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--K-- 2 kids; Romania 3189 posts
26th Mar '13

I think he should be locked up just because of how easily influenced people are by him.



I also find him very interesting.

LA REINA™ New York, NY, United States 16316 posts
26th Mar '13
Quoting Baby Mutilator:" So would you say someone could brainwash you into murder?"


If I was in the state of mind to be easily manipulated of course.

Baby Mutilator 18 kids; Modesto, California 13001 posts
26th Mar '13
Quoting Katie♥Hippoand#2:" I think he should be locked up just because of how easily influenced people are by him. I also find him very interesting."


I find it completely fascinating

✖Mandalorian 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Georgia 5386 posts
26th Mar '13
Quoting Baby Mutilator:" I had a thought today. I kinda don't understand why he received a life sentence when he didn't actually ... [snip!] ... should be held accountable for their own actions. I don't believe in the word "brainwashed" at all..what are your thoughts?"


I agree with you. I've always found him a very interesting person...That probably sounds wrong but, yeah haha.

❀Sarah❀ 2 kids; Cocking, EU, Europe 122754 posts
status 26th Mar '13

He gave the orders to kill people. When a mafia boss has other people do his dirty work isnt he charged as well? Its the same concept.



Hes where he belongs, hes been up for parole and denied because of his doing, no one elses.

♥♬♡ 2 kids; Pennsylvania 10385 posts
26th Mar '13

http://www.seastwood.com/backup310/hinman.htm



info on a gary hinman, which is someone he has killed.

Mari-C 18 kids; Nebraska 3695 posts
26th Mar '13

He didn't do anything to stop his "followers" from murdering people. He allowed the crimes to happen. He is just as guilty as the people that actually murdered the victims. I think in some states that is considered Capital Murder and you can be given the same sentence as the person, so to say, "that pulled the trigger."

Dovahkiin 1 child; 1 angel baby; Kentucky 16776 posts
26th Mar '13

Brainwashing is a legitimate psychological phenomenon. It's very real.

user banned 1 child; Nunya, CA, United States 6369 posts
26th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Baby Mutilator:</b>" Lynette 'Squeaky' Fromme On Friday, Aug. 14, 2009, "Squeaky" Fromme, 60, was released on parole from ... [snip!] ... shunned him. A spokeswoman for the prison would not say if they are still in touch So what about this particular follower?"</blockquote>



What about her?



Are you asking why she is released and he's still in?

Baby Mutilator 18 kids; Modesto, California 13001 posts
27th Mar '13
Quoting ~Julie Blue Eyes~:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Baby Mutilator:</b>" Lynette 'Squeaky' Fromme On Friday, Aug. ... [snip!] ... about this particular follower?"</blockquote> What about her? Are you asking why she is released and he's still in?"


Well yeah. I mean she admits to still being a loyal follower, and seems to not care about her hand in the murders at all.

Lucid Dreamer Florida 3829 posts
27th Mar '13

Here is Charles Manson as a singer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24RvJAdI0Vo

user banned 1 child; Nunya, CA, United States 6369 posts
27th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Baby Mutilator:</b>" Well yeah. I mean she admits to still being a loyal follower, and seems to not care about her hand in the murders at all."</blockquote>




I'm unfamiliar with her case and the particulars, but I am guessing that it has much to do with whether a rehabilitation has taken place. Charles Manson still incites murder from inside of his prison cell. He's verifiably, certifiably NUTS. She must have said and done all of the right things, in order to be released.



Lots of details to consider, I think.