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"tex watson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:37 min | 7 months ago

"tex watson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Picked up the paper one day and on the front the paper were the pictures of the Manson family and the guy who was in my car that night with tax what needless to say I will never picked up another hitchhiker ever that was enough that night just that feeling tired me not to do that and there's been times I've passed people that I think all that I just have never been able to bring myself to do it well that's a heck of a hitchhiker story picking up tex Watson one of the worst killers and murders of all time and she could feel evil I don't know her walk of faith Walker whether she is a person of faith or not but boy we've all come in presence of evil we know it we could feel and all we want to do is fully many kings Baker's story a great listener story a really awful hitchhiker story here on our American store hello I my kindle the adventure my pillow for the longest time I wanted to come out with the world's most comfortable bed sheets but up until now I haven't been able to find anything that held up to my high standards I finally found the bells cotton in the world in a region where this I hear a desert the.

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"tex watson" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"tex watson" Discussed on KNSS

"Now that's the beach boys doing the reworked Charles Manson's on Charlie didn't sound like that I Verde did he know it interesting story was that as as I mentioned Charlie and would be enamored with Dennis Wilson Wilson with with him and Charlie wrote this song called cease to exist now it gave it to Dennis as human that Dennis would pay him for it and would record it but he did recorded as we just heard change the change some of the lyrics change the title and the biggest insult to Manson was Manson did not get a credit for it and Manson was very upset by that he felt little these rock and rollers that their absolute you know you can't trust them and so that's what happened with Manson and that's what happened with Dennis Wilson Dennis was and thought well you know I'll take the song I'll say it's mine is kind of repayment but everything I've given to Charlie and how I I allow Charlie in these goes to run rampant over my house and stuff like that so mention didn't think it that way and he was very upset and Mister Wilson and Dennis of course said his own demons died at the age of thirty nine drowned after being in some kind of alcoholic stupor in G. drowned in the Malibu actually drowned in yeah I mean I always it's not very funny but in in the waves of the marina del Rey because there were no waves in the marina del Rey but yeah he was an alcoholic three inclined he was into drugs he was into sex I mean he was also a very troubled cell let talented troubled soul so when Manson sent his three followers the two girls and Charles Watson to that house to commit a crime to commit murder who did he think was in the house at the time when he knew that Melcher wasn't there anymore but what he decided to do what he sent Charles tex Watson to the house because Charles tex Watson.

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"tex watson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"tex watson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"On the night of August eighth nineteen sixty nine Charles took family member Tex Watson aside and told him what needed to be done a year earlier when Charles was cozying up to every music industry contact attack that would tolerate him. He had pursued a relationship with music producer Terry Melcher at the time Melcher lived in a secluded house on Cielo drive live even though Melcher had moved out of the house some months before Charles reason that whoever lived there now must also be rich and famous anyone anyone who lived in a place like that must be the kind of high profile person whose death would make national news according to Charles's plan tax and a few of the family women would go to Cielo drive break into the house and murder them in his research. Stephen Harrison stated that in the most destructive colts psychological influence seeks to disrupt an individual's identity personal behavior thoughts.

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"tex watson" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"tex watson" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

"Let go on the night of August eighth nineteen sixty nine Charles took family member Tex Watson aside and told him what needed to be done a year earlier when Charles was cozying up to every music industry contact that would tolerate him. He had pursued a relationship with music producer Terry Melchor at the time Melchior lived in a secluded house on ceelo drive. Even though Melcher had moved out of the house some months before Charles reason that whoever lived there now must also be rich and famous anyone anyone who lived in a place like that must be the kind of high profile person whose death would make national news according to Charles's plan techs and a few of the family women would go to Ceelo drive break into the house else and murder them in his research. Stephen Hasson stated that in the most destructive colts psychological influence seeks to disrupt an individual's identity personal behavior thoughts.

