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"manson tex watson" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

04:30 min | 9 months ago

"manson tex watson" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"L. john all the record super famous people. So i can't remember. You told me this was someone told me. Did they like lsd. Yeah they ask elstein haight ashbury like oh in prison and he would go to those in so the feds or i would fads or da would have houses were they give like johns. As they called the g- get them in with girls. Now's the hills haight ashbury and tim cisco so they give all this lsd and then all the ship then you know in that. You're talk about like they would. They knew we're charles. Manson was at and they like the cops. Were going to go get him by keys on. Don't touch him. Yeah like he got away so many times like parole officer never fucked like they'd let him like travel when he shouldn't get super suspect so you think they set him up. No i think he's crazy. I think he's do. I just don't buy the narrative but he also like she like yeah. He told like maybe the narrative see told those people kill everybody but then it's like he's not a killer. You know what i'm saying like the real killers tex watson who's is muscle y- and tex watson. His he did an interview and those tapes has never been released adler because he didn't go into the narrative that helter skelter helter skelter from helter smeal. Yeah hell his song from the beatles. Helter skelter is a famous rollercoaster in england. So not like he will is sounds spot. Helter skelter because because we associate with charles manson. Yeah feels like bits. That's a roller coaster six flags. Yeah yeah it's just like yeah that right it's all right if you call it. Magic mountain or splash mountain. Yes it's weird dude you look into it. It's interesting but then and then like you know it's the ride is to die for and the reason wondering got caught. It's cause that Susan atkins she was. She got picked up for something else and she was in prison. She start bragging about the murders. Won the Her cellmates was like i got to tell someone about this and then when they killed sharon tate like it was just how bit killer dude so to you talk about it. I mean yeah. Let's get into social so let me look at me. So share share tate. Who is going to be pretty famous right. Pretty famous supercautious sharon tate and then The folder daughter who you know the the coffee the coffee top billing and senior and then there's like two other people in the house. One one was so two girls to guys sharon tate. Yes now that old house. She's be terry melcher house. He owns it but he rented out to them to polanski. Who was sharon. Tate's husband roman. Roman but terry melcher was the owner. Also terry melcher was the guy who could give charles manson's record contract so charles. Manson tex watson went to that house year before way before. We're having parties. He did go the parties and he was the guy who is the key to his success. Keith he going to be the beatles he's going to be like charles manson. He's is gonna be like jim. Morrison and soul fantasizing. Be like jim morrison. Oh so they thought so when they just were like fuck it. You're not gonna record deal nothing like that. That's when he was like fuck these people. These rich people are taking us. We're gonna kill the rich so he went to the house not knowing sharon tate or folger's in there. They just knew that somebody rich was in that. It wasn't like wasn't like. Oh well i went to the house previously to talk to terry melcher. And they're like terry melcher done live here. This is rome plants. He's house and like oh and then. Sharon tate walked out and he saw her damn. She's hot and then left. Didn't think anything of it. And then when he came up with the plan to kill everybody he sent them there in. The three girls sent them. They're just kill the rich people. Make it look real gory. So sharon tate was pregnant as faulk. They killed her. They stabbed the baby. They stabbed her a shit ton The do they stand like a gillian fucking times like to. How much is it. Time techs walk like tex watson's did almost all the killing gnarly shit dude as she just happened to be there. They're just they're kill the rich yet. Kill the rich and then then those mad at the record labels. Yeah because he thought it was like going through the record lose their way what he wanted to see thought roman polanski lived there.

