Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Here We Go Again... Tex Up for Parole. 
One would hope, this guy has a better chance of getting struck by lightning, than being released.


LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

Hating Tex, seems to be the one and only thing, everyone in TLB-Land can agree on.

Seriously... does anyone like this guy?
Would anyone actually want to see him released... ever???

If so... please seek help. LOL

Mary said...

I read that he didn't attend his last parole hearing in 2006 - should be interesting to see if he shows up for this one

Anonymous said...

His website doesn't get regularly updated this year for the first time ever...

I have been reading his " monthly view" for 4 years. It just started getting behind this last New Year.

Hasn't been updated since August..

He Stopped going to hearings right after his wife left him...

Interesting side-note :

The New Movie out with the youngest Olsen twin-

The cult leaders sidekick is named " Watts"


Let me say simply that this is the very worst of all types of humans. He had every advantage Charlie never had. Every opportunity that Charlie could have asked for growing up. Came from a warm, nurturing home environment...

and still went on the trump every other scumbag in a ranch filled with them...

how is it all the people in that group who you could make so many excuses for landing in a life of crime...

that the one with no excuse ends up being the worst of them all???

There is no hell hot enough, or any devil nasty enough for what this clown deserves...


Anonymous said...

youngest Olsen sister I meant :)

katie8753 said...

Anthony DiMaria, his mother, his sister and of course, Debra Tate will attend the hearing.

Interesting...Watson's attorney is named Cheryl Montgomery.

This parole hearing hasn't been mentioned on the news all day that I've seen. I guess Tex is about as interesting as watching paint dry now.

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

"Watts"... as in "Tex Wattson"? LOL

Let me guess, the cult leader's name is Carly Hanson?
: )

I want to go see that flick over the Thanksgiving break...


Wow Saint... you've been reading Tex's "monthly view" for years?
I have to say, you're well versed (and read) in this arena.
Between that... all your books and movies... and your in-depth study into scientology, it seems you don't miss a whole lot.

I'd be interested in knowing what Tex's "monthly view" article is like...

Does he talk about his past?
Mostly religious teachings?
Prison life?
His (now former) family life?

So, he has a "religious following" outside the prison as well?

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

Hello Mary!

Hope all is well, and good to see you.

katie8753 said...

More horseteeth. LOL;next

Anonymous said...

i love tex...he should be free.

Anonymous said...

just kidding

katie8753 said...

Matt!! HA HA HA.

Anonymous said...

i knew that would give you palpitations katie.

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

"i love tex...he should be free.


That was f#ckin' awesome!

katie8753 said...

Yeah Matt that was pretty good. LOL.

I wonder if the hearing is over yet? I think it started at 11:30 Pacific Time.

How long does it take to tell that sorry sack of sh*t to go back to his cell and pout? HA HA.

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

Wouldn't we all shit if he was approved though... LOL

I'd have to remove Katie from the staff.

katie8753 said...

That would be a real downer if he got out. I'd almost be as upset as I was when the Casey Anthony jury wussed out.

TomG said...


katie8753 said...

Thanks Tom!!!

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

Thanks Tom!
I made a new thread!

Another "Notch" for you, in the "Thread Hall of Fame"!!

You ROCK!!!

MrPoirot said...

"What if" Casey Anthony became Tex Watson's new wife and has 4 kids with him?

katie8753 said...

Mr. P., if baby-killin' Tex hooked up with baby-killin' Casey, I would love to read in the paper that Tex carved "War" on her stomach and left a knife in her throat.

And if I was on his jury for that one....I'd vote not guilty. HA HA.

katie8753 said...

Speaking of Casey, I wonder if she violated her parole yet.

It's just a matter of time. One of the conditions is that you have to tell the truth. LOL.

Anonymous said...

From his website posted in April of 2011 I give you Tex's personal feeling on the Jail system in Cali :

But Who's Listening?

In the early '90s, I wrote an article called "Stop Crime God's Way," addressing the missing factor in our criminal-justice system. God gave us the answer centuries ago, but God's solution for crime is rejected just like His answer is for our personal lives. Listen to the immortal words of Augustine (A.D. 354-430):

"...let your indignation against their crimes be tempered by consideration of humanity: be not provoked by the atrocity of their sinful deeds to gratify the passion of revenge, but rather be moved by the wounds which these deeds have inflicted on their souls to exercise a desire to heal them."

Californians are being forced to listen as their massive-prison population drains the economy. The courts have ruled that prisoners must be released due to inadequate health care. All efforts to reform the criminal population are failing. The authorities are seeing that it takes a power greater than ourselves to fix the problem.
Some Are Listening

In the Los Angeles Times article, "The Time Might Be Right For Kamala Harris," Cathleen Decker reports that Harris, California's next Attorney General, hopes " make the criminal-justice system reform criminals rather than lock them up perpetually." Of course, her job limits her from reducing sentences, but from her bully pulpit, she can call for new approaches to heal the broken justice system.

Our newly elected Attorney General has a 2009 book out called, "Smart on Crime." The Los Angeles Times reports:

"In it, and during her campaign, Harris argued that criminal-justice money is wasted on the "revolving door" that prison has become as 70% of 120,000 convicts released annually end up being caught committing new crimes."

Let us thank God for opening Kamala Harris' eyes to see the "age-old concept of redemption."
The Age-Old Solution

The age-old problem is sin, resulting in crime. Call it what you want, but mankind was never intended to solve his problems without God. Some would dare say, "This is not relevant. It has nothing to do with the crime problems we're facing." To the contrary, it is relevant to do things God's way, which will make a significant difference in the criminal-justice system whether you acknowledge it or not.

Restorative justice is getting back to doing things the way God does things. He created mankind as one big family. It harms everyone when one is hurt or disconnected from the family. As we will see in the next view, restorative justice is based upon love, respect, care, trust, and humility. These values can only be achieved through faith in the amazing grace of God.

If we fail to see the relevance of redemption through the new birth that Christ offers, the crime problem will increase, the victim will lack healing, the offender will lack forgiveness, and the community will lack restoration.

"Now, you can have sincere love for each other as brothers and sisters because you were cleansed from your sins when you accepted the truth of the Good News. So see to it that you really do love each other intensely with all your hearts."5

Anonymous said...

Reading Tex always makes me think of an old Charles Bronson movie where he is just about to shoot a guy, and he notices the guy is wearing a big gold chain, so he asks him :

" so you believe in jesus?"

and the guy about to get shot says " Yes"

So Bronson cocks the trigger and says..

" Good- your going to need him"


Then he blows him away lol