Friday, August 05, 2011

Serial Hispanic Butt Slasher=D.C. Sniper? So Says “Criminal Profiler” Ted Williams

By Nicholas Stix


The videos posted in this blog entry are all about the Hispanic “serial butt slasher” who has been attacking young women (18-early 20s) in Fairfax County, Virginia shopping malls. The mope has been described as Hispanic, 5’6,” heavyset, and in his late 20s.

Courtesy of the Fairfax County Police, which both posted and disavowed the above video at Youtube, make of that, what you will.

Report Posted by the Fairfax County Police, Together with the FCP’s Bizarre Disclaimer

Serial cutter suspect from the Marshall's incident, Greenbriar Shopping Center, June 20, 2011.

Police are investigating reports of a man who follows young women in retail stores, cuts them and slips away. Most recently, officers responded to the Forever XXI Store in Fair Oaks Mall Monday, July 25 around 5:30 p.m. for a report of a woman who suffered a one and a half inch wound in her buttocks.

The 18-year-old victim was shopping when she noticed clothes that had fallen off of a rack behind her and saw a man bending down to pick them up. She abruptly felt a sharp pain and considered that one of the hangars had struck her. A short time later, she discovered her denim shorts had been slashed; her buttocks had been cut and were bleeding. Store employees quickly contacted security who summonsed police.

Detectives indicate that this attack may be linked to four others that have taken place in Fairfax County retail stores since February. The most recent case occurred in a Marshall's at Greenbriar Shopping Center on June 20 around 2:45 p.m.

In each case, the suspect distracts his victim before cutting them. The victims have all been teen-aged women or in their early 20s.

The suspect is described as hispanic, late 20s, around 5 feet 6 inches tall and heavy-set. He wore white shorts and a short-sleeved shirt in the July 25 assault.

Two black interviewees figure prominently in the reports of John Schriffen of News 4, NBC’s Washington, D.C. affiliate, that follow below. One is a middle-aged female shopper who remarks, “He just looks like a common shopper.”

In Guadalajara, maybe, lady!


Thanks to TheUlidian02.

The other interviewee is Ted Williams, a black former police detective who performs as an “expert” and “profiler” on TV, not to be confused with the eponymous homeless ex-con with the golden pipes, or the partially cryogenically preserved Splendid Splinter.

If John Schriffen wanted to help the public, he would have reported on what racial or ethnic type of young woman the slasher targets. As the police well know, these sorts of criminals rarely work randomly, though “random” seems to be lawmen’s favorite word these days. The mopes usually have a type. Perhaps it was attractive, shapely, young white females, like most of the girls Schriffen interviewed. God forbid, we should protect the public!

I’m just a dumb white guy, so what do I know, but what does one say about someone (Williams) who would play expert, while claiming that a quiet little Spanish slasher operates from the same motive (“attention”) as a genocidal, racist (Nation of Islam) serial murderer who, with his young protégé, sought to kill scores of whites and extort millions of dollars from the authorities?

I need to put in a break, before returning to earth from Bizarro World.

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My guess is that the mope is using a short-edged box cutter, because you can practically palm one, whip it out, push out the blade (I’m going from memory here, from having used them for my magazines almost 20 years ago), slash a woman, pull the blade switch back, and have it back in your pocket in one quick, smooth, move. This wouldn’t work with long-blade box cutters, because there’d be too much business to getting the blade extended and retracted at the beginning and end of the move, and too much danger of the slasher cutting himself (e.g., in his pocket) or being discovered. The slasher could also use a pocket knife, but again, no matter how smooth he is, that would take additional movements and time, causing more danger of injury and detection to him. This guy does the whole thing in two seconds or less. The bump is a pickpocket’s trick, to distract the vic from feeling what he’s doing to another part of her body.

My recommendation to local law enforcement is thus this:

1. Search databases for known or suspected Hispanic (likely) illegal aliens from the area fitting that description;
2. Search databases for known or suspected pickpockets (or purse snatchers) from the area fitting that description; and
3. Search databases for known or suspected “mashers” from the area fitting that description; and
4. Search databases for known or suspected butt slashers from outside the area fitting that description, who may have fled detection elsewhere.

“Masher” is a term I learned as a kid watching a comedy sketch on either the Jackie Gleason or Red Skelton variety show. It was already an old term, for something that was then considered obnoxious, but now can land you in jail for a good stretch, at least if you’re white.

My impression is that a “masher” is a man who crudely, obnoxiously harasses women he wants to sleep with, whether they be strangers on the street, acquaintances, or women he works with. While this type was once found among all racial and ethnic groups, today it’s found primarily in The Diversity Zone.

Scott Eyman gives a classic example of a masher in his grand biography of Louis B. Mayer, Lion of Hollywood. The example featured Spencer Tracy, who was co-starring in A Guy Named Joe with Van Johnson and Irene Dunne. During one scene, it seems Tracy whispered in Dunne’s ear what he’d like to do to and with her. In another, he came up behind her, rubbing his erect member against her.

Now, Irene Dunne, who was arguably the greatest actress to never win an Oscar, was by then a middle-aged, Tinseltown veteran who’d dealt with her share of Hollywood heels, and yet, she was every inch the lady. However, she was also worried because unlike Tracy, she was not under contract at MGM. Nevertheless, she went straight to L.B. Mayer and told him that she’d quit the picture, if he didn’t put the brakes on Tracy. Mayer put a stop to the nonsense right away, remarking to a third party, “If I’m firing anybody, I’m firing Tracy, not her.”

Eyman notes that this episode came when the married Tracy was deeply in love with his long-time mistress, Katharine Hepburn.

Not even on his worst day, however, would Spencer Tracy have even considered going around and slashing women’s behinds. And yet, in the scheme of vibrant Hispanic, and especially Mexican “culture,” with its celebration of crime in general, and violence against females of all ages in particular, that’s nothing.

Slashing strange females’ behinds? It’s a mild diversion … in The Diversity Zone.



Via realstrikegently.

Thanks to my reader-researcher “W,” with a tip o’ the box cutter to Patch’s May Ann Barton.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I recall the term "masher" being used in the 1959 film "Anatomy of a Murder."

Speaking of "Criminal Profiler" Ted Williams, I used to see him often on Greta Van Susteren's show. I distinctly remember him commenting on the Duke Lacrosse Hoax. Once, months after Nifong's supposed case had unraveled, Williams said, "This case needs a trial." Eventually, Williams did acknowledge the accused were innocent.

As far as this attacker goes, these shopping malls are a perfect hunting ground. In the background of the videos, you see several young white women wearing shorts.

David In TN