Tattoo Comes Back to Haunt Accused Murderer

I can see why this man might be interested in tattoo removal.  Every mother ever has told a child considering a tattoo: “Is that something that is going to look good when you are 80?”  Or “How is that going to look at a job interview?”  I’m not sure many have asked: “How is the jury going to view that at a murder trial?”

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