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Governor nixes parole for Manson follower Leslie Van Houten
"Of Charles Manson has her parole denied again. In July, a California panel recommended that Leslie van how to be paroled after serving nearly five decades in prison, saying she was suitable for release. And for the fourth time a California governor has denied parole. Governor Gavin Newsom said in his decision. That evidence evidence shows shows that that she she currently currently poses poses an an unreasonable unreasonable danger danger to to society society if if released released from from prison. prison. This This is is Newsome Newsome second second block. block. His His predecessor, predecessor, Jerry Jerry Brown, Brown, also also blocked blocked it twice in August. 1969 Manhattan 19 at the time help Manson and others kill Lino and Rosemary LaBianca in Los Angeles. She's serving a life sentence. Todd and
Gov. Newsom reverses parole for Manson follower Leslie Van Houten
"California, Gavin Newsom, reversing parole for Charles Manson follower Leslie van Outen. This is the fourth time A governor has blocked her release into two second time. Newsome is donit matching the number of times Jerry Brown reversed it as California governor Ban hot in doing a life sentence for helping Manson kill L, a grocer. Lena Laban, La Bianca and his wife, Rosemary Back in 1969
"leslie van houten" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"They talked about how boys would walk into walls while looking through their kaleidoscopes or running into cyclists on the street. So this was a huge deal people were super into these. So by the middle of the twentieth century though kind of around the time all these other board games are coming out they were pretty not super exciting anymore because he had things like Bosch and spirograph and other things to keep you busy. But then there is a woman named cozy Baker and I love that name. She sounds like she'd be friends with Blossom dearie faith, and she really revived the interest in kaleidoscopes. She was independently wealthy and between 1985 and 2002 Sion. Seven books about kaleidoscopes know yeah and there are like society's for people who love kaleidoscopes now there she's been following month. Yes. She's been called the first lady of kaleidoscopes the Kaleidoscope Queen the patron saint of kaleidoscopes all these things, but you just see life. Yes. She's been compared to a seventeenth or eighteenth-century Patron of the Arts. She spent her life putting Kaleidoscope artists in galleries together, so they would know each other and encouraging each other and when she died in 2010, she had over a thousand kaleidoscopes including one made from shark skin in Alabaster another made from an elephant's task a $12,000 electric Kaleidoscope one in the shape of a Chrysler building and she said that kaleidoscopes were nourishment for the job. Yes. Now I feel like I want to own a kaleidoscope. Well, they're pretty inexpensive go get one and there's places like a business call kaleidoscopes to you. They sell many kaleidoscopes and some of their greatest hits in their businesses history include giving party favors for Yoko Ono 79th birthday and they gave scopes for a gift basket that George W bush gave to White House staffers. So would what do you think Jess would say holding up his comb nice spin spin that Kaleidoscope. You should bush. Here's the last one. Yeah, see I'm winning. Everybody knows Yahtzee Yahtzee has it's become though a word that we say, you know, like for like a kind of like a wait like Bingo or Bullseye, you know, yeah see like it's we use it and it's just because it's a beloved and people get very excited if they get a yahtzee, which I know I have before I think like one time I remember playing with my family and I got a job see which is when you get all dice of the same number. Thank you for reminding me because it's been so long since I played that I forgot what a yahtzee actually was. Yeah. So you're rolling die you're you get to roll three times five died and you can't keep some as they are and just re-roll some of them or you can re-roll all of them and at the end you get points for what you have. It was made by Milton Bradley no job. Room and you know, it's still a big part of people's lives. In fact in 2011 a three sons killed them brother over Yahtzee or one killed her the other to help cover it up, you know all involved. They said that she wanted to play Yahtzee and the boys didn't and she got mad and grab a few things and stormed out of the house and they killed her unclear but Spooky sorry, I'm just like processing that story. You're telling me what a horrible thing. Yeah, it is a terrible thing..
"leslie van houten" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"Awesome movie based off of this game was just about to tell you that you got all movie games. Yes. There is a very fun 1980s movie called clue. Have you seen this movie? No, but I actually was supposed to watch it last weekend and then didn't and so I'm going to probably try to watch it this weekend and don't tell me what happened. Oh, I won't I couldn't if I tried it is a very fun movie. I highly recommend it. It's a little bit like knives out if you guys are winning a more modern comparison. It's a little zanier than Knives Out much sillier. And if you are a British listener, you might know this game under a different name the British name of the game and original name was Pluto because it was a pun on the idea of clue and the Ludo which is a late 19th century English board game. That in Latin means I play. However, American audiences are not familiar with that game. So they dropped the dough to come to United States. Nice, I like glue same next up man. This guy could fit a lot of games in one song mousetrap. I don't think I've ever played this it was published by ideal different game company 1963. Yeah. It was one of the first mass-produced three-dimensional board games. And this is where over the course of the game you create kind of a Rube Goldberg like mousetrap and they try to trap each other. And in nineteen the 1990s mousetrap was adapted to a game show with in the UK speaking of our British friends called motor mouth and child's intestines take place of a mice of the mice and the life-size that in a life size board game. There was also a clue toe game show in Britain. I didn't mention that but look at that. Look at the yeah, it's turned board games and the TV shows. Yeah mousetrap. Not one that I don't think I've played it. I've seen it. Like I said, I've been in its presence but I don't think that's it. I don't think I've ever played it either another game. I have not played off you ever played bash. Yeah, but it sounds fun. I had a lot of trouble finding much information on this game is not in production anymore. If you want to buy it, you can like buy a 1965 edition of it for $50 plus $7 shipping on Amazon like that kind of situation in Iraq electors item So you can find versions to buy but this is not in production anymore. It is a little bit younger than some of the like board games we've talked about is meant for ages 5 and Up and basically it's a you're stacking these little disks on top of each other. They're yellow and red discs you stack them on top of each other and they seem like they're sandwiched between a man. So there's like feet on the bottom and head on the top and you have to hit it with this Hammer which is a plastic hammer and Tong in like knockout pieces without knocking over the whole thing. So it's like basically Jenga, huh? Okay. It's not a very sturdy looking game and I can..