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"manson tex watson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"manson tex watson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Airplanes does evil airplanes Richard ground all the airplanes airplanes are attacking us that said I get it's like Steve Martin in the jerk I stay away from those cans he hates those cans is attacking those cans they you know living is easy with eyes closed the Beatles once said mis understanding all you see. the jihadis know what the anniversary is they blew up a bunch of people and murdered them yesterday in Kabul Afghanistan because that's what they do their blood sopped troglodytes from hell it's called radical Islam and the problem keep in mind was never Osama bin laden or al Qaeda. no no no they were not the problem they are products of the problem today well they were and are a product of the problem manifestations of the problem the problem of course was and continues to be radical Islam and political Islam and I was speaking which member ill hunt Omar was commemorating talking about does September eleventh she's a Democrat congresswoman from Minnesota and she's in very good stead with the Democratic Party and with the American news media she is a virulent anti Semites she is as anti Israel as Hamas she's not on our side either and she knows what happened on September eleventh to get the New York times they know airplanes took aim. and brought down the World Trade Center not radical Islamic not terrorists not jihadis not Muslims god for bid but airplanes the airplanes are at fault it's the it's the mechanism once again this is classic liberalism at it honestly is that near times this is the same as blaming guns for mass shootings it's exactly the same mentality they're blaming the airplanes for the attacks of September eleventh not very bright these people well they got jobs in journalism and then because they're the brightest among a pool of not very bright people stand up in the New York times there you go and then they write things like eighteen years have passed since airplanes star came and brought home the World Trade Center. fat lot lesbian Rosie **** with her her science on her Monty Python science their first time in history that fires every melted seal I like I was like that when it's she's obviously not from Pittsburgh I think her favorite football team is not the Pittsburgh Steelers I I'm thinking she did miss science class every day every school year I'm not sure she went for very long good stuff and then democratic congresswoman ill Han Omar was talking about September eleventh the rabbit she's a Muslim woman of course and she has said nobody's Astor about sharia law the she's been I'm characters for how long now a long time long long time and nobody's asked her how she feels about sharia law whether sharia law is superior to U. S. law to US constitution whether the car nobody's asked her about this nobody's Esther because they're afraid because they frighten themselves with the rules of the Democratic Party see the party has the rules and the rules are you can't ask otherwise you're racist even though Islam is not a race but that doesn't matter Yvonne Mars a democratic Congress woman she was asked about September eleventh and she's summed it up quite totally I think quite tidally indeed some people did something that's right some people did something she's right about that too that's you know that your words were never spoken when you are asking what happened just like in Pearl Harbor you know what happened in Pearl Harbor some people did something that's absolutely true and the the the national socialist German workers party they threw a Holocaust in the nineteen forties river there and she she described the Holocaust vastly some people that something sure absolutely true I don't know if you've seen that new Quentin Tarantino movie once upon a time in Hollywood but it's kind of based on the Manson murders when the Manson tex Watson and you know the very is crazy women and all that stuff they went into the Hollywood Hills and they murdered people in the lobby on because the love Bianca a house and then not Tony lo bianco but the lobby on cast. and then they went to a Roman plans his house at night and other terrible terrible murders happened down and ill on Omar described it like this some people did something sure you bet I like the inflection as much as anything she says with a big smile she says everything with a big smile it's a little bit on natural but it will be a weird I've got to say about their issues she's got it all figured out she summed it up yeah ill on Omar I still think speaking for the democratic caucus sums up September eleventh as some people did some going and there are times says that air planes took came and brought it should be took aim apps and brought down the World Trade Center but that's okay it's just a New York times don't worry about that that's my friend Larry o'connor tweeting about it last night too as a matter of fact at a at a New York times they tweeted out the eighteen years have passed since airplanes took down the World Trade Center and then they deleted that tweet about the article that was attached still has the same language and there it is eighteen years of passenger planes okay for the World Trade Center and brought Jack on. remember when airplanes attacked Pearl Harbor all right that was kind of that was so startling that was startling to the World War two generation when three hundred fifty three airplanes from the imperial Japanese flight from six aircraft carriers attacked Pearl Harbor they were the airplanes attacked and the ships the ships I guess were attacking to why did we declare war on Japan when it was just the airplanes attacking that that seems like an over reaction doesn't and then the progressive Liberal Democrat president Franklin Delano Roosevelt through all of the Japanese in America into camps you know the socialists all around the world were throwing everybody into camps at that time you know that that they were they love camps it's not like they can you don't make wallets or anything that may be out of human flesh up like that but and you know they like cannibalism now too but we can't let this cannibalism story fall because that's just. really Newsweek magazine on the Swedish what was he a scientist who was a scientist are you still as a scientist of there is still allowing him to travel in scientific