Charles Manson, 80, will marry a 26-year-old who has been visiting him. He will not be given a parole.
The mastermind of the Tate-LaBianca murders and several previous ones got life imprisonment at taxpayers’ expense. He has been locked up since 1969. He had first gone to prison in 1951. He was on parole — lost in the system — when he sent his disciples out to commit Helter-Skelter.
But who understands affairs of the heart — not the stabbed ones, I mean?
I don’t know about the wedding ceremony. I guess there won’t be a bachelor’s party the night before.
To have and to hold, in sickness and in health, in solitary and open exercise spaces, till death do they part. She will be on one side of the glass. He will be on the other.
What a heartwarming story. Love conquers all.