Last week, the notorious ex-cult leader and mass murder Charles Manson was admitted into the Bakersfield hospital for severe intestinal bleeding. At first, Manson refused any kind of medical care but had a change of heart when his symptoms worsened. The doctors refused to perform a surgical intervention as Manson was too weak to survive. Sources inside the hospital declared that Manson’s days are numbered.
A couple of days ago, Charles Manson, the leader of the Manson Family, a group of runaways of cutthroats who terrorized America during the late sixties, was transferred from the Corcoran State Prison to the Bakersfield Hospital.
For a couple of months, Manson’s state of health declined, culminating with his emergency transport to the hospital after he suffered severe intestinal bleed. As you’d recall, the convicted mass murderer, refused any kind of medical care once he arrived at the hospital, but changed his mind later.
However, upon arriving in the operating room, the surgeons decided not to go through with the procedure, since the convict had a high chance of dying on the surgical table during the intervention. They’ve administered a palliative treatment and ordered the convict to be transported back to the Corcoran State Prison, where Manson has been imprisoned for the last five decades.
Sources from inside the hospital said that Manson’s chances of making a full recovery are negligible, and that the convict has only a few days left to live. Manson, who has reached the venerable age of 80, has had medical issues for some time now.
Before his admission into the Bakersfield Hospital, he was also admitted to another state hospital after feeling ill.
For those of your who don’t know who Charles Manson is, here’s are a few key facts. Charlies Manson, born Charles Milles Maddox, was the leader of a cult called Manson’s family. Manson’s sect terrorized the United States of America at the end of the sixties, after murdering five people in just five weeks.
Oddly enough, Manson’s Family did not end after the leader its members were arrested and trialed in the early 70s. According to the penitentiary where Manson is currently being held, the convict still receives letters from members of an extended Manson Family, people who say that they admire the notorious mass murder who is responsible for the deaths of nine people.
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