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mansonatwar:

Please download and share. It’s basically complied writings and opinions backed by words from the people involved from the case including the participants in the killings, witnesses, the prosecution, victims’ families, and members of the so-called “Manson Family.”
Page 2: Preface
Page 5: What is Helter Skelter?
Page 9: Why Helter Skelter Doesn’t Fit
Page 23: The Drug Connection Page 36: Who is Charles Watson?
Page 71: False Witness
Paul Watkins &amp; Brooks Poston Page 72
Danny DeCarlo Page 86
Diane “Snake” Lake Page 97
Ronnie Howard &amp; Virginia Graham Page 101
Linda Kasabian Page 105
Barbara Hoyt Page 117
Page 127: Demystifying Susan Atkins
Page 140: Stupid Cupid
Page 162: Bruce McGregor Davis
Page 182: The Bug
Page 195: The Real Race War
Page 207: This Holy Swastika
Page 225: Charles Will Is Man’s Son
Page 238: The Dictator
Page 263: Krishna Venta
Page 277: My Interpretation
Page 290: Words
Page 311: Why Charles Manson is Entitled to a New Trial
Page 315: Charles Manson’s Rap Sheet
Page 319: Playacting with Lies
Page 326: Epilogue
Page 333: Sources

mansonatwar:

Please download and share. It’s basically complied writings and opinions backed by words from the people involved from the case including the participants in the killings, witnesses, the prosecution, victims’ families, and members of the so-called “Manson Family.”

  • Page 2: Preface
  • Page 5: What is Helter Skelter?
  • Page 9: Why Helter Skelter Doesn’t Fit
  • Page 23: The Drug Connection Page 36: Who is Charles Watson?
  • Page 71: False Witness
  1. Paul Watkins & Brooks Poston Page 72
  2. Danny DeCarlo Page 86
  3. Diane “Snake” Lake Page 97
  4. Ronnie Howard & Virginia Graham Page 101
  5. Linda Kasabian Page 105
  6. Barbara Hoyt Page 117
  • Page 127: Demystifying Susan Atkins
  • Page 140: Stupid Cupid
  • Page 162: Bruce McGregor Davis
  • Page 182: The Bug
  • Page 195: The Real Race War
  • Page 207: This Holy Swastika
  • Page 225: Charles Will Is Man’s Son
  • Page 238: The Dictator
  • Page 263: Krishna Venta
  • Page 277: My Interpretation
  • Page 290: Words
  • Page 311: Why Charles Manson is Entitled to a New Trial
  • Page 315: Charles Manson’s Rap Sheet
  • Page 319: Playacting with Lies
  • Page 326: Epilogue
  • Page 333: Sources
"The government of the United States of America is only a business. And that business has been sold out by what you call presidents. They actually wasn&#8217;t your presidents, they were only media stars."
- Charles Manson
(Quote via AirTreesWaterAnimals)

"The government of the United States of America is only a business. And that business has been sold out by what you call presidents. They actually wasn’t your presidents, they were only media stars."

- Charles Manson

(Quote via AirTreesWaterAnimals)

Interviewer: Is Charlie Manson crazy?Charles Manson: Well whatever that means, sure, he&#8217;s crazy, as mad as a hatter. What difference does it make? You know, a long time ago being crazy meant something. Nowadays everybody&#8217;s crazy.(Quote via Diane Sawyer interview)

Interviewer: Is Charlie Manson crazy?
Charles Manson: Well whatever that means, sure, he’s crazy, as mad as a hatter. What difference does it make? You know, a long time ago being crazy meant something. Nowadays everybody’s crazy.

(Quote via Diane Sawyer interview)

At Manson&#8217;s last parole hearing in April 2012, the board presented a quote that was claimed to be Manson&#8217;s statement for the hearing. The quote was, &#8220;I am special. I am not like the average inmate. I have put five people in the grave. I have been in prison most of my life. I am a very dangerous man." However, upon hearing about this, Manson stated, "That parole board lied a lot - I never said what they said I did. I never said that stuff.&#8221;
Just another example of Manson being unjustly fucked over, like always.
(via Manson Direct)

At Manson’s last parole hearing in April 2012, the board presented a quote that was claimed to be Manson’s statement for the hearing. The quote was, “I am special. I am not like the average inmate. I have put five people in the grave. I have been in prison most of my life. I am a very dangerous man." However, upon hearing about this, Manson stated, "That parole board lied a lot - I never said what they said I did. I never said that stuff.

Just another example of Manson being unjustly fucked over, like always.

(via Manson Direct)

"I wasn&#8217;t convicted in the court room - I was convicted in the media. So that&#8217;s the reason I became the media image, because I&#8217;m still fighting my side of the case in the media."- Charles Manson
(Quote via ManSon: Menschensohn documentary)

"I wasn’t convicted in the court room - I was convicted in the media. So that’s the reason I became the media image, because I’m still fighting my side of the case in the media."
- Charles Manson

(Quote via ManSon: Menschensohn documentary)

"You know, I don&#8217;t have any philosophy. My philosophy is &#8216;don&#8217;t think.&#8217; You know, you just don&#8217;t think. If you think, you are divided in your mind. You know, one and one is one in two parts. Like I don&#8217;t have any thought in my mind, hardly any at all, it is all love."
- Charles Manson
(Quote via Tuesday&#8217;s Child)

"You know, I don’t have any philosophy. My philosophy is ‘don’t think.’ You know, you just don’t think. If you think, you are divided in your mind. You know, one and one is one in two parts. Like I don’t have any thought in my mind, hardly any at all, it is all love."

- Charles Manson

(Quote via Tuesday’s Child)

"They know how I ride and what I think and what I do. There&#8217;s no doubt about it. Now out front, if I&#8217;m seen, then I can&#8217;t do the things I would do ordinarily. I have to smile and put on faces. That&#8217;s why I&#8217;m locked up. If it wasn&#8217;t for the publicity, I would&#8217;ve been out of here and gone a long time ago."
- Charles Manson
(Quote via ManSon: Menschensohn documentary)

"They know how I ride and what I think and what I do. There’s no doubt about it. Now out front, if I’m seen, then I can’t do the things I would do ordinarily. I have to smile and put on faces. That’s why I’m locked up. If it wasn’t for the publicity, I would’ve been out of here and gone a long time ago."

- Charles Manson

(Quote via ManSon: Menschensohn documentary)

"I haven&#8217;t been trying to be good, and I haven&#8217;t been trying to be bad. I&#8217;m just trying to, you know, I&#8217;m just trying to live, that&#8217;s all."
- Charles Manson
(via 1997 parole hearing)

"I haven’t been trying to be good, and I haven’t been trying to be bad. I’m just trying to, you know, I’m just trying to live, that’s all."

- Charles Manson

(via 1997 parole hearing)

"I&#8217;m in jail because people wanna keep me in jail. It ain&#8217;t got nothing to do with the law."
- Charles Manson
(Quote via Michal Ben Horin interview)

"I’m in jail because people wanna keep me in jail. It ain’t got nothing to do with the law."

- Charles Manson

(Quote via Michal Ben Horin interview)