Breeders accused of tattooing six kids
Jo-Jo Marsh of Chattanooga County, Georgia is accused of tattooing her own children. Marsh and her husband, Jacob Bartels, allegedly tattooed their six of their seven children with a tattoo gun and a guitar string used as a needle.
Marsh says it’s not that bad really…
“We were making it look like it was a cross,” said Jo-Jo Marsh, “so the kids could have something they could say it was.”
“We didn’t even break the skin barely,” said Marsh, “they are very tiny, just through a few layers, on the top, they will fade away, that’s how minuscule this is.”
We asked Marsh if she knew it was illegal to tattoo children in the state of Georgia.
“Oh God no,” she responded, “that’s why I was tripping so hard, that’s why I was so upset.”
When has it ever been legal in modern history to tattoo a minor? The youngest they tattooed was 10 years old. Why don’t you get them all Prince Alberts or clitoris piercings while you’re at it?
Nothing like branding your kid to be a pole dancer or landscaper for life.