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March 10, 2016

Jeremy Meeks “the photogenic felon” is out of prison and ready for fame and fortune

Filed under: California, TV shows — furtherglory @ 11:36 am

You can read the latest news about “the photogenic felon” at

Jerermy Meeks the photogenic felon

Jerermy Meeks the photogenic felon is out of prison now

Several years ago, I wrote a blog post about Jeremy Meeks:

Bob Beckel is no longer on the TV show named “The Five.”  Maybe he will come back as a guest so that he can comment on “the photogenic felon” once more.


  1. In a decent world, he and his sycophants would be ordered hanged by the Fuhrer and promptly strung up with piano wire at Ploetzensee

    Comment by Schlageter — March 12, 2016 @ 3:36 am

  2. Actually the guy looks like he could almost ( I said almost cause he don’t look 100% Aryan) be one of the Skins or an AB if he gets lockdown again. Hey the carefree,”I don’t give a shit attitude” that runs amuck in the high fashion world,he’ll probably end up locked down again. He can do a remake of the “Right said Fred” song. “I’m too sexy for Milan,too sexy for Milan,New York and Japan “.

    Comment by Tim — March 10, 2016 @ 12:19 pm

  3. Clearly “murder is fashionable”. Look next to his right eye. That’s a teardrop tattoo there. A teardrop shows you’ve committed murder. I’ve looked at the other pics of him. It’s a teardrop. I got locked down not to long after I was back from Nam. I did a couple years. I got to be friends with an inmate who was pulling natural life . He told me that’s what the teardrop means. I stayed the hell away from those men.

    Comment by Tim — March 10, 2016 @ 12:13 pm

    • Thanks for pointing out that teardrop tattoo mark Tim. I myself wouldn’t have cottoned-on to the significance of it.

      But what a world we live in today – where people who openly and proudly display their violent past are held in high esteem, and awarded glittering careers in the fashion and modelling world.

      (but of course, his teardrop might simply have been done as a fashion accessory to deliberately provide him with an image of “dangerous chic”. But in reality he might well be a fake, who has been carefully groomed by his handlers in the world of fashion.)

      Comment by Talbot — March 11, 2016 @ 5:20 am

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