Cult leader Charles Manson, who died Sunday, was a “loving, compassionate man” who cared about the environment, according to a man claiming to be the convicted killer’s grandson.
Jason Freeman, 41, claims to People magazine that Manson considered himself innocent of the Manson Family’s murder spree, which included killing actor Sharon Tate, then eight months pregnant, in August 1969.
Manson did not commit any of the murders himself but was convicted of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder because his followers were acting on his orders.
“He said his hands are clean,” Freeman told People. “He specifically said he did not kill Sharon Tate or anybody in that house. He would never hurt a human with a baby inside of them.”
Freeman claims to be the son of Manson’s son, Charles Manson Jr., who changed his name to Jay White to avoid association with his murderous father and later killed committed suicide in 1993. Freeman has…
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