California: Land of the lost, for the lost

WASHINGTON, clinic December 5, 2016 – Mary Brunner was a lost soul in search of meaning. An assistant librarian at the University of California at Berkeley, Mary met a man she felt would open her mind to new ways of thinking in a state famous for offering dreamers and eccentrics a fresh start. Charlie Manson. The man…

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William "Bill" Hicks
William "Bill" Hicks
4 years ago

REMEMBER ONE THING……Manson would not be a ward of the states penal system if not for Moonbeam ending the death penalty while he was governor in the 20th Century. And to show how out of step Moonbeam is, and the people that elected him, he is now a 21st Century governor of California.

Talk about a “Land of The Lost.”