Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Stop the Presses! Shocking NEWS...

I really can't believe this. SHOCKING NEWS.

Charles Manson again denied parole

CORCORAN, Calif. (AP) — Charles Manson was denied parole Wednesday, the 11th time since 1978 that the cult leader was ordered to continue serving life sentences for a murderous rampage in 1969.

Manson, 72, did not attend or send a representative to the proceeding before the Board of Parole Hearings at Corcoran State Prison.

He previously told a prison counselor that he refuses to participate because he considers himself a "prisoner of the political system," said Patrick Sequeira, Los Angeles County deputy district attorney, who attended the hearing.

The board voted to deny Manson parole for at least five years, the maximum allowed by law. He will not be eligible for release again until 2012.

Despite his age, Manson "continues to pose an unreasonable danger to others and may still bring harm to anyone he would come in contact with," the board wrote in its denial.

Manson has had 12 disciplinary violations since his last parole hearing in 2002. He refused to take advantage of rehabilitation programs, and he would not participate in a psychiatric evaluation, Sequeira said.

"He refused to cooperate, so the conclusion they drew from the reports is he still remains a danger to the public," Sequeira said in a telephone interview. "He was convicted of nine horrible murders. He has expressed no remorse or empathy for any of the victims."

Manson initially was sentenced to death for the August 1969 fatal stabbings of five people in the Los Angeles home of actress Sharon Tate and the murders the next day of Leno and Rosemary LaBianca. Prosecutors said Manson and his followers were trying to incite a race war that he believed was prophesied in the Beatles song "Helter Skelter."

He also was convicted of the earlier murder of musician Gary Hinman and the slaying of former stuntman Donald "Shorty" Shea at the Spahn movie ranch in Chatsworth, where Manson had his commune.

His death sentence was changed in 1977 to life in prison with the possibility of parole, the result of a 1972 ruling by the California Supreme Court that found the state's death penalty law at the time unconstitutional.

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Mark Turner Confuses the Col

If you read Mark's well laid out site,, you will come to the conclusion that he thinks that Manson did it and that he deserves to be in jail.


Except today the doofus posted on his main page the following--

MAY NEWS: I spoke with Manson by telephone on the evening of May 21. I asked if he was going to attend his parole hearing this year and he replied that he was not. He seemed positive that he wouldn't. I guess we'll know for sure very soon.

So help me groove with you Mark. YOU SPOKE TO MANSON and this is all you can tell us? Did you ask him if he was up at the house afterwards or just this bullshit? What is your position Mark?

Saturday, May 19, 2007

BUG should be ashamed

Here's another photo from UCLA... in this one we see Charlie also growing his hair back. Look how freaking short the guy is. THIS is the guy BUG made out as the evil mastermind. I mean buy a clue people!!!!!

Hair Bear Bunch

One of the most interesting thing for an expert like the Col is when he hears details and stories that are offshoots of the main tale. Like I believe Watson in his book when he tells about yelling at his mother that he DID kill a pregnant woman for no reason. Or Sadie in her self serving book talking about her first visit to jail after the sentences, being blanked by the other girls as a snitch.
UCLA archive just organized some old fotos. There aren't too many TLB related but here is one from when the girls were on the way to yet another trial and the hair had started to grow.

Monday, May 14, 2007

BUGing Is Never Ending

The Bug wrote a new book.

It is ginormous.

The LA Times likes it.

No mention of his likely perjury at the TLB Trial. And it isn't hard to find in their own paper.

No mention of stalking the milkman because he might have screwed your wife.

And of course no mention of beating his mistress because she didn't have the abortion he paid for.

If what the Bug said at trial is a fabrication designed to make Manson a menace and the Bug a hero...if he is obviously dislocated in many ways in the brain, vis a vis stalking milkmen etc...if he committed perjury during a capital crime (which carries the death sentence) why does anyone think I am going to believe his 1000 page book?

Saturday, May 12, 2007

Can't Stop the Leslie

INMATE VAN HOUTEN: Manson had told Watson to make sure that everyone did something. And when Tex handed me the knife, I knew he wanted me to do something. And at that moment, I lost all sense of my humanity. I couldn't stop. And then I was able to get a hold of myself and I stopped. And that's when I began to wipe off fingerprints..

