The murder trial of Charles Manson made Vincent Bugliosi a household name worldwide. He died last night of cancer at the age of 80. It was 1969 and Bugliosi had only been Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles for five years when the Manson Family shot, stabbed and hung the movie actress Sharon Tate and five other people in the Hollywood Hills. Later the same night in Los Feliz, they tortured and killed Leno and Rosemary LaBianca in the couple’s home. After they were convicted, Bugliosi was surrounded by a familiar crowd of reporters. As the Associated Press special correspondent who covered that blockbuster story, Linda Deutsch was there that day.