link. I really just couldn’t put it down, and I’ll leave a review. I had seen the oil drums from the air and really couldn’t fathom how big they are, and the work he would have had to go to to climb the stairs, etc.(from your link). I think what’s going to happen is he will have a high profile attorney, and use the defense she killed the girls and he was “justifiably” angry. So it will be crucial if they can pinpoint time of death for the girls. Didn’t someone say he used garbage bags? That may have kept them sealed inside the oil drums. Didn’t the police department say they think the girls were in there four days? If they found everyone Thursday then that would be Monday. It also occurred to me if he had done this over the weekend before she returned, a neighbor may have popped over to say hello or see if his girls wanted to play with their child and he would have had to explain why they couldn’t – in the middle of the day. Also a neighbor has a dash cam, which if her car was parked showing his driveway she would surely have commented that she saw him leave without the car seats, etc. And I like your point that he wouldn’t have wanted to make multiple trips. Of course it would be very helpful if there are cameras, surveillance materials, around the oil drums, or if a drone caught him in the act of disposing of the bodies. Well, this story will continue on unless he takes a plea.

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  5. This book hit me hard, due to my own experiences in a multi-level marketing corporation. I know what it does to you. And it’s built-in to these “pyramid companies” that the one making money is the one who scrambled up to the tippy top on the backs of others, early on, and of course – the corporation. That’s who’s really making the billions and billions in profits, the corporation. I had a good job, that I quit, to do it – not for “all of the money I could make” but because it was marketed as allowing me to spend time with family (which we didn’t have yet) work from home, be my own boss, and help other women achieve their dreams and vision for their families. There is so much brainwashing even after I quit I still believed I just didn’t work hard enough (no? I was working seven days a week, all day long, and at night until 10 p.m.). I stumbled onto a website two years ago that told it like it is. There are thousands of these companies scamming people on a daily basis. One woman I know, in a different company, was “given” (more like made to make payments on) a white Mercedes. That’s their trademark car at a certain level. I often wondered if things were going so well for her why she got so drunk with others on her sales team one night and crashed it, continued to drive it home and into the garage where the front bumper hung down to the floor and still, she couldn’t see how the stress of having to put on a persona and pretend to be wealthy had contributed to this accident. Crashing your company car is rather a subconscious message, isn’t it?

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  6. Oh yeah – I forgot about that! You brought up an interesting point about the doll on the couch, covered in the “twister” plastic – that it seems like when Sha’nann says “I don’t know what to make of this”, she might have assumed the kids had done it, but that it’s too tidy of a thing a 4 and 5 year old would do. 4 and 5 year olds throw their toys, run over them even, they don’t typically arrange them, cushion under the head, cushion under the feet, and with a sheet covering the head like a dead body? So if Chris arranged the doll , which I think he did now, possibly he was sending a message, and if so, he was premeditating. Just a thought. Two Face is a great title for the book. Just when I think he was this way, and have compassion for him, I watch the porch video again and think no, he’s another way. He’s a cold blooded killer. Wonder what way he will be in court?

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  7. Good Morning. I’ll be brief. Terri, you have a lot to contribute here, please continue to do so. Even if we move on to another case. I think it could have gone either way as well – that he killed the girls first, then laid in wait for her when she returned home; or that he was building up to murderous thoughts and there was a trigger that night, a blow up of an argument – he even mentions they had an emotional argument, when he didn’t have to offer that. She may have said “we’re leaving YOU” and then after all he had done, all he had turned into and become, it was all for nothing – and he’d have to shoulder the financial storm himself, and shell out even more. But also let’s not forget her flight was delayed 3 hours. If things had gone according to “schedule” and he premeditated all of it, he would have had at least 6-5 hours for clean and coverup. As is, he had barely 3 hours. And, it is as if she just walked into the house, put her suitcase down, threw off her shoes, padded into the kitchen in the dark, and he was waiting, maybe with something more than his bare hands, maybe with a cord or tie of some sort.

    There is also another “Arnold Faks” video around what Chris may plea, and whether there is a possibility that he will get away with this. I can send it later. Good book Nick, and stay here Terri!

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    • I don’t think it’s premeditated because her mom already told her co worker at the barber shop that CW & SW were already talking about separating.

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  8. August 16 at 12:08 AM
    Frankie writes :
    Edit. “We just found out she was pregnant with a baby boy and his name was going to be nico”

    Does “we” mean all of Shanann’s family in NC?

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    • I initially read it the same way and thought it was a big deal, but then I considered the possibility that “just found out” meant recently. In other words, within the last few weeks. It seems unlikely her whole family didn’t know about it when all her friends on Facebook did, know what I mean?

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  9. Noone is diagnosing anything – making an observation. I feel for her –the person who has learned how to survive this way are tortured folks.

    the Borderline and Histrionic Personality Disordered:

    Features of BPD:

    A pattern of unstable and intense interpersonal relationships characterized by alternating between extremes of idealization and devaluation.
    Announcing to the world endlessly how great CW is on her video, followed quickly by a some put down. He is the greatest ever/He is so stupid. This goes on endlessly.

    shows self-dramatization, theatricality, and exaggerated expression of emotion

    considers relationships to be more intimate than they actually are-

    the relentless verbalization about how close and intense many of her online relationships actually are (are you really close to your car salesman?). The reality is most of the people she is interacting with online all the time (considered to be serious relationships) appear to THRIVE folks. In terms of deep meaningful intimate relationships probably not so.

    markedly and persistently unstable self-image or sense of self.
    .She speaks constantly about (before Thrive) how she felt so bad about her self, did not feel confident, successful but now with some Thrive she is valid person who loves herself so much.

