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Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Jury acquits men accused of inking boy with tattoo - San Jose Mercury News

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Jury acquits men accused of inking boy with tattoo - San Jose Mercury News: "Two former Fresno Bulldog gang members accused of inking a gang tattoo on a 7-year-old boy have been found not guilty of aggravated mayhem.
Enrique Gonzalez and Travis Gorman was acquitted Monday by a Fresno County jury that couldn't agree on any lesser charges.
The jury of six women and six men deliberated for more than 10 hours over three days.
The jury foreman says the panel didn't believe the boy when he testified that his father, Gonzalez, held him down on a couch when Gorman inked the gang tattoo—a small dog paw—on the child's hip last year.
The foreman says he believed the father when he testified that he loved his son and wouldn't do anything to harm him.
The men could have received a life prison term for aggravated mayhem."

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