circles calling for cannibalism as a way of curing global warming that's today's Democratic Party really it's just kind of an extension of the old national socialist German workers party in all all that good stuff all right well it is it is the anniversary the eighteenth as not even around number it's not the fifteen through the twenty others I'm like that that is eighteen years since the radical Islamic jihadi all kind of bin laden attacks on the United States of America it was for those who haven't been paying attention a real eye opener and for those who had been paying attention it was the start of something big I recall it very well myself I was employed by what was that a news organization to some degree or another called see and and it was that called the cable news network back then I know it's something else all together and I was assigned to the Pentagon and wasn't home brushing my teeth when the first airplane hit I in New York City I was watching ABC news I remember it well I was in the front bedroom and the television was on and I was brushing my teeth Diane Sawyer who thinks there are more than a thousand countries on the planet earth I crack anchor that she is she was on the television and a plane had they went to the World Trade Center burning I called by then partner at the Pentagon Jamie McIntyre who was en route that morning with his convertible top down is C. bring eyes Chrysler Sebring he was tooling along the GW parkway on his way to the Pentagon and I called him on his cellular telephone so very connected world and told him that an airplane had hit the first tower had hit there one of the towers World Trade Center and we discussed it for a moment he had been listening to country music he was in a very good match there's a very beautiful day it was one of the most beautiful days ever. I think I think Donald Trump would say then there is the most beautiful day ever there was never a nicer day and really I mean it was that perfect it was just such a perfect day. and that's nice because a lot of people out of being out outside for a long time that day and and I told played hit and I said well you know could is that you know there might be a terrorist attack could be radicalism could be al Qaeda could be bin laden we discussed all that and said that he said well anything else happens let me know many young up went back to sing in country songs driving and I went back to get ready to go to work at the Pentagon sign of the Pentagon and the second plane hit and at that point well I picked up my phone I called macintyre again it was still driving and said listen second plane hit the second tower this one is clearly an airliner it's clearly deliberate this is clearly an attack it's obviously bin laden and all kinda and and I hopped into my Lincoln town car thank you very much nineteen hundred ninety eight dark blue a Lincoln town house with a five Tony trunk and giant V. eight fuel injected engine I got zero miles to the gallon it was the greatest car ever and jumped in my town house and raced to the Pentagon and as I was pulling into the north parking lot in the Pentagon and route to the area where I would park back then. the the plane crashed into the west front of the of the Pentagon no it wasn't a missile and plane crashed into the west front of the of the Pentagon I was racing up and my my old gray Motorola flip phone on my my belt clip in the belt clip with a wire coming up the side going to a head set like a Johnny space commander had set remember those as people still use us Johnny space commander had set with a wire going number and I raced up to well one of the guard booths outside depending on your the Pentagon building and I would normally have known the police officer in the guard shack that day turns out I I I didn't know the officer on that day I raced up to the guard shack and can I might have even screech to a halt a little bit and I hopped out of my car and the police officer Pentagon place officer jumped out of the guard shack drew his service pistol and asked me to perform a number of maneuvers let's say. hands up turn left it around in a circle turn right around I guys training a dog and and I don't have my badge my Pentagon badge hanging around my neck and everything but he was that you know the the like the nation was under attack everybody was on edge I don't wanna say was nearly shot to death because I think the police officer was probably very well trained and under control but I kind of felt like I was on a shot to death and then the also allowed me to proceed I did proceed starts speaking to people coming out of the Pentagon before I had made my way around to the other side of the building had not made a mess it was that the plane hit on Charlie on the other side of the building and I made my way around to the other side of the building and went up to the the hole in the wall and and all of that good stuff offered to to provide assistance and counter day civilian army well it was a it was an army officer but in civilian clothes and and encountered him outside the where the plane that impacted and and as such I want to go in and help and they said you have any medical training and I said no I I really don't need so okay just to really be best if you stayed out of the way if you don't have to get medical training by all means go in it is very calm everybody was so very common efficient and going about their business and and throughout the course of the day reporting from outside the.

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"manson tex watson" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"manson tex watson" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"The the day. gidley described the tate labianca murders. There wasn't a sign of remorse of anything in fact it was almost very boastful and atkins vowed. They were just getting started said graham. They had a plan to murder a list celebrities. Was tom jones elizabeth taylor taylor steve mcqueen and frank sinatra they were going to skin him alive and make purses out of it and sell it on hollywood boulevard. Virginia graham's testimony made the front page one of many headlines in the trial that lasted some seven months the jury hearing the charges against charles manson and three girl members of his so-called family brought in its verdict this afternoon all were found guilty of murder in the first degree manson and several members of the family were sentenced to death for