The past has been erased.
Lee, who is homeless, once had a large tattoo on his forearm that read, "Member - KKK." However, that is now covered by a cross representing Jesus and a rose representing Lee's mother who passed away about 8 years ago.
What is even more intriguing about the KKK tattoo being covered up by a cross is that the tattoo artist is black. Dewayne, who owns Beast Mode Ink in Murfreesboro, said he would be proud to cover up such a tattoo for Lee. In fact, the two hit it off great. It was likely a site that would not have been seen just a few years back.
Hear the entire interview by Scott Walker with Lee:
"I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear." - Martin Luther King, Jr.