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Old February 12, 2012, 09:15 AM   #30
Double Naught Spy
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Actually, it's a different "type" of tattooing. Military Veterans who become cops usually have a unit tattoo on the forearm or shoulder. Sometimes they'll have a tat on each arm. But seldom do you see them with "sleeve" tattoos that cover the majority of the arm down to the wrist.
I am talking about forearm tattoos.

With that said, Officer Keith Roach is a fairly dark skinned African-American. Tats aren't going to show up on him very well. That means that Roach must have gotten a very good look at him to see the tats.
http://www.ajc.com/news/atlanta/no-b...an-538250.html

I can see the prosecutor challenging the jury to consider that if Thomas could see the tats well enough to decide Roach was a criminal, then why could he not see the uniform good enough to decide Roach was a cop?
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