Susan Atkins with her lawyer, Richard Caballero, outside County
Jail, apparently for a visit with Charles
Manson. Photo is taken in
a parking lot, with several other photographers in the background.
Steve Grogan (left) of the Shorty Shea murder case is taken from
court at the Hall of Justice
on September 2, 1971.
Susan Atkins with her lawyer, Richard Caballero, arrive at County
for a visit with Charles Manson.
Susan Atkins, guarded by County Jail matron and deputy sheriffs,
enters Santa Monica Superior
Court Building for plea hearing in the
Gary Hineman murder case. Susan had been sent by
with Bobby Beusoleil to Gary's house to get some money Gary had
supposedly inherited. They stayed with Gary two days, then he was
Charles Manson follower Steve Grogan on December 23, 1971, when he
was sentenced to life in prison.
Charles Manson on March 12, 1971, now without beard and with a
swastika on his forehead.
Susan Atkins with her lawyer, Richard Caballero. Richard Caballero
was appointed to represent Susan
in the Gary Hineman murder case.
Richard Caballero also represented Susan on the Tate-LaBianca
Shown here in the courtroom, Caballero says that Susan was at the
Tate LaBianca murder
scenes, but claims she was under a "hypnotic
Thomas Walleman, aka, T. J., was a reluctant witness. He'd never
completely broken with the Family.
He'd drift away, and drift back.
He seemed attracted by the easy life style, repelled by the memory
of the night he saw Manson shoot Bernard Crowe. Walleman accompanied
Manson on at least two
murder missions and the prosecution used him
as a witness to prove that Manson could kill.
Two Manson followers, their hair cut, on their way to court.
Three of the followers of Charles Manson, with an X on their
foreheads, in police vehicle.