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    Charles Manson Has Died Nov. 20, 2017

    Serial killer Charles Manson has been hospitalised with an unknown ailment, [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] .
    Manson was removed from California’s Corcoran State Prison today and is being treated at nearby Bakersfield Hospital.
    Manson is reported to be "seriously ill", but further details are yet to emerge.


    "We do not disclose inmate movements for safety and security reasons," a spokeswoman for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation told the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ], but added: "He is alive."

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    Charles Manson Hospitalized

    Charles Manson Temporarily Out of Prison Hospitalized

    1/3/2017 2:03 PM PST

    Update - 4:30 PM PT - -- One of our sources who initially told us Manson was taken from Corcoran State Prison to a Bakersfield hospital tells us the convicted murderer was rushed to the ER for gastrointestinal issues.

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] has been taken out of the prison where he will spend the rest of his life ... into a hospital ... TMZ has learned.

    Manson left California's Corcoran State Prison on Tuesday to get treatment for an undisclosed ailment. We're told he's at a Bakersfield hospital -- about an hour away from the penitentiary.

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    Well I'm not losing any sleep over that one! Ugh.

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    Right, me either. Any sadness I feel is for his victims...
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    Proof that only the good die young.

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    Sadley He is still alive!!!

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    During his decades in prison, Charles Manson has repeatedly broken rules, caused trouble

    January 4, 2017

    During his more than four decades behind bars, convicted murderer [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] — the mastermind behind a gory 1969 Los Angeles killing rampage — has been an unrepentant and incorrigible inmate, repeatedly cited for behavioral problems including hiding cellphones and a hacksaw in his cell.

    State corrections officials say Manson, now 82, has incurred more than 100 rules violations since 1971, when he and other members of his so-called family were convicted of killing pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six other people during a bloody rampage in the Los Angeles area during two August nights in 1969.

    Over the years, he has been cited for assault, repeated possession of a weapon, threatening staff, and possessing a cellphone, Terry Thornton, a spokeswoman for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, said in an email Wednesday.

    "Suffice it to say that he cannot be described as a model prisoner," she said.

    Officials have said over the years that he spat in guards’ faces, threw hot coffee at a prison staffer, started fights, tried to cause a flood and set his mattress ablaze.

    Sources say Manson is now seriously ill. He was taken this week from Corcoran State Prison in the Central Valley to a Bakersfield hospital for an undisclosed medical issue, two sources familiar with the situation said. The sources requested anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly about the matter.

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    Evil bastard!
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    Pfft, kick the bucket already!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maryjane [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Pfft, kick the bucket already!
    No such luck.


    CBS News ‏@CBSNews 5m5 minutes ago

    Mass murderer Charles Manson​, who was taken to a hospital earlier this week, has returned to prison, reports say [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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    Quote Originally Posted by mykittysmama [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    No such luck.


    CBS News ‏@CBSNews 5m5 minutes ago

    Mass murderer Charles Manson​, who was taken to a hospital earlier this week, has returned to prison, reports say [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Sigh........

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    Charles Manson

    In 'Bad Shape'
    Back in Prison

    1/9/2017 1:00 AM PST

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    Charles Manson is back in Corcoran State Prison, and we're told he might not survive his health crisis.

    TMZ broke the story ... Manson was taken to a Bakersfield hospital a week ago for significant intestinal bleeding. Doctors wanted to perform surgery, but Manson refused. Late last week he had a change of heart, but doctors determined he was so weak he might die on the operating table.

    The surgeons went back and forth, planning the surgery again ... but ultimately cancelled it.

    We're told there was nothing more the hospital could do, so Manson was taken back to Corcoran -- largely for security reasons.

    As for the 82-year-old prisoner's condition, one source familiar with the situation said, "He's not good. His health is failing."

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    Forty-Eight Years Later, Manson and His 'Family' Still Haunt Us

    Forty-Eight Years Later, Manson and His 'Family' Still Haunt Us
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    Forty-eight years ago, four of Charles Manson's followers barged into a rented Los Angeles-area mansion and went on a killing spree aimed at igniting an apocalyptic race war that their deranged leader dubbed "Helter Skelter" after The Beatles song.
    The best known of their victims was actress Sharon Tate, who was married to director Roman Polanski and eight-months pregnant when she was murdered.
    Slain with her in the wee hours of August 9, 1969 were hairdresser Jay Sebring, Polish screenwriter Wojciech Frykowski, and his lover, coffee heiress Abigail Folger. An 18-year-old named Steven Parent, who had been visiting the caretaker of the Benedict Canyon property, was killed earlier in the driveway.
    Two more people, Leno and Rosemary LaBianca, would die at the hands of Manson's minions before the Manson-directed massacre was over.
    This is where Manson and his family members are now:

    CHARLES MANSON — Now 82, the ringleader of the killer cult remains unrepentant as he serves nine life sentences at Corcoran State Prison in California. He has been denied parole a dozen times and will be 92 when — and if — he goes before the board again in 2027. But he still appears to be able to enchant women. Two years ago, he and 26-year-old Afton Elaine Burton, also known as "Star," got a marriage license. It expired before they could tie the knot.

    SUSAN ATKINS — She was the third member of the twisted sorority that was "Charlie's Girls," and the first member of the cult to die behind bars in 2009. She was 61. Once known as "Sexy Sadie," she married twice after she was jailed and her second husband represented her at several of her 18 parole board hearings. She was denied an exit every time.

    LESLIE VAN HOUTEN — At 19, she was the youngest of Manson's fanatical followers and was convicted for her role in the LaBianca murders. While serving a life sentence, she became a model prisoner and apologized for her crimes, saying she was "deeply ashamed." But in July 2016, California Gov. Jerry Brown denied her parole for the 20th time. Now 67, she gets another shot at freedom when she goes before the parole board again on Sept. 6.