the tate and lobby on murders a career making victory for prosecutor vincent bugliosi cozy who was emphatic that the sentence was richly deserved in view of the incredible brutality of these savage nightmarish murders the death penalty unquestionably questionably was the proper verdict in this case then a little over a year later it all changed the california supreme court ruled today that the death penalty liaison constitutional there would be no gas chamber for manson or any of his convicted family members. Do you believe that there should be a death penalty all born to die. I'm going with the definite gas chamber. I believe what i'm totally don't you because of that california state supreme court ruling the sentences were reduced to life in prison with the possibility of parole even manson and that touched off debate that still rages decades later. Can people like these be rehabilitated -tated. Should they ever be released. There are so many reasons why against anthony de maria spent most of his adult life fighting parole the killers if his uncle j. c. bring when somebody says well. I've changed. I've rehabilitated. Will you might have put your victims are dusty in writing and a grave over the past four decades manson tex watson patricia krenwinkel and the late susan atkins who died in prison all had parole here raced each time they were quickly denied but leslie van houten seem to have some hope of being paroled this her hearing in two thousand th really hard to live with the murder houten who's been a model prisoner burn two degrees behind bars runs a self help group for inmates has expressed remorse source for decades. I accept responsibility. I know that what i did is inexcusable in two thousand nineteen and how was recommended commended for paroled pending review the governor but once again her parole was denied much to the relief of sharon tate sister who strongly opposed release. I don't think she deserves it. These people were brutally butchered. There has to be some kind of accountability accountability in this world. They're just simply has to be and it doesn't stop on personal safety and the man behind it all all who so desperately wanted to be famous they took charles manson to a bakersfield public hospital in the final days of his life the same place that treats rich and poor good and evil now the age of eighty three suffering from dementia according to a friend he died in the loving care of the system he so seem to hate. I haven't done anything. I'm shamed of guilty. <hes> i wouldn't do anything after guilty about mentioned that his family still seem to occupy some dark corner of our imagination a moment of time quentin tarantino has reimagined in his latest movie that said jeff green though we can't change history. We can still see charles manson for who he really was. We can't stop would manson. Did we can't stop this thing. If he's notorious let him be notorious for what he is. This horrible sociopath small we used his talents such as they were to become not just a symbol of the loss of innocence or naievety taste but an enduring lesson in how not to be a human being good evening everyone.

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"manson tex watson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"manson tex watson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Don't belong schools. They don't belong in. But that would be ending a sense in a preposition. So I should avoid that as well. Good morning and welcome we're at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five and that was back to school. Anytime you open line from Rodney Dangerfield movie. Even though it wasn't Rodney that wasn't Ned Beatty in there. I think he was the dean of the school or something all fairness, it was a really big check. He was Dean Martin. That's right. He was Dean Martin at the school. That's right. I should've remembered that of course, once again, we have a treasure trove of of craziness from show suspects today. And at at the great story it was just breaking as I was getting off the air yesterday morning. The stories were just popping the last half hour or so of of my humble radio broadcast yesterday, and you got these actor people, and I gotta say, I don't watch desperate housewives. I've never watched single episode are probably even a minute of the TV show, desperate housewives. I'm busy watching things of substance. Either just kidding either that or something relaxing or just minding my own business. But I'm not I'm not watching. I'm not watching desperate housewives. And what was the one of them was a child star. What was that? Yeah. Full house. One of them was on the full is that right? The full house on full house. And I never watched that show either these people if they were sitting next to me at the table next to me in a restaurant. I would have no idea who they were. I looked like they had got a lot of hair and makeup. But other than that. I would really not have any idea who they were. I know, you know, what's his name. William H Macy him. I know because he's in a bunch of stuff. He was in Fargo, and then he's in this TV show shameless, which I don't watch either. But a lot of people like it very much, and it's supposed to be pretty good show is a likable enough factor. And and all that. And then the other one is going to call the first one, and then the other one and the other one's married to this fashion designer, and they're all very wealthy. They lived at Beverly Hills high lives, they got your drive Rolls, Royce convertibles, and they got swimming pools movie stars the whole thing, and and apparently their kids aren't smart enough to get into the college of their choice. So they've got to pay large sums of money huge bribes as it turns out to get their kids. Into UCLA. Really? I mean, come on. What what's how hard is that? It's not really a heavy lift USC, Georgetown. And I love that say come up with all kinds of creative things might what am I favored says they took photos of athletes, and they shot the heads of other kids on the on the on the bodies of athletes they finish up. The faces the heads of these kids were not athletic onto the bodies of kids who are athletes, so they can get sports scholarships at schools where they will never actually play on the team or performed on the tape. And what what is it the crew team? I love the crew team thing they paid huge amounts of money. And there's like there's this other thing. Oh my