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What does a skull tattoo with horns surrounded with blood and the words code of silence mean?

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2005-12-22 20:07:10
2005-12-22 20:07:10

Sounds like something from a gang or prison but I could be wrong. There aren't any universal meanings for tattoo symbols. Check out tattoo symbolism here: http://tattoo.about.com/cs/beginners/a/symbols_intro.htm But remember, sometimes a rose is just a rose. It doesn't mean or symbolize anything!

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