"leslie van houten" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"There's one book called The Body in the library by Agatha Christie that came out in 1942 that actually has a lot of similarities with the story frame in the game. So they think that wage probably one of The Inspirations and some fun facts about clue when he first filed for a patent Pratt had different weapons that were involved. So that's the original weapons included in Acts a cudgel around fizzing bomb a piece of rope a dagger a revolver a hypodermic syringe bottle of poison in a poker and then vote. No, Anvil, where did open anvils go? Wow, so brutal weapons. Now, we've got a Candlestick took us. So as you know, now all of those made it through we have a Candlestick now and some others and there were more characters originally. There was also a mr. Brown Mister gold now, there's really only six characters and mrs. White was nurse white. Actually, the original murder victim was going to be doctor black and now it's mr. Body which in a way better pun for a murder victim and originally it was going to be Colonel yellow, but people at War time did not like the association that yellow had for a colonel being a coward so he became Colonel Mustard nice and another fun fact about this board game distributor. You're going. Oh, no doubt. Could this possibly be I think this is actually really cool. So this group called waddington's that desire or distributed the board games for them. They actually have been doing some covert operations for mi9. He had been slipping tools or this company had been slipping actual escape tools into board games Justin's for British prisoner of war camps and they made them look like a board games so they could get through the like poww restrictions and they would let them through and may actually like send out real weapons and real war information through these board games. And then he actually went out to make real board games that were just for fun. That's really cool. And also.
"leslie van houten" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"She's she renounced him soon after she was arrested but Yeah, that's Leslie Van Houten. So here's here's what I want to know with this. So Amy sherman-palladino. It's like hey got this wedding scene Louis. Laura. Ligon was sitting together cracking a few jokes. We need some people for this wedding. So have a bunch of extras come audition. Okay, you you great and then same thing out in the room when she looks over and she says, hey that one extra over there. So just look like that murderer Leslie van out. Hey extra come over here. Oh great. Wow a machine. Hey, so you you know, you look a lot like that convicted murder. We want to call that out in the show. So could you make kind of a creepy face? Like what was that conversation like with this poor extra what she brought on to look like Leslie Van Houten or did they come up with that after the fact? Well looking at pictures of Leslie Van Houten. Side by side with this girl. They don't look that much alike. Right? It's more that scary look and I took us I have a screenshot. We'll put on Her Tumblr and it's in our folder. If you want to look off of the trick of the wedding like she makes a scary face, but they say that she looks familiar as she's skipping down the aisle. But maybe they're trying to like go into the idea that she looks like she's part of a cult or she's kind of doing the flower child thing because yeah, Leslie Van Houten. She was very much looked, you know, like a hippie. I don't know. That is a great question. Cuz I really don't think they look super alike. I mean, they're both white women with Not even the same color hair. Hey guys, though true. Definitely not dressed alike. Cuz this woman is dressed like for a Renaissance here. Yeah. But I think it's more about the intensity. I think you're right. I hope I just hope she hasn't carried that with her that she looks like a member of the Manson family. Yes young actors. If you were listening to this. We don't think you really look like Les leaving you look up your own person. Well, should we talk about what happens right after this little dance dancecapade? Oh, yes this spooky moment with Leslie Van Houten not look alike wage. Here Comes one of my all-time favorite musical moments in Gilmore Girls you like more than just Musical and the Revival a hundred percent better off here comes the song our favorite song About love as kids we.
"leslie van houten" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"Name. All right parents it worked out for her. Taylor are you okay with getting a little spooky now who you know me. I love to say spooky. So let's get spooky his wedding lots of hilarious moments and so good. Here's one of them Luke and Lorelai are just trying to keep it together and they're not succeeded would be starting then Tony's Upland roses. Nice. She remind you of someone. And you say Leslie Van Houten? So it did you know who Leslie Van Houten Putin Scootin was Putin Scootin Boogie Woogie Woogie boy. No, I sure did not know who Leslie been out was I didn't either and it was even more confusing because Luke asked Lorelai if she reminded him someone like they looked familiar with like she looked familiar to them. So I was like she from the town like what are they? What does this mean? And the Lorelei says right away Leslie Van Houten this woman and home town was Leslie Van Houten a convicted murderer and former member of the Manson family. Oh my so, you know, she moved to Stars Hollow apparently, except that's impossible because she's in prison. She helped during the Manson murder spree that night. So their plan was to murder all these wealthy people and frame members of the Black Panther and ignite a race warm and then Mister Manson's Grand planned in the end what he dead, Just knew was going to happen was that the black people in America would win the white people would be dead and then they would need a leader. So, who are they going to turn to them? But this white man? And he was this is a well thought-through plan. Yeah, he was going to Rule, oh my gosh. Does that not say how much a part of the problem he was if he thought that after all the other white people were dead or in hiding or whatever that he was going to lead. I like don't even have any intelligent comment on that because I've heard of the Manson Murders, but I actually don't know that much about them. And when I watched Once Upon a Time in Hollywood last year, which is set around the Manson Murders, shout out to Quentin Tarantino whom we've talked about before I the whole movie just along the way I thought I just realized like with everything. I was like, oh, I actually know nothing about the Manson Murders like this is what I thought it was and this movie is doing something completely different. I literally know nothing about this. Yeah. I knew nothing either. I knew that they killed people but I didn't know over how like what the period of time was off or anything. But yeah, there was a they I'm sure they did other stuff before this but when they were arrested was when they went on this killing spree and killed Sharon Tate right page her name. Yes. Shout out to Valley of the Dolls. Yeah, so she was convicted and she has been up for parole more than twenty times each time denied the sister of Sharon Tate. She she's testified at the different parole hearings and you know in in prison Leslie Van Houten has apparently been a good prisoner, but The sister says that because Leslie hasn't really given a to her. You know, this is her thoughts on it hasn't given a good enough reason. She hasn't helped them understand why she helped in this Killing Spree. So it just doesn't seem like she's saved to have out in the world. I I don't really have an opinion on this because some respects, you know, it's been How many years you know, five six decades she was in a cult really that truly was a cult. It kind of brainwashed thinking that this Manson guy was our savior..