God. They paid fifteen thousand dollars to have somebody coached them on the SAT's fifteen thousand dollars, and they paid the fifteen thousand dollars and they had the coaching then they took the SAT again and their score improved by four hundred points. Mike, we put people in jail for that. Now. I mean, honestly, have we gone crazy. We're gonna have to build gulags. I don't know why that would be I think that's called SAT coaching or something like that. Me. I never actually had a conversation with my parents about college at all. So I never came up. I figured jail was in my future or something like that. So what really wasn't really big big. But the the crew thing I love this. I got I got the I think was that where the Photoshop for it might have been. But they got these the crew team. They got him on the crew team by faking all this stuff. Now, they got on the crew team. And they have never road. They had never they didn't row in high school that didn't belong to a rowing club or a canoe club or anything where they were rollers where they're on the crew team they but they got the scholarship to be on the crew team. Even though they had never wrote, and then they just their bench warmers or something, but they get into the school. So it's pretty crooked stuff. And I guess that the reality is as I understand it other kids didn't get into the colleges because the rich kids with their white liberal Hollywood rich white privileged white parents with their liberal leftist whiteness and their white privilege. I mentioned white privilege. They they all got into their schools of their choice because mommy and daddy. We're apparently corrupt enough to pay this guy who took in twenty million dollars over the course of years to to get people. But he's a fixer, you know. And I just don't know. I saw this yesterday of oh, this is an outrage and are depriving kids of their rightful slots, which liberals do all the time based on a whole range of things from race class nation of origin to religion to sexual orientation. They displaced people from colleges all the time. It's they live to displace people from other places from colleges from high schools for magnet schools from airplanes from whatever they're they're they're constantly displacing people based on race class and gender, and and a variety of other lefty factors that they consider to be more important than than merit God forbid, we live in a meritocracy going forward. We're only the kids that legitimately scored well enough without expensive tutors would get into USC. Please you kidding me. I mean, honestly, are you joking? And these parents did the parents know, they were doing something illegal or were they paying some guy. Hey, I know this guy you wanna get your daughter and USC and she stupid. I know a guy it's it's the old, I know a guy circuit, and I don't really know enough about this. But I'm having a little trouble getting to riled up about it. I don't have kids trying to get into college. But I'm having trouble getting to riled up about it. These are rich people were just I remember, mayor Daley. I grew up in Chicago and the old really really corrupt mayor Daley. Richard daily. Richard J and Richard. But the older when dad they he was at a press conference any of just gotten one of his sons or two of his sons days, what they call patronage jobs in Chicago, where you know, somebody, you know, you know, a guy, and and in this case, their father was the mayor of Chicago and the head of the corrupt democrat machine in Chicago, Illinois, and boy were they corrupt and they still are. And and Richard Daley was hey, we just got this job with the city patronage job and a year is father doesn't this look corrupt and Richard Daley? Wagged his finger at the reporter and looked disappointed with them. Then look down his nose. And he said something like, I'm doing this from memory. Now, what good is a man if he can't help out his son. All right. And and like wagged his finger at the reporters said, and this city raises some of the most ungrateful sons, some of some of the most ungrateful sons, and and that was it and that was the end of the controversy because he's just a father looking out for a son. When it's Richard Daley mayor of Chicago. Political machine. Then sure that's okay. It's just a father looking out for these people in California. They're rich. You said half million dollars. They paid half with this one couple. They paid a half million dollars to get their daughter into college. And then they got to pay another whatever three hundred thousand dollars to put the daughter through college. And is that the one who says she has no real interest in going to college? She like, I just want to go for the parties and know football games. And and that's it, and I don't really have any interest in college. So you think your kids bed the this? This couple paint about a million dollars for four years of college for a daughter who has no interest in going to college. Now. Honestly, that's the parents fault. They should have centered a welding school or something. The world needs welders said another Rodney Dangerfield movie actually, the world needs ditch diggers to you know, and it's true the world destiny ditch diggers too. And that's why Democrats want open borders. So their kids don't have to dig ditches. They figure somebody from down south. We'll do that forum know what I mean, also in California, another illegal alien murders. Another woman after the illegal alien was released nine times by the state of California after having been arrested for various charges, gang activity, drugs, methamphetamines, all kinds of criminal activity nine times in California. They just it's catch and release. They just let you go. And then he murdered a nice woman named Bambi. It has California named Bambi in her home. And now, you know, there's really no hand-wringing at all. It's like, well, it's what we do. We let people go. So they can murder women all over California. So what we do. That's who we are. We're California on the same day that the Guvener there. Gavin Newsom, why didn't he used to be gay? And now, he's. Not gay or something. He was straight that he was gay. Now. He's trading on. I don't I have trouble keeping up with these guys because I have no interest in it. But he announced that they're going to do with the death penalty in California on the same day that this guy is arrested the illegal alien nine times released by the liberals in