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Crime: Manson Murders / Obsession / Kay Interview (Part V) #942084

CNN Evening News for Friday, Aug 07, 2009
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(Studio: Erica Hill) The 40th anniversary of the Manson family murders re-introduced.

(Corcoran, California: Ted Rowlands) The life for Charles Manson in prison featured; scenes shown from the Corcoran State Prison where Manson has been for 20 years. [L.A County deputy D.A. Patrick SEQUEIRA†- says he has been a horrible prisoner.] [Manson author Ed GEORGE†- says he would make voodoo dolls out of socks.] [Manson friend "STAR"- talks about Charlie, who is all about the environment.]

(Studio: Erica Hill) Live interview held with former prosecutor Steve Kay about Manson. [KAY - says prison has been Manson's life before & after the Tate-LaBianca murders; states Manson gets other prisoners to answer his letters; indicates Manson & his followers wanted to start a race war; talks about Leslie Van Houten, the murderer.]

Hill, Erica;
Rowlands, Ted

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