Manson Follower Bruce Davis Sent Back to Prison

California Governor Jerry Brown Reverses Parole of Manson Family Member

Manson Follower Bruce Davis Sent Back to Prison

California Governor Jerry Brown reversed a decision by the State Board of Paroles, and sent 70-year-old Bruce Davis back to prison.

Davis, although not a member of the Manson Family that murdered Sharon Tate and others, was convicted of murdering a musician and a stuntman with Manson.

“I find the evidence … shows why he currently poses a danger to society if released from prison. Therefore, I reverse the decision to parole Mr. Davis,” the written decision said.

Steve Grogan, also a participant in those murders was released several years ago when he agreed to reveal where the bodies were buried on a remote farm in the San Fernando Valley.  He remains the only Manson Family member to be paroled.

Davis claimed he was a bystander and had no part in the actual murders, but in recent years admitted his participation.  He was 30 years old at the time he received a life sentence in 1972.

In prison he became a “born-again” Christian and claimed he had changed and was no longer a danger to society.

James Turnage

Columnist-The Guardian Express

4 Responses to "Manson Follower Bruce Davis Sent Back to Prison"

  1. Turner Goldsmith   March 1, 2013 at 7:15 pm

    He gott many years to live more than his victims
    Did the crime , man up do the time.

    Reply
  2. Chris Perugini   March 1, 2013 at 6:48 pm

    Looks like a real dangerous person at 70 years old ..lmfao

    Reply

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