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Thursday, 3 June 2010

Gang member who tattooed son regrets decision - San Jose Mercury News

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Gang member who tattooed son regrets decision - San Jose Mercury News: "former Fresno gang member facing a life sentence for getting his 7-year-old son's hip tattooed with a gang symbol says he made 'an irresponsible decision.'
Testifying in Fresno County Court on Tuesday, 27-year-old Enrique Gonzalez said he never encouraged his son to join a gang, but his affiliation had influenced the boy. Gonzalez said he made 'an irresponsible decision as a parent' letting his son get tattooed.
Gonzalez disputed prosecutors claims that he held his son down while the boy got the small dog paw tattoo—a symbol of the Bulldogs street gang.
Gonzalez and fellow gang member 22-year-old Travis Gorman have pleaded not guilty to aggravated mayhem and willful cruelty charges for the April 2009 incident.
The men say they've quit the gang since their arrest."

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