posted on Nov, 21 2017 @ 04:17 PM
I think this is an interesting thread, in that everyone is debating the idea of finding some compassion for Charles Manson, but nobody has proposed
even a wisp of a reason why he might be considered at all mistreated or misunderstood.
If there's any form of evidence that he was at all 'scapegoated' for something he didn't do, let's be seeing it.
Because I think that most people would probably agree, if push came to shove, that Manson was a rabid and committed evildoer and that life
imprisonment was the kindest thing anyone could or should have done for him. People like Manson test my opposition to the death penalty.