GOODBYE HELTER SKELTER
This is one of the few books, in close to four hundred, on Charles that is motivated by Justice and Truth, and stands as a document to the illegality of Charles Manson’s conviction and incarceration.
It’s all in George’s premise- below.
Love Of Brother…
“That basic tale is unchanged: An ex-con named Charles Manson took a group of disaffected young middle-class people and twisted their values, minds, and lives in order to fulfill his own homicidal needs. Using sex, drugs, music, and a kind of hypnosis, he deluded them to such an extent that they enthusiastically committed murder at his command in the furtherance of his mad and racist “Helter Skelter” dream of world conquest. Everybody knows what happened.
But what if that wasn’t what happened? What if the popular perception of Charles Manson and his “Family” is incorrect? What if Charles Manson did not “mastermind” the Tate-LaBiance murders in order to achieve Helter Skelter?
The premise of this book is that the motive that Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney Vincent Bugliosi presented at the trial (and ever sense in his best-selling book and in countless media appearances) – Helter Skelter – is a fantasy. And a further premise of this book is that it is possible that Charles Manson had – and has – no legal culpability for the Tate-LaBianca murders (or, for that matter, for any other murders for which he was convicted).”
“The shooting of Bernard Crowe set a standard. Charles Manson and the people in his circle believed that he had committed murder for the benefit – for the survival – of the group. Crowe had been shot because he was threatening to mount an assault on Spahn’s Ranch. Manson would not allow this to happen and had, so everyone believed, committed the ultimate crime of murder in order to protect his friends and his “brother” Charles Watson. Manson had taken the challenge and the risk and had gone into underworld combat to save the people at Spahn’s Ranch. He had demonstrated the extent of his commitment and his love for them.”
“You just can’t come up and take Shorty away because you
don’t like the way Shorty lives. You got to have earned Shorty.
When you’ve earned the right to take Shorty, you reach over and take Shorty’s hat off and put it on his foot and lay him down and cover him up with dirt if you want to. Because you’ve earned that. Because you walk with God. And when you walk with God, you can run with the devil.”