by Julia Dudley Najieb
Marcus Wesson: Mysterious Web of Deception entails the true accounts of one of the largest and most unusual mass murders to ever plague the San Joaquin Valley.
On March 12, 2004, chaos broke the peace of the close-knit community at 761 Hammond Ave., Fresno, Ca. The bloodied, accused Marcus Wesson surrendered himself at gunpoint to Fresno police officers and the SWAT team. His cooperative and emotionless demeanor was disturbing to all who watched the plot unfold. Inside the house was a horrid crime scene, where a heap of nine bodies lay intertwined in a bedroom corner: nine victims of a bizarre shooting, each shot in the eye. All of the deceased victims were offspring of Marcus Wesson; no signs of struggle from any of them were apparent before their murders. Several coffins were found at the murder scene causing some to believe the homicides were premeditated.
Join the author Julia Dudley Najieb as she unweaves the sticky web of deception and brings light to the darkness discovered:
-Marcusís incestuous relations and lewd sex acts with his daughters and nieces who became his wives
-Significance of the gunshots to the right eyes
-The lasting impact of the insidious, emotional rape of the women in the family
-The meaning of the coffins made of antique wood found at the scene
-Marcusís dominating religious beliefs
-The meaning of Marcusís long, unkempt shaggy dreadlocks
-Wesson children who had no birth certificates or academic records
-Interpretations of the Wesson family dynamics by Dr. Eric Hickey, a criminology professor and author of the book, Serial Murderers and Their Victims
-Read about the upcoming trial and possible judgments Marcus Wesson will face from Fresno renowned criminal defense attorney Ernest Kinney and other experts offering commentary
-Also find other ambiguities and Wesson family secrets exposed
The above information is from the book's back cover.