    Impulsivity -(e.g., spending, sex, substance abuse, reckless driving, binge eating)

    style of speech that is excessively impressionistic and lacking in detail

    Affective instability due to a marked reactivity of mood (e.g., intense episodic dysphoria, irritability or anxiety usually lasting a few hours

    Watch listen to her solo videos – she describes a long history of mood issues, dark times. feel anxious often, doubting self. feeling unaccomplished etc etc

    Chronic feelings of emptiness.
    -Described in posts all the time. I used to be X, back then I, it used to be X. A long lifelong history – via self report – of feeling unsatisfied, rejected , unloveable.

    uncomfortable in situations in which he or she is not the center of attention -no elaboration needed

    displays rapidly shifting and shallow expression of emotions
    – I love you too (whoever is online) all the time. X your the greatest , again – can describe CW as the greatest and in 10 seconds shift to calling him an idiot. These are not one time instances – the are patterns.

    physical appearance to draw attention to self

    The core feature for the BPD is fear of being abandoned – it is real for them and mortifying. In one night, in all likelihood she learned : that he WAS really leaving- that he was in love with someone else and that he had been enjoying sex with men for some time -that is a lot to take in – especially for the fragile. MOO

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  10. You should try and see if there was a history of superficial suicide attempts back in NC. Might add credence to his version of events – she lost it finding out she was losing her rock .

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  11. More info:

    Borderline Rage: What I Wish People Knew About BPD and Anger[/size]

    [size=30]The psychological literature is clear in documenting a strong connection between BPD and violence (10-15). Among the generally recognized emotions that motivate homicide are jealousy, fear, hate, anger/rage, rejection, depression/hopelessness and embarrassment (see Buss [16] for a description of emotions that motivate murder). The research also overwhelmingly recognizes that an individual with BPD has severe deficits in emotional processing and regulation, as well as deficits in controlling his/her emotional responses (17-19). The extent to which BPD may serve to predispose an individual to homicide is underscored by the work of Marsha Linehan. In her book, Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder (18), Linehan conceptualized that individuals with BPD often experience severe dysregulation in multiple areas of their lives, including emotions, interper-
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    [size=30] we have found that the cognitive, emotional and behavioral dysfunctions inherent in BPD have served to predispose those individuals to a catathymic crisis (18). Because individuals with BPD are hypersensitive to rejection, experience trust issues and have fears of abandonment, they are more likely to overreact to perceived rejection, threats to the ego, or psychological insult (9, 17-20). Difficulties in regulating their emotions predispose individuals with BPD to experience an intensification of their internal psychic/emotional tension. Individuals with BPD are also likely to employ various defense mechanisms in order to relieve their internal conflict, such as blaming the victim for their own internal struggle (2-6). As the catathymic crisis continues, individuals with BPD will likely experience emotional instability surrounding their conflicting thoughts about whether or not to carry out this violent resolution.3 Individuals with BPD can experience severe cognitive dysfunction in the form of paranoid ideation, delusions, and dissociation, all of which make them more susceptible to acting out violently (20). This dysfunction sets the stage for poor decisions, resulting in impulsive and self-destructive behaviors, including thoughts and acts of suicide and/or homicide.

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  12. Just sharing the info I have collected.

    Food for thought:

    borderline personality disorder (BPD) to struggle with financial issues. The challenges you face may be made worse by a chronic lack of money. Creditors may even be calling, which can feel like verification of your worst thoughts about yourself.

    Impulsive behaviors like excessive spending: One of the diagnostic criteria for BPD is impulsive behavior that is potentially self-damaging. Many people with BPD spend money excessively, triggering emotional reactions and worsening symptoms.

    She described a really rough relationship with a boyfriend and her first marriage failed quickly. BPD problems. Try and find out more about the reason for the divorce. JMO

    Do some research on Fantasy Bonding and the BPD – interesting stuff.
    About the Fantasy Bond
    https://www.glendon.org/post-topic/the-fantasy-bond/

    I have pondered if she found out about affair right before she left for a month and a half – that being the reason.

    I have wondered if the ( if true and is his child) pregnancy was a frantic desperate attempt to keep her rock. Her bestest/greatest/most fantastic homosapien ever encountered in her existence on the planet was a desperate attempt to trap him into staying.

    His comment during the (if true) pregnancy reveal was something like I guess you get what you want or something like that I found very revealing.

    BLACKMAILED INTO FATHERHOOD;
    Borderline women, and men who love them.

    BLACKMAILED INTO FATHERHOOD; Borderline women, and men who love them.

    Another interesting read :

    Being Married to a Person With Borderline Personality Disorder
    https://www.verywellmind.com/borderline-personality-and-marriage-425222

    The plea deal is very strange. Rare, but included permission to destroy evidence. Generally speaking – don’t most folks in LE want the facts and truth?

    Very fishy stuff. I think he pled out so he would be less supervised and will kill himself.

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