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"tex watson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"tex watson" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Due to the graphic nature of this families crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of murder sexual assault drug use and violence that some people may find offensive. We we advise extreme caution for children under the age of thirteen most days Tex Watson didn't have a care in the world he had Charlie to tell him what to do and Charlie knew everything everything so texts never had a worry about whether he was making the right choice or of a wrong one techs also had access to a steady stream of marijuana and l._S._d.. Charlie encouraged it which meant that at the drugs or good but techs had curiosities about heavier things too so and it was offered by Charlie he readily swallowed a chunk of Bella Donna route but the trip didn't relax him or open his mind mind instead he felt unhinged filled with panic paranoia and anger all of his senses seem distorted. He couldn't be sure of what he was seeing or feeling. It was the middle of the day darkness enveloped him. It was us if a malevolent evil was trying to warm its way into his body techs. Let the evil in there was nothing he could do to resist it. He began to lose consciousness. He could only hope that when he woke up it would feel normal again but it was a dim. Hope Tech suspected that he had changed himself. Irrevocably.

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"tex watson" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"tex watson" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In his inner circle. Wow. That's not crazy. You know, because when Donald Trump is a private citizen, he used to leaks and things about himself publicity as needed it, right. My God around book release you've written eighteen books. Have you ever leaked any information about yourself before a lease leak now? No, no, no. Okay. No. For the Iran for anything either. So there was nothing like you know, something like that to leak. That's true. And you're almost like you know, murder mysteries right? Murder mysteries. And I couldn't really go off and murder somebody. So that wouldn't be good. I'm giving you an opportunity now to promote your paperback. Version should go ahead, the disturbed that Charles Manson, the quest for Justice of the days of helter skelter comes out, June twenty fifth, and it's really it's going to be perfect timing. If you're gonna go on the Quinton Tarantino movie, because you'll be, you know, you'll have read all this up to be already for that movie. Yeah. It's in the fiftieth anniversary. And I'm telling you, it's, it's, it's, it's good. I just did a radio interview for it this morning and talking about the Tex Watson. Parole. Hearing and high was there for that, the only journalist there for that. And he's the one who actually committed the murder, and it's, it's good. Saaf talion could style. All right. The movie which I've been talking about, like I can't wait to see. And I haven't talked about a movie like this, in a while, because it looked like old Tarantino, which I love in terms of like the dark humor, the comedy, that's so much violence. There will be will be that. Yeah, you just have to just think. Right. Right. It's almost cartoonish to the point. We don't take it seriously. And you got a Brad Pitt and you got to Capri. Oh, and you got my girl Margot Robbie. And it just looks like you know, she's in it for, for, like ninety seconds. Thanks. That's the character, you don't kill off or whatever happens to our nose. But then I see the, the got the new reviews for today because his playing at the cans or cons, whatever you wanna call it in France, and not good really meandering owed to bygone era. First movie without Harvey, because Harvey Weinstein apparently is to finance his right and Tarantino snapped at a reporter, it goes on for two hours and forty one minutes. I don't need that kind of long. Titanic. I accepted it because I guess that was a good movie that went on for three but I think most movies, ninety one hundred minutes hour and a half hour, forty that's good enough for me to sit kind group. Well, that yeah, the fact that you're so used to watching things at home. Keeps getting bigger that you can get up. Use the John. You have to worry about stepping on gum toilet sodas and cost you seven bucks, right? There aren't people in this happens a movie theaters. More now on their phones to our next thing is, you know, when I looked getting back to man sitting when this is about Manson, or the movie is it is a whole, cultural phenomenon. So you are really looking at nineteen sixty-nine. It is an amazing time in our culture. So maybe he felt like he needed that much time to sort of expand on sixty nine. And that summer. But still, you can't take that much time point, particularly when you read the read the reviews and it's like, yeah, this doesn't really have a plot, by the way. I mean come on just focus it around the. Tate. Murders Tate, labianca murders. Not the longest movie of the year. Not the longest right. What was Trevor that producer adventures? Endgame ran over three hours and so far, the biggest blockbuster of the year. That's action though. I don't know. And then you could get away with that with an action action and all that kind of stuff. This is a little different it's action, but not that kind of action short Tarantino film, though. Like you really can't I mean, kill Bill was so long, a split it into that would happen or just didn't want to say, hey, I can make more money by by doing this, you know. Yeah, look, I like canon ball Rodman because that went on for an hour twenty four minutes. They got in. They got out. All right. All right. I'll give you some running times a Tarantino movies since talked about Reservoir Dogs hour and thirty nine minutes. Thank you. Four four rooms the hell's that I guess he, he was involved somewhat with some of these, he was the executive producer hatefully of three hours and seven minutes. Yep. Now is along to inglorious bastards to thirty-three pulp is to fifty eight. Yep. No. That's what I'm saying. Shortest one was had to be Reservoir Dogs by far