Ah yes! And the right hand man to Charlie Manson (who believed he was
the reincarnation of Jesus Christ) was Charles "Tex" Watson who killed
four people by stabbing them to death. But of course all that is now
forgiven because he became "born again" and is now an ordained
minister who wants out of prison so he can spread the gospel. The
"born agains" are trying to lead us down the primrose path lined with
their lies that they are the only ones who will get to heaven - even though
"Neither look here nor there because, the Kingdom of God is within
The Kingdom of God was on the Planet when Jesus Christ spread his
ministry. It never left and is still here for anyone of any faith or
non-faith to discover it.
Charles 'Tex' Watson: No Parole 42 Years After Manson
Charles "Tex" Watson, the former disciple of Charles Manson who
once referred to himself as the cult leader's "lieutenant for
killing," has been denied parole again.
A two-member panel of the California Board of Parole Hearings refused
Watson's bid for parole Wednesday, during a routine annual hearing at Mule Creek
State Prison in Ione, 50 miles southeast of Sacramento. The rejection marks
hearing 16 ordering the former member of the Manson "family" to remain
Watson, 65, is serving a life sentence at Mule Creek for his part in the
Sharon Tate-LaBianca killings 42 years ago. In 1969, Watson was convicted by a
Los Angeles County court on seven counts of murder -- crimes masterminded by
one-time cult leader Charles Manson.
"There's no question these were some of the most horrific crimes in
California history in terms of the brutality, the multiple stab wounds, the
gunshots, the large number of victims over a two-day period," Los Angeles
County Deputy District Attorney Patrick Sequeira told the Associated Press.
Watson, who fathered four children behind bars with his ex-wife via conjugal
visits, did not attend his last parole hearing in 2006. He received a maximum
According to Watson's website, aboundinglove.org, he converted to
Christianity in 1975 and became an ordained minister in 1983. In 2009, Watson
graduated from California Coast University with a B.S. in business management.
"His distant past is a tragedy from any point of view, but for the
previous three decades, his life has testified to the awesome grace of
God," reads a statement on Watson's website.......