Susan Atkins

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    Susan "Sadie" Atkins has terminal brain cancer and some say she should be given a compassionate release...

    Ex-Manson follower dying, seeks release from prison

    So where was her compassion on that infamous night 40 years ago? I say no, she should remain in prison until death.
     
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    I'm with ya there.
     
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    So where was her compassion on that infamous night 40 years ago? I say no, she should remain in prison until death.

    So it should be!!The life of an unborn or child in the eyes of God means more in it's innocence than hers as far as I am concerned.
     
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    Nice, more compassion is showed to the criminals then to the victims.

    My how civilized we have become!
     
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    For those clowns, my idea of compassion would be to make sure the knot on the rope was good and snug.
     
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    The world will be better off when that piece of sh*t is dead!

    UN-released!

    TO
     
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    She's suppose to have another parole hearing next month, the board and those victim's family members should all say to her in unison...

    "Look, bitch, WE don't care a thing about you. You're going to die and there's nothing you can do about it."

    That is what she confessed to saying to Sharon Tate just before killing her.
     
  8. RabidAlien

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    I love how they always seem to play the "I've reformed and become a born-again Christian" sympathy card. If that were true, then they'd realize that God does forgive if we repent and ask for it, but we still have to face man's laws as well. Lock her cell and flush the key.
     
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    Her latest parole hearing was conducted yesterday and she was denied so the state of California has no mercy.
     
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    Good. At least the folks in Sacramento have some sense. I have grown a little tired of "showing compassion" for the dregs of society. Do the crime, do the time. If life is the sentence, then we can let you out once you are in a nice pine box.
     
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    Good she does not deserve a compassionate release from jail. She should die there. She felt no remorse for her victoms, why should we feel remorse for her.
     
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    agreed - I still 'miss' sharon Tate, don't recall they gave her or her unborn child any compassion.
     
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    Poor Susan, terminal brain cancer - just drill a hole in her head and put her out of her misery!
     
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    Waste of a good drillbit.
     
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    Amen to that! She was partly responsible for those murders, she should pay for it. I wonder though, if there would have been more compassionate feelings for her if say, she wrote a children's book or two, talking about the dangers of cults and murders, like say, eh what was that guy's name, Dukie Williams.
    I mean, a criminal writing children's books can't be that violent, "right." :rolleyes:
     
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