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Charles Manson

A look at the murder trials of Charles Manson, as one of his followers -- Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme -- nears parole after serving more than 30 years behind bars for attempting to kill former President Gerald Ford.

Charles Manson, 1970

June 1, 1970: Charles Manson in police custody.

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Charles Manson, 1970

Charles Manson

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Manson Trial

March 17, 1971: Leslie Van Houten, Patricia Krenwinkel, and Susan Atkins as co-defendants in Tate-LaBianca murder trials.

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Linda Kasabian

August 1970: Linda Kasabian, center, is shown at press conference she held at end of her 18 days on stand as a prosecution witness in Sharon Tate Murder trial.  Attorneys are Roland Goldman at her left, and Gary Fleischman at her right.

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Cult Leader

Charles Manson as cult leader and murder suspect in custody in California in 1969.

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Manson Trial

March 29, 1971: Susan Atkins, Patricia Krenwinkel, and Leslie Van Houten as co-defendants in Tate-LaBianca murder trials.

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Charles Manson, 1986

August 6, 1970: Charles Manson was denied parole, the 11th time since 1978 that the cult leader was ordered to continue serving life sentences for a murderous rampage in 1969. 

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Charles Manson, 1992

April 21, 1992:  Charles Manson.

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Charles Manson

A look at the murder trials of Charles Manson, as one of his followers -- Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme -- nears parole after serving more than 30 years behind bars for attempting to kill former President Gerald Ford.

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