Leslie Van Houten, who was convicted of some of the Manson Family killings, was turned down for parole again Wednesday in California.
A federal judge has given Los Angeles police permission to review recordings between a member of the Manson family and his lawyer for new evidence of killings.
A California man was arrested on allegations he tried to sneak a cellphone to imprisoned cult leader Charles Manson at Corcoran State Prison, officials said.
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Conversations taped 40-years ago between a Charles Manson's follower and his late attorney can be handed over to police, a judge in California ruled.
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Los Angeles police say audio tapes recorded more than four decades ago by a follower of mass murderer Charles Manson may help them close 12 unsolved homicides.
A California parole panel has found Bruce Davis, a member of the Charles Manson Family in the late 1960s, is suitable for parole.
The California Parole Board Thursday recommended parole for Bruce Davis, a convicted killer and former associate of Charles Manson.