Newsome, Tex Watson, Leslie Van Houten Patricia Krenwinkel discussed on Morning Edition


It's reminiscent of what happened in nineteen sixty six when Venice and Florence upper correct your body that devastated many artistic masterpieces this latest what could have been inspired a new generation of what would happen if the angels of mark well our senior European correspondent so if it's only in Venice US of a thanks so much thank you and you're listening to morning edition from NPR news I'm David during and I'm Rachel Martin and you're listening to morning edition on KCRW now this from KCRW knows parole for former follower of cult leader Charles Manson has been blocked laurel board recommended the release but it was reversed last week by governor know some the third consecutive governor to do so Bruce Davis was convicted in connection with the nineteen sixty nine murders of musician Gary Hinman and stuntman Donald Shorty Shea it was the sixth time Davis was recommended for parole and sixth time he was blocked by a governor Davis was not involved in the more notorious killings of actress Sharon Tate and six others by the Manson group the same year parole panels have repeatedly decided the Davis is no longer a public safety risk citing his age and good behavior but Newsome says Davis is still too dangerous to be free he was convicted with Manson and another follower Steve Grogan in the two slayings Grogan was paroled in nineteen eighty five after he led police to she's buried body rubber ball soleil convicted in Hinman's death remains in prison followers Leslie van Houten Patricia Krenwinkel and tex Watson are imprisoned for the Tate killings their co defendant Susan Atkins died of cancer in prison in two thousand nine Manson died in prison in twenty seventeen for KCRW I'm Larry Parral I'm on an.

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