PRESIDING COMMISSIONER ANGELE: Okay. You also dressed in the victim's clothing when you left. Correct?


PRESIDING COMMISSIONER ANGELE: And disposed of the clothing you had been wearing because it was blood soaked.



INMATE VAN HOUTEN: Watson needed a change of clothes and I gave him mine. And he threw the clothes we had been wearing in the trashcan.


INMATE VAN HOUTEN: And then I burned the others when we got back to the ranch.

PRESIDING COMMISSIONER ANGELE: Including Mrs. LaBianca's clothes.

INMATE VAN HOUTEN: Those are the ones that I burned.

PRESIDING COMMISSIONER ANGELE: This happened quite a long time ago. And I guess the question that really needs to be answered is how do you reconcile the fact that for no reason that I could gather, you entered a residence just because it was there and slaughtered the two people inside?
Is there really any other question that needs to
be asked?

Mark Turner and the Gypsy Woman

Mark is working on embarrassing the Discovery Channel this time with his good friend Catherine Gypsy Share.

The same woman who never admitted any involvement in the Shorty Shea killings.
The same woman who SHOT at Police Officers.
The same woman who ran a cross country crime spree for years.

Good friends, Mark.

Here is Gypsy lying to BUG. Note closely how he feeds her HIS lines. She puppets his bullshit back to him.

My favorite piece of horse hockey- "It is said of Manson that his reach extends of prison." Who said that, BUG? Oh yeah- YOU did.

Friday, May 11, 2007

Charlie on Parade

This video rocks with its cock out. It is literally Charlie's greatest hits. Enjoy.

I have also added the perfect Charlie quote to the side of the blog. It is the single most important point we can make about the case.

Charlie was a loser and a punk. He was a nothing. He was NOT the "most dangerous man alive".

Thursday, May 10, 2007


Scramble and Monk mention the hated BUG in the comments section, but they seem too lazy to do the work.

Last June, July and August we ran a special series exposing the fact that BEFORE the TLB trials BUG was accused of stalking his Milkman (wtf!) and the Milkman's wife because he was convinced that the milkman was possibly the father of Vince Junior. And that AFTER the TLB trials he was accused of beating his mistress in her Santa Monica apartment because she had not had the abortion he paid for. This was all supported with PDFs of articles the Col paid for from the LA TIMES.

Just look for titles "BUGGING Installment" 1,2 etc.

This was all exposed to me via a pamphlet I bought as part of the Ebay Collection called THE VINCENT T. BUGLIOSI Story, published when BUG ran for DA and credited with helping him lose the election. The pamphlet is by George Denny, who used to rep Bruce Davis. I have tried to find George for permission to print this here, but without success. When I talked to Sequiera this week to give him the James Robinson stalking stuff, he didn't know if Denny was alive or dead.

So Scramble and commenters, go back and read for yourself- it is all there!

Tuesday, May 08, 2007

JemPud Speaketh, So Sayeth the Col

JEMPUD in the comments writes

With regard to this latest posting "Leslie Houten Murdering Slut", I have to wonder whether the tenor (and more specifically the phrasing) might not be telling us as much, if not more, about Col Scott than it does about LVH. I am indifferent to LVH's guilt/innocence, and was not part of the legal machine that put her there. But a cold review of her lengthy incarceration suggests that thirty-eight years after the events there should be some kind of statute of limitations. Given that her continued presence in jail is a political issue rather than a legal one, does it not call for some examination of a process that allows, for example, 'victim's family rights' at hearings to people who have no relation to the victim of the parolee?

And should the people who continue to impede her being paroled when the whole legal system cries out that ‘yes, like it or not, she should be allowed to go free’, not themselves be arraigned for some kind of
habeas corpus, fuelled by vengeance rather than justice? And, can a momentary lapse of judgment (induced by any combination of: youth, emotional immaturity, lack of self confidence, overdependence on a charismatic leader one is desperate to curry favour with, immense peer pressure, mind-altering drugs and the exhilaration, over-exuberance and hedonistic thrill of being young and dropping out in a happy, hippy, hedonistic age), even when leading to such terrible circumstances, not be considered ‘paid’ by now. I'm sure that all of us have at some stage done something without due thought of the consequences, egged on by people and circumstances we are unable or unwilling to control. And been prepared to pay for our stupidity/thoughtlessness. And after due time and process been prepared to show signs of atonement. In such cases is it not reasonable to hope for forgiveness? Forgiveness is the true mark of the Christian, and also of the rational mind – vengeance that of the heathen and of the mindless bigot. Let he (or her) that is without sin … Jem

The Great and Powerful Col Comments- I know many Christians and thus am proud to be a heathen. Christians are the man reason this world is going to hell in a handbag. That said, Leslie DOES deserve to be forgiven. Forgiveness does NOT mean that your punishment is eradicated. It means that your apology is accepted. You say you are sorry, Mommy still loves you and you STILL stand in the corner and apologize to your icky brother. Here is a quote from the Evil Mark Turner's website for YOU to digest, Jemmy-

The following are excerpts from Leslie Van Houten's trial testimony:

"I had a knife and Patricia had a knife. We just started stabbing and cutting up the lady."

"I stabbed her. I don't know if it was before or after death but I stabbed her."

When asked if she felt sorry, she answered: "That's only a five-letter word. It can't bring back anyone."

"What can I feel? It's happened. She's gone. You can't undo something that's done."

When asked if she felt ashamed, she replied "What is ashamed?"

When asked if she felt like crying, she replied "For her death? If I cry, it's for death itself. She's not the only person who died."

The following excerpt is from "Helter Skelter:"

In interviewing Dianne, I learned a number of things which hadn’t come out in her earlier interviews. While they were in the desert together, at Willow Springs, Patricia Krenwinkel had told her that she had dragged Abigail Folger from the bedroom into the living room of the Tate residence. And Leslie Van Houten, after admitting to her that she had stabbed someone, had commented that at first she had been reluctant to do so, but then she’d discovered the more you stabbed, the more fun it was.

Another excerpt from "Helter Skelter:"

By the time I’d finished my cross-examination on this, Leslie had admitted that Rosemary might still have been alive when she stabbed her; and that she not only stabbed her in the buttocks and possibly the neck, but "I could have done a couple on the back." (As I’d later remind the jury, many of the back wounds were not post-mortem, while one, which severed Rosemary LaBianca’s spine, would have been in and of itself fatal.)

Still think this murdering harlot (think FIFTH COMMANDMENT, Christian) should be allowed to roam free? You think that MURDER is a mistake in judgement?

Sunday, May 06, 2007

Leslie Van Houten Murdering Slut

(well, she did bone everything on the ranch including Danny and Bruce, so that is the definition of slut. and she did murder. hence my title. In honor of James D. Robinison of Staten Island)

Anyways... September will be Leslie's next Parole. I'll get the address. I think in Monkeyboy's honor we should have a viral email campaign. It should say

Leno LaBianca was stabbed 42 times with a bayonet and a carving fork. The word "war" was carved into his chest. Rosemary LaBianca struggled to free herself as she listened to her husband's death gurgles. Van Houten held her down before taking her turn in stabbing LaBianca 16 times. She later told a friend it got more fun with every stab.

Then we can have people email their concerns to the board.

More importantly, let's find Rosemary's son and daughter. Sure the daughter was odd for a while, but maybe she's better.

The more pressure, the more she'll stay where she is.

Saturday, May 05, 2007

Leslie Van Houten is Disgusting

Leslie Van Houten was convicted in 1971 of two counts of murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder, along with codefendants, Charles Manson, Patricia Krenwinkel and Susan Atkins. After the penalty phase, the same jury imposed death sentences upon all defendants. The resulting judgment was appealed directly to the Supreme Court, and while the case was pending, the Supreme Court decided People v. Anderson (1972) 6 Cal.3d.628 [100 Cal.Rptr. 152, 493 P.2d 880], invalidating the death penalty. The appeals were then transferred to the Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division One. In that case, People v. Manson (1976) 61 Cal.App.3d 102 [132 Cal.Rptr. 265], the Court of Appeal reversed the judgment of conviction of appellant Van Houten and affirmed the judgments as to the other defendants.

