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'''Charles Manson''' was a 1960s [[serial killer]] and [[cult]] leader whose most famous murder was ordering the killing of [[Sharon Tate]]. He [[brain-wash]]ed 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.<ref>Borsella, C. ''On Persecution, Identity and Activism: Aspects of the Italian-American Experience from the Late 19th Century to Today''; Dante University Press; Boston. p. 110, (2005) [http://books.google.com/books?id=hWkQNm6MOxQC&lpg=PA110&dq=%22Charles%20Manson%22&pg=PA2#v=onepage&q=%22Charles%20Manson%22&f=false]</ref> He held notions commonly regarded by most as ludicrous; for example, he believed the band The Beatles was his disciples, and their song "Helter Skelter" inspired his idea. He has since come up for parole many times, but has been denied each time this has occurred.   
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'''Charles Manson''' was a 1960s [[serial killer]] and [[cult]] leader whose most famous murder was ordering the killing of [[Sharon Tate]]. He [[brain-wash]]ed 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.<ref>Borsella, C. ''On Persecution, Identity and Activism: Aspects of the Italian-American Experience from the Late 19th Century to Today''; Dante University Press; Boston. p. 110, (2005) [http://books.google.com/books?id=hWkQNm6MOxQC&lpg=PA110&dq=%22Charles%20Manson%22&pg=PA2#v=onepage&q=%22Charles%20Manson%22&f=false]</ref> He held notions commonly regarded by most as ludicrous; for example, he believed that the [[Beatles]] were his disciples, and their song "Helter Skelter" inspired his idea. He has since come up for parole many times, but has been denied each time this has occurred.   
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In April 2011, Manson broke a 20-year silence to give nonsensical remarks about the [[global warming]] scam and supposed human damage to the environment. <ref>http://nation.foxnews.com/charles-manson/2011/04/18/charles-manson-breaks-20-year-silenceto-speak-out-about-global-warming#ixzz1JvxUz9EH</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 03:12, 20 April 2011

Charles Manson was a 1960s serial killer and cult leader whose most famous murder was ordering the killing of Sharon Tate. 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] He held notions commonly regarded by most as ludicrous; for example, he believed that the Beatles were his disciples, and their song "Helter Skelter" inspired his idea. He has since come up for parole many times, but has been denied each time this has occurred. In April 2011, Manson broke a 20-year silence to give nonsensical remarks about the global warming scam and supposed human damage to the environment. [2]

References

  1. Borsella, C. On Persecution, Identity and Activism: Aspects of the Italian-American Experience from the Late 19th Century to Today; Dante University Press; Boston. p. 110, (2005) [1]
  2. http://nation.foxnews.com/charles-manson/2011/04/18/charles-manson-breaks-20-year-silenceto-speak-out-about-global-warming#ixzz1JvxUz9EH

See also

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