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'Vampire Woman' Completely Covered in Tattoos
Anthony Garcia may have gotten away with a 2004 murder outside a liquor store if it wasn't for the fact that he tattooed a detailed mural of the crime scene across his chest that authorities recognized. One of Garcia's tattoos shows a man with the body of a peanut being hit by bullets and falling back toward the liquor store. In gang slang, the word "peanut" is used to derisively describe a rival gang member. "He tattooed his confession on his chest. You have a degree of fate with this," Capt. Mike Parker told the Los Angeles Times. (Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department))
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