State v. Meyer, 2011 VT 43
Pity the poor tattoo artist. Is there any other profession where a white supremacist feels comfortable to approach you about helping him touch up his various symbols of white pride?
That is exactly what happened to the complaining victim of today’s case. Defendant approached him about touching up his tattoos, which were apparently starting to fade (perhaps Hitler’s mustache was not as vibrant as it once was). Artist to his general credit refused to have anything to do with Defendant’s racism and turned him down.