William Bottoms Jr.’s attorney, Jarvis Antwine, made a point of noting the alleged murderer’s facial tattoos during jury selection Monday in Louisiana.
Fearing they might judge his client prematurely due to his fearsome appearance, Antwine advised potential jurors that Bottoms’ tattoos were “the first thing you see with him.” Most of the jurors agreed not to pass judgment on the double-homicide suspect for the ink on his face.
Bottoms - Counts - Murder - June - Killing
Bottoms, 29, is charged with two counts of second-degree murder in the June 2017 killing of two men. Both were found dead in the back seat of a car, shot in the head and covered with a bedsheet. He will serve a mandatory life sentence if convicted. His...