The brother of a pregnant Colorado woman who was murdered alongside her children by her husband has declared that his family has no “worries” because they have faith in “God.”
Frankie Rzucek, brother of the now deceased Shannan Watts, sat in court consoling his father Monday as a judge read the felony charges against Chris Watts. Afterward, the grieving brother took to social media to share a message with the thousands of supporters who’ve rallied around the family.
“Thank you everyone for the continued prayers and support. We don’t have any worries. We have faith in God, support from around the world and the sweetest guardian angels I’ve ever known,” Rzucek assured supporters on Facebook Monday night.
The affidavit, which was unsealed on the same day as the court hearing, reveals details about how Chris Watts, 33, allegedly murdered his wife, Shanann Watts, 34, and their two young daughters, Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3.
On Aug. 13, Shannan Watts had returned from a business trip in Arizona with her company Le-Vel and about 12 hours later was reported missing. Three days later her remains were found in an oil and gas field where Chris Watts had worked.
“I don’t know what to say. Just that my sister and nieces are loved by so many. It’s hard to find reasoning for such things,” Rzucek wrote in another post over the weekend where he added one of his late sister’s inspirational quotes. “‘Find the positive in the negative’ she says. Thank you Shanann for all that you’ve done and continue to do and I’m honored to call you my sister.”
Rzucek then asked supporters to not attack Chris Watts’ family, noting that they, too, are mourning over the tragic loss.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Jeannie Law