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No. The lot of them should have gotten the death penalty.
you make the call arnold but if something happens then you are the blame. they murdered people and they were allowed to live. keep him there. a religious residence is not where the devil is supposed to be released
I know that compassion, and even forgiveness at times, plus the change and signs of rehabilitation can come into account for some crimes and sentences, but such acts are for time that is measurable, not life in prison. A number of years less then life might arguably relate to time minus certain considerations, but life is life.
Arnold isn't the Gov of CA anymore SKEETE44. Manson will not spend another day of his miserable life outside prison walls again.
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