Could you be an impartial juror for this accused murderer or would his devil horns and skull teeth tattoos affect your judgment?
Published 9:42 am Tuesday, August 6, 2019
A defense attorney for a man charged with murder in Louisiana wants jurors who won’t judge his client because of his face and neck tattoos, which include devil horns and skull teeth.
The Advocate reports that most of the potential jurors attorney Jarvis Antwine spoke with Monday said they don’t have a problem with William Bottoms Jr.’s tattoos.
Bottoms is charged with second-degree murder in the 2017 deaths of two men.
Megan Marie Gaylord was his girlfriend and is scheduled to testify for prosecutors. She told investigators that the four of them did drugs together before a paranoid Bottoms killed the men.
Bottoms’ twin brother was killed in April by Mississippi authorities trying to arrest him for being a felon in possession of a gun.
The brothers had several matching face tattoos.