    PATRICIA KRENWINKEL — Nicknamed "Big Patty," she was part of the foursome that broke into the home Tate had rented and prosecutors said she stabbed Folger so many times police initially thought her white nightgown was red. Krenwinkel, who is now 69, also became a model prisoner behind bars. She is the longest-incarcerated female prisoner in the California penal system — a sorry streak that is unlikely to end when she comes up for parole next year. She has been previously denied parole 13 times.

    CHARLES "TEX" WATSON — One of Manson's henchmen, Watson is now 71 and has been serving a life sentence. Behind bars, Watson became an ordained minister and fathered four children during conjugal visits. When California ended that perk in 1996 for prisoners serving life sentences, Watson's wife left him for another man.

    BRUCE DAVIS — Once considered Manson's "right hand man," Davis is 74 and imprisoned at the California Men's Colony in San Luis Obispo. Like Watson, he too became a preacher behind bars.

    LYNETTE "SQUEAKY" FROMME — She was a member of the cult but never charged with the murders. In 1975, Fromme was nabbed while trying to assassinate President Gerald Ford. Now 68, she served 34 years in prison before she was paroled in 2009.

    LINDA KASABIAN — She was the getaway driver for the murder spree. Horrified, Kasabian later abandoned her cohorts and was granted immunity after testifying against Manson and his followers. She is 68.

    BOBBY BEAUSOLEIL — Nicknamed "Cupid" because of his good looks, Beausoleil is serving a life sentence for stabbing to death Gary Hinman in July 1969. Manson claimed Hinman owed him money and sliced off part of his ear with a sword. Then he ordered Beausoleil to finish him off. Now 69, Beausoleil is serving his sentence at the California Medical Facility in Vacaville.

    MARY BRUNNER — She was one the first members of the Manson Family and bore the cult leader a son named Valentine Michael. Although she played no role in the murders, Brunner was busted in 1971 for robbing a gun store as part of a scheme to bust Manson out of jail. She was wounded in a shootout with cops. Now 73, she was paroled in 1977.

    STEVE "CLEM" GROGAN — Manson called Grogan "Scramblehead" because he was so dim. Sentenced at first to death for his role in the murders, Grogan got life instead after a judge deemed him "too stupid and too hopped on drugs"to have staged the slaughter. He was sprung from prison in 1985. He is 66.

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    Brutal Murders that no one will ever forget ~~So SAD

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    Charles Manson Dies at 83; Wild-Eyed Leader of a Murderous Crew
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    Charles Manson, one of the most notorious murderers of the 20th century, who was very likely the most culturally persistent and perhaps also the most inscrutable, died on Sunday in Kern County, Calif. He was 83 and had been behind bars for most of his life.
    He died of natural causes in a hospital, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said in a news release

    Mr. Manson was a semiliterate habitual criminal and failed musician before he came to irrevocable attention in the late 1960s as the wild-eyed leader of the Manson family, a murderous band of young drifters in California. Convicted of nine murders in all, Mr. Manson was known in particular for the seven brutal killings collectively called the Tate-LaBianca murders, committed by his followers on two consecutive August nights in 1969

    Mr. Manson was a semiliterate habitual criminal and failed musician before he came to irrevocable attention in the late 1960s as the wild-eyed leader of the Manson family, a murderous band of young drifters in California. Convicted of nine murders in all, Mr. Manson was known in particular for the seven brutal killings collectively called the Tate-LaBianca murders, committed by his followers on two consecutive August nights in 1969

    Mr. Manson was a semiliterate habitual criminal and failed musician before he came to irrevocable attention in the late 1960s as the wild-eyed leader of the Manson family, a murderous band of young drifters in California. Convicted of nine murders in all, Mr. Manson was known in particular for the seven brutal killings collectively called the Tate-LaBianca murders, committed by his followers on two consecutive August nights in 1969

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    Charles Manson Tried to Break Out of Prison Using a Hot-Air Balloon, Got in Trouble More Than 100 Times Behind Bars

    Nov 20, 2017


    More than four decades behind bars did not curb Charles Manson's violence or bizarre behavior: He got in trouble more than 100 times for assaults, making threats and even trying to start a fire and flood the prison.

    The cult leader and convicted killer, who ordered his followers to murder seven people in 1969, died Monday of natural causes. He was 83.

    Manson remained a menace to all around him even after going to prison. While serving his life sentence, Manson attacked prison staff, got drugs and phones into his cell and even tried to escape using a hot-air balloon, according to the Los Angeles Times.

    Manson's supposed plan to escape was foiled in 1982, when he was housed in a prison medical facility in Vacaville, California, southwest of Sacramento. Guards found a catalog for ordering hot-air balloons and nylon rope.

    "Suffice it to say that he cannot be described as a model prisoner,” Terry Thornton, a spokeswoman for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, told the Los Angeles Times.

    Over the years, Manson tried smuggling in several weapons, including hacksaw blades. The same year of his failed escape, guards found one of the blades in his cell, along with marijuana and LSD.

    He continued to either bust free or at least cause chaos on several occasions, such as when he attempted to start a flood in one prison, and when he set his mattress on fire.

    He also successfully snuck three cell phones into his cell and was able to make calls and send text messages to people in Florida, New Jersey and California.

    Manson got in trouble with guards on numerous occasions, usually leaving the worst of his verbal abuse for female guards. Among the citations were spitting in one guard's face and throwing hot coffee on another.

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    It's going to be pretty hot where he's headed, and most deservedly so.

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    Did you all see this.

    GoFundMe Page For Charles Manson's Funeral Shut Down

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/gofundme-page-for-charles-mansons-funeral-shut-down/ar-BBFyWDS?li=BBnbfcL


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