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Manson Scheduled For Arraignment
The Holland Evening Sentinel
|LOS ANGELES (UPI) — An investigation is
being conducted into possible links between the seven
Tate-LaBianca slayings and the Nov. 5 stabbing deaths of
two young Church of Scientology members, police said
The disclosure came as Charles Manson, the pied piper of a hippie cult accused in the Sharon Tate-LaBianca killings was returned here Tuesday night for arraignment on seven murder charges. Manson, 35, who will appear in court Thursday, was brought from Independence, Calif., where he was held on auto theft charge. He wore fringed buckskin clothing and mocassins.
Three other members of "The Manson Family" were to be arraigned today.
Similarities between the three brutal crimes have physical as well as philosophical parallels. Detectives reportedly have been looking into cultism, particularly the pseudo-religious tribe led by the long-haired, bearded Manson and another group called "The Process."
"The Process," an antiestablishment group formed in London which has been known to worship Satan, is an offshoot of the Church of Scientology. Investigators have been struck with parallels between its philosophies and the occultism of Manson, who was known to have dabbled in Scientology and then gone on to more eccentric cultism.
The present investigation according to Det. Lt. Earl Deemer, encompasses the three crimes, but authorities were reportedly looking into links to two other unsolved slayings; " termed senseless, in the Los Angeles area since the beginning of the year.
The bodies of James Sharp, 15 and Doreen Gaul, 19, both recent residents of the Los Angeles area, were found in an alley Nov. 5. The young scientologists had been repeatedly stabbed.
The Church of Scientology is a quasi-scientific organization which advocates the belief man is truly a spirit. Its chief goal is to free the "soul of wisdom." The mystical group uses instrument called an "E-meter," a type of lie detector in its work with its followers.
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