Remember The Butt Slasher? Here Is The New Prime Suspect!

Prime suspect: Johnny D. Guillen Pimentel is wanted in connection with a spate of buttock slashings in Virginia

Johnny D. Guillen Pimentel is now being named as the main suspect in the butt slashing case. If you’re not familiar with the case, let me give a little background.

In Northern Virginia, earlier this year, a man was targeting young women in their late teens or early twenties. How? Well, he was slashing their asses with a knife and taking off. The women were left with cuts that went through their clothing and cut into their skin. It seems unbelievable that they wouldn’t notice a man slashing their asses open, but by the time they did notice, the infamous slasher was gone.

He was seen on videotapes going in and out of retail stores and in some cases, actually attacking these women, but was not identifiable at the time. The police have received a tip that Pimentel, 40, is the man behind the notorious attacks and have issued a warrant for his arrest. They believe he has fled the area because they have not been able to locate the gentleman (I say this because he’s still just a suspect) and would really like to discuss these incidences with him.

Although the attacks were rather minor, they did traumatize some of the victims and have made them feel uncomfortable shopping. Personally, THIS is a huge issue. Our economy is in a down fall and we need as many shoppers as possible out there spending money! The butt slasher has contributed to the decline of our economy, in my opinion, and for that the government should be more involved in the hunt for this economic terrorist.


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