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The whole Manson mystique is overstated. He was the elder male among a clique of gullible, drugged kids in a turbulent era. He was a 3rd grade educated, career criminal with untreated mental illness. When the kids started getting into scraps with others, instead of being a mature, stabilizing influence, he just urged them to keep pushing things further. They were middle class kids and wanna be gansters. He's an outlaw. In his world, differences are resolved with violence.
I dont think that it is over-rated- just assigned to the wrong person...If you ever see Tex Watson coming through the window at night- be afraid- be very afraid....Tex is what they say Charlie represents...loving family- good background- lots of role models in his life- yet he becomes an animal....They said in court that they weren't on drugs the night of the killing- but he says in his book he was on speed- I would hope that he was on something- becuase just as interesting to me as the real motive- is where this came from in Tex... he had this inside of him... WHY????
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