Posted Apr 11, 2012By vwilliams
Debra Tate hopes that Wednesday is the last time she has to walk into a prison holding Charles Manson and argue in front of a parole board panel that he should not be freed.
For four decades the sister of murdered actress Sharon Tate has traveled to whatever rural California prison has held the notorious cult leader and his band of murderous followers for the tortuous deaths suffered by Sharon Tate, who was 8½ months pregnant, and four others visiting her Benedict Canyon home in August of 1969.
Under current law, inmates can be denied the chance to reapply for parole for up to 15 years. Another rejection could make Manson 92 before he would get another opportunity to make his case. (AP)
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