California. So that he could murder innocent people. And this is only the one that we know about that. He murdered his trafficking in methamphetamine and all this stuff. Gavin Newsom the governor there he announced that he's going to do away with the death penalty in California seven hundred and thirty seven people on death row in California. And he said, well, we're going to do away with that. Now, they just remodeled on revamped and put a jacuzzi and their death chamber is California and cost of millions of dollars to redo the death chamber. So they can start executing people again, you know, why they were going to start executing people again because in two thousand sixteen the people of California voted in a referendum on a referendum on the death penalty. And they voted a very much in favor of the death penalty empty accelerate it and start taking care of some of these murderers. They have on death row. Charles Manson still hanging out there getting three hots and a cat courtesy the taxpayers Charles Manson, Tex Watson, all the Manson girls who the ones that aren't on Capitol Hill as Democrats is. And so you get the illegal alien released nine times murder as the governor announces that that we're going to do wherever the death penalty two years after the people voted to restore the death penalty to California. It's like Brexit. They don't care what the people think it's you give a liberal power. He's going to abuse it Gavin Newsom as a leftist, and the people he doesn't care what the people voted for. They voted for him. He cares about that. They voted for the death penalty doesn't care about them. So referendum support of having a referendum. If you're if you're a little Hitlers or just going to reverse the will of the people again what's going on in Great Britain now with the Brexit. The people voted to exit to leave the European Union. And then a handful of politicians got together and said, well, we don't really care what the people think we're going to overrule the will of the people because we've got the power. That's what leftists stew. That's why they're all those mass graves and gulags around the world. And and and it's still fascinating to me that they're really know movies about Mao murdering sixty five million people, maybe seventy five nine not a Hollywood hasn't really to. There are a lot of movies appropriately about the holocaust, and the national socialist German Workers Party and the work that they did, but Stalin any Stalin massacres gulags, Ukraine. Mass graves starvations any any thought it'd be grim movies? So can see. But, but no, but no also some of my favorite stories today. Have nothing to do with any of all of this, which is nice. Because there's a lot of sameness going on in the news these days, but the frauds and scams, and I've got college news. I've got some great college knows because reliably crazy American.

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"manson tex watson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"manson tex watson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Schools. They don't belong in that would be ending. In a preposition. So I should avoid that as well. Good morning and welcome where at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five and the back to school anytime you can open with line from Rodney Dangerfield movie. Even though it wasn't Rodney now wasn't Ned Beatty in there. I think he was the dean of the school or something all fairness, it was a really big check. Who is Martin? That's right. Interesting. He was Dean Martin at the school. That's right. I should've remembered that of course, once again, we have a treasure trove of of craziness from the usual suspects today and at. Had the great story. It was just breaking as I was getting off the air yesterday morning. The stories were just popping the last half an hour or so of of my humble radio broadcast yesterday, and you got these actor people, and I gotta say, I don't watch desperate housewives. I've never watched single episode are probably even a minute of the TV show, desperate housewives. I'm busy watching things of substance. Either just kidding either that or something relaxing or just minding my own business. But I'm not I'm not watching. I'm not watching desperate housewives. And what was one of them was a child star. What was that? Yeah. Full house. One of them was on the full is that right? The full house on full. And I never watched that show either. So I don't know he's people if they were sitting next to me at the table next to me in a restaurant. I would have no idea who they were. I looked like they had got a lot of hair and makeup. But other than that. I would really not have any idea who they were. I know what's his name. William H Macy him. I know because he's in a bunch of stuff. He was in Fargo, and then he's in this TV show shameless, which I don't watch either. But a lot of people like it very much, and it's supposed to be a pretty good show is a likable enough actor, and and all that. And then the other one I'm just going to call the first one, and then the other one and the other one's married to this fashion designer, and they're all very wealthy, and they they lived in Beverly Hills high lives, they they drive Rolls, Royce convertibles, and they got swimming pools movie stars the whole thing, and and apparently their kids aren't smart enough to get into the college of their choice. So they've got. To pay large sums of money, huge bribes as it turns out to get their kids into UCLA. Really? I mean, come on. What was how hard is that it's not really a heavy lift USC, Georgetown. And I love that come up with all kinds of creative. Things might one of my favorite says, they took photos of athletes, and they photo shopped the heads of other kids on the on the on the bodies of athletes, they Photoshop the faces the heads of these kids who are not athletic onto the bodies of kids who are at. So they can get sports scholarships at schools where they will never actually play on the team or perform on the team. And what is it the the crew team? I love the crew team thing. They paid huge amounts of money. And then there's this other thing. Oh my God. They paid fifteen thousand dollars to have somebody coach them on the SAT's fifteen thousand dollars, and they paid the fifteen thousand dollars and they had the coaching then they took the SAT again and their score improved by four hundred points. We put people in jail for