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    Am I wrong for being really happy with what this guy did? I want to send him a fan letter at this point.

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    I'm not upset about this guy shanking a worthless murdering drunk-although his motives may have been far less than altruistic . He pretty much had to stay in prison as leaving the joint at age 60 covered with White Power ink makes for a short life span . Best to kill a newbie while still young (33) than fool around and try and kill a hard con at age 50. As a member of the AB he'll be in solitude the whole time (23 hours a day), he will also cost the state $60,000 a year rather than the usual $30,000. So if he lives another 30 years the tax payers will foot the bill for 1.8 million dollars .
    Looking again at his photo i do NOT see any lightening bolts -SS runes -so he may not be AB-but he does have 4-5 tear drops ink so the guy is no joke or poser.Maybe WAR ( white Aryan resistance ) as not too many white guys get WHITE POWER ink across their forehead w/o being affiliated .
    Sleep easy my friend as I see no moral quandry here.
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    I think the cost issue evens out since no one has to pay a nickel for the guy he killed. He is already 33 serving 60 to life, which means he'll be in late 80's to early 90's if he ever got out. I'm sure he figured he had nothing to lose and probably gained some important "respect" points among other inmates. Not to mention the respect points he garnered with Flop. I agree with Payton, sleep easy.

    I just hope that we don't read a story in a few weeks that implicates the father in some sort of payoff.

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    Gotta love the "White Power" tattoo on the forehead.

    Fine, young upstanding man that should serve as a role model to our kids.
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    You can only feel guilt for what you can control. You can't control what makes you happy or sad. The fact that you asked the question indicates a healthy morality. Sending him a fan letter may cross the line; the ends do not always justify the means and a dead scumbag doesn't ennoble an immoral act.
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    What do the teardrops mean?

    My favorite quote is “All I got to say is, 9-year-old girl." I'm happy that there is still a code of conduct even in prison where the child killers and molesters are at the bottom of the list and have to live in fear every day of being shanked. Don't get me wrong, I never want to see this guy on the streets, but I'm hopeful that guys like him keep doing what they do in the slammer. It's the small things that make me happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flop The Nuts View Post
    What do the teardrops mean?
    As an avid viewer of the show Gangland, I feel I have the knowledge to answer this question. Each teardrop represents a person you've killed. A spiderweb tattoo, usually on the elbow, means you've done time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quinn14 View Post
    As an avid viewer of the show Gangland, I feel I have the knowledge to answer this question. Each teardrop represents a person you've killed. A spiderweb tattoo, usually on the elbow, means you've done time.
    I thought that it was exactly the opposite. In fact, I thought the spiderweb tattoo on the elbow is sybolic of a racially motivated murder.
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