Charles Manson (also known as Charles Milles Maddox), the self-proclaimed Messiah who chaired a community group style known as the Manson family was convicted in 1971 in California in a study covering a total of 27 charges against him have and members of the family of the murder of seven people including actress Sharon Tate, (who was pregnant at the time of the murder), coffee heiress Abigail Folger, Leno LaBianca supermarket executive and his wife, Rosemary.
In 1972, the death sentences of all members of the Manson family was commuted to life imprisonment school in the case of California v. Anderson, in which the death penalty was cruel and unusual, and was discontinued temporarily until reinstated by the Constitutional Amendment. Since it was switched, Manson has been denied parole eleven times since 2007, his next opportunity will come in 2012.
Was justice done in cases of affected? For persons sentenced to death for the California prison system have had their sentences reversed? If Manson and his followers had been executed as a convicted?
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