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The Devil’s in the Slide 26 - Time and Motion, The Aftermath

The Devil’s in the Slide 26 - Time and Motion, The Aftermath

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August 10, 1969
Datum: LAPD views the Tate and LaBianca murders as unrelated crimes, and assigns two different detective squads to them.
Significance: This slows down the investigation by months. This is really critical, for as Bugliosi explained, the LaBianca investigative team, led by Lt. Paul LePage, was significantly younger than Tate team, and thus immediately realized that the words scrawled on the walls and on Leno’s stomach came from Beatles lyrics. Because of their knowledge of the Hinman investigation, they also had Manson on a shortlist of twenty suspects, long before the Tate team could connect the dots.
August 10, 1969
Datum: LAPD views the Tate and LaBianca murders as unrelated crimes, and assigns two different detective squads to them.
Significance: This slows down the investigation by months. This is really critical, for as Bugliosi explained, the LaBianca investigative team, led by Lt. Paul LePage, was significantly younger than Tate team, and thus immediately realized that the words scrawled on the walls and on Leno’s stomach came from Beatles lyrics. Because of their knowledge of the Hinman investigation, they also had Manson on a shortlist of twenty suspects, long before the Tate team could connect the dots.

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Tuesday, December 23, 2008The Devil’s in the Slide: Time and Motion, The Aftermath
August 10, 1969Datum:
 A!D vie"s the Tate and a#ianca murders as unrelated crimes, and assi$ns t"o different detective s%uads to them&
Significance:
 This slo"s do"n the investi$ation by months& This is really critical, for as #u$liosi e'(lained, the a#ianca investi$ative team, led by t& !aul e!a$e, "as si$nificantly youn$er than Tate team, and thus immediately reali)ed that the "ords scra"led on the "alls and on eno’s stomach came from #eatles lyrics& #ecause of their *no"led$e of the +inman investi$ation, they also had Manson on a shortlist of t"enty sus(ects, lon$ before the Tate team could connect the dots&
August 1969Datum:
 ul #renner, -arren #eatty and !eter Sellers offer a .2/,000 re"ard for information leadin$ to the arrest and conviction of the murderers of Tate et al&
Significance:
 !aul rassner believed that the e'istence of secret celebrity se' ta(es lay at the heart of nature of the investi$ation and subse%uent cover1u(s& Althou$h the three famous actors "ere o(enly friends of the !olans*is, rassner and others includin$ (rivate and (olice investi$ators feel that their actions "ere motivated more by the (otential dama$e to their careers had these secret ta(es surfaced& 4i$ht a"ay, (olice e'(ressed disa((roval of the re"ard, for it funneled a lot of *oo*s and treasure see*ers into local (olice stations& Since the co(s have to chec* all (ossible leads, this slo"ed do"n the investi$ation even further& The eventual reci(ients of the money: 5eronica +o"ard and 5ir$inia 6raham&
August 15, 1969 Datum:
 Strai$ht Satans raid S(ahn 4anch to reclaim their brother Danny De7arlo, and to destroy the s"ord used by Manson in his assault on +inman&
Significance:
 ne by one the "heels are fallin$ off for Manson& 9ot only has he lost his tic*et to stardom and the control of his floc*, but he’s lost his shoc* troo(s as "ell& The Satans could have also been u(set "ith the untimely demise of their favorite dru$ chef, one 6ary +inman&
August 16, 1969Datum:
 !olice raid S(ahn 4anch, and ta*e t"enty1four (eo(le into custody& Manson and others esca(e to #ar*er 4anch&
Significance:
 Accordin$ to the official story, Manson’s life of crime "as catchin$ u( "ith him& #ut to hear (eo(le li*e De(uty 6uillory tell it, it could also mean that "hoever had "atched out for Manson  before had no further interest in (rotectin$ him from arrest&
August 25, 1969Datum:
 Steve 6ro$an and #ruce Davis murder Shorty Shea&
Significance:
 The evidence for this is over"helmin$, es(ecially since 6ro$an "ould later lead authorities to Shea’s remains& The most li*ely reason for *illin$ Shea "ould be because he "anted to tell authorities about the Tate1a#ianca murders, or other criminal activities $oin$ on&
Early-September 1969Datum:
 #arbara +oyt overhears information about the Shea murder&
Significance:
 +oyt "ould become an im(ortant "itness for the (rosecution, es(ecially since she overheard that the *illers sayin$ that they attac*ed Shea because he *ne" too much about the Tate1a#ianca *illin$s&
 
