Every now and then, life provides us with an interesting sort of symmetry.
Last week, Susan Atkins, one of the female disciples of Charles Manson, died in prison - four decades after vivisecting a nine-months pregnant Sharon Tate. A few days later, Tate's husband at the time, Roman Polanski, was intercepted in Switzerland and held on a U.S. warrant more than three decades after becoming a fugitive.
The ironies abound.
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