“It’s a little rough for me right now.”
Charles Manson’s last surviving relative, his grandson, expressed deep regrets at the old criminal’s demise. Manson died behind bars, like a criminal. It was an ignoble death for a man with such a massive ego.
Jason Freeman, the only child of Manson’s son, told reporters that he had been trying to see his grandfather for months.
“It was hard because I didn’t get to see my grandfather before he passed, and that’s something I’ve been working really hard at during this last year… There’s no one else out there related to my grandpa, so it’s all on my head.”
Manson is one of the most infamous monsters in American history, His lurid charisma tricked young people into murdering innocents, including pregnant Hollywood actress Sharon Tate.
Freeman doesn’t care about Manson’s guilt.
“Anybody with a kind heart and a gentle soul would want to see their parents or grandparents at their worst states in life, I just want to visit my grandfather while he’s in the hospital before it’s too late,” Freeman said.
“I love people even if they do me wrong or if they’ve done things wrong in their lives, I believe in forgiveness.”
People without a familial connection to Manson are less choked about his death. His crimes were brutal and unforgivable. He led multiple people into perdition. The grim murders captured American attention a long time ago, and never let up.
Manson became more and more offensive throughout his prison career.
(Source: New York Post)