MARILYN MANSON has dismissed a judge's suggestion that his work influenced the killer of 14-year-old Scottish schoolgirl Jodi Jones.Luke Mitchell was sentenced on Friday to a minimum of 20 years in prison for the murder of his girlfriend Jodi in June 2003 at Dalkeith, Midlothian. Judge Lord Nimmo Smith said his Manson fascination could have been a factor. Manson — speaking exclusively to the Sunday Mail in Mexico after his first concert since Mitchell's trial — said, "I have heard of the case but I do not want to give it much publicity. "What I do know is that it is all about the education that parents give their children and the influences they receive, not putting the blame elsewhere." He said: 'You can find inspiration for man's behaviour wherever you look. "I think people have to take responsibility for their own actions. "I don't think I have ever tried to create things to encourage people to hurt others, or themselves. "These kids are getting out everything that they can't get out the rest of the week — the rest of the year. That's a catharsis for them, that's what rock 'n' roll's supposed to be." Read more.