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Found Deceased CO - Shanann Watts (34), Celeste"Cece" (3) and Bella (4), Frederick, 13 Aug 2018 *CW GUILTY* #48

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  1. MsBetsy

    MsBetsy Well-Known Member

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    Autism would have definitely have been diagnosed at a very young age. I thought we were talking about Aspergers, which is much harder to diagnose. Imo
     
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  2. MassGuy

    MassGuy The Monsters Ain’t the Ones Beneath the Bed

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    Sorry. I will edit to reflect that, as that’s what I was referring to.
     
  3. MsBetsy

    MsBetsy Well-Known Member

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    Yes, I thought we were discussing Aspergers, which is much milder and many types are difficult to diagnose. Autism is quite different. Some people manage to go through half their life before being diagnosed with Aspergers. But Autism requires a lifetime of learning appropriate behavior.
     
  4. Jennifer17

    Jennifer17 Former Member

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    Same thing, different position under the umbrella. Many kids are diagnosed with autism which later becomes a diagnosis of Aspergers, but they are different forms of the same syndrome.
     
  5. cailleach

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    Weld County Jail: All visits will be a maximum of thirty minutes long and will be subject to monitoring and recording. Detentions - Sheriff
     
  6. MsBetsy

    MsBetsy Well-Known Member

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    Oh, that's ok. It's confusing because Aspergers is considered a form of Autism, but it's not quite the same. They are still finding different types. They really should make it a diagnosis on its own. Jmo
     
  7. molly1255

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    Oh no - not at all! My post was about an attorney who is making videos about the case.
     
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  8. Jennifer17

    Jennifer17 Former Member

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    Why?
     
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  9. MsBetsy

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    The two have only recently been lumped together, since 2013, I believe. It's caused a lot of debate in the medical community because of the very specific differences between the two disorders. I just think it would be easier if the two stood on their own. But that's a whole different topic.
     
  10. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    Maybe it just fits with an annihilator's psyche. My theory is they choose death rather than be unmasked. With annihilated identies, and often enmeshed with a parent, they live in narcissistic panic of any imperfection showing - like leaving a pregnant wife for an affair, even if the in-laws hate his spouse.

    But because they're used to manipulating and having all their lies accepted by mommy or daddy, they stupidly think they will be believed.

    But a trial with all that live testimony and full blown photos of the bodies on huger screens. And all the world and his parents sitting there. Watching it. And he did it.

    It could be that's the only reason he pled so quickly. Every hearing was going to be closer to trial. Shameful. Preliminary hearing. Everything coming out.

    I'm sure they did. Everything. Including the differences between death row and regular prison (which I'm not sure about in CO).
     
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  11. Jennifer17

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    Yep, like putting his hands over his ears and saying 'I don't want to hear it or see it, make it go away.'
     
  12. katydid23

    katydid23 Verified Juanette

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    But CW's defense team is very experienced. Surely they know all about the lack of Death Sentences being carried out in Colorado. How would they be punked?
     
  13. MsBetsy

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    Yes, what is that all about? I don't understand.
     
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    (For those discussing Asperger’s:

    “Asperger syndrome, or Asperger’s, is a previously used diagnosis on the autism spectrum. In 2013, it became part of one umbrella diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 5 (DSM-5).“

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    “Though the diagnosis of Asperger syndrome is no longer used, many previously diagnosed people still identify strongly and positively with being an “Aspie.”“

    What Is Asperger Syndrome? | Autism Speaks

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    Doctor Behind Asperger's Syndrome Subject To Name Change

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    Asperger's syndrome dropped from American Psychiatric Association manual

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    http://www.cjnews.com/news/canada/aspergers-links-to-nazis-causes-society-to-consider-name-change )
     
  15. Jennifer17

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    I think that he is saying that the defence team punked him. Why would they?
     
  16. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    Thanks you two. Interesting information.

    Just what each was allowed. 30 minutes. So it was recorded.
     
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    It's also kind of like ripping off a bandaid. If's less painful and the stress of the anticipation is a lot shorter if you just tip it off yourself in one fell swoop, and not let someone else slowly peel it off.
     
  18. I've seen a definite trend in folks attempting to diagnose child killers. Some are trying to claim that Ross Harris suffers from ADHD when he remembered everything else that day in extreme detail, including other customers and exactly where they sat inside the Chick-fil-A that morning. But somehow he conveniently 'forgot' (or rather lied about) everything that had to do with his son that day.

    Unless there is some yet unknown disorder that causes people to act with unimaginable selfishness and cruelty, I'm simply going to think of them as monsters. MOO
     
  19. cailleach

    cailleach Well-Known Member

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    Yes, by the book, so to speak. No special treatment.
     
  20. tmar

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    That is so good.:):):)
    So inmates, speaking to visitors in confidence, are unable to plan, to arrange to hurt others outside, is that correct as all is recorded.
    Certain inmates, due to perhaps being in prison, may blame others, and wish them harm.
    MOO.
     
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