One of the notorious Manson family murderers may go free any day now -- and that is sending outrage through the victims' families.
The fate of Bruce Davis, convicted of two murders masterminded by Charles Manson, may rest in the hands of Governor Brown.
A parole board has recommended the release of Davis, who's spent 40 years behind bars, Fox 11 investigative producer Heidi Cuda reports. A spokesman for Brown says they are reviewing the parole
board's recommendation and have about a month to either approve or
reject the decision.
Family of those murdered by Davis say he's a sociopath who is right where he needs to be.
On Monday, in a Fox 11 exclusive, you'll hear an audio tape for the first time from a Manson family attorney who says Charles Manson committed more murders -- murders that he's never been tried for and that might implicate other family members.
Whether or not that tape could affect the outcome of Davis' parole remains to be seen.