Pursuant to the remittitur filed on December 10, 1976, reversing the judgment of conviction, the matter was retried by a jury. The jury was hopelessly deadlocked and a mistrial was declared. {Page 113 Cal.App.3d 284}

Appellant was retried by a jury. Appellant was found guilty as charged of two counts of first degree murder arising out of the murder of Rosemary and Leno La Bianca, and guilty of conspiracy to commit murder in the first degree. Appellant was ordered imprisoned in the state prison for the term of life, with each of said counts to run concurrently with each other. Appellant was given credit for eight years and twenty days in custody. This appeal is from the judgment.

Appellant has also filed a petition for writ of habeas corpus, during the pendency of this appeal, and said petition will be ruled upon along with her appeal.

So Leslie gets a new trial, claiming that her representation was inadequate during the TLB trial. Fine. Her lawyer did die. But seriously, she was mocking the trial daily anyway. She has some stones claiming she got an unfair trial.

Then she gets another trial. It ends in a hung jury. Smug Homecoming bitch probably thought she was gonna walk for two murders.

But Kay nails her. She gets life. Like, bye bye little Leslie, no more killing for you.

Then she files an appeal. It's disgusting watching her try to claim all kinds of bullshit to get yet ANOTHER trial.

Appellant raises three basic issues on appeal, and makes the following contentions:

1. The trial court erred in discharging a juror without good cause and replacing the juror with an alternate juror, thereby depriving appellant of her right to a jury trial. {Page 113 Cal.App.3d 285}

2. The trial court committed prejudicial error in admitting evidence and details of crimes committed pursuant to a conspiracy before appellant joined the conspiracy.

3. The admission, by the trial court, into evidence of numerous grotesque, gruesome photographs of the victims, constituted prejudicial error.

In her petition for writ of habeas corpus, petitioner contends her trial counsel, Maxwell S. Keith, was incompetent and ineffective regarding certain aspects of the trial, and appropriate
relief is requested predicated upon these contentions.

Now, how crazy is this shit? They nailed you lady. Do the time. You probably could have cut a deal, but you thought you could walk.

Fortunately for us the appeals court laughs at Lulu. First--

Pursuant to the foregoing guidelines, we feel that "good cause" was amply demonstrated supporting the dismissal of the juror in the instant case. We find that Mrs. Driscoll's physical and emotional reaction to the photographs and the testimony would be such that she would be unable to participate in the deliberation process and would not be able to follow the testimony in the trial so as to make an informed decision in the matter. The record supports these conclusions, and it substantially supports the demonstrable reality, that she would not be able to perform the function of a juror.


"[Evidence of any acts or declarations of other conspirators prior to the time such person becomes a member of the conspiracy may be considered by you in determining the nature, objectives and purposes of the conspiracy, but for no other purpose.]"

Hmm- strike two LVH.

[4b] Appellant contends the prosecutor, in utilizing photographs of the victims in both killings in his argument, attempted to persuade the jury by the use of "reprehensible methods" and thus misconduct. Appellant further avers that the argument not only was misconduct because it was calculated to mislead the jury and was an appeal to passion and prejudice, but also because the photographs were introduced for a limited purpose (to prove aspects of the conspiracy), and were argued as substantive evidence "of the facts therein recited." We find no merit in these contentions

Leslie- the appeals court just laughed out your lame arguments. I know, blame your attorney who hung in with you all this time- what do they say to that?

[5] In her petition for writ of habeas corpus, petitioner contends her imprisonment is illegal and in contravention of rights guaranteed by the Fifth, Sixth, Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution, and by article I, sections 7, subdivision (a) and 15 of the California Constitution, in that she was denied the effective assistance of counsel at her trial. More specifically, petitioner contends her trial counsel, Maxwell S. Keith, was ineffective for failing to object or move to suppress petitioner's taped alleged incriminatory statements to homicide investigator, Michael McGann, which statements were bereft of warnings under Miranda v. Arizona, (1966) 384 U.S. 436 [76 L.Ed.2d 694, 86 S.Ct. 1602, 10 A.L.R.3d 974]. There is absolutely no merit in these contentions.

