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Having Doubts Over Squeaky's Pardon

 
 
Reply Fri 14 Aug, 2009 01:03 pm
 
sullyfish6
 
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Reply Fri 14 Aug, 2009 04:38 pm
Please post a recent picture.
I don't want that nutcase moving in next door to me.
No one sane is moving to Michigan, now.
OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Fri 14 Aug, 2009 05:11 pm
@sullyfish6,
sullyfish6 wrote:

Please post a recent picture.
I don't want that nutcase moving in next door to me.
No one sane is moving to Michigan, now.

What will u do if she moves in next door to u ?




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roger
 
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Reply Fri 14 Aug, 2009 05:37 pm
Of course, it's parole, not a pardon.

I would also not like having here living around me. She seems to have that knack for convincing people she's a sweet little girl, just doing little girl things. You would never know what is going on behind that impish little smile. She really sounds kind of scary.
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Fri 14 Aug, 2009 07:47 pm

I take a different vu.
If she moves in next to me,
I will treat her the same as anyone else:
with reasonable courtesy and cordiality,
but not intrusive, respectful of her privacy.

I will not offend her and I am confident that she will not offend me.
It is extremely seldom that anyone ever does.


I doubt that she wanted to harm Ford.
There was no round in the chamber.
If she 'd really wanted to take him out,
she 'd have racked it. From the fact that she did not,
I infer that she wanted attention. She probably had
survivors' guilt for not having been incarcerated like
Manson and the other girls.

I 'm no snob; if she moved in next door to me,
I coud be her friend.





David
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Merry Andrew
 
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Reply Fri 14 Aug, 2009 07:52 pm
Basically, what Roger said. I don't know why I or anyone else should trust this quite disturbed person.
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Setanta
 
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Reply Fri 14 Aug, 2009 08:05 pm
Lynette Fromme was a devoted Manson follower, and i see no reason to assume that she has been "rehabilitated." The evidence is very good that she had a hand in the Hawthorne, California robbery of a sporting goods store, during which six members of the "Manson family" came out shooting. Police speculate that the plan was for Manson to be called as a witness at another trial, and for the "family" to launch an armed assault on the courthouse. They group had collected 140 firearms and ammunition for the same, and loaded them in a van when the police arrived. Fromme was the go-between with Manson, the one who most regularly visited him while he was awaiting trial and then being tried. Vincent Bugliosi, who prosecuted Manson and the women and the other man accused with him in the Tate-LaBianca murders was convinced that Fromme had taken a leadership role, acting as Manson's mouthpiece, and using that authority on her own behalf. He also believes that Fromme at least transmitted Charlie's orders, if she did not actually supervise the murder of Ronald Hughes, the lawyer for Leslie Van Houten who had tried to separate her defense, and who would not take orders from Charlie. After the trial, his body was found in a park in Ventura County, and one of the family members admitted that the family had murdered him. He stopped answering questions, though, after mentioning Fromme's name, and being pointedly asked if she had planned the murder of Hughes.

She's a nut job, and you would be hard pressed to convince me that she has given up her delusions about Charlie and "the family." In fact, it's all she's had to cling to for more than 30 years.
dyslexia
 
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Reply Fri 14 Aug, 2009 09:20 pm
@Setanta,
FORT WORTH, Texas " Three decades after basking in the national spotlight as "Squeaky" the infamous Charles Manson disciple who tried to assassinate President Gerald Ford, the now 60-year-old woman slipped quietly out of a federal prison Friday after being released on parole.
OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Fri 14 Aug, 2009 09:55 pm
@dyslexia,
dyslexia wrote:

FORT WORTH, Texas " Three decades after basking in the national spotlight as "Squeaky" the infamous Charles Manson disciple who tried to assassinate President Gerald Ford, the now 60-year-old woman slipped quietly out of a federal prison Friday after being released on parole.
She did NOT try to assassinate Gerald Ford.
There was no round in her pistol.
Without racking it, she was of no danger to him,
unless she smacked him over the head with it.
Her having been convicted of trying to assassinate him
did not change what actually HAPPENED, Dys.





David
roger
 
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Reply Fri 14 Aug, 2009 10:00 pm
@OmSigDAVID,
Four rounds in the magazine, David. Innocent by reason of not knowing how to operate the gun?
OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Fri 14 Aug, 2009 10:07 pm
@dyslexia,

ERRATUM:

" She did NOT try to assassinate Gerald Ford.
There was no round in her pistol.
Without racking it, she was of no danger to him,
unless she smacked him over the head with it.
Her having been convicted of trying to assassinate him
did not change what actually HAPPENED, Dys. "

shoud have been:

She did NOT try to assassinate Gerald Ford.
There was no round in the chamber of her pistol.
Without racking it, she was of no danger to him,
unless she smacked him over the head with it.
Her having been convicted of trying to assassinate him
did not change what actually HAPPENED, Dys.





David
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Fri 14 Aug, 2009 10:11 pm
@roger,
roger wrote:

Four rounds in the magazine, David.
Innocent by reason of not knowing how to operate the gun?
U beat me to it, Roger,
before I got my ERRATUM in there.

We don 't know that she did not know how to operate it.
That 's not hard to operate. Presumably, she loaded the mag.





David
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