Charles Manson

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Charles Manson (born November 12, 1934) was a 1960s ringleader of a murderous California cult whose most famous crime was ordering the murder of Sharon Tate and 6 other people.

He brain-washed a devoted group of followers into various murders, with the hope of starting a race war and being the leader of the post-apocalyptic world he said the war would create.[1] Because Manson directed the members of the cult to commit multiple murders, he was convicted of the murders under a joint-responsibility rule which makes it a crime to be involved in a conspiracy to commit murder.

Manson held notions commonly regarded as ludicrous; for example, he believed that the Beatles were his disciples, and their song "Helter Skelter" inspired his idea. Manson was a racist who hated black people and burned a swastika scar on his forehead.[2] He is a Satanist and said that he is Jesus Christ and Satan in one person and the Reincarnation of Aleister Crowley.

In April 2011, Manson broke a 20-year silence to make nonsensical remarks about the global warming scam and supposed human damage to the environment. [3]

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