Charles Manson denied parole at 77. Told to try again at 92.

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  1. Bigfoot

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    Looks like they got tired of seeing his face every 3.5 years.
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    Try again in 15 years Charlie.

    What a loser, fomenting a race war isn't a job for amateurs, as we are seeing.

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  2. IheartGUNS

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    Who is charles manson?
     
  3. Redcap

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    Poor Uncle Charlie...
     
  4. Dunerunner

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    What a waste of the taxpayers money to keep that scumbag in prison!! He's exactly what the death penalty is for!!
     
  5. Burt Gummer

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    He was just misunderstood.

    Many mass murderers nowadays not only don't go to jail, but they get held up in high esteem as leaders and heroes.
     
  6. Mark W.

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    Charlie isn't a mass murderer he's just the "mastermind" behind some mass murders.

    He was found guilty of conspiracy to commit the Tate/LaBianca murders carried out by members of the group at his instruction. He was convicted of the murders through the joint-responsibility rule, which makes each member of a conspiracy guilty of crimes his fellow conspirators commit in furtherance of the conspiracy's object

    SO basically it was all a misunderstanding according to Charlie.
     
  7. Blitzkrieg

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    My sister has been on the hearing board for Charlie in the past
     
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  8. Burt Gummer

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    That is sort of what I meant. Today's mass murderers wear suits and ties, have plush offices, and have other people actually do the murdering.
     
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  9. Fishnutz

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    The swastika is a real misunderstanding too right?
     
  10. Redcap

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  11. erudne

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    You know the only reason he was not execuited was a stupid law the Lonney Left passed in California, later revoked. He should join his spawn in Hell, but he will live to be released in the final days
     
  12. jbett98

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    I used to salmon fish for springers next to a retired prison guard. He told a lot of first hand stories about Charlie.
    He said he was very entertaining in his delusions, but was pretty tame compared to some of the others he guarded.
     
  13. teflon97239

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    Both factions in the the death penalty debate tend to cite how expensive it can get for taxpayers once someone is convicted:

    Life: Huge expense to house and feed a d-bag like Manson for decades.

    Death: Astronomical expenses to fight the appeals to overturn/stay an execution every time it comes due.

    I know it can vary in every case, but does anyone here have some hard data on the comparative costs shouldered by taxpayers in either scenario?
     
  14. jbett98

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    How about this one! March 5, 2009



    Prisoner Gets $1M Heart Transplant
    A California prison inmate serving 14 years for robbery received a heart transplant earlier this month, renewing a debate about who deserves to get desperately needed organs.

    The taxpayer-supported transplant, expected to cost $1 million with follow-up care, occurred as 500 Californians waited for hearts. The operation saved the 31-year-old inmate from dying of a viral heart condition, said Russ Heimerich, spokesman for the California Department of Corrections.

    Citing two court rulings in favor of inmate care, Heimerich said, "Our hands are pretty much tied. It's not a question for this department to decide."

    He pointed to a 1976 U.S. Supreme Court ruling declaring it "cruel and unusual punishment" to withhold necessary medical care from inmates. And he noted that in 1995 a federal court ordered prison officials to give a kidney transplant to an inmate whose request had been denied.

    Prison system officials and spokesmen for an organ-sharing network confirm that numerous inmates nationwide have received kidney transplants. And, they say, such taxpayer-financed transplants are likely to increase as the prison population ages.

    But the California case could be the first case of an inmate receiving a heart, an organ sought by 4,000 Americans.

    "Anecdotally, I've not heard of any other case of an inmate receiving a heart transplant," said Joel Newman, spokesman for the Virginia-based United Network for Organ Sharing, which maintains the nation's waiting list for organs.

    The level of debate in California has risen as news of the heart transplant has spread.

    "You have to wonder if a law-abiding, taxpaying citizen drew one last breath while Jailhouse Joe was getting a second wind," wrote Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez.

    Conservative radio talk show host Mark Williams in Sacramento said that two callers who were on transplant waiting lists "were absolutely besides themselves."
     
  15. SteelyDan

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    Let him out. I ran out of zombie targets!
     
  16. Blitzkrieg

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    They didn't release Susan Atkins, they won't release Charlie. A little due diligence helps you.

    BTW, it's "looney." :rolleyes:
     
  18. erudne

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    "The Ring gave him unnatural long life"~LOTR
     
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    No, free food, medical, cable TV, one hour of exercise every day and never having to worry about paying the bills.
     
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