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Thursday, June 03, 2010

Dad could get life for son's gang tattoo

In Fresno, 27-year-old Enrique Gonzalez is on trial for letting his son, age 7, get a gang tattoo and could get a life sentence if found guilty, the Bee reports. The boy says his father made him get the ink and held him down, but Gonzalez testified that it was his son's idea. The tattoo is about the size of a quarter, is on the boy's hip and is of a pawprint, for the Eastside Bulldogs.

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