Psychotic Cult Leader Charles Manson has died, and his absences presents the platform for Pro-life awareness.
In the late 1960’s Charles Manson founded an extremist cult that later became known as the Manson family. They were responsible for the brutal murders of seven people and later incarcerated for their crimes. Manson died at the age of 83 on Sunday night in Bakersfield, California.
One professor posted a powerful response on social media that sums up the reality of Manson’s anti-life rhetoric and express the impact of a pro-life community.
The Los Angeles Times reported that during the murder of Sharon Tate, the wife of movie director Roman Polanski, the pregnant actress pleaded with Manson’s followers:
Tate, 26, who was eight months pregnant, pleaded with her killers to spare the life of her unborn baby. [Susan] Atkins replied, “Woman, I have no mercy for you.” Tate was stabbed 16 times. “PIG” was written in her blood on the front door.
Manson was sentenced to death for the murders, but the California Supreme Court later declared the death penalty unconstitutional.
Mike S. Adams, a professor, pro-life advocate and Town Hall columnist, summed up Manson, the courts and the value of life in one devastating tweet:
Charles Manson died today some 45 years after the Supreme Court spared his life. He was preceded in death by 59 million innocent unborn humans who failed to win the sympathy of our nation’s highest court. #CharlesManson
— Mike S. Adams (@MikeSAdams) November 20, 2017