Charles Manson's De-Evolution

See his twisted path from infamous cult leader to grizzled convict
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'I Don't Have Any Guilt'

On June 18th, 1970, Charles Manson, 35, declared "I don't have any guilt" at a brief press conference in the courtroom where a hearing to continue proceedings in the murder case of musician Gary Hinman was held. Manson's trial for the slaying of actress Sharon Tate and four others on August 9th of the previous year, and the killing of a wealthy supermarket chain owner and his wife the day after the Tate murder, began this same week and forced postponement of the Hinman case. 

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