Monday, July 31, 2006

Van Houten Parole Report

Don't you love it? This shit has been going on for DECADES.

Look, Leslie, it sucks, I agree because if anyone was gonna get out it was you. But you aren't. So life sucks. Just ask Leno and Rosemary.

13 comments:

molly said...

woww, there's an entire blog for that crime?

ColScott said...

what crime?

Salem said...

hi Molly!
nice to meet ya
:)

catscradle77 said...
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meatpile said...

Thanks again Col -

Do you happen to have the 'Larry King Live' interview with Watkins? That would be great to see.

Deb B said...

She looks to nice! Now - she looks like she's given up a lot hope

Yepyep said...
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agnostic monk said...

Yepyep said...
>>>I'd like to know just what it was that Leslie did that would qualify as particularly 'heinous'<<<

Personally I think stabbing a defenseless woman in the lower back 16 times - whether she was dead already or not - and then laughing about it in court as though it were all a game while the woman's family looks on, is pretty damned heinous.

Leslie probably should be paroled at this point but the adjective fits very well.

Deb said...

Thanks Colonel.


YepYep I agree, I keep looking forward to seeing what Stephen Kay has done with his specs!

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Mark said...

Van Houten separated Rosemary from her husband so they couldn't help each other resist being knifed. Van houten put the pillow case over Rosemary's head so that Rosemary could not defend herself from being knifed. With an electrical cord Van Houten anchored Rosemary to a lamp so that Rosemary would be hindered in defending against being knifed. And Van Houten held Rosemary so Krenwinkel could begin the knifing. As to the knifing Van Houten variously admitted to "cutting up the woman" while she was resisting, and sometimes says she doesn't remember if she knifed Rosemary during the fighting.

Roseemary LaBianca was complying with her captors' demands. She had surrendered. Van Houten's response was cruelly heinous.

She knew when she volunteered to get in on that night's killings just what the deal was: she would get to murder, but would risk the penalty for murder. It was worth it to her then. She got what she bargained for.

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