Thursday, October 20, 2005

Horsin' Around: Update On The Enumclaw Beastiality/Murder Case

Trespassing charged in horse-sex case - According to The Seattle Times, James Tait, an Enumclaw man who managed the farm where people had sex with animals (and regularly videotaped the results for the internet) and where a Seattle man died after being rogered by a horse, was charged with a misdemeanor yesterday. Why is he being charged? He used the neighbor's barn for his horse prostitution ring.

King County prosecutors say it's the heaviest charge they could some up with. Washington is one of the states that has not outlawed bestiality.

If you ever looked at our legislature, you might have some insight into just why beastiality hasn't been criminalized.

"There is no evidence of injury to the animal to support animal-cruelty charges," said Dan Satterberg, the county prosecutor's chief of staff.

A Seattle Times Photographer Takes
A Picture Of The Possible Murderer

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