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Fleece Johnson
MSNBC Lockup Raw Screenshot
Fleece Johnson
MSNBC Lockup Raw Screenshot

Editor’s note: This post contains content that some may find offensive.

Fleece Johnson, the infamous inmate who gained fame after an epic appearance on MSNBC’s Lockup Raw, in which he detailed his obsession with men’s backsides (fellow felons dubbed him “the booty warrior”), is set to be released sometime this month, Rolling Out reports.

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Johnson was arrested and convicted in 1979 for armed robbery and sentenced to 10 years, according to Rolling Out. During his incarceration, he was charged with several other crimes, including “wanton endangerment” and “first-degree assault,” which added more time to his original sentence.

During his taping with Lockup Raw, Johnson detailed in graphic nature not only his infatuation with men’s rear ends but also how sagging pants made it easier for him to identify his victims. Johnson also made clear that he had raped and was willing to rape men in prison who refused his advances.

Warning: graphic content (NSFW):

“I like you and I want you,” he told Lockup Raw, describing how he approached his victims. “We can do this the easy way or the hard way. The choice is yours.”

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The interview segment went viral and was spoofed on an episode of Boondocks:

Read more at Rolling Out.

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