Charles Manson's last will and confirmation is presently recorded in court, and it was a surge work intended to give Manson's pen a chance to buddy get guardianship of the executioner's body ASAP ... TMZ has learned.
Michael Channels reveals to us he recorded the 2002 doc Tuesday in probate court, despite the fact that he had 30 days to do as such after Manson's Nov. 19 passing. Channels says he chose to record rapidly however in light of the fact that the province of California will just give him a chance to give orders on where Manson's carcass goes ... once the court assigns him agent of the will.
The documenting could trigger something unique - challenges from Manson's blood relatives. As we revealed, Channels' association is only long-term friend through correspondence, yet the way things are ... Manson's left everything to him. Under CA law, Manson's kinfolk now have 120 days to challenge the will.
Channels says he needs to get Manson's body to a memorial service home, right now ... along these lines, he can incinerate him and plan an administration.