17 Burst results for "Susan Atkins"
"susan atkins" Discussed on Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast
"She was only Twenty-One and already a mother of two. She had only been with the family about a month before the murders the prosecution give her a tentative offer of immunity if she would say on the stand and tell everything that she knew God by this time Susan Atkins had withdrew her previous testimony and denied everything she said before so there was no one from inside the group testifying against Charlie or the others. Linda Kasabian testified to being eyewitness to two of the murders. She said that she and three of the others had just climbed over the fence of the house on Cielo drive when Tex Watson shot a man in a car who was driving out of the driveway. She stayed outside and the rest went into the house. She heard screams coming from inside the house and saw people running out. She stated that was all unbelievably horribly terrible. She saw Watson stabbing one man on the lawn near the house. She also saw Patricia krenwinkel with a knife chasing a woman across the lawn Kasabian change when shown a photo of Stephen parent the teenager who had been shot in his car Kasabian said he had begged not to be hurt..
"susan atkins" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Due to the graphic nature of these women's crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of murder violence and assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under the age of thirteen. Linda CA Sabin walked down the hall to a door she had seen only once before in her hand. The wooden handle of a knife grew hot and slippery as her poems began Dan to sweat last week she had met a new friend and actor who had moved to Hollywood to make it big she had liked the man she'd happily gone back back to his apartment thrilled how well the two of them got along. She had wanted to return and now here she was although the circumstances had had changed. Charlie wanted her to get her hands dirty. All of his followers had to be a part of helter skelter together. She gripped the knife tighter heider and wrapped on the door. She heard footsteps approaching on the other side. She looked down the hallway to her family. Members Susan Atkins pins and Clem Grogan. They stared back eager. Charlie had ordered a bloodbath and Charlie Manson always always got what he wanted.
"susan atkins" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69
"Due to the graphic nature of these women's crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of murder violence and assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under the age of thirteen gene. Linda CA Sabin walked down the hall to adore she had seen only once before in her hand. The wooden handle a knife grew hot and slippery as her poems began Dan to sweat last week she had met a new friend and actor who had moved to Hollywood to make it big she had liked the man she'd happily gone back to his apartment thrilled at how well the two of them got along she had wanted to return and now here she was although the circumstances had changed. Charlie wanted her to get her hands dirty. All of his followers had to be a part of helter skelter together. She gripped the knife tighter heider and wrapped on the door. She heard footsteps approaching on the other side. She looked down the hallway to her family. Members Susan Atkins and Clem Grogan. They stared back eager. Charlie had ordered a bloodbath and Charlie Manson always got what he wanted.
"susan atkins" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast
"Jason jason x very much you guys and we'll see we'll see april at six and west make it more probably way fifty pounds more than now and come back moore nowhere jason some have some fun thanks cheers thank you all right next up is john cameras with us right karen zoli yes us with us and talk puts it very his favorite house cash kevin riley riley riley i don't know we don't we don't really know what his real name is we're not sure you just shows up and we also had colby from nine to brewing here who was another one of scott akins and susan atkins people that they're distributing thunderbolt ninety two's from up in hoboken i believe that way and they brought up some beers with us and we expect really really cool things from them distribute our section now they're coming down south jersey now the one thing that i wish that you could see wish this was visuals because kevin out of t shirt made with his own face on it the cartoons cartoonish yeah and it's hilarious you gotta love it and i do have some pictures i'm going to put up on facebook and now that we're reliving this i can't stop thinking about it and it's so awful i love kevin to death but i just can't even i just lost right now with it but so anyway.
"susan atkins" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Convicted of serious violent crime dairy you got engaged while he was in prison charles manson got engaged with twenty six year old to marry her with her oh yeah she that's exactly like susan atkins by the way who killed sharon cure i didn't know that looked exactly like her that's awful caller tell them to open up his mind life do you think it's something like mentally that the girls i call he's dangerous but he's also contained right he can't cheat he can't do anything he's in prison there's something to say for the penal system when dating he's not on tinder he's not getting a on the side though i tell you what was shocked when i got fan mail or even like electric mail from prisoners that would take a picture of themselves in the cell and i'm like how did you send a photo of yours realistic goes there i'm aware i am not a doctor but i region we've put a glove or something eight hundred two two two five t to the phone number that's lawrence von that's.
"susan atkins" Discussed on KGO 810
"Was convicted of serious violent crime oh dear age while he was in prison and got engaged to a twenty six year old to marry her with her she looks exactly like susan atkins by the way who killed sharon yeah looked exactly like her that's awful caller tell him to open up his mind life love do you think it's something like mentally that the girls like always dangerous also contained writing you can't cheat he can't do anything he's there's something to say for the penal system when dating man he's not on tender he's not getting a on the side though i'll tell you what shocked when i got fan mail or even like electric mail from prisoners that would take a picture of themselves in the cell ten traffic from the chilton auto body traffic desk very heavy traffic for folks.
