What if Charles Manson had not been convicted of ordering the Tate-LaBianca murders?

"Manson endures, even as a sixty-year old, comparatively passive prisoner, unlikely to ever be paroled. [Prosecutor Vincent] Bugliosi sums up the continued fascination with the more fanatical elements of society: 'Today, almost every disaffected and morally twisted group in America, from Satanists to neo-Nazi skinheads, has embraced Manson and the poisons of his virulent philosophy. He has become their spiritual icon, the high priest of anti-establishment hatred.'"

"Charles Manson" by Marilyn Bardsley




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