Charles Manson follower ‘Big Patty’ could go free after spending 50 years behind bars for infamous Hollywood murders
The Charles Manson follower known as Big Patty has been recommended for release after more than five decades behind bars.
Patricia krenwinkel, 74, has been denied parole 14 times for the murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and four other people in 1969.
She helped kill grocer Leno LaBianca and his wife Rosemary the next night, using their blood to scrawl ‘Helter Skelter’, ‘Rise’ and ‘Death to Pigs’ on the walls.
Krenwinkel claimed her actions came after Manson told her to do something ‘witchy’.
Patricia krenwinkel, 74, has been denied parole 14 volte (nella foto a marzo 2020)
The new recommendation by California’s parole board is the closest Krenwinkel has been to release. The decision is likely to go to Governor Gavin Newsom for a final decision. He has previously rejected parole recommendations for other followers of Manson, who died in prison aged 83 nel 2017. New laws since Krenwinkel was last denied parole in 2017 required the panel to consider that she committed the murders at a young age – 21 – and is now an elderly prisoner.
She had claimed in 2017 that she was affected by battered women’s syndrome when she helped in the bloody slayings by the Manson Family cult.
Krenwinkel’s attorney Keith Wattley said his client was no longer a danger to society.
‘She’s completely transformed,' Ha aggiunto.
Krenwinkel was a 19-year-old secretary when she first met Manson, poi 33, ad una festa.