Patricia Krenwinkel Essay

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“I know that I am a destroyer of the most precious thing, which is life”. This quote was from Patricia Krenwinkel. Patricia Krenwinkel had an important role in the Manson trials because she stabbed Abigail Folger countless of times and then later on she stabbed Rosemary LaBianca with a carving fork to death. She was found guilty of murder and they gave her the death sentenced, but the judge overruled it so she got life in prison. It has been 46 years since the murder of the Manson family. They put x on their heads like Manson made during the trials, sung the songs that Manson wrote with their arms locked and also shaved their hair off because Manson told them.
Patricia Krenwinkel was born on December 3, 1947, in Los Angeles, California and …show more content…

There were four people in the house were murdered and Krenwinkel stabbed Abigail Folger countless of times. The next night Krenwinkel stabbed Rosemary LaBianca to death with a carving fork and stuck it in her husband's body. She then wrote “DEATH TO PIGS” on the walls with the victim's blood. Then two months later Krenwinkel was arrested in Alabama. Her role in the murder was to round up everyone in the house, including the eight-months pregnant Sharon …show more content…

She is still in prison at the age of 67. Patricia Krenwinkel has had 13 parole hearing and had been all denied and she can have another parole hearing in 7 more years. Patricia Krenwinkel has changed, she says “I'm just haunted each and every day by the unending suffering my participation in the murder has caused the family and friends of my victims”. Her role in prison is to help prisoners learn how to read.krenwinkel has a perfect prison record, not once has she received a write-up. She is active with many prison programs such as an Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous. Patricia writes poetry and music, she loves to play the guitar and is very athletic she is on the volleyball team as well she gives dance lessons to the

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