Friday, October 5, 2012

Idiots in California let a murderer go - he's learned his lesson


Former Charles Manson associate Bruce Davis, who was convicted of murdering two men, has been recommended for parole, reported. 

Davis was convicted alongside Manson for the 1969 killings of Gary Hinman, a musician, and Donald Shea, a stuntman who lived with the Manson crew who was nicknamed “Shorty.” Davis is serving two life sentences. 

His crimes were unrelated to the murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others. He has been in prison since 1972, The Associated Press reported. Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney Patrick Sequeira opposed his release.

 The governor will have to approve, deny or modify the parole board’s recommendation; in 2010, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger rejected a recommendation that David be released. More here:

LOL -- Did we say "two life sentences?"  We didn't mean that, noooooo ... what ... you thought we were SERIOUS?  C'mon, man, you only killed two people, sheesh.

It needs Governor Moonbeam's (Jerry Brown) approval so he's as good as out.

I only pray to God that the next person this braying jackass murders will be a close relation of someone who had a hand in setting him free.

I wonder if states can block these people from moving in.  In other words, if California releases him, he stays and lives there ... among the idiots who set him free.

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