Charles Manson Follower Leslie Van Houten Getting Parole?Jul 12, 2023
I want to show you a picture of Lori Valadebell, yes, Lori Valadebell, look folks, she's smiling and we refer to her as the doomsday cult mom, um, and we did it because she was part of this cult. We learned a lot about it during the course of her trial, her fifth husband was the prophet, the so-called leader of all this and I don't know, I guess she was one of the
followers or a co-leader, it really wasn't necessarily clear, but his brother does. a
followerof this cult like her niece and others um but they murdered people they murdered people in the case of Lori valor her son JJ uh Tammy day Bell in the middle her fifth husband's first wife and her daughter Tyler were all murdered she was convicted of the murder she was part of this cult and I don't know if there's anyone who saw this who saw our coverage of this trial listen to the testimony that would say hey, yeah, you know what I should do at some point, but you know what. she should go out, she should go out because, you know, good behavior, blonde hair, whatever it is, whatever the reason, okay, it was three people, but you know what one day she should go out and the reason why I say this is that there was years ago, another cult in California led by a man named Charles Manson, you remember him, Helter Skelter, there he is after he was finally arrested for brutal murders, he was leading this strange cult and it all seemed to be inspired because no one would give him a record deal actually.
It's strange, but anyway he had all these women following him, he was having sex with them and he and together they conspired and carried out brutal, brutal murders. Here's Leslie Van Houten, one of the members of The Cult at the time, this was in 1971. she was convicted of the murders of two completely innocent wonderful people uh Lino and Rosemary La Bianca the guy had a grocery store you know he had one life had a family um until she helped Take It All Away brutal brutal murder um so for years she's been trying to get out on
parole1996 Core TV covered her
parolehearing um I want you to hear that in the LA case Bianca that you are condemned for, as I recall, was embedded with a carving fork or a fork from a carving set. in her stomach, a knife went all the way through her throat and came out the other side of her throat and Mrs. uh labianca was cut and stabbed and cut and terrible, how long is enough time for Leslie Van Halen?
Well, well, that's a difficult question to ask. The question we must answer is not yes? And society doesn't want to give him another chance to go out and turn to evil. If there ever comes a point where she decides that she should leave, she should be sure of it. For the benefit of society and for her own benefit, she will never doubt again. Where is she? She is now 73 years old. This is 54 years after the murders. She has been denied parole countless times, including five since 2016. Um, the Court of Appeals overturned the 2020 ruling and the decision does not automatically mean she will be released.
The state could still appeal the ruling to the California Supreme Court. Here's what. what the judges said Van Houten has demonstrated extraordinary rehabilitative efforts incites remorse realistic parole plans support from family and friends favorable institutional reports and at the time of the governor's decision had received four successive grants of parole so that she could get out why should i get you can you get us why someone convicted of double murder brutal double murder get a second chance start
gettinga second chance they're cutting a little bit yeah she served her time it's called punishment retribution she got that and rehabilitated that paragraph you just read, you had a face like you didn't believe any of that, I don't think so, that's the whole No, I don't care, take them, she didn't just take one life, it took too long, I don't agree I agree, but here's the situation, here's the thing, as they would say in California, she was granted parole not once. twice, three but four times by the California Board of Pardons and Paroles and it was the governor-elect who overturned them each time, so this time the court said no and look, there is no way to bring them both back people that she murdered, there is no way to bring back Sharon Tate who was brutally murdered by Charles Manson, but after a period of time and I don't know what that period of time is, but after a period of time she deserves a second chance or a first chance to be an adult and live a productive life 50. a few odd years is a long time and you read the paragraph.
That is the goal of our criminal justice system. Does she have support from her family? Does she have to ask him so many unless we can base the question on the Can we agree? because if we can't agree even on this, then there is no point in even starting the conversation with certain people. Are you saying that no one convicted of murder should be released on parole? first degree first degree you're saying no one life sentence so that's just your control that's just your life means that's just your kind of threshold life means life so it's not a question of her you're just saying like no one charged with murder in first degree should ever be convicted convicted sorry convicted first degree murder should ever be but we have very different circumstances I see a very different set of circumstances this was a very young, impressionable, wayward girl who was, you know, who was involved in drugs who was subjected to someone who exerted mind control over her brutal brutal murders, terrible, true, it was not related to her, she had no connectivity with these people at all, but terrible, you know, atrocious Lori um Dave Bell, that It is a whole, it is a horse, but completely different. color, those are hurt children, you're absolutely right, she's a grown woman who, um, wasn't dependent on anyone else to survive or to live, or to put a roofer over her head or anything, I mean, the circumstances are very , very different, I don't know.
I think we can compare the two, but I think there are circumstances where someone who is convicted of first degree murder, can we make this video? Can we give a warning when the parole board decides he should be paroled? who live next door to parole board members but their neighborhoods, but also how about that? Can we add that? That's your concern. She is going to be your mind. They want this person to be released on parole. It should not be like that. to the governor to overrule the Board of Pardons and Pearls my opinion even even in California, but then what is the point of having the board exactly?
I mean, I've seen cases, there was a case in New Jersey where a man shot and killed a police officer. The Cold Blood officer Cold Blood caught him sentenced to death, this was years ago. The death penalty has been illegal for a time in the United States. Whoever ends up sentenced to life in prison, then receives a life sentence and there was no life sentence without parole, so everything. suddenly he's on parole parole parole parole and he's a free man he's a free man he would do it I don't understand I don't understand that I wouldn't ever allow that kind of person to be either but we're talking about a mature person who commits, what?
What are you going to add to society at this time? Not that she can answer. Society can help her and we can show that after 50-something years, it's a good thing that Daryl isn't sitting as close to me as he normally does because he cares about human beings. I think that's what makes this country. I usually don't like these people. I know that in other countries they come out even faster than the United States. Normally I wouldn't want these people to come out, but I think in this For example, the main person, the cult leader, who is the leader of the gang, not Mickey Mouse, but Charles Manson or Chad Day Bell.
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