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-- -- segment tonight tell hot topics including Colorado's upcoming trip to Afghanistan.
This will be his eleventh time -- -- since nine elevenths.
But first one of the most infamous serial killers of our time Charles Manson up for parole again this week for the twelfth time.
Nobody thinks he has a chance to getting out I really think he thinks the other games he doesn't even plan to show up but they hear.
Manson -- nine people back in 1960 not nearly twenty years later.
Geraldo Rivera confronted him in an epic jailhouse interview.
You think I'll still be -- if found guilty of anything.
And our media still be ahead of me straightaway and yeah I do I look like I'm guilty about anything you look more guilty about it when -- have a look and I'm like really nationwide Santana wants the guys that China may need you as impossible.
What you do -- you create a legend.
-- create a beast you're creating whatever you are judging yourself with into -- -- Manson and that's not me at all.
-- -- -- -- -- -- My heroes.
Were Brunette then you look at it I'm not a putt you -- me a new look and act.
And when you look them in the you call them a -- you could you call my job I'm marrying a mass -- adult.
Because it is -- mass murder dog I mean he is a fascinating character I mean he has that magnetic.
But -- personality in the way I suspect -- probably had a magnetic personality OK so so okay parole officer you're Charles Manson make the case.
-- Java while district to -- worth about that.
I don't disrespect you take your rights should give you might happen right you can't fool me you can't trick me I didn't have nothing to do kill those people period I tell you all the way down my lot of it was an around anyone when they do kill.
I'm not they have not capable of doing it myself but I'm saying this I didn't do that I could prevent a court of law that's what he testified to in 1997 the last time.
He personally appear before the world now you have you being right there in the room with Charles Manson do you have any sense of mercy.
For a man who's getting older and made giant Angel I don't care it's a perfect place for him to die it would have been better off if they executed him before the.
United -- record declared det penalty temporarily unconstitutional in 1972 he richly deserved to die.
A mass murder that still up next the way people live it created the private security business so paranoid -- people on the westside of Los Angeles for example.
He manipulated the lives of these upper middle class kids and they got them to commit barbaric acts that takes Sharon Tate the actress -- upside down and slid her pregnant belly.
You know into edited and to do other atrocities on the other -- where you -- I'm seeing you in the room right there problem.
Were you scared he said a funny thing he said you know stuff that if I don't like put this -- it turns out I had -- -- you know you're gonna get your head handed to your -- in a basket.
And I said Charlie if anything happens to me I'm gonna have the Mexicans -- here what you want fire again.
Because he would -- the Harry the Aryan Nations and some Mexican guys stick because some lighter fluid -- his Zippo lighter and sprayed and burned him like threaten them right back you know they aren't saying quit he's a big -- he's not -- mourns the facility.
But he is when you stare evil in the face -- As I've done time and time again -- you've got to do is to really check them out and see that they are just empty wind bags he may have mesmerized.
The -- kids who came under this way in in 1969.
But not -- street guy and I can tell a rap and the rhetoric and I saw right through him and you know he is.
You know he has.
The fascination with Manson and these murders like figured it out why -- -- that kids even today are buying these teachers that they still fascinated with that it's because he didn't do it himself.
But he got these kids to do it for him and to reduce the -- Now he is six.
-- okay but the thing of it is with Charlie Manson now he's alleged.
Is there any way that you wanna go back and talk to.
Mean I don't have much to say we had an epic conversation and it lasted half a day again we're I -- that I had enough for the talk about staring evil bam you're going back to Afghanistan.
Everybody in this building wants -- know why are you going back for the twelfth when you put yourself in mistress what's your wife have to say about the I'm glad that you -- you asked me that because you know she asked the why question and ever went since then has asked me the one question.
And you know it's.
Afghanistan is over in the minds of most Americans we want.
To be out of there you know we just want.
Not to wait to 2014 but to get all the troops back and end this war now -- Osama bin Laden was killed that was the end of an emotionally for everybody.
But we still have 90000.
People there in their family to me.
And I don't want them to be forgotten and I promised them I'd go back I'm going back and -- -- -- with the unit of the 82 airborne for instance I was with them in 2003.
When war broke out in Iraq.
You know I was with them in Afghanistan and I promise these people yeah I met them when they were -- now that when I -- time to look okay let.
Have a personal conversation forget -- -- I'm telling you right now this week we have seen Americans killed in fact we've seen Afghan soldiers killed.
In what is continues to be a turbulent situation you know about the recent massacre committed.
Apparently allegedly by an American sergeant -- isn't a bad situation -- why.
Well you know we had three Americans killed in that suicide bombing we had the -- we have to watch did you know the I.
I allies there is dangerous to us now is the enemy but I have to be with the with the people -- -- with your.
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