The record before this court clearly reflects a well-tried, well-considered, difficult tactical decision-making effort by petitioner's counsel, Mr. Keith. We do not expect trial lawyers to be soothsayers, with the ability to gaze into crystal balls and predict future holdings of the appellate courts; rather, we expect trial lawyers to be reasonably competent attorneys acting as diligent, conscientious advocates as per the standard set forth in People v. Pope (1979) 23 Cal.3d 412 [152 Cal.Rptr. 732, 590 P.2d 859]. We find Mr. Keith has more than met that standard.

Oh well Leslie, you try to blame Charlie, Bobby, the lawyers, your mom, the court.

How about you killed a mother of two for kicks and should consider yourself lucky to be alive?

Just sayin'.

PATHETIC. Parole in 2007? Not a chance.

Brenda is now selling ceramics in Oregon

"On November 8, 1972, a hiker near the Russian River resort community of Guerneville, in Northern California, saw a hand protruding from the ground. When police exhumed the body, it was found to be that of a young man wearing the dark-blue tunic of a Marine dress uniform. He had been shotgunned and decapitated.

The victim was subsequently identified as James T. Willett, twenty-six, a former Marine from Los Angeles County. This information appeared on radio and TV newscasts on Friday, November 10. {Page 26 Cal.3d 800}

On Saturday, November 11, Stockton, California, police spotted Willett's station wagon parked in front of a house at 720 West Flora Street. When refused entry to the house, they broke in, arresting two men and two women and confiscating a number of pistols and shotguns.

"Both women had Manson Family X's on their foreheads. They were Priscilla Cooper, twenty-one, and Nancy Pitman, aka Brenda McCann, twenty. A few minutes after police entered the residence, a third female called, asking to be picked up and given a ride to the house. The police obliged, and also arrested Lynette Fromme, aka Squeaky, twenty-four, ex-officio leader of the Family in Manson's absence.

"The two men were Michael Monfort, twenty-four, and James Craig, thirty-three, both state prison escapees wanted for a number of armed robberies in various parts of California. Both had the letters 'AB' tattooed on their left breasts. According to a spokesman for the state Department of Corrections, the initials stood for the Aryan Brotherhood, described as 'a cult of white prison inmates, dedicated largely to racism but also involved in hoodlum activities, including murder contracts ....'

"While in the house, the police noticed freshly turned earth in the basement. After obtaining a search warrant, they began digging, and early the following morning exhumed the body of Lauren Willett, nineteen. She had been shot once in the head, her death occurring either late Friday night or early Saturday morning, not long after the identity of her slain husband was revealed on the news broadcasts.

"Questioned by the police, Priscilla Cooper claimed that Lauren Willett had killed herself 'playing Russian roulette.'

"Although, like Zero, Mrs. Willett was not able to contradict this story, the Stockton police were far more skeptical than had been LASO. The three women and two men were charged with her murder.

"They were scheduled to go on trial in May 1973. On April 2, however, four of the five surprised the Court by entering guilty pleas. Michael Monfort, who pleaded guilty to the murder of Lauren Willett, was sentenced to seven years to life in state prison. Superior Court Judge James Darrah also ordered consecutive terms of up to five years and two years for James Craig, who had pleaded guilty to being an accessory after the fact to murder and to possessing an illegal weapon, {Page 26 Cal.3d 801} i.e., a sawed-off shotgun. Both girls also pleaded guilty to being an accessory after the fact, and both Priscilla Cooper and Nancy Pitman, aka Brenda, who Manson once indicated to me was his chief candidate for Family assassin, were sent to state prison for up to five years....

Don't you love how Squeaky always knew where the camera was?

