Micheal Kent has taken a major step forward in his life. A few days ago the former neo-Nazi walked into a Colorado Springs tattoo parlor to have a massive swastika tattoo in the center of his chest covered up.
Tattoos are meant to make a statement, and those statements are unique to the individual who has the ink in their skin. Sometimes these messages are confusing or convoluted, but there isn't anything confusing about a swastika. It is a symbol of pure hate and bigotry, tied to one of the darkest periods in recorded human history.
Kent who is a self-admitted former member of a violent neo-Nazi group has completely changed the tone of his life, with help from the most unlikely of sources.