"leslie van houten" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"Were like, I don't I don't they're yeah so good Mysteries but easy to saw or quick to solve song Taylor you want to solve our first mystery sure. We'll all right. Well, we are going to kick it off with one of the all-time great ideas for a podcast off a visual reference. We will have a picture in our Tumblr and of course I suspect you are the kind of person if you are listening to this should be open to watching Gilmore Girls wage, but in the cold open we get to see Jess Mariano back in Stars Hollow and he is sitting on a bench making awkward off. Contact with Lorelai Gilmore. Is that the bench that we sat on when? I don't actually know I'm sure they might the ventures all over the place. It's just in the right spot. It's true. So we're going to say this is the bench you and I sat on for sure. It's Cannon. And on this nice little park bench right next to the Gazebo. He is reading what looks to be an issue of punk Planet magazine off and inside as the camera pans are NBC. He's really reading the book that Luke gave him the self-help book called You are not alone. And as far as I can tell you are not alone is not a real book. There are probably books called that but the one shown in the show, so there there's no friend named Philip. I have this friend. Let's call him Philip and he reads Punk Planet. Just kidding. As far as I can tell the book that Luke gives to Jess is a figment of the Paladino's and they're writing staffs imagination. However, Punk planet is indeed a very real magazine. And if you want food for proof of this I do well glad you asked I also in my research was just looking up punk playing it and I found a very nifty 50 Twitter account that is pretending to be just Mariano's group of small town Publishers or garlic small press publishers. And we will share their Twitter in our Tumblr because they really get snapped for helping me with this research because as I'm doing this they happen to tweet like a few hours before birth a picture of Jess Mariano wearing a punk Planet t-shirt in season two is nice. Yeah. So in the episode 215 lost and found while he's cleaning Lorelai and Rory Cutters, he's wearing a punk Planet t-shirt. Okay. So this is look at that like we have more t-shirt two seasons later reading the magazine. That's that's impressive home. So a little bit about this Punk Planet magazine, if you're not familiar with it, there's probably a good reason for it. It was never a huge publication and it is no longer going off. This was I thought a nice little description of it from the AV club. They wrote a tribute to it upon its demise..
Board Recommends Parole for Manson Follower Leslie Van Houten
"Has recommended parole for Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Hatton, who has spent nearly five decades in prison. The recommendation was made Thursday, but Governor Newsome could decide to deny it. Newsome block to release once before than his predecessor, Jerry Brown, blocked it twice. Manhattan is serving Ah life sentence for helping Charles Manson. Others kill Los Angeles grocer Lino LaBianca and his wife, Rosemary in 1969 that Helen was 19 when she and other members of the Manson family stabbed the La Bianca is to death and smear the couple's blood on the walls, writing words like helter skelter and death to pigs. An
"leslie van houten" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"The courtroom courtroom Charles tried to disrupt the trial with a variety of antics including carving a small X. in his forehead just above his eyebrows he arrange for a family member to pass out a written statement outside the courthouse it read I have exed myself from your world? No Man or lawyer lawyer is speaking for me. I speak for myself. I am not allowed to speak with words so I have spoken with the Mark I will be wearing on my forehead forehead after he did this. The family woman appeared at the courthouse with X.'s gouged into their foreheads but the trial move forward as scheduled on March twenty ninth nineteen seventy one the jury returned a guilty verdict Charles Manson and Susan Atkins at Krenwinkel and Leslie Van Houten were sentenced to die in the Gas Chamber Tex Watson.
