Skip to comments.Gang Memberís Tattoo Solves 2004 Murder, Leads To Conviction
Posted on 04/22/2011 10:43:56 AM PDT by BenLurkin
Garcias tattoo detailed the shooting of 23-year-old John Juarez in Pico Rivera on Jan. 23, 2004. The case had turned stale until Los Angeles County sheriffs homicide investigator Kevin Lloyd saw a photo of Garcias tattoo and recognized the crime and details of the killing because he was a station sergeant in Pico Rivera at the time.
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The case will be overturned on appeal after a judge learns that the tattoo artist didn’t Mirandize him.
The bell curve of intelligence is real, and the left half sure has some interesting characters.
Doesn't the teardrop facial tattoo mean you killed someone in prison? I would like someone to argue that is tantamount to a public confession.
tattoos. Ever the class act
Super cool. I hate tattoos, but I think all criminals should have them.
I saw someone with one of those spiderweb tattoos on his elbow ,, asked him what got him 4 years in prison? The idiot didn’t know that his tattoo represented one year in prison for each ring in the spiders web.. thought it looked “cool”.
In Russia elbow spider’s web means heroin addict...
Here’s the story w/more info & photo of incriminating evidence:
That guy used to run around my yard with a leafblower!.....I think.
tattoos, as a rule, serve a useful function of identifying people that you don’t want to associate with. a couple of my cousins (once removed) have them and this just proves the rule
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