otherwise. They've all been almost three hour kill Bill volume. One was our fifty two, but to your point, there was a kill him to which basically just continued exactly where they left off. So. All right. That makes sense. Well anyway, I think the point is of no idea what the point is. I don't know want to talk about. I don't know what the point is. By the way, I think we, we went from Manson Attaran Tino dead right now. Okay. Thank topic. Let's go onto the politics. All right. Let's girl. Nancy Pelosi facing the biggest challenge of her leadership. Rain right growing. Number Democrats, we keep seeing it more and more. They want to move ahead with impeachment. You see polls eighty percent of. Democrats impeach impeach impeach. And you think ok after Muller, no collusion, that would temper down a little bit. And she keeps seeing this, according to reports as a political trap, because it could alienate swing voters independence, threatened, Democrats, chances of keeping the house, which means her speakership, by the way. So there's a personal gain or loss in this for her, and obviously seizing, the White House next year, and then she probably looks at this same number that I look at right, most recent poll Wall Street Journal NBC news, nineteen percent of independence believe there's enough evidence to begin impeachment proceedings. You do not want to go there. But what do you do, right? The party's overwhelmingly voters say, you got to go ahead with this, and she knows it's a losing effort. It's a fool's errand we've talked about this. They're not getting two thirds of the Senate with. But it's a constitutional issue. I understand. But you gotta she's looking, she's looking at strictly from a political prisoner on this in her own survival, by the way as well. So, yeah. I mean and then today, she actually accused the president of a up plain site in the public domain. This president is obstructing Justice and he's engaged in a cover up and that could be an impeachable offense. I guess what I want to know is, what is the cover up. But we're not covering up collusion. Right. So. It's the same thing. I mean, this is what's so crazy to me is present. Because you're right. The Miller report found no collusion. The as we talked about, you can obstruct, even when there's no underlying crime, isn't Bob Muller's obstructing Muller's start. In other words by him not testifying because he hasn't been subpoenaed yet. Yeah. But they asked him to, and he's like, yeah, I'm not really in the mood to do this. I just worked for two years. I gave you in court do it that what you know that. That's different. It does not have been a formal request. Would he should have to be subpoenaed? There should be enough respect for him subpoena. The guys you say Bob, can you can you show up and talk to us, and answer a couple of questions. There hasn't been a formal date sent I set excuse me set, I here, may twenty I think there was some dates like bandied about to see what I mean, though, but it hasn't been set. But somebody did wait. No. Let me finish. Okay. Go ahead. Because I see you have to think a little bit like a lawyer would, which is what you need to do before you up and up. The case is you need to do discovery. Right. That's what they're trying to do right now. You need to do discovery or wash the Discovery Channel. Okay. He's homework. And in order to do that, you need to bring in the people to inform that discovery. And so that would be the mcgann's the whole picks the and Donaldson those people. Before you would bring in the Muller, who would put all of that discovery all those other people that have just mentioned. And I'm I'm forgetting people in context then. So it wouldn't make any sense to bring your Muller in. I sound like I'm talking about, you know, types of drinks here, but you just want to ask you questions. Other import discovered that until you finished all your who's you. Oh, if I was if I was putting this together for doing discoveries I was if I was in on Kong incongruous was Nadler, because Adler shift. They haven't talked about any sort of order. They wanted to speak to Mahler. They talked about this a month ago well before they even talked about Mcgann. So, again, either mother Mcgann Rosenstein embar, who most likely weren't big Trump fans are all part of this cover up. I just wanted to what's the what's defining a cover up because she threw this out after she throughout constitutional crisis. Right. And, and all these terms that aren't resonating here. Here's my little saying he can't kinda got a girl pregnant. Right. And you can't do impeachment and they're trying to kind to do in peach mint without actually going ahead with and get to any of this until you get your discovery till you do your homework. They did homework for two years. The mother now they're trying to get to the homework dismissed. No that wasn't the homework. Here's the homework that gave us the homework assignment. Muller, sat two years, and all those millions of dollars the subpoenas, all those FBI agents now congress, here's your here's your his your homework assignment, go. Investigate these things. Go. Discover do your discovery. That's trying to do. They're trying to. Way. Discover what collusion. Oh, no obs- the crime. Oh. Over the crime that didn't exist. You can you can have obstruction in a legal courtroom. You don't in the court of public opinion can for impeachment purpose in how did that work with Clinton? He obstructed Justice you that it's a constitutional issue. I understand. Right. We're talking to different things Horta public opinion in your talking about the legal issue. Public is only thing that matters the constitution. I understand that. And it doesn't matter. No. It didn't matter. Bill clinton. He had struck the Justice therefore he should have been removed from office. Right. Was he why? No. Because they didn't vote for, for out. But that doesn't mean constitution shouldn't be followed constitution should be followed. Over what crime, do you at least the discovery to find out what happened? We knew how happened there's no collusion. That's the end of the story. It's the end of this break, because we have to go and get yelled at of my earliest. When we come back, Michael avenue. Your boy..

