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04-22-11, 12:19 PM #1
Tattooed Confession FailLos Angeles County Sheriff's homicide investigator Kevin Lloyd was looking through pictures of tattooed gang members in 2008 when he noticed what appeared to be the murder scene inked across gangster Anthony Garcia's chest, according to the newspaper.
More at link: Gangster's Crime Scene Tattoo Leads to Murder Conviction in 2004 Cold Case - FoxNews.com
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04-22-11, 12:28 PM #2
I read of a story once where officers went to arrest a wanted party. Party was hiding in the basement, and officers happened to find a handgun and shotgun next to this convicted felon. He began spouting off that it was a common area and that the guns weren't his.
The officers figured they couldn't charge him, until one of the officers noticed the guys tatoo of a handgun on the guys stomach when they lifted him up.
By some strange coincidence, the gun on the tatoo was the same make and model as the one they found near him. The clincher was that he had even tatooed the serial number of the gun in the proper place on his stomach.
They got a nice chuckle, and a conviction, out of it.The world would be much cleaner if blind people carried brooms instead of sticks.
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