Many of Mason’s followers have been routinely denied parole over the last 40 years as Los Angeles County prosecutors typically accompany victims’ families and argue against their release. However, ever since Los Angeles District Attorney George Gasćon’s recent election, victims’ relatives are finding that they are no longer supported by prosecutors. As a result, there is genuine fear that some of Manson’s followers will succeed in being released on parole.
An Ohio ex-cheerleader charged with killing her newborn baby is released early from probation on Tuesday. Brooke Skylar Richardson, now a 21-year-old woman, was sentenced to three years of probation after burying her newborn baby in her parents’ backyard in May 2017.
A Texas woman is arrested for murdering 35-year-old Latora King with illegal butt-injections on Thursday, October 8. Latora met 55-year-old Pamela Burnley, aka “Jag Booty,” outside a Dallas Home Depot parking lot on May 11. Afterward, Latora decided to go to Pamela’s house to receive illegal butt injections, to which she paid $1,000.
According to The New York Post, Latora quickly developed a fever and pain after doing the procedure. She had even sent Pamela photos to prove that the injections had quickly disfigured her buttocks. Latora’s condition became worse when she checked into the Fort Worth hospital in Dallas, Texas. She died from complications on May 17, six days after the procedure had taken place.
Arnold King was 18 years old and looking for someone to rob on an October night in 1971 when he and a friend spotted John Labanara sitting in his car on Newbury Street.
Joseph Edward Williams is facing a second-degree murder charge.
McGuffin was convicted of killing his high school girlfriend Leah Freeman in Coquille, a small Coos County town, in 2000. He always maintained his innocence.