Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten was once again advised to password on Wednesday after more than four decades of life imprisonment for her role as a cult-afflicted murderer in 1969, highlighting the newly opened California Govina Newsom's first chance of deciding her own destiny.
Van Houten, 69, was found to be fit twice before the California Board decided to listen. Each of these times, then-Gov. Jerry Brown blocked her release after finding out that he still blamed Manson too much.
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Van Houten's fate will be in the hands of Newsom if her case is going through a 150-day review process. Since Van Houten has blocked Brown, he has assumed full responsibility for the crime that could help her succeed, according to her lawyer Richard Pfeiffer.
Manson's younger family, Van Houten, was one of the followers of Manson's murderous culture, which in 1969 was killed by a wealth of food merchant Leno LaBianca and his wife Rosemar. She testified about LaBianca's hit back at least 14 times and using a couple of blood to bring messages to the walls of her home, the Los Angeles Times reported.
During the murder, Van Houten was 19 years old, who came the day after other Manson followers killed the pregnant actress Sharon Tate and four more in Los Angeles.
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Tate's sister visited the hearing on Wednesday and hoped the governor denied Van Houten's freedom.
"I just hope I want to hope and ask the governor to make the right decision" and there Van Houten behind the bars, Debra Tate said. Newsom's office did not respond to a request for comments.
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No one who was directly involved in the Tate-LaBianca murder was released from prison.
Manson died in 2017 of natural causes in a California hospital serving life imprisonment.
The Associated Press participated in this report.