Kansas slaying suspect wanted 'MURDER' neck tattoo erased

A Kansas slaying suspect wanted to save his neck by getting the tattoo he splashed across it — the word "murder" spelled backward — inked over in jail, NBC News reports. But county officials balked at Jeffrey Chapman's request for a personal needling session in lockup.
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A Kansas slaying suspect wanted to save his neck by getting the tattoo he splashed across it — the word "murder" spelled backward — inked over in jail, NBC News reports.



But county officials balked at Jeffrey Chapman's request for a personal needling session in lockup.

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