Thursday, 24 April 2014

Photo: Accused Killer Fears 'Murder' Tattoo Sends Wrong Message

Jeffrey Chapman faces a challenge to have his neck tattoo removed or hidden before his murder trial.
A Kansas (United States) 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.
Murder Trial-Tattoo
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.

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