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The California Supreme Court denied a request Wednesday to hold a hearing in the parole case of Leslie Van Houten who, as a follower of cult leader Charles Manson, took part in one of the most notorious mass murders of the 20th century.Manson, who is also serving a life sentence, directed Van Houten and his other mostly young, female followers -- known as the Manson Family -- to murder seven people in August 1969 in what prosecutors said was part of a plan to incite a race war between whites and blacks.Van Houten was not involved in the Tate murders.
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