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Charles Manson Follower Susan Atkins Denied Compassionate Release

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Charles Manson followers Leslie Van Houton, Susan Atkins and Patricia Krenwinkel

Today a California state parole board denied Charles Manson follower and convicted murderer of Sharon Tate and her baby “compassionate release.”

If you recall, Atkins was the killer who wrote the word “PIG” in Tate’s blood on the front door of the home shared by the actress and her husband, Roman Polanski.

Here is the graphic photo of Sharon Tate’s death:

Remember Susan Atkins famously told a sobbing and begging Sharon Tate prior to her murder and mutilation, “Look bitch, I have no mercy for you.”

The California Parole Board made the RIGHT decision.

Susan Atkins should remain incarcerated for the rest of her natural life.

Look BITCH, the people of California have NO MERCY for you.

Update:

Bob, a commenter has written about his experiences with Susan Atkins and Charles Manson. Here is his photo which goes along with his fascinating story. Please read below.

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169 thoughts on “Charles Manson Follower Susan Atkins Denied Compassionate Release

  1. Hi Gale,

    Aw, you’re welcome. I just can’t stand a bully, educated or otherwise; and I tend to advocate for the “underdog” – which you definitely are in this debate! lol You’ve taken some heavy duty cyber-stoning on here. Someone commented that they are impressed you keep coming back. I’m surprised actually that you do keep returning. Either you are steadfast in your convictions – or a real glutton for punishment! (smile) Seriously, you’re to be commended for not allowing anyone to chase you away. Good for you.

    I’m a little concerned about Johnny G. He’s not one to shy away from a heated debate, and that he’s not commented in some time worries me a bit. It’s just not like him. I do hope he’s all right in Iraq.

    Hope you’re having a good weekend.

    ~Ebby

  2. Hi Ebby,
    Certainly havent forgotten you and what a kind, compassionate person you are!
    Also, was thinking about Johnny G. I pray he is well in Iraq. If and when you hear from him please give him our best and let him know we are praying for his safety.
    Hope you are having a good week!

    Sincerely,
    Gale

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  4. Gale, you have sympathy for unworthy people. Cheap sympathy builds on Sharon Tate’s blood and her family’s forever pain. Generous by donating other people’s money. If you’d think Hitler should be paroled after he claimed to be religious, please listen to what Jews would say to your face. Manson family deserved bullets to the head. Die among families and friends? So ironic.

  5. God does forgive. If Susan has truly repented, and has accomplished anything good, she should be grateful for having that opportunity to do so. True humility would be to accept the punishment for her crimes, and be grateful the she will escape the eternal punishment of hell. She would accept the circumstance of her life with peace, and die knowing Jesus is with her, whether her family was there or not. She would be embarrassed to even ask for comfort, and only look forward to heaven, and leaving her prison, and horrible memories. Yes, God forgave the thief on the cross. But he didn’t take him off the cross. He still received the punishment for his crime. He didn’t even ask for his life to be spared. He new he deserved his punishment (which was death). All he asked was to be forgiven. When we are truly sorry for our sins, we receive forgiveness, and don’t receive the eternal punishment, but that does not mean we will not reap what we have sown here. Susan has had many years to read her Bible. David suffered for his sin, and knew he deserved it. Paul suffered many times and knew it was for his past sins. They were HUMBLE, and that is what made them such wonderful examples. At the very least, Susan should except her situation humbly, and accept her punishment. That would convince others that she indeed is saved. This crime is too horrific to expect or ask for anything. As a Christian she should know this. God is so very merciful, the afterlife is where all her hope should be. She should feel nothing but gratitude for the blessing of being able to serve him, and be completely humble, not only accepting her circumstances, but being grateful for them. It sounds like she has people who care for her and she has love in her life. She should know it is more than she deserved. But God is merciful. The only thing anyone should hear about her, is how grateful she is that God used her in prison, and how humbling it is to be used by him. If she is close to death, then she should be completely humble and look for ways to be continually used by him with the time she has left. She may very well be a Christian. I hope so. I hope she reads this and realizes that she is where Jesus decided she should be. Both as a punishment for her

  6. …..Both as a punishment for her crime as well as a place he could best use her. May God have mercy on all of us.

  7. I like getting comments on that blog, it turns fuel talk and gives people to feel like they are able become involved in the chat. I completely agree. It’s a awesome way.

  8. There are things in life that if given a chance to change we would definitely change it. And I guess that would Susan Atkins will say. She had committed a crime against the law of this world but it doesn’t mean that we have the right to judge and hate her. I know she had confessed and repented for the crime she did. And i know God had already forgave her no matter how hideous it was she had done in the past. In the end, God will be the one to judge us from the good and bad things we have made while living on this earth. This story will always remind us that there is a God of Mercy and full of compassion. A FORGIVING GOD. That no matter what are our shortcoming, in the end of the road we will be victorious together with him.

  9. So they killed a bunch of piggies….so F**king what?? Take Forkowski – sure he was just a drug dealed who suck Folger into the sh*t…

  10. drugs control your mind exp LSD and as much as they were using it was making there brain believe one thing and it wasnt reality i dont care what the situation was chrles manson or anyone for that matter can tell me to do somthing and i would know and understand what they was asking and i would know right from wrong on drugs like that i can see why it happened it doent make it right but you know in gods eye a sin is a sin and he is the only one that has a right to judge or take a life and when the world executes a person they have comitted the same crime now who do we punish them we dont they live in society in our neighbor hoods there in war and they are the goverment and isnt anything right in that area

  11. People like Gale, Johnny G, and Anonymous always come out of the woodwork and sympathize with the murderers and the scumbags…and it disturbs me to my core. I think they are just as bad. If you really think the criminals deserve the same considerations as the rest of us, you are probably a sociopath…and frankly, I don’t wana share the f*ckin planet with you. 

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