Friday, May 04, 2007

MonkeyBoy Makes NO SENSE

This is James Robinson's email to the great webmaster of The Manson Family today-

I wanted to send you this brief email to thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting up the notice on your website that you'll will be donating 20% of all proceeds on dvd sales to the Doris Tate Crime Victims Foundation. I looked at your website earlier this afternoon and, when I saw your contribution offer, I never felt any prouder of anyone in my life than I did of you today. You did a wonderfully generous thing for the legacy of a woman, Doris Tate, who fought very long and very hard to further the cause of victims of violent crime. You also gave me something to hope for and you gave me proof that my fight to protect Leslie was a worthy cause and something that could provide something good for the surviving family members of the LaBianca family as well as the Tate and Hinman families. You were the first one to respond in kind to the proposition I've been trying to push forward to try and give Leslie another chance at life by giving something back to the victims families. I'm very proud of you and what you did was a very classy thing and I can't thank you enough for having the wisdom, courage and generosity for help putting forth something good that will benefit the memory and the struggle of Doris Tate and the victims family members that she represented. I hope that the victims family members will see that my intentions were good and that my thoughts and prayers are with them and those that they lost. Giving something back to them in the form of a contribution to a very worthy cause that was founded by Doris is a very honorable thing to do and it also legitimizes your efforts to be the best site on this case. It proves to all that you're a very classy and well intentioned person and it's a tribute to your good will. My hope now is that Leslie's Attorney, Christie Webb, will learn from this brave and honorable deed and will offer that same kind of proposal to the board of parole hearings and give them a bargaining chip that will protect them and allow them to make a favorable decision in Leslie's parole efforts. I can't thank you enough for being the one to bring this idea to life and for giving me some hope for Leslie. I will be certain to mention this to Leslie, Linda Grippi and Christie Webb because I know that Leslie would feel very good knowing that the victims families are being given something back and that she's not being exploited because of her situation. I know that Leslie will be very happy to know that something good is being done for the victims families. Thanks Bret ... I mean that from the bottom of my heart .... Thank you so much!!! Best Regards to you and yours, James D. Robinson Staten Island, New York

Of course this is a retarded monkey's type of email because donating money to Doris Tate's fund, however meaningful it may or more likely may not be, ain't got shit to do with Leslie. She ain't earning it.

Monkey Jim Later writes
You simple minded, pathetic, pompus, arrogant little dweeb. Back in the day, your Supermodel wife couldn't hold a candle to the "hottest" girl that ever put a flower in her hair; she was living perfection.

Here is a photo of Leslie back in the day. She looks like a horsefaced jackass that had been ridden around the ranch for a dollar and change. She slept with Bobby. She also slept with Clem, who had the brains of a horsetooth jackass. She ain't no supermodel. And after 30 plus years in the can, she's not likely ready for any action anytime soon, Staten Island Buoy.

[funniest bit- guy doesn't realize I was dead serious and correct about the reality show- the only way any of these people who should by law already be out are gonna get out is by exposing that they are basically old grandmas who are no threat and under the law are rehabilitated and the board is violating the law. The reality show is a good idea. Instead he is making bad videos and buying forehead polish]

Now back to our regularly scheduled search for the truth. (still laughing at Monkey's video- seen by ONE person (me) and the photo of him that makes him look like Clint Howard with Down's syndrome. COMEDY GOLD.)

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Reality TV- It's really quite simple

I was walking with my supermodel wife, discussing our most recent call with Bobby (we have not spoken since early 2006 for various reasons) and we were talking about how it was a year and a half till his next hearing and how he had all these great plans to finally gain his release and shit.

When it hit me.

The perfect plan to MAKE SURE that he gets released. I know that nothing is for sure, but listen to the plan and tell me this isn't freaking brilliant.

Only, when I thought about it, I realized Bobby wouldn't listen. He knows everything man. He'd make a mess of things even though he deserves freedom in the Col's opinion.

Then we thought- LESLIE. While we think she deserves it less than Bobby because of playing the BLAME CHARLIE game, this plan would work for her just as well, if not better.

Go with me here. Follow the steps.

1- Contact Court TV or an associated producer that works with them.
2- Pitch them a reality show- 6 parts- a special of sorts
3- Come up with a catchy name. I like RELEASING THE DEVIL.
4- Get Leslie's prison to cooperate. Promise them new satellite tv or something to motivate them.

Hour one/Episode One- Introduce the old Leslie for the first half. Give the whole gruesome backstory. Show footage from then and through the years. Let Bug come on and slam her as unfit and shit. Take Kay out of mothballs. Then in part two, bring her out. Leslie today. Old. Ugly. Over. Let her talk about how sorry she is. At the close of the episode have Dad or someone show up. Leslies cries.

