From the later trials of Charles Milles Manson---
"Q. On Sunday, July 27th of 1969, were you present at the Hinman home when a call was made from the Hinman home to the Spahn Ranch?
"Mr. Kanarek: Your Honor, that assumes facts not in evidence.
"The Court: The objection is overruled.
"Q. By Mr. Manzella: You may answer the question.
"A. These questions are all repetitious. They don't mean anything.
"Defendant Manson: (Through the door of the detention room.) He's trying to put it in the jury's head, girl.
"The Witness: I know. I can see. They can see it, too.
"Q. By Mr. Manzella: Would you answer the question, Miss Brunner?
"The Court: Mr. -- the Court is now speaking to Mr. Manson, who is in the lockup in the rear, and who just shouted through the opening --
"Defendant Manson: When is it going to be my turn?
"The Court: -- through the opening in the door. And the Court is telling Mr. Manson that if he continues to shout through the door, if she [sic he] shouts through the door once more, the Court will order that the small door be closed.
"Defendant Manson: Where'a all the human rights I'm supposed to have?
"The Court: All right. Close it.
"Defendant Manson: Big businessman."