Charles Manson's successor Leslie Van Houten has again been recalled for parole on Wednesday after serving more than four decades of life sentence for his role in the horrible 1969 killings, marking a new chance to decide on his destiny.
Van Houten, 69, was eligible for release twice earlier in the California Pre-Trial Chamber. Each of these times – Gov. Jerry Brown blocked her release after he found out that he still attributed Manson too much to him.
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The fate of Van Houten will remain in the hands of Newsoma if her case endures a 150-day revision. Since it was blocked by Browne, Van Houten took on "full responsibility" for the crime, which would help her achieve conditional liberty, claims her lawyer Richard Pfeiffer.
The youngest of Manson's "family", Van Houten was among the followers of Manson's murderous cult, who in 1969 launched a wealthy merchant Leno LaBianc and his wife Rosemary. a bloody couple to clear messages on their home walls, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Van Houten was 19 years old during the murders that followed the day after other Manson followers killed a pregnant actress Sharon Tate and four others in Los Angeles.
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Tate's sister attended Wednesday and hoped the governor would deny Van Houten's freedom.
"I just have to hope and pray for the governor to make the right decision," and keep Van Houten behind the lattice, said Debra Tate. Office News did not respond promptly to the request for a comment.
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No one who played a direct role in the killings of Tate-LaBianc was released from prison.
Manson died in 2017 from natural causes at a hospital in California as he spent life imprisonment.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.