Episode Two- Start off with the Smaldinos or whoever wants another five minutes of fame. They can ask who is gonna bring Uncle Leno back. Then show Leslie's life behind bars. Barren. hellish. With voiceovers she can talk about the pain and sorrow she feels. Establish through interviews with EVERYONE who knows Leslie that she is reformed, sorry and no threat to anyone. Indeed she would be an asset. End with Kay ranting about what a danger she is, then cut to Grandma Leslie knitting in her cell.

Episode Three- Children start the show speaking about how much they love Leslie. Nephews, nieces whatever. Leslie reflects on not having her own kids. We see more of Leslie's selfless caring for other inmates. Katie shows up and talks about how she knows she will never get out, but poor Leslie was coerced by Tex to stab a dead lady. Poor Leslie. Leslie wraps up by telling us directly that while she doesn't deserve release she would humbly accept it.

Episode Four- Lots of stock footage as we address the elephant in the room. Charlie. We learn more about him. We see him being psycho in modern times. Leslie talks about Charlie but doesn't blame him (because that is bull crap) . She talks about Bobby, Bruce, Tex. Basically admits that they were all on drugs and shit BUT that was so damn long ago. How long must she pay?

Episode Five- The entire episode is scenes of Leslie today as experts establish that she is reformed, remorseful and not a threat to the community. Nothing negative in here- the Bugs have had their say.

Episode Six- Parole hearing open to the public.....

Okay, in case you haven't seen where this is going....

1- You set it up so that you have sympathy for the poor lost girl from three decades ago.
2- You set it up so she CLEARLY has fulfilled all requirements for parole.
3- You put the board members PUBLICLY on the spot. If they say she isn't sorry or reformed or anything, they will KNOW that the TV show will reveal them as liars.

The law clearly says Leslie should be free. The series will make it impossible not to let her go.

Hey, Monkey Boy Jim- forget about crying to ebay. Produce this show. It will make you money, get huge ratings and get her released.

Can't fail.

Jimmy the Monkey Boy

I was just thinking of you again.

And laughing AT YOU of course.

Here's Another Clue for You All....

This picture was taken at the exact same
time that Manson '70 was being filmed.
All the people in this picture appear in
the movie.

The guy in the hat is Mark Ross, friend to
the family and acquaintance of
filmmaker Robert Hendrickson. He was
Hendrickson's access to the family.

The girl, as 'catscradle77' correctly
stated, is Kay Wallace.

I do not know the name of the guy on the
far right, but he appears quite
frequently in the Manson '70 movie. He was
one of the naked guys swimming in the
spring in the footage Hendrickson shot at Spahn.

Both of the guys can be seen briefly
in the trailer for the re-cut version of
Manson '70; 'Manson II':

Mark Ross' house was the site of Zero's 'suicide'.

I'm unable to post this in the comments
section because it gives me this
message: 'Comments on this blog are
restricted to team members'. Can this be
rectified, please?.

JL is referring to the post
labelled $200 Foto.
And is our newest member.

(here is a photo of Kanarek today which you
can use to scare small children)

The Fab Four

"Mel" writes

First of all, I wanted to tell you that I have enjoyed your blog, which I was let to by the videos you have posted on YouTube. Now for my question... Did any of the Beatles ever make any sort of public statement about The White Album and it's supposed influence on Charles Manson and ultimately the crimes committed? Obviously, I am sure they have tried to distance themselves from the situation, but I have never read any comments from the Fab Four about this, and have always been curious what their thoughts were... I mean besides the obvious " He's a nut!" (: Thanks for your time, keep up the good work! Mel

Well, Mel, I cannot point to a definitive passage or quote to answer you. My recollection was that they told some interviewer during the trial that Helter Skelter was a slide in an amusement park, period. I know George went so far as to not let the BUG quote his lyrics in the book...but then allowed a cover version of Piggies in the 1976 TV Film.

My guess is that the Beatles just ignored the whole thing because it was laughable to everyone except BUGliosi.