It is common to fight over family wealth after a death. But to Manson’s “family,” it is more than wealth. The law must decide who can claim Manson’s corpse.
Charles Manson’s body is being claimed by Freeman, Channels and another person who was Manson’s pen pal and lives in Illinois. In addition to the above, there are still two men who claim to be the genetic sons of Manson, according to the Kern County Attorney.
The Case of Manson’s Corpse VS The Courts
The case is scheduled to be heard on January 8, 2018 in Los Angeles Superior Court. Whoever “wins” would carry not only the body home but also inherit Manson’s estate.
State law requires the remains of Manson be claimed within 10 days or else prison officials take the mandate of burying Manson’s corpse or cremate it. California state officials will hold the body until the matter is resolved in accordance with the law.
The Madness of Charles Manson’s Will
Channels’ will was declined after he filed the claim in 2002. This was due to the paperwork being filed in the wrong county. This has opened doors for Manson’s grandson to fight over his grandfather’s property together with the body.
The will seemed suspicious to Alan David who is Freeman’s Attorney. This is because of the situation Manson was in during the signing of the will. Regardless of the will stating that Manson disinherited his known sons and unknown sons, the fight over his property is open to his grandchildren.
Jason Freeman can as well argue out his claims of the body and properties in court come January 8, 2018. All eyes will be on the judges as they make this crucial decision as Manson’s legal issues come to a halt.
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