Cholos aren't exactly the brightest bulbs in the criminal marquee, but the actions of the pendejo at right take the tamale for sheer stupidity.
Anthony Garcia was a seeming run-of-the-mill hood when Los Angeles County's sheriffs arrested him for a routine traffic stop and took the snapshot at right. In 2008, an investigator randomly saw Garcia's photo and recognized the elaborate scene depicted as the exact scene of a 2004 murder in Pico Rivera that had long been declared a cold case--until the investigator saw Garcia's tattoo and figured it out.
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, with the local angle being detectives eventually tracked Garcia to La Habra, where he lived with relatives. He bragged about the murder to someone wearing a wire, and just got convicted of first-degree murder--all of this avoidable if he hadn't tattooed the damn murder scene on hispinche