"leslie van houten" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Leslie Van Houten was born on August twenty third nineteen forty nine in Altadena California. She was born into an upper middle class family and given every advantage in the world she was enrolled in sports as a kid and even elected homecoming queen in high school but despite her well to do upbringing Leslie never felt emotionally openly supported by her parents she felt trapped by their expectations of marrying an equally well brought up man and becoming a housewife as a teenager leslie experimented with drugs like L._S._d.. Hashish and Marijuana Anna but shortly after dabbling in drugs she began abusing them by the summer of nineteen sixty eight nineteen year old leslie was a full blown drug addict and social rebel who had fallen out of her parents. Graces is that Summer Leslie met Gypsy who told her about a man named Charles Manson and the family they were building at Spahn ranch much like Gypsy Leslie was attracted to the notion of family and decided to stay on the ranch with her new friends quickly becoming one of Charles Manson's favorite girls Leslie has since described her experience on the ranch as surreal the group would have orgies and take l._S._D.. Together and it was during these trips that Charles Charles Manson sermonizing about being the son of God he drew parallels between his last name Manson and being the son of man he would also make his followers help him recreate the crucifixion of Jesus with himself in the starring role while his group was under the influence of drugs he would explain to them how he the son of man had already died for them and asked if they would be willing to die for him him in exchange for followers like squeaky. This was no problem in fact there was seemingly nothing squeaky wouldn't do for Manson because the family didn't have money for food the girls would drive down into Los Angeles Silas and dumpster dive behind grocery stores for thrown out produce squeaky maintains that the food she ate out of those dumpsters was among the freshest cheese hat in her life. It's been rumored that she along with a few other girls were also pressured into sleeping with managers of at least one grocery store in exchange for being allowed to wade through the garbage for food. Women outnumbered men on the ranch five to one ratio that Manson dan rather liked he would occasionally recruit men to the ranch by offering them one of his front girls the nickname he gave to his most attractive set of followers. It was pimping although Charlie would paint it as family teamwork they I slept with men in exchange for drugs food or anything else. Charlie had his heart set on Manson also started forcing his followers to participate in Weird Trust exercises on one occasion he made followers stand in front of a tree while he threw hatchets just above their heads. If they flinched it meant they didn't trust him. Leslie recalled how Charles used to walk around the ranch and stop people at random to participate in weird exercises her sizes like mirroring his movements exactly so they were moving their hands and bodies in unison in hindsight she realized it was all part of a brainwashing process to train his budding Colt to follow him in all all things they were only allowed to listen to Charles Music on the ranch or the Beatles since he was particularly obsessed with the white album nineteen sixty nine continued on like this with nightly parties and daily sermons all <music> all stranger-than-fiction by the time Gypsy brought Linda Kosabe into the ranch. The Manson cult was fully formed in July nineteen sixty nine twenty year old. Linda was living into Panga California with her husband an infant daughter at that point her marriage had fallen apart completely and Linda was looking for a way out she found one through Gypsy who invited Linda to come live on Spahn ranch each with a group of people who would love and take care of each other. Linda didn't need much coaxing when she arrived at the ranch she was surprised at how welcoming the other women were. She was glad to find that there were other children on the ranch for her daughter daughter to play with. Everyone greeted her with hugs like she was one of them already in hindsight they were all completely drugged out but at the time it felt so warm that she didn't notice considering the loveless marriage she was leaving. It felt like a breath of fresh air. She didn't meet Charles Manson at first but the more she heard about him. The more the anticipation built the first night on the ranch she met Tex Watson. One of Manson's few male followers followers the to hit it off right away. Linda was attracted to him and in later interview said he made me feel like I had never felt before within the first few days of meeting. Linda confided in texts that her husband husband and his friend kept little stores of money in their trailer totalling about five thousand dollars. The money was meant for Linda and her husband to start a new life together. Maybe take an exotic trip but no plan. She made with her husband ever. I seem to materialize that's when tex gave her a proposition. She should steal the money he reasoned. It didn't belong to her husband anymore than belonged to her. Even at the time Linden new that was untrue but she wanted acceptance into the family and felt that stealing the money might be the best way to get it. She was right after raiding her old trailer for the cash. She was finally taken to meet Charlie. Linda remembered feeling a magnetic pull from the moment she met him. It was utterly thrilling. Not long after Linda's husband and his friend came to the ranch to demand their money back Charlie stuck up for Linda immediately. It's unclear. Unclear what exactly happened but a few moments in private with the two men sent them packing never to bother Linda again she had never felt so cared for from that moment onwards she became one of the thirty two adults. It's in Manson's cult of course this isn't surprising whether Linda recognized it or not she had just undergone an initiation ceremony. A nineteen sixty five study conducted at Stanford University showed that high risk or unpleasant unpleasant initiations make the group more attractive to the new member initiations are almost required for cults so that new members won't leave once the going gets rough and Linda's enthusiasm shows after all she had been willing to steal for this man before ever meeting him now. She do just about anything to see Charlie smile. Linda started participating in the colts now famous L._S._D.. Parties that would turn into orgies Manson would stay fairly sober during these to better control his followers he would tell them who to sleep with and control their every move and around this time his rhetoric grew grew noticeably darker leaving the realm of free love he began to convince his followers that he was the second coming of Christ and the devil all in the same person he began pushing his followers to commit strange strange petty crimes for him he called these missions creepy crawlies they would drive into Los Angeles and sneak into people's homes then rearrange all the furniture in the house while the homeowners were sleeping. It was unnerving thing people would wake up to find all the furniture in their home rearranged with almost nothing stolen during that time Manson Convinced Leslie Van Houten to rob her father's house she did so without a second I thought Charles had always had irresistible charisma but now his followers were beginning to see him as something more he was godlike to them. He began giving sermons to his followers wherein Aaron he would talk about the looming apocalypse that would destroy all but the chosen few he became obsessed with the Beatles Song Helter skelter which he believed was written as a direct message to him. He