Manson Is Now A Model Inmate Because Of Health Issues And Age
Charles Manson hasn’t had any disciplinary write-ups since February, 2016 when he was found to be in possession of a cell phone. Before then, he had a steady record of discipline issues. Since being locked up for the Tate-Labianca murders in 1969, Manson has gotten in trouble over 100 times.
It’s hard to be a bad boy when you’re 83 years old. I imagine it’s hard to do much of anything when you’re that old. TMZ posted a list of some of his most noteworthy infractions since being locked up.
October 1972 — refused to shave
July 1973 — assault on staff
January 1975 — spitting and threatening staff
June 1977 — Striking an officer
July 1978 — Assault on correctional officer
July 1985 — Possession of a hacksaw blade
July 1993 — Possession of a stabbing instrument
Sept. 1995 — Threatening to kill a police officer
April 1983 — Possession of marijuana
April 1995 — Trafficking narcotics
June 2015 — Refusal to provide urine sample
February 1993 — Assault and battery on non-prisoner
March 1999 — Battery on an inmate with weapon
December 2003 — Possession of a deadly weapon
June 2009 — Possession of a wrist watch
It has been 20 months since Charles Manson’s last infraction, and it may have been his last slip-up. Maybe he will start feeling better so he can annoy the corrections officers at least one more time before he leaves this universe. Just because Manson is now a model inmate, that doesn’t mean that he can’t change his ways again and go out with a bang.