Up late looking over previous videos: This is a telling move. GW3, during his entire hearing keeps his hands off the table and/or covers his right hand with his left so that you can not see his scorpion tattoo on his right index finger. Well, he almost managed to get through the entire hearing until....watch at 56:01 of the attached video. GW3 stands up and uncrosses his hands and the camera zooms in on his tattoo. His attorney notices that the camera is zooming in, zooms right onto his scorpion tattoo for about 20 seconds, and immediately leans towards GW3 & GW3 leans over towards his attorney. (this is what I think he said COVER UP THAT SCORPION TATTOO ON YOUR TRIGGER FINGER...) At that moment, GW3 does the "hand dance shuffle" and quickly covers up his scorpion tattoo with his left hand. Oh my...had to watch it a couple of times. It was the only "panic move" I saw made in that entire hearing. If I was a professional poker player, I would push all my chips in on that move alone! Every player has a "tell." Psyche.... He doesn't have a winning hand and is trying to bluff. And of course, not lost on observations was that he was the only one of the W4's to wear a long sleeve t-shirt to cover his forearms in the initial arraignments. I-Question if this is because it is cold in the courtroom or to cover up more tattoos that might be a distraction?? Can suspects have their tattoos removed, if their moms are willing to pay for it, while they await their trials?