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"tex watson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"tex watson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"He was smart enough to say, I don't think so our phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two two six toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six by the way, Leslie Van Houten admitted to stabbing Rosemary labianca over seventeen times. In the beginning. She said it was poor post mortem after Rosemary died. But now she admits that she can't state that Rosemary was dead. She knew she was handed the knife by Tex Watson because her weapon had become bent. And it happened to be a ban at. The public. She says this is guaranteed sister. The public seems to think that this woman made these stabbings post mortem. She is now admitting this. Because governor Brown gave these faxes reasons for her unsuitability for parole last year. The LA times reported in nineteen year old Van Houten. Another stormed into the home of the lobby as Charles Tex Watson stabbed Leno Van Houten and other women held down Rosemary, excuse me. Rosemary after Watson stabbed her with a bayonet. He handed the knife do Van Houten. She has previously testified to stabbing Rosemary in the back at least fourteen more times. The blood of the victims was used to scrawl messages on the walls. Tactic. That was also done the previous day when Sharon and four others were killed. They wrote in blood on the wall. Helter skelter. That's right on pigs. I mean, these were vicious vicious individuals who committed a heinous crime. I. I always said if Charlie Manson should never ever be released from prison every time you would go up for parole. I just I just held my breath because you just never know what they're gonna do out in California. I know you just don't know. And here we are a woman who stabbed who's admitted stabbing Rosemary labianca seventeen times. And you know, I need to crack myself to they do not have swastikas on their forehead. They carved X's on their forehead in supported Charlie Charlie has a swastika on his forehead he died. Yeah. So we can also too. I was reading that. Squeaky fromm is living in New York. She was she was released. I was opposed to her being put on parole. She was really she the one that tried to shoot Gerald Ford. Yes. She was not involved in the Lubyanka Tate murders. She was followers us. Followers, and she on her own as far as I recall, it was her own volition to try and shoot president Ford. She doesn't sound like she's living quite the. Provincial life. New York either shouldn't be. What what? Her house along with her boyfriend is. It has a lot of skulls. Just show you find the quote here here. It is. I'm sorry. I'll squeaky fromm who is settled down in MARCY about forty five miles east of Syracuse living in a skull decorated ramshackle home. She shares with her boyfriend who is also a Manson obsessed ex-con who killed his brother-in-law is now working at a nearby correctional facility. She's. Birds of of a feather flock together. Right. But if you know what show was once again, I mean, he's Wiki Frahm is about the same age. Now has she changed living in a house full of skulls? The neighbors say that she's just a quiet person who doesn't. Bring too much attention to herself. She just likes her dog. They're not ones who are out there saying, oh, look ally am bragging about their past. They don't get involved in drama. She's very friendly. And usually with her neighbor who also has a dog. Quiet. Too quiet before the mass murders occurred in their neighborhood. You know, she's not they always say that such nice people, quiet nights. They kept to themselves. After the fact, I will take a break. This is C C O. Oh. Corey.

