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I volunteer at a Rape Crisis center and see the aftermath of some horrible shit. I sure wish people would get as upset about humans being raped as they do about a men fucking chickens.

 

wave.gif Hear hear Archie! excellent point.

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yes b/c the way to deal with problems is by not talking about them. sheesh!

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At least the guy in Enumclaw died while doing something he loved.

 

Actually he died after something he loved did him.

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NZ bachelor on rabbit sex charge

13 August 2005

By LES KENNEDY

Sydney Morning Herald

 

SYDNEY: A man faced an Australian court yesterday charged with having sexual relations with a rabbit and the sadistic killing of 17 other rabbits whose carcasses were found dumped in a lane.

 

Brendan Francis McMahon, 36, North Sydney, appeared briefly before Central Local Court Magistrate Allan Moore yesterday charged with having allegedly committed the offences over the past three weeks.

 

McMahon, a New Zealand born finance company director, sat quietly in the dock during the hearing at which he was represented by barrister Doug Marr.

 

No plea was entered to a total of 21 charges laid by polcie against McMahon, a business partner with Jason Meares, the former brother-in-law of James Packer.

 

McMahon, who's company website claims he is a former Bachelor of the Year winner, was arrested by detectives at a house in Tamarama early yesterday.

 

The investigation began after skinned and partially-skinned dead and dying rabbits began to appear in a laneway off York Street, near Circular Quay in late July.

 

The laneway adjoined a building in which McMahon occupied a first floor office from which he ran a financial planning and mortgage brokerage company.

 

Before McMahon was charged police alleged some of the rabbits had been thrown from some height into the laneway.

 

In addition to 17 rabbits, police also found a dead guinea pig in the lane.

 

Alarmed at the continuing discovery of freshly killed rabbits, some whose genitalia had allegedly been mutilated, detectives began contacting city pet stores to determine who had been buying rabbits.

 

Police found that a credit card in McMahon's name had been used to purchase the animals at a number of pet shops. Police also seized a security video showing a man buying a pet.

 

In all McMahon was charged with 17 counts of acts of aggravated cruelty upon an animal between July 20 and August 11.

 

He was further charged with committing an act of bestiality with an animal between 3am and 4am on August 1.

 

McMahon was further charged with two counts of possession of cannabis.

 

His barrister, Mr Marr, told Mr Moore that McMahon would not be applying for bail today but would make a formal application next Friday, August 19.

 

Mr Moore formally refused McMahon bail and ordered him to reappear before the court via a prison video link next week.

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Tuesday, October 18, 2005 - Page updated at 12:06 PM

 

Charge filed in connection with man who died having horse sex

 

 

The Associated Press

 

King County prosecutors have charged a man with trespassing in connection with an incident in which a friend was fatally injured having sex with a horse in Enumclaw.

 

James Michael Tait, 54, of Enumclaw, is accused of entering a barn without the owner's permission. If convicted he faces up to a year in jail and a $5,000 fine.

 

Prosecutors filed the charge today in county district court. Arraignment is scheduled for the week of Oct. 31. Tait does not have a listed phone number and it was not clear if he had obtained a lawyer.

 

Officers were told that Tait entered a neighbor's barn last July in Enumclaw along with the man who died to have sex with a horse, charging papers said. Tait was videotaping the episode when the man received internal injuries that led to his death.

 

Officer were told that Tait, the man who died, and a third man sneaked into the barn repeatedly to have sex with horses, according to the documents. The third man was not charged with trespassing because investigators found no videotapes or other evidence that placed him in the barn on a specific date.

 

The prosecutor's office says no animal cruelty charges were filed because there was no evidence of injury to the horses.

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My Enumclaw costume is still in its planning stages. If I get it done in time, pictures will follow. No video though.

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Man Pleads No Contest to Cattle Relations

 

Dec 23, 5:49 PM (ET)

 

NEILLSVILLE, Wis. (AP) - A 64-year-old man has pleaded no contest to charges in Clark County Circuit Court after telling police he regularly had been using calves for sexual gratification.

 

Harold G. Hart was placed on two years probation Thursday and ordered to have psychological counseling and an alcohol and drug abuse assessment after pleading to charges of sexual gratification with an animal and disorderly conduct.

 

According to the criminal complaint, the family living on the farm Hart visited, installed a motion sensor because they had seen suspicious footprints and vehicle tracks.

 

When the sensor sounded, Hart was caught leaving the barn. He later told police the farm was a routine stop, usually after bar closing or on trips to strip clubs near Marshfield or Neillsville.

 

Hart told police he had gone to the farm at least 50 times in the last year, sometimes two to four times in a week.

 

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Deputy fire chief faces indecency charge

 

The Arizona Republic

Mar. 7, 2006 10:17 AM

 

 

Leroy Donald Johnson was caught this weekend in a barn with his pants down, literally, according to a sheriff's office report.

 

"You caught me ... I tried to (expletive) your sheep," Johnson told his neighbor, according to the report.

 

But the Mesa Fire Department deputy fire chief changed his story when a sheriff's deputy arrived on his doorstep minutes later, denying anything happened.

