‘It’s Just A Matter Of Time’: Brutal Karma Comes For Charles Manson — It Doesn’t Look Good

Notorious serial killer Charles Manson is in a world of hurt today. Nearly five decades since the deranged sociopath was found responsible for the murders innocent people, brutal karma has finally come for him. Now, “it’s just a matter of time,” according to one source who is close to the situation.

In this handout photo from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Charles Manson, 74, poses for a photo on March 18, 2009, at California State Prison, Corcoran (left); A prison cell (right) (Photo Credit: California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation/Getty Images News/Getty Images, Sacramento Bee/Tribune News Service/Getty Images)

Manson is currently serving nine consecutive life sentences at California State Prison, Corcoran, where he has been the most infamous inmate for quite some time. However, that may be changing soon, as his failing health appears to indicate that the end is near for the convicted mass murderer, who was found guilty for his involvement in the death of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others.

In August 1969, Manson led some of his followers to kill Tate and four others at a Hollywood Hills home. They killed two additional victims the next night a few miles away.

The Manson Family reign of terror continued over the next five weeks after Manson convinced his followers they were destined to start an apocalyptic race war from which they would emerge victorious.

His followers were later implicated in numerous other crimes, including an attempt to assassinate then-President Gerald Ford. [Source: Inside Edition]

In recent months, Manson has experienced various health issues which were bad enough that he had to be sent for treatment outside of the prison health clinic. At one point, he needed surgery, but he was too weak to undergo it and has been forced to live with his conditions ever since.

In this handout photo from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Charles Manson, 74, poses for a photo on March 18, 2009, at California State Prison, Corcoran. Manson is serving a life sentence for conspiring to murder seven people during the “Manson family” killings in 1969. This picture was taken as a regular update of the prison’s files. (Photo Credit: California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation/Getty Images News/Getty Images)

This week, Manson was transported from the prison to a nearby hospital once again for treatment. However, this time, it looks as though he will not recover. Indeed, it seems that Manson is near death, so much so that he will likely pass away at the hospital at any moment, never to return to the prison cell that he has called home for decades.

Charles Manson is in the hospital and, as one source familiar with his situation tells TMZ, “it’s not going to get any better for him.”

We’re told Manson was rushed to a Bakersfield hospital 3 days ago, and has been wheeled around on a gurney for various treatments … escorted by 5 uniformed cops.

We’re told the 83-year-old Manson, who lays still covered in blankets, looks ashen.

Our sources say Manson’s health has been steadily deteriorating and, as it was put to us, “It’s just a matter of time.”

Manson had serious health issues back in January as well, when he was hospitalized for severe intestinal bleeding and needed surgery to repair a lesion … but was deemed too weak by doctors and sent back to prison. [Source: TMZ]

We will be waiting in anticipation for the news that Charles Manson has died. It is high time for this sicko to meet his maker. The decades he has spent behind bars will be nothing compared to the fiery hell he will burn in for the rest of eternity. He deserves every bit of anguish he will be made to endure as he is faced with eternal damnation in the fiery pits of hell.

How much taxpayer money has been wasted keeping this monster alive? When our government gives the death penalty as a sentence, which is what Manson was given before liberal California abolished it, it should be just that — a death sentence. If karma comes for the criminal before the penalty is inflicted, I say nature should be allowed to take its course.

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