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"tex watson" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"tex watson" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Okay, older man, she smokes. Wow. I mean such poise, what a woman do this remind me of old Hollywood as watching my favorite show right now, the dark tourist damn dog look at her per together. That's the joker there. No, I don't think so. I don't know who that is the joker. That's the Ridler the old school Ridler. It's a crazy old man tit Scott anyways, dick energy to, you know, man? Yeah, you're right. You're right, right. Big, dick energy, but doctors, they go on this episode of things. The last one, eight they do. The Charles Manson tore which I definitely want to go on, go to all the sites, and then some guys on the Mike Tony, what happened? They played things I'd like to see it, but I don't wanna be bad person contribute to that. But also they had a guy on there that. Is who. When Charles Manson died, he left all his shit too. This dude who's just a fan left to all to him. So they go interview this guy when Charles Manson died in prison, right? He's still alive, knows not Charles Manson. Did he die a haunt? I got a call, you know? He's right here. It's eighteen you. Fuck that he did. I didn't dot damn this year. Last year we talked about, we put his music. Remember those are. All right, man. Anyways, he died in prison quite some time ago, and so they link this gentleman there on the right they link up with the dude who was his best friend. They met in prison and there, but he also talked guys who they think Charles Manson is their hero, and but they're not like not for murder, and he's he actually kill anyone bro. That's I said, shouldn't kill anyone bro. Just did nothing. He's ordered it, but even then they can't prove that however, he off see was the manipulator of this whole thing. Why people died. Next did kill not this style, but shoot people. They know that for purposely trying to start a race war and orchestrated because he was famous. He is all things to be famous than they thought he was just misunderstood and all the stuff. But anyway, so this guy relates to them, they'd come best friend's picture them in prison, Charles Manson. He's all stuff to him. And so this guy goes into house interview with them, and the guy gets super fended like it's an argument. 'cause he's like, you know, ask. About how can you like this guy? How can you say he's doing these things? Guy starts offending. It gets pretty gnarly. Wow. It's a good fucking showman. This is my favorite episode. This Jeffrey Dahmer one horses for rent eight sixty nine yet will allow these people have a bunch of Manson's old shit. Like we're the murder scenes out there. You can buy stuff and it's creepy shit where. These best friends, Charles Manson. And so and so he gets down to so they should serve the day. Charles Manson dies. The next day was how you doing, how do you feel your best friend fucking dying. He's. Yeah, come on relax. First of all, first of all, did they serve time together? He was a fan of rock on road him fifty. No. Do the same fucking and how they connect weirdo. You're a weirdo. But he enter your into murder. I don't know. He had some dark shit out the murders went down. Is there boy, the what? The fuck it was his name. The the main do tank with like the terrible dude. Well, those guys must all be in prison. Right? He was also bat shit, crazy tax Tex was the guy. He was bat shit, crazy him Tex. Watson, tex-, Texas did mostly old crazy man. He's the bad one. He's the. He did all the killing. He's the bad looks like killer. Looks like someone's dad there. Yeah. Yep. Tex Watson, right? Yeah, bad people, but I don't. You know, I was at the just switch lanes as the Long Beach acquitted. And so. Dad told another dad to get his son because he kept squirting people..