 

Johnson, 52, was jailed on suspicion of disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing after the neighbor told investigators he found Johnson, unzipped and holding a sheep down on its side.

 

That's the sanitized version. The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office report released Monday night is a little more graphic.

 

Johnson's neighbor told sheriff's deputies he was called home Saturday afternoon when his 13-year-old daughter saw Johnson drag one of their sheep into a barn.

 

The teenager said Johnson had first knocked on the front and back door of the home in the 1200 block of East Catclaw Street, in a county island in Gilbert, before grabbing the small gray lamb, records showed.

 

One of the deputies noted that Johnson had bloodshot eyes and smelled of alcohol, and neighbors who confronted him said he admitted everything.

 

According to the deputy's report, "(The owner) took me into the back yard and showed me where he and (neighbor) pulled up. He took me through the corral gate and I saw the victim for the first time. She was a small gray lamb about three feet tall and four feet long."

 

The men then told the deputy they walked over to the small barn, opened the door and "saw Leroy holding the lamb down on its side in the hay with his pants down trying to have sex with it. That's when he made the statement about (expletive) the lamb."

 

The men said Johnson stood up and zipped up his pants.

 

"The sheep ran out of the barn at that point," the report says.

 

Johnson apologized, according to the report, and said he'd had "too much to drink."

 

The Mesa Fire Department placed Johnson, on paid leave Monday pending an internal investigation. Johnson, deputy chief of technical services, has been with the Mesa Fire Department for nearly 26 years.

 

Assistant Fire Chief Mary Cameli said Johnson has been an "exemplary" employee with a spotless personnel record.

 

"We were all very surprised by this," Cameli added.

 

Johnson did not return a call for comment Monday.

 

When confronted by a deputy at his home, Johnson initially denied the incident, saying he had been at his neighbor's house to talk about annexation.

 

Johnson said he went into the barn after hearing noises. The deputy said to him, "I believe something more than that happened," and offered help.

 

Johnson responded, "I probably do need some help, but I don't know if this is the time or place for it," according to the report.

 

When asked how the animal got into the barn, Johnson said, "I'm not going there," then asked if he was going to be arrested and demanded to know his legal options.

 

He continued to deny that anything happened in the barn and was arrested.

 

"I think it's disgusting," Sheriff Joe Arpaio said. "I think of Ghandi who said you judge the morality of a country by the way they treat their animals. . . . I do look at (bestiality) as some type of animal cruelty."

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"I think it's disgusting," Sheriff Joe Arpaio said. "I think of Ghandi who said you judge the morality of a country by the way they treat their animals. . . . I do look at (bestiality) as some type of animal cruelty."

 

Same Sheriff Joe:

 

Sheriff Joe Arpaio (in Arizona) who created the "tent city jail":

 

He has jail meals down to 40 cents a serving and charges the inmates for them.

 

He stopped smoking and porno magazines in the jails. Took away their weights. Cut off all but "G" movies.

 

He started chain gangs so the inmates could do free work on county and city projects.

 

Then he started chain gangs for women so he wouldn't get sued for discrimination.

 

He took away cable TV until he found out there was a federal court order that required cable TV for jails. So he hooked up the cable TV again only let in the Disney channel and the weather channel.

 

When asked why the weather channel he replied, so they will know how hot it's gonna be while they are working on my chain gangs.

 

He cut off coffee since it has zero nutritional value.

 

When the inmates complained, he told them, "This isn't the Ritz/Carlton. If you don't like it, don't come back."

 

He bought Newt Gingrich' lecture series on videotape that he pipes into the jails.

 

When asked by a reporter if he had any lecture series by a Democrat, he replied that a democratic lecture series might explain why a lot of the inmates were in his jails in the first place.

 

 

 

More on the Arizona Sheriff:

 

With temperatures being even hotter than usual in Phoenix (116 degrees just set a new record), the Associated Press reports: About 2,000 inmates living in a barbed-wire-surrounded tent encampment at the Maricopa County Jail have been given permission to strip down to their government-issued pink boxer shorts.

 

On Wednesday, hundreds of men wearing boxers were either curled up on their bunk beds or chatted in the tents, which reached 138 degrees inside the week before.

 

Many were also swathed in wet, pink towels as sweat collected on their chests and dripped down to their pink socks.

 

"It feels like we are in a furnace," said James Zanzot, an inmate who has lived in the tents for 1 year. "It's inhumane."

 

Joe Arpaio, the tough-guy sheriff who created the tent city and long ago started making his prisoners wear pink, and eat bologna sandwiches, is not one bit sympathetic He said Wednesday that he told all of the inmates: "It's 120 degrees in Iraq and our soldiers are living in tents too, and they have to wear full battle gear, but they didn't commit any crimes, so shut your damned mouths!"

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When confronted by a deputy at his home, Johnson initially denied the incident, saying he had been at his neighbor's house to talk about annexation.

 

Nice one.

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"annexation" is an erroneous quote; the deputy fire chief said he stopped by to discuss "anussatiation".

Edited by Dechristo

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