William Johnson, A Tragic Victim Of Himself
July, 13 2016 (Fault Lines) — If you have been amazed at how one girl could be at the center of so much trouble and thought it couldn’t possibly get worse, meet William K. Johnson, a guard for the Federal Defense Logistics Agency, a branch of the U.S. Department of Defense.
Johnson, for some unfathomable reason, thought it was a good idea to contact none other than (her sex worker alias) Celeste Guap, the girl at the heart of the Oakland PD sex scandal which now is apparently the Richmond PD sex scandal, the Contra Costa County Sheriff sex scandal and there might be a few stragglers out there as well.
Johnson, it seems, wanted to be her pimp.
This is a young lady who doesn’t mind mentioning names and salacious details. You would think that at this point, any member of the law enforcement community in California upon encountering this young woman anywhere would move away from her at such a rapid speed that their donuts and coffee would be suspended briefly in mid-air. Yes, just like in the cartoons.
If you could extract what this young lady has distilled for herself and a couple dozen local cops, you would have the nearest thing to cop repellent known to man. She doesn’t mind talking about it one bit. Yet Johnson seemed drawn like a moth to a flame.
If you know I’m in the middle of a police sex scandal, why get involved with me?
Guap said about her contact with Johnson while not answering the obvious question of why a girl in the middle of a police scandal would get involved with more law enforcement officers.
In an interesting twist, the Richmond police department offered to get her the hell out of town pay for a $40,000 drug treatment center in Miami, Florida at their expense. Guap declined, saying via text:
I’m not even on drugs like that.
Prominent local civil rights attorney John Burris said:
Police agencies that have officers who are accused of misconduct with her, they should not be involved with her on any circumstances. That could easily be viewed as an obstruction of justice, where you are trying to interfere with a witness that may have testimony that may be hurtful to someone within your department
The East Bay Express, a Berkeley, California-based weekly, printed some excerpts of Guap and Johnson’s texting in their July, 7 2016 issue. Even if Johnson claims he was joking it doesn’t look good and shows some pretty poor judgment.
Is this guy a predator or one of these guys who can’t help themselves when they start talking to a female? Maybe you’ve seen them in your workplace; they can’t walk by any woman without throwing out some edgy banter or prurient compliment, seemingly ignorant and impervious to the reactions of others.
Either way there’s just one conclusion: Dumb.