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"tex watson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"tex watson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Wanna go in there advanced didn't wanna kill a kid why had boundaries born to didn't want to kill dogs what led hitler you know didn't kill bianca's dog what they're i mean didn't go it was there other places they didn't go to the lobby on were grocers right on some grocery stores yeah yeah yeah and she owned a nail nail place before believe it will end up at lobby onc i mean and was he trying to start a race war and if so that seems it seems like a weird mix of of households to attack yes very weird mix i mean why go into sharon tate's place that she was renting you know kind of a little bit of a hollywood scene if you will of a party place you know kind of strange mix of characters that were there not strange but certainly different from lobby janka which were much more down to earth not not business if you will not shutting not show business anyway area very different one from the other our in fact the little tidbit rosemary labianca had seen the headlines of what manson had done before she was killed when they picked up a paper or newspaper newspapers existed before before going into the house at night and apparently had exclaimed you'd almost cry like how could anybody be so cruel how many days before this is just a couple of days in between this was just happening very quickly in fact what had happened is tex watson and the girls tex watson is the one who actually you know did the murder yeah actually plunged the knife.

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"tex watson" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"tex watson" Discussed on 790 KABC

"This woman should never ever ever be allowed to have another child they should tie those like rolled gold pretzel they should definitely but i don't know is it you know how tex watson murdered sharon and she wasn't allowed to have baby but he had four in prison is it the same with women like well she get conjugal visits where she could get pregnant in prison and have another baby because she already has a bunch she did not torture them because they weren't quote unquote gay they thought gabriel acted gay what that means i don't know as if an eight year old has sexuality i ha i saw pictures of him he he was the most beautiful child pictures of him smiling with his with his dog with his hat on he looked so adorable and and this these animals thought for some reason and they were totally terrified of gay and so they beat him in starved him and tortured him to death i i'm just completely stunned this this cases bothered me for how many years four years so i just wish they would have given her the death penalty i'm really i'm so bummed out that she gets a deal because she goes yeah she gets a pat on the back for saying yeah i did it yeah i watched him get tortured so the the facts will be the same facts that pertain to this case may very well be identical to what the trial for the two social workers what they have already to if anything this case may make it a little more difficult for prosecutors because the media attention and this was addressed by by the judge in this in this in this murder trial and the sentencing saying that there has been a significant amount of media attention and could that's the way a jury there's a bad opens up the possibility of appeals if if they become if they get a conviction out of it out of this and so if anything a lot of this media publicity or public opinion on on this case particular may have ramifications for maybe any appeals that happen in the social workers case they could theoretically move the venue if they determined that they can't get a fair trial they're covering it nellie county right.

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"tex watson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"tex watson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Of obstruction with trump and his stupid twitter war with them adam schiff is that obstruction when he's tweeting out from you know his favorite mode of transportation on twitter that adam schiff must be stopped and i mean where is the house investigation where is the line of of of the president not just tweet anything he wants are there are no repercussions here cannot legally phase any consequences i would respectfully submit that those were very very well chosen words because saying that someone must be stopped is open to such an interpretation can so easily be viewed is some just opinion of psalm allen it's coming out of the president of the united states isn't that an obstruction of sorts whose kneeing in then that that is if i'm going to play down the middle and i look at i take a literal view of what it means to obstructed justice what it means to engage in the obstruction of governmental administration laying someone must be stopped first of all you not actually doing anything the the the word must must be bill is a very very carefully chosen words because they mean nothing okay couple of things along those lines in that uh when when um when trump makes these comes obviously we know that when he when he told lester holt that he fired and because of the russia investigation i mean that's pretty you know there he knows who they are investigating but what about like it that's an that you make an interesting point about if a person if if tex watson and squeaky from a whoever went to the lobby opera house if they never said that manson told them to actually kill somebody but the mansard and send them there you know because he may be mansa gum all fired up about these hollywood people are destroying culture and they had to be stopped and they said okay and they interpret that.

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"tex watson" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"tex watson" 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.

