Bruce Davis, convicted murderer and Manson family member, being
two gentlemen possibly outside the courtroom.
Bruce Davis with Deputy Bob Vuczera.
Bruce Davis sitting in a courtroom. Other Manson family members in
Vincent Bugliosi, prosecutor in the Manson trial, and Daye Shinn and
defense attorneys. Photo dated November 27, 1972.
Susan Atkins with her lawyer, District attorney, Richard Caballero.
Richard Caballero was appointed
to represent Susan in the Gary
Hineman murder case. Richard Caballero also represented Susan on
Tate-LaBianca case. Shown here in the courtroom, during arraignment
in Santa Monica Court.
Manson girls were cheerful before verdict was announced. From left
the right are:
Susan Atkins, Patricia Krenwinkel and Leslie Van
Houten as the walk to court.
Terry Melcher on August 23, 1971, and a deputy sheriff in court.
Glen Krell, owner of a Santa Monica music studio and employer of
Gary Hinman, murder victim.
Krell is shown as he appeared at court
August 4, 1971, as the first witness of the trial of
for the murder of Hinman at age 34.
Following announcement of the death penalty for Charles Manson and
three girls, these Manson
clan members protest with a drawing
exhorting the white race to "get theirselves together"
increasing Chicano and black power.
Steve Grogan was 23 years old when he was arrested in connection
with the LaBianca murders.
He was placed on trial and found guilty.
He is currently serving a life sentence.
He is shown here in custody
during the Tate murder trial.