said the song was heralding the end times times. When a great race war would lay society to ruin in his estimation the race war would lead to the toppling of white supremacy and the black community would rise to power as the new world leaders Manson Jason and his friends would stay out of the war completely they would hide out in the desert which would become a land of milk and honey as described in the book of revelation in the Bible he explained black? Americans deserve the right to rise to power they had been trampled on for centuries so it was only good Karma that they get their chance to rule but Manson was racist he also believed that the black community was unequipped to rule and would eventually need white men to show them how to lead with no other white men left Manson and his family would come back from the desert to take the reins of power from the overwhelmed black leaders. It was ridiculous racist Hogwash but his L._S._D.. Adult old followers believed it wholeheartedly after all the nineteen sixties were a time of extreme racial tension in the United States. The rise of the Black Panthers caused over inflated panic among many white communities too too many a race war wasn't a far leap from the race riots. They were seeing around the country Manson began speaking of helter skelter on a daily basis Linda Qossaibi and recalled an excitement building around it then in late July nineteen sixty nine something happened that would put helter skelter on the fast track Manson family member Bobby Beausoleil went up to a friend's house accompanied by twenty six year old Mary Brunner and twenty twenty one year old Susan Atkins the home was rented by a friend named Gary Henman a brilliant musician who had once played Carnegie Hall he also supplied Bobby with drugs from time to time which bobby would then sell but at the most recent batch of Mescaline Gary sold bobby was bad and has buyers wanted their money back which meant that Bobby Intern wanted a refund bobby. Susan and Mary overpowered Gary and tied him to a chair. They demanded their money back but gary told them he didn't have the cash eventually Manson showed up at the cabin with a Samurai Sword and tried to intimidate Gary but Gary wasn't scared of Manson and refused to pay by this point Charles Manson had been living as a deified cult leader for nearly two years. He didn't take kindly to being rebuked. He used the sword to slice part of Gary's ear off sending Gary Reeling and pain Bobby tried to patch Gary's ear up but gary insisted on seeking medical attention. Gary didn't know it but he had just signed his own death warrant Bobby would later say eh Gary didn't deserve one bit of what happened next but he felt like he had no choice. He knew that the second they brought him to the hospital Gary Would Narc Bobby Killed Gary Henman. He tortured his friend end for three days before finally stabbing him twice in the chest. Charles Manson knew exactly how to get away with the murder to using Gary's blood they made a pop print on the wall of Henman's cabin and wrote put political piggies in Blood Charles hoped that by using these symbols of the Black Panthers he could pin the murder on them and incite a race riot but he had learned something else too that if he wanted he he could push his followers to murder it was a skill he knew would be mighty useful in the impending war he returned to spawn ranch and told his followers to get ready. A war was coming Hellfire would be on their doorstep your step and when it arrived all of Los Angeles would burn to the ground. Thanks.
"leslie van houten" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Fear device finishing thoughts on Leslie Van Houten. Been denied parole. Gavin Newsom Stephan is in now. Jason joining us from Folsom tonight. Jason how you on the power wall show. Pat. But. So I've kinda nursing take on this. I dated a girl and then grew up with her. You know growing up with her junior high school. And her aunt was actually one of the victims of. Wow. Yeah. So she, so I won't go into all details. But basically, she was just so she's from the. One of the major. Companies that are still there today and kind of like an interest. Giving your came back, and she went to live with our friend who was Tate. You know. Yeah. Sure t boy. Yeah. And crazy thing ish. Yup. By those she, she was on seeing taking some pills, or something, I think digging exit whatever. But anyway, the bottom line, is that these people came in and she freaked out door BUSTER our or. After they killed everybody else. Now. And they dragged her out into the lawn. This is down in West Hollywood. Sixteenth. And so my friend, this is for an so. Come up, you know, parties get into this. We're Scott Shen but it was pretty Scott. So no. I this lady was crazy. Was the.
Leslie Van Houten, Charles Manson And Newsome discussed on Wake Up Call
"Governor news is over will the state parole board's decision to free Charles Manson follower, Leslie Van Houten yesterday's decision was the third time governor of California stopped to release a stop the release of the youngest member of the Manson cult Newsome says he. He's still concerned about Van Houten potential for future violence than how is sixty
California governor reverses parole board decision on Manson follower
"Manson family member, Leslie Van Houten, we'll stay in prison. The governor of California has overrule the parole board's decision to free her that out in this one of several followers of Charles Manson in prison for a series of murders in nineteen sixty nine out new sixty nine now this is the third time. The parole board has recommended parole for her, and the third time governor has
"leslie van houten" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Phone. Number miguel. Are leeann tweeden duck? Do speaking to Debra Tate victims advocate than you were just about to say something about the Manson family being different than this other case you heard recently. Family. Let's take a the most recent hearing I attended on the thirtieth of January Leslie Van Houten has gotten numerous parole dates who has led in in prison of pretty much a infraction free history. Well, that's I what else would I spent there are people with guns. I'm so proud and happy that she managed to do something with their life. But this is a woman that is still attracted had a sixteen year relationship with another man in another state who was incarcerated and found guilty in two states of multiple women with knives. Does this story sound to molar right in two thousand sixteen parole hearings that it was a romantic relationship, however, inches in eighteen she said. Because they were both at is on the table. In other words, what I'm saying is in the home to look at the big picture and also society as to the big picture and our politicians need to look at the big picture. Are there people who could be trusted in a free society? Never to cheat their cool again because they're not cold blooded killers. Or public toy killer net. And those people usually, well, it's loaded out serial killers. Of course, those Jones to get out. The fact of the matter is is that most individuals in the entire United States. Who are condemned to die actually die of old age prior to a death sentence? Ho. Appeal system is ridiculously long. I mean, they get transacted up the town. What's the average? How long does it take for somebody to be put the death? Like, we're going to have to leave it up to that real quick, Deborah how long. Actually, I believe it's in excess of forty seven on March. Ripta. Debra. Thank you so much yet. It's Debra underscore Tate nine on noparoleformansonfamily dot com. We'll talk to you soon. Debra. Thank you. You bet after the break are going to speak with Jim Roope regarding the game of thrones eight hundred two two two five two to two that fan tweeden. Dr this midday.
