THAT'S THE WAY IT WAS

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April 19, 1971: Superior Court Judge Charles H. Older pronounces judgment on Charles Manson, Patricia Krenwinkel, Susan Atkins and Leslie Van Houten for the Tate-LaBianca murders: “It is my considered judgment that not only is the death penalty appropriate, but it is almost compelled by the circumstances. I must agree with the prosecutor that if this is not a proper case for the death penalty, what should be?”

Photo: Manson entering jail under suspicion of murder, Los Angeles, CA December 9, 1969 (Bettmann/Corbis)

April 19, 1971: Superior Court Judge Charles H. Older pronounces judgment on Charles Manson, Patricia Krenwinkel, Susan Atkins and Leslie Van Houten for the Tate-LaBianca murders: “It is my considered judgment that not only is the death penalty appropriate, but it is almost compelled by the circumstances. I must agree with the prosecutor that if this is not a proper case for the death penalty, what should be?”

Photo: Manson entering jail under suspicion of murder, Los Angeles, CA December 9, 1969 (Bettmann/Corbis)

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    This evil creature, cause he’s not human butchered Sharon Tate with a knife ! While she was pregnant !!!
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