that. Now. I mean, honest have we gone crazy. We're going to have to build gulags. I don't know. I don't know why that would be I think that's called SAT coaching or something like that me. I never actually had a conversation with my parents about college at all. So never came up. I figured jail was in my future or something like that. So what it really wasn't really big big tech. But the crew thing I love this. I got I got the I think was that where the Photoshop photo. It might have been but they got these the crew team. They got him on the crew team by faking all this stuff. Now, they got the crew team and they had never road. They had no they didn't row in high school that didn't belong to a rowing club or a canoe club or anything where they were rowers where they're on the crew team. They they got the scholarship to be on the crew team. Even though they had never wrote, and then they just other bench warmers or something, but they get into the school. So it's pretty crooked stuff. And I guess that the reality is as I understand it other kids didn't get into the colleges because the rich kids with their white liberal Hollywood rich white privilege white parents with their liberal leftist whiteness and their white privilege. I mentioned white privilege. They they all got into their schools of their choice because mommy and daddy. We're apparently corrupt enough to pay this guy who took in twenty million dollars over the course of years to to get people. But he's a fixer, you know. And I just don't know. I saw this yesterday. Oh, this is an outrage, and they're depriving kids of their rightful slots, which liberals do all the time based on a whole range of things from race class a nation of origin to religion to sexual orientation and displaced people from colleges all the time. It's they live to this place people from other places from colleges from high schools for magnet schools from airplanes from whatever they're they're they're constantly displacing people based on race class and gender and a variety of other lefty factors that they consider to be more important than than merit God forbid, we live in a meritocracy going forward. Where only the kids that legitimately scored well enough without expensive tutors would get into USC. Please you kidding me. I mean, honestly, are you joking? And these parents said the parents know, they were doing something illegal or were they paying some guy. Hey, I know this guy you wanna get your daughter into USC and she stupid. I know a guy it's the it's the old I know a guy circuit, and I don't really know enough about this. But I'm having a little trouble getting to riled up about it. I don't have kids trying to get into college. But I'm having trouble getting to riled up about it. These are rich people were just I remember, mayor Daley. I grew up in Chicago, and the old really really corrupt mayor Daley, Richard Daley. Richard J and Richard. But the older when dad they he was at a press conference any I've just gotten one of his sons or two of his sons, these what they call patronage jobs in Chicago, where you know, somebody, you know, you know, a guy and in this case, their father was the mayor of Chicago and the head of the corrupt democrat machine in Chicago, and Illinois and boy were they corrupt and they still are. And and Richard Daley was says, hey, will you know, your son just got this job with the city? You know, it's a patronage job. And here is father doesn't this look corrupt and Richard Daley? Wagged his finger at the reporter and looked disappointed with them. Then look down his nose. And he said something like, I'm doing this from memory. Now, what good is a man can't help out his son. All right. And and grabbed his finger at the reporter said, and this city raises some of the most ungrateful sons, some some of the most ungrateful sons, and and that was it. That was the end of the controversy because he's just a father looking out for a son when it's Richard Daley mayor of Chicago corrupt political machine, then sure, that's okay. It's just a father looking out for these people in California. They're rich a half million dollars. They paid half with this one couple. They pet a half million dollars to get their daughter into college. And then they got to pay another whatever three hundred thousand dollars to put the daughter through college. And is that the one who says she has no real interest in going to college? She's like I just want to go for the parties in you know, football games. And and that's it, and I didn't really have any interest in college. So you think your kids bad the this? This couple paying about a million dollars for four years of college for a daughter who has no interest in going to college. Now. Honestly, that's the parents fault. They should have centered a welding school or something. The world needs welders. Another Rodney Dangerfield movie actually, the world needs ditch diggers to you know, and it's true. The world doesn't need ditch diggers too. And that's why Democrats want open borders. So their kids don't have to dig ditches. They figure somebody from down south. We'll do that forum know what I mean? Also in California, another illegal alien murderers. Another woman after the illegal alien was released nine times by the state of California after having been arrested for various charges, gang activity, drugs, methamphetamines, all kinds of criminal activity nine times. But in California, they just it's catch and release. They just let you go. And then he murdered a nice woman named Bambi. It has California named Bambi in her home. And now, you know, there's really no hand wringing at all. It's like, well, it's what we do. We let people go so they can murder women all over California. So what we do too. We are. We're California on the same day. The governor there Gavin Newsom who I think didn't he used to be gay? And now, he's not gay or something. I think he was straight that he was gay now he straight again, I have trouble keeping up with these guys because I have no interest in it. But he announced that they're going to do away with the death penalty in California on the same day that this guy is arrested the illegal alien nine times released by the liberals in California. So that he could murder innocent people. And this is only the one that we know about that. He murdered his trafficking in methamphetamine and all this stuff. Gavin Newsom the governor there he announced that he's going to do