"leslie van houten" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Flipped over in Beckley West Virginia several players. Business partners. Independent in thoughts and punk rock in life. It's the Chad Benson show. Leslie Van Houten was convicted in the one thousand nine hundred sixty nine killing of a couple here in LA attorneys have long argued she was only nineteen when those killings happened. She was a youngest of Charles Manson's followers twice before the California board of parole hearings is recommended parole for Van Houten and each time. It was denied by then governor Jerry Brown. Now, governor Gavin Newsom will have to decide we believe that all those years later. Of course, he's dead. I don't even know they were sort that out that they ever figured out who gets his body and who gets his estate, and he gets his name likeness. I know that sounds weird but somebody probably would want. It's probably worth something. Sounds weird. But it's true. But all those years later, we're still talking about Manson and his followers. Still talking about it. And by the way, not everybody's happy about this. Because they always come up usually one or two year that come up the ones that are still alive. Right. They come up to parole, and sometimes they get it. And they're like, yeah. Now, we don't think so you you you you you still what you did was awful. And they're still family members. That are like now her release is strongly opposed by families of the victims, Leslie Van Houten waste nineteen years old when she took part in the nineteen sixty nine killing of a couple here in LA, those voters came a day after other Manson followers, killed actress, Sharon Tate, who is pregnant and for others. Tate's sister, attended this latest hearing and is strongly against van Houten's release. Yeah. Good god. And it shows you the cults of personality and what somebody with charisma and whatnot can do. Because. These weren't you look at some of these kids, right? They were smart college educated. Couple of went to Stanford. If I'm correct, I mean, these were some. And he was able to get them to do in American. History, some of the most heinous crimes. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at me we live in a world of it's not what you do. It's not what you say. It's not how was meant. But how it's taken right last week. There's a kerfuffle about a restaurant in downtown Phoenix. Because all the wall picture a bunch of men. Drinking a beer it's in black and white. It's been there for a while. Somebody complains take it down. That's that is offensive. They're like that picture like that's offensive to me that picture this offensive you. Yeah. Well, it's minstrel. No, it's not it's a picture of a bunch of men from the northern part of England who were coal miners who went straight to the pob, and there's a picture. Well, I think it's that. And this goes back to well. I think and because I think. People don't like jokes people can't have fun anymore and sometimes the jokes. Look they fall on deaf ears. Right. But we're at this point where everybody is offended by everything including cookies..
"leslie van houten" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Buckle up. It's time for the chicks on the right speed route. How was the drive in this morning? Ladies little sketch, man, really bad. He was terrible. The roads were awful. What did they not think about the fact that the roads were gonna they knew it was coming? Did anybody? Think about the roads. All just didn't. And as you approach downtown. And she's got worse worse. I mean, I hit downtown Beirut. Yeah. And then capital, you know, I've been complaining about capital anyway. So add this to the mix. It was awful. What is going on? Do. We have a mayor. I'm just curious. Yeah. He's not doing doesn't listen to this show. He probably does easy. Listen to this show. I just did they think about like the roads do they know about the meteorologists because they're they it's not like there was this was a surprise snow. Totally predicted snow. I feel like we've been hearing about the snow nonstop mockup picture used most likely between the two of you to honk your horn and use profanity grabbing the snow. Yeah. That's totally her actually as me. I will say I got past like aggressively passed by two giant trucks on my way in because they were like, you're they didn't think I was going fast enough, which is ridiculous. Saw a lot of cars going really fast because I'm usually I hall, and I look I'm looking at them. Like, what is your problem? Yeah. I mean, I so I was surprised because I am usually the one. That's I come on. She's usually the one going ninety five now my favorite part of the morning commute. When it snows is Tony cats will tell him to slow down. And then he always issues some smuggles the right word, but we'll use it for today's program. Some smug warning of if your boss gives you any crap you tell them to call me, and I'll take care of it know. Knows. Say that. I'll right you every time it snows. Go slow and worry about you. What I want somebody to actually get a note from? David soon give it to their boss. I would love to see somebody giving their boss at lily note from Tony boss going. I am I supposed to care about some biochemist with the hell am I supposed to do this? This is from Tony cat. Sorry. I would have said so this planning meeting at this is from Tony. I didn't realize it was a no from authority. This is from actually Tony cats. And I want like emergency responders to be late to their job. Surrey couldn't pull you out. The jaws of life. From tony. I've got a note from him. Goo it'll be fine. If you need it. I'll give you an I wonder if. And David listen. No, we got enough for Tony cat. Fairness you guys were chastising me for being late. And that's the first thing. I said, it's Tony Katz. Told me to go slow to get a proper you. Take it complete silence for the first fifteen minutes of our show. If you like the hell the checks we got enough from Tony cats, by the way, rob you did not have a note from Tony. Yeah. So. Excuses. I see that Leslie Van Houten got recommended for parole again who's that? Stay up on the news..
