No Parole for Charlie

By | Apr 12, 2012

Once again on April 11, 2012, Charles Manson was denied parole by the State of California for his involvement of the 1969 murders of actress Sharon Tate and six other people during a bloody rampage in the Los Angeles area.

Manson did not attend his parole hearing. It was the 12th time he has not been present.

He is currently in Corcoran State Prison in Central California. He is in a separate unit away from other prisoners because it is felt he is endanger from other inmates.

He is represented by DeJon Ramone Lewis, an state-appointed attorney. However the two have never meet.

Manson initially was sentenced to death in 1971. The next year the the California Supreme Court declared that the state’s death penalty law was unconstitutional and in 1977 his death sentence was reduced to life in prison with the possibility of parole.

The current state law is that the next time he could request parole would be in 15 years when he would be 92. Will be be alive in 2027? Only time will tell.

Charles Manson as well as Susan Atkins, Leslie Van Houten and Patricia Krenwinkel was convicted of the murders. Susan Atkins died in prison on September 24, 2009. Van Houten and Kernwinkel remain in prison.


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