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June 22, 2017

Brian Davis - TLB Radio

In all sincere humbleness, I have to admit I have underestimated the
continued interest in the Tate-LaBianca Radio Program.

While I haven't been "flooded" with messages, I have received quite many
voicemail's, email's and other messages inquiring about the status of the
program in which, I felt I should post a long overdue update for those
interested.

As some know, I suspended our usual Sunday's broadcast last year to go
on "summer break" but upon return, began doing impromptu broadcasts in
lieu of the "official" Sunday programs.

Around Christmas, I decided to end the program but issues with certain
undesirables in the dysfunctional TLB community, an upcoming documentary
on the murders and the desire to finish the program strong kept me going until
April when I decided the final program would be no later than June 5th, 2017.

Obviously and maybe not surprisingly, that didn't happen.

While karma has taken care of my issues with the undesirable's and the
documentary shoot went fairly well, I was not able to put together the final
three or four programs in which I  wanted to finish up with strong.

So at the risk of sounding like one of those old boxers that won't go away and
keeps retiring and unretiring, but also with the urging of others, I have decided to
keep the TLB Radio Program alive at least until the fall when I'll make a final
decision on the final broadcast date.


Hopefully, by that point I will be able to produce the 3-4 quality programs in which
to end it big and closeout 6-years of pursuing the interests, oddities and truth and
the Tate-LaBianca Radio Program.

   Thank you very much for your continued interest and support !
   
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KRENWINKEL PAROLE HEARING: DENIED


June 22, 2017
Patricia Krenwinkel - 2015 - AP
After a six-month continuance, the 14th parole hearing for convicted
Tate-LaBianca murderer Patricia Krenwinkel continued today and
and ended with a 5-year denial.




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D.A. ASKS JUDGE TO DENY VAN HOUTEN; ATTORNEY CONTINUES FIGHT FOR RELEASE OF WATSON TAPES


June 21, 2017

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office has asked a California judge to
deny Leslie Van Houten a hearing regarding her "youthful offender" claim,
meanwhile Van Houten’s attorney continues to pursue release of the
Tex Watson tapes.

Read Full Details at CieloDrive.Com:


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POLANSKI RAPE VICTIM APPEALS TO JUDGE ON BEHALF OF RAPIST POLANSKI


June 9, 2017

Roman Polanski, the widower of murder victim Sharon Tate, drugged and raped
then 13-year old, Samantha Geimer in 1977.

After pleading guilty to unlawful sex with a minor, Polanski spent 42 days in prison
before being released on probation as part of an apparent plea-bargain before
fleeing the United States out of fear that the judge would overrule his deal and
return Polanski to prison.  Polanski has not set foot on American soil since.

Since then the U.S. has tried numerous times to extradite Polanski with no success.

And in Suzan LaBerge fashion for the last couple years the rape victim, Geimer,
has been giving media interviews defending and supporting Polanski.

Last week Geimer stepped up her Polanski love when she appeared in a
Los Angeles court on June 9, asking a judge to drop the case against
Polanski.  The ruling is pending.


Full report from CBS Los Angeles:

 


POLANSKI RAPE CASE REFERENCE


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FINALLY ! THE ROCK...HAS COME BACK...

(ooops, sorry, wrong show, allow me to try again)

FINALLY ! TOM O'NEILL'S BOOK...HAS A RELEASE DATE !


May 25, 2017

The long awaited, anticipated, last hope effort for any legit kernel of new
information about the murders by Tom O'Neill finally has a title and a 
release date.

The book is titled "Chaos: The Secret History Of The 1960's" and is due out in
2019, not coincidentally, synced to the 50th anniversary of the murders.

I'll venture to say most people interested in TLB in 2017 have no idea who
Tom O'Neill is regarding TLB but some of us "old guard" TLB'ers know who
O'Neill is and therefore, realize the legit possibility of greatness for his book. 

  For those who don't know, Tom O'Neill is an investigative journalist having
written for the "Philadelphia Inquirer", "New York Daily News" as well as
a contributing editor at "Us" magazine before tackling the Tate-LaBianca
murders for his book project in 1999-2000.

And while most of us "old guard" used to joke through the years that O'Neill
would never finish his book because of the many consuming rabbit holes one
must jump down, it is quite understandable why it took almost two decades
to complete.

While many in the dysfunctional TLB community masquerade as a
"TLB researcher", O'Neill actually is a TLB researcher and one of the greatest
pieces of information O'Neill brought to light was the much talked about
"Tex Watson Tapes" through his association with Tex Watson's initial
attorney, Bill Boyd.

The following audio conversation between O'Neill and Boyd is the only hint
or clue publicly available as to what might be on those Watson tapes:

Tom O'Neill - Bill Boyd (Source: NBC-Los Angeles)
 
O'Neill also wrote two very good articles about the saga of these tapes:
  
The tapes would never have come to light had it not been for O'Neill, yet ironically,
O'Neill has never been able to hear them due to the Los Angeles
Police Department taking possession of the tapes where they still remain.
Thankfully, the LAPD can't take his book.
Read the O'Neill book release details here from EW Online:
       

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