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Leslie van Houten

I've just been reading John Waters' ROLE MODELS, where he makes a very heartfelt appeal for Leslie van Huten's parole. She was not part of the Sharon tate murders but was a participant in the LaBianco murders the next night. He points out she was one of the first to repent; that she has written and spoken eloquently about her guilt; that unlike several of the others (like Tex Watson) she has not "found Jesus"; that she has been in prison for over forty years now, much longer than any of the German young women sentenced to life imprisonment for political murders for the Baader-Meinhof murders or any of the Nuremberg Trial Nazi prisoners not actually killed by the state (with the sole exception of Rudolf Hess, who served forty years than died).

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