Nothing says, “I didn’t do it” like a tattoo that says 'murder' scrolled across your neck.
Jeffrey Chapman of Barton County, Kansas, is charged with first-degree murder and is worried that his tattoo that says “murder” in across his neck might sway a jury against him at his trial.
For his upcoming trial for a killing in 2011, he is asking that a professional tattoo artist removes the tattoo, or at least cover it up.
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The tattoo that spans across the surface of Chapman’s neck says ‘murder’ in giant mirrored letters. We’ve seen some bad tattoos, but this guy takes the cake.
Even though prosecutors aren’t against Chapman covering his tattoo, Barton County’s sheriff is against transporting him to a licensed tattoo facility where, under Kansas law, is the only place that tattoo artists are allowed to practice their trade.
Chapman’s lawyer is looking into the possibility of having the state bring in a tattoo artist toRead More »from Man with giant ‘murder’ tattoo wants it removed before his murder trial