Paige Elmore From Reverie True Crime returns for Part Two on our series on Tom O’Brian’s book, “Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties.” This time, Paige and Eric Fisk discuss specific aspects of Vincent Bugliosi, the prosecutor for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office in the infamous case against Charles Manson and the other members of his cult convicted for the Tate–LaBiancamurders of August 9–10, 1969.

Who was Vincent Bugliosi, really? And why does author Tom O’Neil believe that he was a tainted prosecutor? How was Mr. Bugliosi compromised? What aspect of his personal life made him a horrible choice to prosecute what was known as “The Trial Of The Century?”

And what about the conspiracy theory that Bugliosi was assigned to this case specifically to try the case in such a specific manner as to hide the Hollywood Elite and Law Enforcement members involved with Charles Manson? Was Mr. Bugliosi helping the CIA and FBI cover up the fact that Manson was an informant or test subject for MKULTRA?

A special note to our listeners, we apologize for the slight sound of a fan and air filtration device in the background; we were trying to remove the smell of smoke that still lingered after a suspicious fire from the previous week.

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