away with the death penalty in California seven hundred and thirty seven people on death row in California. And he said, well, we're going to do away with that. Now, they just remodeled on revamped and put a jacuzzi and their death chamber is California and cost of millions of dollars to redo the death chamber. So they can start executing people again, you know, why they were going to start executing people again because in two thousand sixteen the people of California voted in a referendum on a referendum on the death penalty. And they voted a very much in favor of the death penalty and to accelerate it and start taking care of some of these murderers. They have on death row. Charles Manson still hanging out there getting three hots and a cot courtesy the tax payers Charles Manson, Tex Watson, all the Manson girls. Who are the ones that aren't on Capitol Hill as Democrats. And and so you get the illegal alien released nine times murder as the governor announces that that we're going to do with the death penalty two years after the people voted to restore the death penalty to California. It's like Brexit. They don't care what the people think it's you give a liberal power. And he's going to abuse it Gavin Newsom as a leftist, and the people he doesn't care what the people voted for. They voted for him. He cares about that. They voted for the death penalty doesn't care about that. It's a referendum the point of having a referendum. If you're if you're a little Hitlers or just going to reverse the will of the people again what's going on in Great Britain with the Brexit. The people voted to exit to leave the European Union. And then a handful of politicians got together and said, well, we don't really care what the people think we're going to overrule the will of the people because we've got the power. That's what leftist stew. That's why they're all those mass graves and gulags around the world. And and and it's still fascinating to me that they're really know movies about Mao murdering. Sixty five million people, maybe seventy five not Hollywood hasn't really dainty. There are a lot of movies appropriately about the holocaust, and the national socialist German Workers Party and the work that they did but Stalin any any stolen massacres gulags, Ukraine. Mass graves starvations any any thought it'd be grim movies? So can see but. But no, but no also some of my favorite stories today. Have nothing to do with any of all of this, which is nice. Because there's a lot of sameness going on on the news these days, but the frauds and scams, and I've got college news. I've got some great college knows because reliably crazy.

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"manson tex watson" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

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"manson tex watson" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

"It was four seventeen in the afternoon when the grand jury began its deliberations it took them only twenty minutes to reach their conclusion charles manson tex watson susan atkins and linda kosabe yin were indicted on seven counts of murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder leslie van houten who had been present only at the law bianca c was indicted on two counts of murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder four months after the murders that had shaken hollywood and the country to its foundation formal charges have been brought against the five suspected killers sir jerry him often supplements is music teacher income by dealing drugs to his to pangi canyon neighbors one recent transaction involves a thousand tabs of meskel in that fela musician bobby beausoleil deliveries to the straight satan motorcycle club acting as a gobetween for henman when the bikers tell bobby the product is substandard and demand their money back charlie season opportunity he tells bobby to take mary brunner and susan atkins over to henman's place they are to demand not only the thousand dollars owed the straits satan's but the money charlie needs to fund his death valley operation when bobby calls a little later charlie isn't happy with what he hears gary refused so bobby beat him until he signed over ownership of his two cars that might cover what he owes the straight satan's but does nothing to satisfy charlie perceiving yet another betrayal charlie rides over to him men's brandishing a twenty in soared he demands that gerry turnover everything he owns to the family when henman protests that he has nothing more to give charlie slashes them across the face with the sword partially severing his ear henman begs for merson reminding charlie that he's always been a good friend to the family.

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"manson tex watson" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"manson tex watson" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

"When the grand jury reconvened on monday december eighth prosecutor bouillaud see presented witnesses who provided more evidence against charlie and the four family members responding officers described the scene at c l o drive and the discovery of a latent print matching text watson's from his april arrest gun expert ed lomax asserted that the gun handle found at the tate residents belong to a twenty two caliber bunte mind longhorn revolver joe granado of la pd scientific investigations division gave testimony on the blood evidence and the rope tied around tate and see brains knacks greg jacobsen talked about charlie's relationship with terry melchor former resident of the property street satan biker danny decarlo testified he had gone with manson to buy three strand nylon rope and had witness charlie and text taking target practice with a bunt line twenty two caliber revolver at the spawned ranch he also confirm that charlie frequently war leather thongs around his neck similar to the ones found tied around lino lobby on because rhys it was four seventeen in the afternoon when the grand jury began its deliberations it took them only twenty minutes to reach their conclusion charles manson tex watson susan atkins and linda kosabe yin were indicted on seven counts of murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder leslie van houten who had been present only at the law bianca c was indicted on two counts of murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder.

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