Who do you think is the most famous criminal (inmate) alive today?
I'm just curious to see if I'm the only one here with a sort of tunnel vision. I mean, the person I'm thinking of is so infamous, he's practically a literary device or synonym for "bad guy" or evil or what have you. Wondering if folks a decade or two older than I might have another person in mind.
I may be a decade or two older than you ....I don't know but, to me, Manson still has to be the most famous criminal alive. Probably the same one you are thinking of.
Yep... just didn't know if maybe an even more notorious criminal lives today who maybe did his crime(s) before I was born. Then again, I think that does apply to Mr. "helter skelter", too.
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