"susan atkins" 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.
"susan atkins" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Apart she agreed to testify initially i'm against charles manson i'm to avoid the death sentence on which uh for a few years more was still uh a thing in california i think in 1973 they reverse that but at the time the death sentence was was a threat at the time of the crimes so she had a grand jury testimony um a basically led to manson being arraigned for these murderers in december sixty nine i'm she recanted that testimony um the deal was revoked by the prosecutors was kinda too late at that point uh linda kosabe e n who you might remember was the getaway driver and then the one who um would not knock on the right apartment door to kill the actor so she cheat actually didn't commit any murders at all was not in any of the houses she was granted immunity immunity for testifying and i think she is only one granted immunity right although i think they just took the death penalty affleck he said for tses atkins and i don't know if he said this or not but susan atkins is the reason the case broke open eventually when they rounded up all of the manson family and had him in jail for um the death valley raids fruit for you know um burglary and theft and stuff like that the way that they found out that the man's family was responsible for the tate lobby on commercials was susan atkins bragging about it and a couple of her cell mates going in telling the cops of mets originally how the case began against the manson famous how the authorities regionally found out bigmouth hege so uh all right let's take a break we'll come back and not talk a little bit about one of the weirdest most sensational trials in american history right after this.
"susan atkins" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime
"Charlie heads back despond leaving bobby with instructions not to leave until henman has signed over everything he owns the next time bobby calls it's with the news that after repeated beatings gary has failed to come up with any more money and is now threatening to go to the police it's clear to charlie but must be done but he decides that him men's death will serve another larger purpose charlie prophesied a race war and it shows no sign of happening on his schedule if bobby can make it look like gary henman was killed by the black panthers it might jess than initiate helterskelter on december ninth nineteen sixty nine charles millis manson aka jesus christ god was formally charged with seven murders occurring at the tate and lobby encore residences he listed his address as transient his occupation as musician on the following day susan atkins patricia krenwinkle and linda kosabe kosei n were granted continuance is before entering their pleas susan improve tricia treated the court proceedings as if they were a stage on which to act out their own lighthearted farce they grinned in giggled in the face of charges they butchered seven people in contrast linda kosabe ian seemed close to tears burdened by the weight of events tex watson in a texas jail fighting extradition was the only son 'spect not present on the same day december tenth aghast attendant at still more standard station was trying to fix a running toilet in the restroom when he removed the lid he found a woman's wallet stock on top of the mechanism inside was a driver's license belonging to rosemary lobby janka he phoned the la pd retrieve the wallet and inform the da's office another part of susan atkins story had been confirmed.
"susan atkins" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime
"Following the second raid on the barker ranch los angeles county sheriff's detectives paul whiteley and charles guenther drove two hundred twenty five miles to independence to question kitty loot singer kitty 17 years old and pregnant with bobby bosa lays child did not hold back while living with the family she heard that charlie had sent bobby and two of the girls who gary henman's place to gets the money that was supposedly owed over a bad drug deal henman refused and was killed kitty couldn't recall who told her the story but it seemed to be confirmed when one of the two girls susan atkins talked about stabbing a man in the legs during a fight no susan atkins had been booked following the raid but one cedi make glutz had it seemed charlie was in the habit of giving his followers new and often wins icl names and sadie was in fact susan atkins the detectives found susan still custody an independence and questioned her about henman her version was that henman had recently come into some money though charlie wanted it for the family she never said he told both soleil and the girls to kill the music teacher when henman denied having any money bobby slashed his face with a knife for two days bobby beat and tortured him before finishing him off with a stab wound to the chest then he stashed the murder weapon in the wheel well henman station wagon hotwired it and he in the girls drove back out to the spine ranch she did not admit to taking part in the murder and made no mention of stabbing anyone in the legs it was understandable that she wouldn't want to implicate herself beyond what she felt the investigators already knew nonetheless considering her first hand account of hindrance death susan atkins was booked on suspicion of murder but one thing stuck out in the detective's minds henman had no.