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"tex watson" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tex watson" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Uh nothing better than dramatic recreations yes um lots of yelling and screaming lots of shouting in cursing uh lots of disrespect to the judge and the american flag uh they they threw a copy the constitution in the garbage at one point um very famously charles manson uh carved an x into his forehead which later became a swastika saying that he was extra out of the world and then his family members would do the same in they would shaved their heads and generally just try and disrupt things at every turn bright and they did i mean they were quite successful but the truck have going on and on right i think it was it went on for a couple of years based on news articles that i was reading about it so it turns out though that richard nixon supposedly had the most disruptive effect on the trial um by saying while trial was going on quote here's the man who was guilty directly or indirectly of eight murders without reason here's the sitting us president commenting saying unequivocally that this guy was guilty of a trial that was going on which is you just don't do that it doesn't matter what the cases now not for any compassion for charles manson or anything like that this is because even on the other side you could has blown the case in in in he blew gytims lately could have created a mistrial there you just because the president said something in everyone reported on it i can imagine that ethnic today i totally can't it was very trumpian move yeah uh so we we talked i think we covered the helterskelter thing enough don't you we did but i think there's a there's a big thing that all this hinges on is that um there the prosecution said and you said earlier you even had a quote from tex watson that charles manson told him to go and just destroy the people in the house gruesome as you can there and the prosecution said that that charles main.

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"tex watson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"tex watson" 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.

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"tex watson" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"tex watson" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Two two two five two two two coming up later on in the program we're gonna talk to lose small dino who is the nephew of lena law bianca and also spoke at thursday's parole hearing he's going to react to the death of manson family leader charlie manson you know speaking a jab lab for twenty five twenty 20something years twenty one me and being very very close to her their her and her daughter family to me she said john i said are you believed in she said ooh somewhat while they're still a bunch of them yet her alive and she concert coming up for parole battles you know the truth is charlie stopped being deb years ago for his parole he just even stopped going to his on parole hearings because he knew the possibility of him getting out was nepal an extra zero so he stopped going so you know we fight the on fight and and uh i've i've faced a many of these murderous with dab appro hearings and with lou small dino and i've spoken on behalf of liu small dino this last time around the tex watson uh such an honour for me to do so but but the bottom line is the people that actually put the knives into these victims that actually plunged the knives are still alive his funny always manson name but these murderers than tex watson uh cedi in and and a clam and bruce davison certainly patricia krenwinkle and leslie van houten is now just been paroled other ones that plunged the knives luggage fuddy charlie knew that he would never be let out but the rest of abreu team league voted to be released the vote every time there out of them right and that goes to the governor so that governor has the ultimate say has the fact and i will give you a weird wow they're just showing in on the news the showing a rosemary labianca i will give you a weird sort of unknown fact about the murderers charles manson did not go to sharon's house that night he had been there before because he was a frustrated musician uh he knew dennis wilson of the beach boys and dennis was friends with doris days son terry melchor who happen to live in the house with his then wife candice bergen so charles manson do the layout of the house he had been there he went there one day.

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"tex watson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"tex watson" Discussed on WJR 760

"It was totally just coincidental that the mansion family showed up at his house because the people who were there movie producer music producers they were not there were at the time but there was another party going on and sharon tate and oliver frei yet were there yup along with jc bring her exboyfriend and he and he got out he was not injured i i'm sorry was he was a he was injured or whizzy not injured are you talking about see measure seabury he was shot and killed he was there guess he was out either the first or one of the first victims of the manson family it looked like they were going to stab sharon tate and it was uh of the killer one of the manson family members his name was charles watson charles tex watson as he called himself and he was threatening to kill stab sharon tape who was pregnant and see bring objected apparently he tried to do a throw himself in front of watson and watson shot and killed him and then they killed sharon tate and the rest was history yeah yeah the next night uh there were five people killed in in that spree the next night there were two other people killed in a separate incident and finally they were able to to track down charles manson they caught the murderers and then they they are traced to manson this was the lobby uncle murders yes the socalled tate lobby aga murders you know i didn't realize until i was reading portions of the book all of the people that were so see with manson were women and they did all the killing uh y out but uh there was charles tex watson he he he was involved in the killings too so they weren't all women but the women are the ones who get all the attention for example of the manson family did not go out of business when the arrest and the prosecution for for these murders occurred there was nineteen 75 which ya you remember when gerald ford was the target of an assassination attempt by a lynn that from squeaky froth she was a charles manson follower and and.

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"tex watson" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"tex watson" 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.

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