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In an extraordinary interview, in which he revealed what was like growing up as the son of America's most notorious cult leader, Michael Brunner praised his father and said that Manson & # 39; was not the monster described by the mass media & # 39 ; (Brunner is pictured in 1993)

& # 39; My father was not a mass-killing dog & # 39 ;: the son of the notorious cult leader Charles Manson defending his father in his first interview in 26 years, claiming that the media was disproportionate & # 39; have blown up

  • Michael Brunner, 51, has given his first interview since 1993 to defend his father
  • His father, Charles Manson, was the head of a cult that killed nine in 1969
  • But the notorious crimes were blown out of proportion according to Brunner & # 39;
  • & # 39; I would say that 95% of the public looks at Charlie as this mass-killing dog, and it is clearly not true, & # 39; said Brunner. & # 39; He did not necessarily kill & # 39;
  • & # 39; I think the audience has gotten some untruths, and this whole thing has been glorified and strengthened and blown out of proportion & # 39 ;, Brunner said early July.
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Charles Manson was not the & # 39; mass-killing dog & # 39; he was pictured, says the murderer's 51-year-old son who spoke out for the first time in 26 years.

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In an extraordinary interview, in which he revealed what was like growing up as the son of America's most notorious cult leader, Michael Brunner praised his father and said that Manson & # 39; was not the monster described by the mass media & # 39 ;

& # 39; I would say that 95% of the audience looks at Charlie as this mass-killing dog, and it's really, of course, just not true & # 39 ;, Brunner said. The LA Times. & # 39; He did not necessarily kill. & # 39;

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In an extraordinary interview, in which he revealed what was like growing up as the son of America's most notorious cult leader, Michael Brunner praised his father and said that Manson & # 39; was not the monster described by the mass media & # 39 ; (Brunner is pictured in 1993)

In an extraordinary interview, in which he revealed what was like growing up as the son of America's most notorious cult leader, Michael Brunner praised his father and said that Manson & # 39; was not the monster described by the mass media & # 39 ; (Brunner is pictured in 1993)

Charles Manson, 1970
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Charles Manson, 1970

Charles Manson, 2017

Charles Manson, 2017

Manson was imprisoned for life for his conspiracy to fuel a racial war by ordering the brutal murders of nine people, including a heavily pregnant woman, who would be blamed on the Black Panthers

Brunner, born Valentine Michael Manson, aka Sunstone Hawk or Pooh Bear, was raised by his maternal grandparents who adopted him and changed his name before his ninth birthday.

Despite rejecting repeated attempts by his father to make contact for Manson & # 39; s death in 2017, Brunner, who refers to his father during the interview as & # 39; Charlie & # 39 ;, claims the murders his father ordered gave up a fake story.

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& # 39; I think the audience has gotten some untruths, and this whole thing has been glorified and glorified and blown out of proportion & # 39 ;, said Brunner.

Ik I mean, do we believe in brainwashed zombies that kill people?

Mary Brunner, of the Manson family, charged with murder

Mary Brunner, of the Manson family, charged with murder

Charles Manson, 1970

Charles Manson, 1970

His loyal followers, including Mary Brunner (left), who is the mother of Michael Brunner, committed the murders at four locations in California. The displaced bodies were discovered by the police and led to one of the most talked about murder processes in history

Part of his motive would be a hidden message in the Beatles' song Helter Skelter from their 1986 White Album, which he believed was predicting a race war
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Part of his motive would be a hidden message in the Beatles' song Helter Skelter from their 1986 White Album, which he believed was predicting a race war

Part of his motive would be a hidden message in the Beatles' song Helter Skelter from their 1986 White Album, which he believed was predicting a race war

& # 39; … Did (Manson) order these crimes? I don't think he did that. I believe it was something that was made afterwards. This & # 39; Helter Skelter & # 39; thing, if you look at it deeply, it's not very logical. & # 39;

Manson was imprisoned for life for his conspiracy to fuel a racial war by ordering the cruel murders of nine people, including a heavily pregnant woman, to blame the Black Panthers.

His loyal followers committed the murders at four locations in California. The displaced bodies were discovered by the police and led to one of the most talked about murder processes in history.

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Part of his motive would be a hidden message in the Beatles' song Helter Skelter from their 1986 White Album, which he believed was predicting a race war.

By the time Manson and his & # 39; family & # 39; sentenced to death, young Brunner lived with his grandparents in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

They gave me what I needed to survive and thrive, and pushed me through school and pushed me through sports and made me do the right thing. & # 39;

When his adoption became official in 1976, his grandparents, whom he & # 39; threw mum and dad & # 39; called him a party and all the neighbors who came brought gifts.

It was like having an & # 39; extra birthday & # 39; he said. & # 39; I think they wanted to get rid of the Manson name because of school and to make me a little more normal, & # 39; he said.

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& # 39; You know, so I wasn't bothered or bullied or something, which didn't happen much.

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