"susan atkins" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"They they just wanted to to burn it so they tried to burn it only thing burned with the tires but that's what we were actually arrested for and we had been like doing our cooking cleaning and you know whatever uh during the evening at night and then it early morning we'd go back into the desert or this one morning um we may be left a little late term you know whatever but these jeeps came up and um i hid under a bush and and a lot of the along the people were were arrested my could i was close enough i can hear the walkietalkies and all of that and you know this just to show you you know how i'm still i'm afraid i'm not ready to you know jump out and say you know pick me take me i'm thinking of mining them to this bush and giving away with donald trump is going to be so proud of me you know so i'm still seeking his you know like a child seeking their parents you know approval um what seems crazy to me now but uh some work of the people were arrested and taken away and then um it turns out kathy gallison i were were left and a few days later charlie shows up with susan atkins and and bruce davis and then the police sure so uh you know arrest us susan atkins gets taken to la county jail with because she has a warrant for her arrest and while she's there she starts um telling her cell made all about charlie in this race war and then she then she starts telling her how her involvement in it and so then we need all get you know this is now two more like two months later we all get taken to the the uh la who testify in front of the grand jury and this is the for after not having drugs having good food i'm not in in the cell with all the girls um which we had been because it's just a small jail um i'm in front of the bailiff at the grand jury and he and check out for help and so then when i went back to in your county v separated me from the other girls and uh all the.
"susan atkins" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Me take me take me i'm thinking of my voting under this bush getting away with it oh troll's gonna be so proud of me you know so i'm still seeking his you know like a child seeking their parents you know approval um which seems crazy to me now but uh so most of the people were arrested and taken away and then um it turns out kathy us and i were were left and a few days later charlie shows up a susan atkins and and bruce davis and then the police share show up you know arrest us susan atkins gets taken to la county jail with because she has a warrant for her arrest and while she's there she starts um uh telling her cellmate all about charlie and you know this this race war and then she then she starts telling her how involvement in it and so then we all get you know this is now too much like two months later we all get taken to the the uh la who testify in front of the grand jury and this is the for after not having drugs having good food i'm not in in the cell with all the girls um which we have been because it's just a small jail um i'm in front of the bill if if the grand jury and he asked me my name and i tell them i'm diane leak m sixteen and i want my mom ee it's like i i finally felt safe enough to you know reach out for help and so then when i went back to in you'll county they separated me from the other girls and um all the you know detectives and everybody started you know coming and talk to me and eventually you know broke down my um my garbage and so i started you know telling them then i was made a word at the cork 'cause i'm under age and uh spend some time in the mental hospital then my arresting officer took me in as foster child and um it that enables me to uh get to the point where i could actually testify for the prosecution against trolls charlie manson and the girls were you afraid to come forward to do that especially knowing with the family.
"susan atkins" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The leader of it or of coerced or intimidated people end of doing it and that makes you now just as guilty to kinda interesting well how many here's another thing too so also just throwing this out there too you can meet accessory after the fact for former first degree murder so you kill somebody and then you have in my car and i hope you escape i could be charged for first murders well without even being there but are not going to spend sixty or seventy aloha 'aina years it's been a jail fifty years evidence multiple people sell mood what about the girls would i know the tax whatever's name he died in prison like a longtime of the what about the three girls a word from those squeaking home susan atkins is this week you from she attempted to kill gerald ford right yeah but she was part of it they got out of the three they got out early really early like charlie lee only on that so the two peoples it actually committed the crime cheer got out here but this guy with the graciousness hey what is it okay so let me glowing the one girls died in prison partial something that he served this you seem lionel early not a fan of just trying to figure out what happened i mean this guy was a stray looney to wyoming each shows up in court one day with a head shaved in a swastika carved between his eyes lucy had an x yeah he asked himself from humanity yeah and then later that became a swastika interesting interesting progression.
"susan atkins" Discussed on 790 KABC
"And presented self at any moment in time and i just before you ansa governor one that susan atkins the woman who actually help kill sharon tate plunged a knife into sharon whilst you as two weeks away from her baby being born on had given birth months earlier so think about that you're a new mother and you're doing this to us a young beautiful woman who wants to just be ah and gift governor talking about torture and you know mental anguish sharon kept saying i will just take my baby then then you can kill me please don't come a aby i mean my god so i i don't know how a woman that's capable of monstrous acts like susan atkins how do you change well that's right and i think uh in the other cases the the very first one that i granted they could see hearing two uh i i couldn't doubt that uh robert altman harris had himself had it monstrous childhood did it didn't alter the fact that by the time he was in adult he was seen uh in cold blood so that he murdered two teenage boys and to eat their cheeseburgers and that that uh uh you know i i think the whatever has been visited upon him as a child and i'm willing to accept from the clemency hearing that he had a monstrous childhood both father and mother were uh i i think cruel to him but that does not excuse his crime and in fact i think there are instances where a rational criminal has decided that the risk of death was not worth it and did not murder victim and i think if you go the other direction if a new governor trying to be sympathetic to an ageing uh murderer needs to remember that in california the circumstances must be found by the jury and deciding whether or not the death penalty will be imposed and it is imposed only where those full findings have been made and i think should be imposed because otherwise yours setting a terrible example and there are rational criminals there may be some that are beyond reach but um that to me does not alter the fact that going the other way would be a very dangerous name public safety.
