Sunday, March 05, 2006
Comments Splitting at The Seams
Last week's post has over 660 comments.
I go away and the Blog takes off?
What I like about this is that most everyone is being calm and rational.
If only Charlie and the Bug had both been the same in 1969 we wouldn't be here now.
There's a lot of detritus among the comments and I only made it part of the way through.
Here are my thoughts. I am the black and the comments are in red.
Charlie does go in to the La Biancas. So Charlie wants to make sure Tex and the girls get the right house and person.
Bingo. I agree. Very well said 60skid
If i'm not mistaken, wasn't the Labianca home creepy crawled again "after" the murders
I never heard that and don't believe it- it would be a crime scene- I had heard that perhaps it had been crawled BEFORE and that that was why Rosemary was wigged. Sorry SSN Could it be that CM met someone when he was in Terminal Island who was aware of Leno LaBianca's gambling debts.
And then waited two and a half years? Ummm I don't buy that.
The Labianca's were killed because there was no one at the Harold True house when Manson came-a-calling. I think that's a safe bet to say
Sorry SSN that doesn't make any sense unless you believe in the BUG and random killings. I do not.
The DA wanted Manson and Atkins at all costs.
I'm calling bullshit on Atkins- she had a deal and she completely fucked it up for herself. With that in mind, I think he stopped at the Pasadena house to talk to someone about what time the LaBiancas would be arriving home from their trip. He has the rest drive around the block so they won’t see that he’s made contact with anyone. Maybe Suzan LaBerge called to tell the Pasadena resident what time they were leaving Lake Isabella.
Maybe. No way to be sure but could be.. A friend of Suzan's?
After California abolished the Death Penalty, and all those on Death Row got life and became eligible for parole. Were any Death Row inmates paroled during that time period?
Your question is unclear. If you are asking if any people who were on Death Row who got their sentence lessened by the 1972 have been paroled the answer is yes as I recall... and one or two of them fucked up and got put back right away.
More in a while- dang you've been busy...