"leslie van houten" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Was the day that Manson family member Leslie Van Houten went before the state parole board again a third time. And for a third time. She was recommended found suitable for release again by the California board a parole hearings. The previous two times that he was found suitable for release. It was blocked by then governor Jerry Brown. Who determined that? She was laying too much of the blame on Manson as you'll remember Van Houten took full responsibility for the crime this go round, which according to her lawyer might help her achieve parole. She was not part of the killings that took the life of Sharon Tate and four others. She was responsible for the death of gross early. No, lie Bianca and his wife, Rosemary the following evening. So now her fate is and governor Gavin Newsom hands the recommendation or the finding of being suitable for release by the California board of parole hearings has to with stand a one hundred fifty day review process. If at that point. The suggestion is still to release her. It still has to be approved by governor Gavin Newsom now in attendance yesterday was Sharon Tate. Attending the hearing. And she said that she hoped the governor would deny van Houten's freedom. Just thinking outside the box here. And I'm not saying that this is what I believe. I'm just asking the question should someone who wasn't a part of that incident be allowed to wait in. On her future. In other words. She didn't have anything to do with the tape murder. So why was Sharon Tate there to recommend one way or the other? That would be like if Kerry was charged with isn't Sharon Tate, dead. But Leslie Van Houten wasn't there. Leslie, Van Houten wasn't on trial accused were sentenced because of the depth of Sharon Tate that was the night before. Right. So why would Sharon Tate? I'm just asking the question. It's like of charity murdered somebody. And then you murdered somebody the next night. And then I'm the brother of the person that you Mr. team murdered. And I go to charities hearing and say charity shouldn't be released charity didn't have anything to do with the murder you committed, but I was a part of the same Colt. She was sentenced for. Yeah. I'm just asking the question just something to think about w o a news time seven fifty six. When I had my brother, take me places. It was always like we have to get there early..
"leslie van houten" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"This Leslie Van Houten. We'll have details on that weather a huge national story. Midwest it is freezing. It is below freezing over there. But there's also a series of storms set to move into. So Cal today. So be intimidating this rain get ready for it. The boots. I wore a parka. But that's not waterproof, you need to get something that's going to deflect the rain. And also we've talked about outbreaks of the flu. There's also been a couple of measles outbreaks in our area at five fifty. We're going to talk to someone. I know Jennifer Jones Lee would love she's an award-winning animal advocate. But most importantly, she's the host of the dog bowl this year. The twenty nineteen dog bull not to be confused with the puppy bowl. We'll have more details on that. And it's six oh five. It's handle on the news. You know, Bill Handel is going to watch the puppy bowl for. Sure. Right. All right. I don't know if I'm gonna regret later and right now, let's just say good morning ABC's news and crime terrorism. Analyst is Brad Garret? Good morning, Brad. Good morning. Okay. Now, we're talking about puppy bowls and stuff like that. But, but what your assignment has been is actually a really really scary for those who really don't know who maybe don't have Twitter or anything like that. Can you just give us a summary of what happened to to Jesse small? Jesse? Apparently, we arrived back in Chicago late late at night. So at two o'clock or so in the morning, he's near his residence. He goes into a fast food restaurant. Picks up some food comes out and stated as he was attacked by two guys report a liquid on him place in new surroundings, his neck made some anti gay much and then made some comment to the effect of make America. Great. Something to that effect, and then left after punching him a number of times. So he calls the police say they arrive apparently he had now walked to his apartment they reported. He still has a noose around his neck. So you know, because I've worked so many cases where you have allegations on the front end. Obviously, you believe people to you can prove it otherwise. And so the police for the last several hours and days have tried to corroborate Jesse story. They've found some video of two guys. I think close but walking down the street, I guess they've not been able to find video of the actual attack. But I heard earlier today a gentleman that claimed he was on the phone with Jesse when this happened, and he heard it. So the police are trying to piece together. But you know, obviously, if the is true, it's it's it's beyond troubling. Right. If. It's true. It's pretty pretty scary. Then he this is this is like out of a movie. This is a really really scary thing. He was doing an average person things something we we all go get a bite to eat walk on the street, would you? So I would consider that like last night was a break in the case. They have these two guys on video. Now, they don't think these two guys are they suspects. I think they don't know. You know, the problem is when you have video is that unless you can like capture the people at the scene, you didn't capture people that are in proximity to the scene. I think that's what they have here. Now one advantage is that because it is to two thirty in the morning. There's not the volume of people that would be at two thirty in the afternoon. So you can eliminate I suppose people as you go through this. So the problem with this video, of course, is it it's dark it's the back of two people and it's a long distance away. So you're not gonna be able to ID people from this video. Maybe you know, if you know them really well based on the coat may still the walk. But you know, clearly, it doesn't put the case together yet for the bullies. Right. And this is something that I mean Twitter just went wild with this celebrities everywhere kind of tweeting their support what? So what is the next move in this case? And what what is you say you cover cases like this. What is your analysis on this? Well, I mean, again, I I have no reason to disbelieve him. I'll tell you it does then become a challenge sometimes to prove these crimes once you a dentist by you. You obviously have a really you have this statement, you have a rope. You have March on his face. You have apparently someone who was on the phone with who heard some of this. But you're going to need. I think more evidence to be successful of prosecuting somebody and that becomes a problem. I mean, I've had cases where you know, completely convinced. Looking at the right person or persons, but all the evidence, this really isn't there the police's fault? It's not just he's fault. It's just sort of is what it is. So I am hoping that, you know, this goes together further I will say this that crimes like this people who could these type of hate crimes are gonna have some sort of track record in that arena. Right. But what belong to white supremacist groups, which you know, tend to be homophobic, etc. So, you know, is there something out there is there something in his social media stream because let's face it people with his profile are going to have, you know, a kazillion hits a day of social media. Is there something in those? That's very labor intensive but that may give them a hint as to a direction to go. So this is this case sort of, you know, really cries out to you. The public issue cargo we need your help. Right. Right. And so normally it used. If you had video evidence that was a rare thing now, that's like the evidence. That's what you need to convict someone. And I just want to make note there is a study. There was a study done. We KFI had covered this before hate crimes. There was a spike in Los Angeles from the years of twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen. So it's scary to think that our society. This could just be getting worse. That's really sad. There's a spike in reported crimes, which I will tell you is a big time under reported crime. And that if you look at the southern poverty Law Center, when they look at hate groups, you know, that number now approaches apparently a thousand which you knows? Obviously has stirred number. Yeah. Very disturbing. This whole thing is and, you know, thank you so much for talking to us. This is Brad Garret. He's ABC news crime and terror terrorism analyst, and you can follow him on Twitter at Brad investigates. Brad, thank you so much take care. Okay. So that is a terrifying thing. But you know, this is a danger. I hate I hate that that the the politics go into it. And you see this is a reason to hate someone. You you scream out maga- or whatever. That's that's just ridiculous that makes me so angry because you know, writer left this is a terrible terrible crime. If if it's proven like you said, there's no reason not to believe Jesse. But that video evidence is just so damning, but it is almost necessary in court these days. Well, hey,.