"susan atkins" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That that was the over riding on feeling that i got from hers that she was almost like gleeful and bragging about it which made it all the worse would you testify against her if you recall to do that now is terms of a parole would you say she should not be paroled cassisa you know all these reports they she's reiterate generally right originally they got the death penalty so they were you know that was overturned um uh i really about her parole i am not personally afraid you know if she were to be paroled however i it's not for me to to make that call it's in the governor's hans nouns between her god and the governor should version god a you're one of the faith though yes and so was susan atkins she found her way back to jesus and she was one of the most bloody ah murders and this whole terrible episode an ira history and so as tex watson who probably along with susan atkins i don't know if you can judge these things are evaluate them but it was also ranked murder what are you feel about their suit taking jesus has their savior i'm i'm thrilled he now and again you know uh god will forgive them if they are you know if they ask referred ghiz forgiveness and they are actually you know remorseful i mean but that's between them and god but as far as i mean now that charlie is gone i think that that's one more boogeyman behind us you know in history i have talked to young people who charlie was the beginning and they were out on their paper route you know in the dark and that's who when they got scared know hearing a noise erv what you know it was like it was charles that was after them you know where when i grew up at wind control really was yeah so i i think that's the you know if people just don't can't it's hard for them to accept them getting out when they have the death penalty originally in than a that was overturned to a life sentence and i think that you know.
"susan atkins" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The slaughter assented to affluent los angeles neighborhoods orchestrated by mr manson on to successive nights in august nineteen sixty nine and seemingly random killings seemingly random killings were calculated to hasten the rate by making them appear to be committed by black militants that in turn he told his followers would stir white set him been against blacks triggering the widespread von by blacks cuts familiar to similar that is we've got running around this country now by this scheme bore surpised plausibility who the rash of urban explosion throughout the 19th 60s unfortunately with the murders payment sixty nine after all about race violence was uh over from sixty eight and sixty seven uh the slayings were known at the tate lobby allcomers and mr manson and four of his followers were arrested convicted in seventy one all face the death penalty and should have received that but their sentences were reduced to life in nineteen seventy two over the years helterskelter massacres of they were often described detained macab foklore dimensions how turning book songs movies and even an opera susan atkins patricia krenwinkle leslie van houten charles tex watson all convicted vincent bugliosi who is the deputy district attorney who convicted him wrote the book helterskelter which i i began dumb late one night and then clinton flicked the rest of the night scariest dumming the guy was not insane but he would the personification of evil and if there is justice and the here after that charles manson's having a bed go today on the on the sad side tell us country star died he keep income he wrote a lot of great czars be don't take your loved to turn down he didn't the country music hall of fame a nashville medal of arts winner he was 85 on dan and i i want you put a story he is best known for overcoming or nods with quiet huber and heroes jojima what the background to this koa nor about the play lock zone bob background is from these doubtless brothers variety show back in the '70s and mel gibson was in time and decided to kind of will story to highlight make fun of his stuttering and all would hit that was where.
"susan atkins" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Audience who weren't born with the manson murders happened can you give them the reader's digest version as to what leslie van houten did and why behind bars okay so the first night in august which was august night it was at leslie was not there that night she but she knew that it was going to be a big deal and it was susan atkins and patricia krenwinkle and linda kosabe n tex watson um they went and they savagely murdered five people including san tape and her friend abigail soldier invoice ethic has the in steven parent who was like eighteen and jc bring hairdresser to the size of the time the next night tally at same spun ranch said it's your turn now leslie to get your your you know he she was to do whatever katie our igf patricia krenwinkle and text told her to do so they went out charles manson went to the house and tied up lino and rosemary a lot of people don't know that that fact but he did and he told them become because nothing's can happen to you and of course you know what happened to them they were savagely butchered and the irony is that they would just coming home uh he onto super supermarket chain and she saw the headlines of sharing taping murdered and she said oh my god who could do such a thing not knowing an hour later she would be murdered two at same people right so now she came up for parole as she does every year because she was given the death penalty but then the courts through the death penalty out so she was then demoted to life in prison or commuted to life in prison with the possibility of parole every year because it's the elderly acts of your over sixty you automatically come up for parole enter stories cheese of the years that she does admit that she stabbed rose near lobby at least fourteen to sixteen times while rosemary was listening to her husband die in the next room and they put a pillow case overhead they rats accord around her neck and they've basically laughed at her while she was suffering listening to her husband died early saturday death.