Manson Family’s horrific crimes were ‘CIA drug plot to create perfect assassins’

The Manson Family's horrific crimes and murders were allegedly part of a CIA drug plot to create the perfect assassins, a researcher has sensationally claimed.

Wild speculation from Tom O'Neill has seen the writer pin the CIA to funding and instigating the horrific actions of the Manson Family, who murdered Leno and Rosemary LaBianca on this day in 1969.

He believed their involvement was part of a ploy to create the perfect assassin, a role which saw the likes of Charles Manson and Mary Brunner carry out horrific crimes throughout the 1960s and 1970s.

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Mr O'Neill's 500 page tome on the link between the Manson cult and US intelligence agency raised several questions about the blur between "fact and fiction".

He said at the time of his book publication: "What do I think really happened? The plain answer is I don't know.

"I haven’t found the truth, much as I wish I could say I have. My goal isn’t to say what did happen — it’s to prove that the official story didn’t."

The Manson Family carried out a series of brutal crimes throughout the late 1960s, including the massacre of Leno and Rosemary LaBianca with a bayonet, used to stab Leno 12 times.

Members of the Manson family were then instructed to write "Rise" and "Death to pigs" with their victims' blood.

An article published in The Guardian also referred to the CIA funded assassins, which alleged the government agency was using unknowing hippies in a secret training course.

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"There’s the CIA, hoping to use unwitting hippies in San Francisco to study the effects of LSD," it read, and the crossover with Manson questioned if head of the family Charles was using the same tests on his group."

It continued: "Back in Los Angeles, did Manson employ the same methods to programme his murderous surrogates?

"Manson, a wannabe rock star, supplied groupies to the revellers in exchange for a promised recording contract with a label Melcher managed for his mother."

Despite the presumed links dragged up by O'Neill's work, there is little chance of confirming it due to the death of Charles Manson back in 2017.

An article from the Washington Post read: "It is unlikely that history will ever penetrate the remaining mysteries surrounding the grisly events that summer of 1969."

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