I know I shouldn’t draw attention to the stupidity of people in my own state, but I just couldn’t let this one fly by. I had to say something.
And I’m saying this guy is a dumbass.
Who gets “murder” tattooed on their neck? This dumbass. And I will step out on a limb and say that the guy who home inked the shit is a dumbass too.
Now, after being charged with murder–go figure–he, and his lawyer, think Barton County should transport him to a tattoo facility so he can have a cover-up tattoo done. They’re worried the jury might find the word prejudicial. No shit.
How about what appears to be a teardrop near his left eye? I had always thought that signified you’d killed someone? I looked it up though, and according to Urban Dictionary, it signifies that you’ve been someone’s “bitch” in prison.
Interesting. . . .maybe his home skillet tattoo artist could also see into the future and that’s why he wound up with both of those tattoos in the first place??
I say put a fucking turtleneck on and go face that jury of your peers. You know what they say, if you can’t do the time, you shouldn’t do the crime.
Makes me want to move so my tax dollars don’t have to feed and house and provide medical care for this dumbass for the rest of his life.
I’m a dumbass, and so is the guy who inked this on my neck.
GREAT BEND, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas man charged with first-degree murder is afraid the tattooed mirror-image letters spelling out the word “murder” across his neck might prejudice a jury, so he is asking for a professional tattoo artist to remove or cover it up.
Prosecutors say they aren’t opposed to Jeffrey Chapman covering his tattoo, but Barton County’s sheriff says he’s against transporting Chapman to a licensed tattoo facility — the only places tattoo artists are allowed to practice under Kansas law.
The Great Bend Tribune reports Chapman’s trial is scheduled to start Monday in the November 2011 killing of Damon Galliart, whose body was found by hunters in a roadside ditch southwest of Great Bend.
Chapman’s attorney says in a motion the tattoo would be extremely prejudicial if seen by a jury.