Bizarre Facebook Ramblings of Mission Rape Suspect

Frederick Dozier's Facebook ramblings make no sense.

By Chris Roberts
|  Tuesday, Jan 10, 2012  |  Updated 3:03 PM PDT
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Bizarre Facebook Ramblings of Mission Rape Suspect

Photo taken from Green Streets website

Mission District rape suspect Frederick Dozier.

Peek inside the mind of an alleged criminal and you'll never know what you may find.

In the case of Frederick Dozier -- the 32-year old San Francisco man police say is responsible for three sexual assaults on 24th Street in 2011 -- a perusal of his Facebook page shows a troubled mind, all revealed by the San Francisco Examiner.

For instance, following the Dec. 8 attack, Dozier posted the following on his Facebook: "…that you can be with someone that you care for that you would do everything for right but you make a fatal move that can make thing all bad and thing will never go back to be the same so real about the one you with keep it soild and be a real a woman or male in the realationship ...."

Fascinating. But there's more from Dozier, who worked for the school district as a part-time student nutrition worker and as a janitor for Green Streets, a recycling and compost management company.

On Nov. 18, the day of an attack, he exhorted single mothers to "keep being a boss queen outta here and keep it real and stay soild (sic) for real."

Following the Dec. 8 attack, Dozier posted the following: "…that you can be with someone that you care for that you would do everything for right but you make a fatal move that can make thing all bad and thing will never go back to be the same so real about the one you with keep it soild and be a real a woman or male in the realationship ...."

Dozier has since been fired from the school district. He allegedly confessed to police, and will be arraigned on Wednesday, according to reports.
 

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