And, while Stanhope might have mentioned this in passing via a MySpace status nearly a year ago, as the anniversary of the murders looms UMOA is pointing its finger at child-nailing filmmaker Roman Polanski.
Polanski was married to the Tate half of the Tate/LaBianca comedy team in 1969. Long believed to have actually been Larry Tate of McMahon and Tate Advertising, actress Sharon Tate recently came out, saying it was she who was actually murdered on that hot California summer night.
But where was Polanski? Filming his bloody horror movie Rosemary’s Baby? No, that came out in ’68. Polanski has no alibi. He was conveniently unmurdered in this epic battle, the one in which when you get to the bottom you go back to the top of the slide, then you stop and you turn and you go for a ride, then you get to the bottom and I see you again.
Experts even say Polanski may have confessed his part in the crime in his 2002 slapstick farce The Pianist, in which famed ivory tickler Wladyslaw Szpilman plays the Beatles’ “Martha My Dear” throughout the film until Hitler says, “Enough!” and shoots him in the head. “Martha My Dear,” historians say, was a song included on the Beatles’ White Album, the album which told Charles Manson to kill Sharon Tate and her unborn baby. Coincidence, considering the Satanic film he directed the year before? I submit to you – Uh uh!
Was Manson just a lousy excapegoat? A patsy controlled by Polanski? And what about Squeaky Fromme? Did she actually squeak when you pressed her pretty little head? We may never know, as Polanski has been in exile since having the sexual relations with 13-year-old Samantha Geimer in 1977, yet continuing to produce film after film.
Will Polanski ever be brought to justice? Did he perhaps commit even more murders? Stay tuned for this reporter’s follow-up exposé, “The JFK Assassination: Polanski Did It!”