Manson Family Found Guilty — But Did Charlie Actually Kill Anyone?

January 25, 1971 stands as the date when the Manson Family officially went down. It was on that day that a Los Angeles court convicted homicidal hippie cult leader Charles Manson and three of his female followers — Susan Atkins, 22; Patricia Krenwinkel, 23; and Leslie Van Houten, 21 — on multiple counts of murder and conspiracy to commit murder for the two-night Tate-LaBianca massacres of August 1969.