Man really regrets that tattoo now: Accused murderer wants ‘murder’ neck tattoo removed before his trial

A REALLY bad idea

A man with the word ‘MURDER’ prominently tattooed on his neck has been accused of killing a man – and now he wants the inking removed before his trial.

Jeffrey Wade Chapman’s lawyers have filed a motion in Barton County District Court asking that his body art not be seen or mentioned during his trial, which begins next week.

They’re worried the tattoo, a mirror image of the word ‘murder’ in capital letters, will prejudice the jury.

Chapman is charged with first degree murder in the November 2011 shooting death of Damon Galyardt, whose body was found by hunters in a Kansas field…

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