Charles Manson hospitalized, reportedly in grave condition

Charles Manson hospitalized, reportedly in grave condition
Charles Manson hospitalized, reportedly in grave condition

17 November, 2017

Former cult leader Charles Manson, whose followers were responsible for a string of murders in the 1960s, is reportedly on his deathbed.

Our sources say Manson's health has been steadily deteriorating and, as it was put to us, "It's just a matter of time".

Waters did confirm, however, that Manson is alive.

We're told Manson was rushed to a Bakersfield hospital 3 days ago, and has been wheeled around on a gurney for various treatments. escorted by 5 uniformed cops.

Manson and members of his "family" of followers were convicted of killing actress Sharon Tate and six other people during a bloody rampage in the Los Angeles area in August 1969.

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He was sentenced to death, a sentence which was later amended to life imprisonment in Corcoran State Prison after California discontinued the death penalty.

The Times reported Manson's condition is unclear.

At his last parole hearing in 2012, the parole board described Manson as unhinged and remorseless and denied him permission to reapply for release until 2027, when he would be 92 years old.

In California prisons inmates are provided with medical care. A spokeswoman for the hospital declined to comment.

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