Charles Manson's youngest killer recommended for parole
"To California board of parole is recommended Charles Manson follower, Leslie Van Houten should be released early. She's serving a life prison term for her role. In the mention colts nineteen sixty nine killing spree. The decision now rests with the governor whose predecessor twice denied the board's recommendation
"leslie van houten" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"His she said she didn't care at anything about nineteen sixty nine heat so manson later in life became really interested in um preserving the environment he came of this thing called at were uh air trees water can't remember the last a air yeah arrogant that would be lee with elected a year a right so um she became very interested in him for his ecological stance right and she moved out to be close to move visit amman weekends and they became very close and i guess tisch kind of demonstrate to the world that he he still had a still got at world dea he um asked her to carve an accident forehead and she did so um she was also big time into collecting in selling manson memorabilia ed points out in this article i think he's referring to her that the whole marriage thing may have been a ploy to get at manson memorabilia but i don't believe that's the case at all so she actually ran a website and still does called manson direct dot com and it's it's like uptodate so so i i think as she had not abandoned him after some big big score with memorabilia like she seems to have been the the real deal follower leica early mansa family girl reincarnated huh we heard so there were a bunch of other uh i saw an article where they are at least ten other weird deaths related to the manson family that um some people say could have been them or maybe not a look into a few of them that was his original uh or at least this guy was originally going to represent manson as his an attorney name iran hughes he ended up representing a think leslie van houten yep but she ah he disappeared while on a uh those attending recess in the trial so he goes camping with another couple in the couple left and he's like i am going to stay on here in the woods he was never seen again sells it a weird they never found a body or anything i don't think it wasn't they even though he was one of their defense attorneys say a huge grudge against two because like you said earlier van houten um krenwinkel an actions were all um or not atkins a camera the third us we're all going due to incriminate themselves so as leslie van houten houten's defense attorney.
"leslie van houten" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Was trying to cover up a cover for bobby bruce away to get him out of prison that's manses explanation for the whole thing well yeah in for for the part uh well i guess we should go ahead and say that um that all of these people went to prison on uh and susan atkins patricia krenwinkle leslie van houten they all were you know still so under his spell that they were fully ready and did take the blame for these killings um but when it comes to parole it it what's in janury 1971 that they were all convicted on all the counts a murder conspiracy to commit murder um but years later as parole hearings would come up for all these women in tech's watson and manson himself uh the reason why they were continually denied um even like tex watson became a bornagain christian in you know supposedly turned his life around but they out none of them would would take responsibility all these years later they would all still say that it was manson was manson and from what i understand a big part of getting your parole approved in is to finally take full responsibility for what you had done right and none of them would do it and they were all all denied over the years um susan atkins eventually died of brain cancer in two thousand nine um and then just a few days ago um well leslie van houten in september of last year was actually recommended for parole in just a few days ago as of this regarding uh the governor of california.
"leslie van houten" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"I have to wonder nowadays the three of us role was wondering what an historical event would be like if it occurred in the age of twitter ray will with nixon strikes me as a twitter friendly president i can imagine nixon's twitter account um and i can imagine would people were chiming in with the with these various opinions before an elected official to say someone's guilty before trial comes out for the highest elected official in the land to say this could very well have injured the proceedings that's not good for law right nonetheless the jury finds all the defendants guilty on january 25th 1971 in in march of 1971 march the 29th manson krenwinkel atkinson van houten are sentenced with the death penalty watson is also sentence uh but at a later date received the death penalty but then as we said in the beginning caliphate foreign yet suspends the death penalty shortly thereafter and the families sentences are commuted to life in prison they only to family members have been as of 2017 paroled steve goggin who was seventeen at the time and he uses the guy served as the look out and also linnet squeaky from who attempted to assassinate president gerald ford rights that is the new that's after watergate recurs years when we're also seeing his a a tremendous amount of strange in tragic events right disastrous events in a very short frame of time span of time of important note as we recording this today is quite possible that a third family member may see freedom leslie van houten was recently granted parole however is not out of the gate or should i say out of the.