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Charles Manson Granted Parole - Internet Hoax

The hoax below, which claims that Charles Manson was granted parole, is another reason why you should always use popular and reputable news websites as your source of information. Charles Manson, one of the most famous killers in the American prison system, was NOT granted parole. This hoax was reported by fake news or satirical website,www.empirenews.net.
Charles Manson Granted Parole -  Internet Hoax
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Charles Manson Granted Parole - Internet Hoax


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Charles Manson Granted Parole -  Internet Hoax

The hoax below, which claims that Charles Manson was granted parole, is another reason why you should always use popular and reputable news websites as your source of information. Charles Manson, one of the most famous killers in the American prison system, was NOT granted parole. This hoax was reported by fake news or satirical website,www.empirenews.net.

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The Internet Hoax: Charles Manson Granted Parole

The Internet Hoax: Charles Manson Granted Parole

Charles Manson Granted Parole

EMPIRENEWS.net

One of the most famous killers in the American prison system will soon be walking free. On Tuesday Charles Manson, who is now 79 years old, was granted parole by the California Board of Parole and authorized by California Governor Jerry Brown

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