Octber 1, 1969Datum:
 -atson returned to Te'as&
Significance:
 or "hatever reason, this co"boy considered his 7alifornia "or* done&
Octber 10, 1969Data:
 ; Manson (ic*ed u( in a raid at #ar*er 4anch& 2 -atson, asabian and ren"in*el still at lar$e&
Significance:
 ; This "ould come to constitute Manson’s last moments as a free man& This ends the +elter S*elter era "ithout so much as a sustained *illin$ effort& 2 -atson had left for Te'as, ren"in*el for Alabama, and asabian for 9e" +am(shire& At*ins had already $otten nabbed for the +inman murder&
!"ember 5, 1969Datum:
 Sli((ie 7hristo(her +au$ht found dead&
Significance:
 !olice said this "as a suicide, the result of (layin$ 4ussian 4oulette (oorly& #u$liosi %ui((ed that +au$ht a((arently li*ed lon$ odds, since the $un used "as fully loaded and "i(ed clean of  (rints& <n other "ords, a more reasonable (erson "ould sus(ect that, li*e Shea, +au$ht, and later others, "ould die to *ee( information safe&
!"ember 26, 1969Datum:
 -hile incarcerated at Sybil #rand, At*ins tells everythin$ to fello" inmate 5eronica +o"ard, "ho discusses "hat she learns "ith another inmate, 5ir$inia 6raham&
Significance:
 After three and a half months investi$ation "or*, (olice didn’t lin* the sli((ies to the Tate1a#ianca murders until one of the (artici(ants, At*ins, confessed all& The *illers left behind abundant evidence, "hich included fin$er(rints& Still, it "as "ord of mouth that ultimately crac*ed the case&
!"ember 1969Datum:
 #ruce Davis "ent to =n$land& Des(ite the *no"led$e of #ritish authorities that he’s there, no record of his arrival a((ears in customs documents&
Significance:
 #u$liosi sus(ected that Davis "ent to =n$land s(ecifically to communicate "ith the 7hurch of Scientolo$y and>or the !rocess& #u$liosi also had stron$ sus(icions that "hile there, he murdered ?oel !u$h to ensure his silence&
!"ember 25, 1969Datum:
 #obby #eausoleil trial for the murder of #obby +inman ends in a hun$ @ury&
Significance:
 ac* of notoriety ma*es it harder for @uries to reach a verdict of $uilt&
!"ember #0, 1969Datum:
 -atson ta*en into custody in Te'as&
Significance:
 The e'tradition fi$ht bet"een Te'as and 7alifornia, due to the efforts of Te'as @ud$e David #ro"n, sho"s the *ind of le$al muscle -atson had bac*in$ him u(, es(ecially "hen one thro"s in hi$h1 (o"ered attorneys -alshin and Deoach from 7alifornia& ne "ould have to "onder "hy this sort of All1American1*id1$one1to1seed merited the le$al red car(et treatment&
December 1, 1969Data:
 ; ?oel !u$h found dead in ondon hotel& 2 ren"in*el arrested in Alabama&
Significance:
 ; Althou$h officially ruled a suicide, #u$liosi stron$ly sus(ected foul (lay in !u$h’s death, the (ur(ose of "hich "as to ensure his silence on matters relatin$ to the familyB and (ossible  beliefs& 4eadin$ bet"een the lines, ho"ever, one mi$ht sus(ect that Davis and other mi$ht have "anted
 
to ensure !u$h’s silence vis1C1vis the relationshi( bet"een Manson and #ritish occultists& 2 ren"in*el and asabians arrest and e'tradition didnt feature nearly the dramatics of Te' -atsons&
December 2, 1969Datum:
 asabian arrested in 7oncord, 9+
Significance:
 The le$al (rocess continues&
December $, 1969Datum:
 At*ins a$rees to a deal "ith (rosecution&
Significance:
 That the (rosecution "illin$ly dealt "ith her indicates that their case a$ainst Manson "asn’t very stron$ at that (oint& And des(ite her (rofessed love for 7harlie, she "ould be ha((y to sell him out in a (lea deal& Mi$ht this indicate that her true loyalty "asn’t "ith Manson, but rather, another $uy named 7harlieE
19%0Data:
 ; Sometime durin$ the trial, someone (ut u( !aul -at*ins in an e'(ensive os An$eles hotel "here he tal*ed "ith a Mafia attorney& 2 7ol& !aul Tate, Sharon’s father, $oes undercover to find evidence that "ill hel( convict Manson&
Significance:
 ; or some reason, the Mob had an interest in this case& 2 As a career intelli$ence officer, 7ol& Tate (osed as a hi((ie, traversin$ about the counterculture in an effort to find out more about Manson to (resent to #u$liosi& f course, Manson "asn’t (art of the counterculture& So "hatever he found out didn’t ma*e it into the (rosecutor’s case&
&ebruary 20, 19%0Datum:
 #ruce Davis arrested on auto theft char$es&
Significance:
 Authorities had yet to connect him "ith Shea murder& 9evertheless, some of the ille$al activities at various Manson hideouts "ere be$innin$ to unravel&
'ay 19%0Datum:
 #eausoleil (etitions for a ne" trial based on a ne" affidavit from Mary #runner, in "hich she admits to (er@urin$ herself& #runner chan$es her story constantly on the stand, and the @ud$e dismisses her testimony&
Significance:
 This demonstrates the inde(endence of #eausoleil in contrast to the (ossible submission of #runner& +ere, it’s difficult to determine "hether #runner’s sim(ly chan$in$ her story out of fear of Manson’s retribution, or if she refused to $o alon$ "ith #eausoleil’s (lans to have her (er@ure her testimony&
(uly 2$, 19%0Datum:
 Manson>At*ins>ren"in*el>5an +ousten trial be$ins&
Significance:
 The conduct of the trial, or more accurately the conduct of the defendants durin$ the trial, really cemented the im(ression of Manson and his follo"ersB as demented& The fact that Manson and the other defendants s(ea* li*e those in the counterculture further stren$thened the association bet"een the sli((ies and hi((ies&
September $, 19%0Datum:
 7harlene 7afrit), a "oman associated "ith both the sli((ies and Sharon Tate died of  (henonembutol (oisonin$&
Significance:
 7afrit), "ho re(ortedly attended Tate’s funeral, and also donated to Manson’s defense fund, came from a blueblood -ashin$ton amily& She "as (art of the 7ass =lliot circle of friends& <n

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