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What do Russian prison tattoos represent?

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There are many different Russian criminal tattoos. Some of these include a dagger on the neck which means they will kill again. The number of blood drops indicates the number of people he has killed.
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On the knees, means you bow to no one. Also points on the star denotes years spent in jail. *Untrue: All will have 8 points. Representing original 8 families. Picture a 15-20 pointed
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As the previous poster said, most Russian star tattoos denote prison service. This follows tattoo designs in other countries, where convicted individuals often form niche cultures
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Those are criminal tattoos. One dot on a finger phalanx represents one term served in prison. 2 dots mean 2 terms served. Cross usually means he is a pick-pocket thief.
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