Charles Manson’s son and daughter urged Donald Trump to posthumously pardon cult leader on the 50th anniversary of Manson’s family murder.
Charles Manson, an American criminal and cult leader. Born in 1934 in November. His native is Cincinnati, Ohio, the U.S. His occupation is singing and a songwriter basically. He had two children. He is charged criminally for his Murder and conspiracy. He died in the year 2017 November 19 in Bakersfield, California, the U.S. He passed away at the age of 83 in prison.
Manson is the head of a cult called the “Family.” His role was to manipulate people in a heinous two-night killing spree. It’s said Manson demanded his followers Susan Atkins, Linda Kasabian, Patricia Krenwinkel, and Charles Watson to murder. In which they killed the actress Sharon Tate with her unborn child and along with seven others. This took place on August 9, 1969. The murders usually take place at night. He was sentenced to death for his actions. But was spared from execution and died on November 19, 2017, in prison.
Charles Manson’s son and daughter meet Donald Trump and ask for pardon in the name of their father. At the time of the 50th anniversary of Manson’s family murder. Rebecca and Matthew want their dad to be proved innocent. They said, “ He wasn’t a murder – he didn’t kill anyone.” They brought about comparing the problem in EL Paso. And added that someone couldn’t be responsible for other people’s actions.
Later on the same night, they uploaded an online petition stating that “My Brother Matthew Roberts and Myself, Rebecca Evans kindly ask President Trump to pardon our father, Charles Manson posthumously. If you, President Trump, are not responsible for the mass murder committed by one of your crazed followers, then how is our father responsible for the Tate-LaBianca murders that were committed by his crazed followers. we believe you are fully innocent of the blame for the EL Paso murders; therefore, our father is as innocent of the Tate-LaBianca murder. With Matthew and myself being two proven children of Charles Manson, we have to lead our lives with the shame of having our father labeled as a murderer, when, in fact, he never murdered anyone,” she concluded.