From Ryan Parry and Hugo Daniel's 12-9-20 DAILY MAIL article entitled "Granddaughter of Manson Family Victim Rosemary LaBianca Is Brutally Stabbed to Death and Found 'in a Pool of Blood in Her Bed' in a Chilling Repeat of the Infamous Murders 51 Years Ago":
The granddaughter of Manson family victim Rosemary LaBianca has been brutally stabbed to death in a chilling repeat of the infamous murders 51 years ago, DailyMail.com can reveal.
Ariana Wolk, daughter of Rosemary's daughter Suzan LaBerge, was found murdered in a Denver, Colorado apartment back in July.
Single mom-of-one Ariana, 40, was discovered 'in a pool of blood in her bed' after being stabbed multiple times in the neck, Denver District Attorney's office said.
Jose Sandoval-Romero, 24, has been charged with her murder, apparently confessing to the crime when cops caught him four days later.
The DA's office said: 'During his interview with law enforcement, Sandoval-Romero admitted that he had stabbed Ms. Wolk, fled the scene, and discarded his bloody clothes before fleeing to Colorado Springs.'
According to an affidavit for Sandoval-Romero's arrest released by the DA a post-mortem found Ariana had 'several stab wounds to her neck and apparent defensive stab wounds to her arms and hands' indicating she put up a fight against her attacker.
The brutal murder is chillingly similar to that of Ariana's grandmother Rosemary who was killed with her husband Leno in their Los Feliz, Los Angeles home on August 10, 1969 by Charles Manson and three of his followers.
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On a related note... in Chapter One of my first book, Cryptoscatology: Conspiracy Theory as Art Form, I wrote the following about the late Mae Brussell (1922-1988), sometimes referred to as "the Queen of Conspiracies":
Brussell’s skills as a political researcher were beyond reproach. Brussell wrote about Watergate before The Washington Post. I refer interested researchers to the compilation The Essential Mae Brussell, released by Feral House in 2014, if you wish to judge Brussell’s reportage for yourself. As famed investigative journalist Seymour Hersh once said of Brussell, “She’s crazy, but she’s right.”
If you would like to know more about Brussell and her groundbreaking work, I recommend listening to a pair of her radio broadcasts about Charles Manson and his followers: