LOS ANGELES (AP) — The father and two girlfriends of a convicted killer caught because the murder scene was tattooed on his chest have been charged with helping him collect more than $20,000 unemployment while in jail.

LA County prosecutors say 47-year-old Juan Garcia, 45-year-old Sandra Jaimez and 25-year-old Cynthia Limas were charged Monday with counts including theft and conspiracy.

They are the father and girlfriends of Anthony Garcia, nicknamed “Chopper,” who is serving 65 years to life in prison for the 2004 killing of a gang rival in Pico Rivera. He became a suspect because a tattoo on his chest showed the liquor store crime scene.

Prosecutors say the three people submitted false claims to collect unemployment in his name, splitting the proceeds between themselves, Garcia and members of his Rivera 13 gang.

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Comments (2)
  1. The Truth says:

    I am so sick of these bottom-feeding filthy hispanics. I

  2. LOL says:

    This dirt bags entire bodily existence has benefited and served first as an anchor baby born at a hospital tax payer paid entitling his Madre a welfare check, then off to a LAUSD public school as part of the head count to create a corrupt union teaching job, only to follow a life of crime resulting in a murder, more job security for law enforcement and their corrupt union and now he’s gonna spend life tax free and paid in a California prison increasing the head count to justify more taxes for the ultimate corrupt prison guards union. What society embraces its evils as necessary to it’s existence? The Un united Labor Union Sate of Calamexico. Hey CBS don’t ever report the cuse of L.A.s’ crime (illegal Immigration) then you guys might be out of work.

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