Charles Manson to be Released On Parole and Seek Possible Asylum in North Korea
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In a stunning turn of events Charles Manson known as the hippie cult leader that manipulated others to commit crimes and murder is up for parole this fall of 2017. His original parole hearing was set for 2027 but according to our sources inside the Corcoran, California prison where he is being held, his parole hearing has been moved up by request from a "very powerful person" out of Pyongyang North Korea. This request came last Monday and just this past Friday it has been revealed that the call came from North Korean's controversial leader Kim Jong Un himself. Aside from wanting to blow up the United States Kim Jong Un has always been fascinated with American culture such as movies, music, and sports like basket ball. Kim Jong Un developed an unusual friendship with super queen basket ball great, Dennis Rodman after Rodman's first visit to the hermit country back in 2014. According to our unnamed source from Pyongyang who devotes his life to researching and documenting everything about his leader, Kim Jong Un also has a fascination with popular serial killers nad has always had an interest in the story of Charles Manson. Charles Manson is an American criminal and former cult leader who led what became known as the Manson Family, a quasi-commune that arose in California in the late 1960s. Manson's followers committed a series of nine murders at four locations in July and August 1969. In 1971 he was found guilty of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder for the deaths of seven people – most notably of the actress Sharon Tate – all of which were carried out by members of the group at his instruction. Charles Manson's parole hearing is set for October 19, 2017. Our inside source from California also reveals he has a good shot at getting out this time and will most likely seek asylum in North Korea by request of Kim Jong Un. Many fear that this could be a plot by the North Korean leader to bring Manson into the country to use mind control on his army and to make his soldiers super killing machines. Others believe that Charles Manson if he were to get face to face with Kim Jong Un he could manipulate and use mind control on the leader to launch a nuclear attack that will set off WWIII. Charles Manson has always dreamed of a world in chaos and now at age 82 his dream might just come true.
Report by Elrik Dee Fullmerman