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You can try to kill me a million times more but you cant kill a persons soul Truth was is and always will be youve beaten me broken my neck knocked my teeth out Youve drugged me for years dragging me up and down prison hallways laying my head on every chopping block youve got in this state chained me burnt me but you cannot defeat me All you can do is destroy yourselves with your own judgements These are the words of Charles Manson at a parole hearing This man was the leader of a serial killing group called the Manson Family This group was responsible for the deaths of seven people and even worse he claims he is the Lord Jesus Christ He is truly one of the most dangerous men on this planet because he believes he is cleansing the earth of evil and his followers believe he is right Luckily there was enough evidence to convict him and his family to cleanse the earth of his evil Many lives have been saved thanks to his arrest What if he wasnt arrested though Thats a terrifying question to think about but its a sensible one Its obvious there would be total chaos if his group was able to grow and cause more deaths in America If you learn about Charles Mansons childhood then youd understand how he became a serial killerThe childhood of Charles Manson was the childhood no person would want He grew up in a family that showed no love for him His mother grew up in an extremely religious home and was shown no love or affection When she could take no more she ran away when she was fifteen In her search for acceptance she got pregnant with Charles when she was sixteen His mother treated him horribly Shed leave him with his aunt or grandma and disappear for weeks at a time Manson tells a story of
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