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Like most sexually deviant behaviors, “zoophilia” is more common in men, Marks said.

That should go without saying.....it would seem a lot more difficult for a woman to force a goat to have sex with her, than for a man to do it to a goat.

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James Tait, Kenny Thomason arrested for 'sex with farm animals'

POLICE are investigating a farm which allegedly promoted itself as a destination for sex with farm animals.

58-year-old James Tait - who was convicted in 2005 of trespassing on a neighbour’s ranch to allegedly have sex with horses - has been caught with his pants down, accused of bestiality on another US farm.

He was charged with three counts of felony animal cruelty. Kenny Thomason, who lives with Tait in Maury County, was also charged with two counts of the same offence.

"They've been having sex with full-grown horses," Maury County Detective Terry Chandler.

"(Tait) has been here for four years, and it looks like it has been going on for some time."

Det. Chandler said the pair lived on the farm owned by Mr Thomason, which housed 13 horses, Shetland ponies, goats and dogs.

The detective said it was suspected people had been having sex with the ponies and dogs, as well as the larger horses.

Police were tipped off after an anonymous person who had visited the alleged sex farm emailed authorities photos of the a man performing bestiality.

Authorities had also discovered several video tapes explicitly showing men performing the acts on the farm animals leading them to believe it could be a haven for animal sex.

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Anyone seen Zoony lately?

Unused Tenn. bestiality law put to test in new cases

By Jennifer Brooks, The Tennessean

NASHVILLE — Two years ago, the Tennessee legislature put into statute what most people assumed should go without saying — it is illegal to have sex with an animal in this state.

But prosecutors across Middle Tennessee have cause to be glad that someone spelled that felony out. No less than three bestiality cases have come up in separate counties in recent months.

Three people stand accused of engaging in sex acts with farm animals in Maury County. In Humphreys County, a youth football coach was already under investigation for child rape when police reportedly found images of bestiality on his cellphone.

And in Nashville, police charged a man and a woman under the new statute after a tipster turned over photos of them having sexual contact with a dog.

Plenty of people cracked jokes about the bestiality bill when it came up in the legislature in 2007.

But District Attorney General Mike Bottoms, who is prosecuting the Maury County case, said he's not sure what he could have charged the Maury County defendants with if the statute hadn't been on the books.

"There are laws against cruelty to animals, but they dealt more into the neglect of the animals, which wasn't the case here," Bottoms said.

The Maury County case revolves around 58-year-old James Tait. Audiences who watched the critically acclaimed documentary "Zoo" a few years ago heard Tait's voice, narrating his part in the story of a Washington State man who died of internal injuries after a sexual encounter with a horse.

It was Tait who videotaped the fatal encounter and later drove the dying man to the hospital. The case prompted Washington State to criminalize bestiality after frustrated law enforcement officials were unable to charge Tait with anything more than trespassing in a stable.

Maury County investigators found photographic and video evidence of similar activity at the farm.

"We had no idea this sort of thing was happening," said Maury County Detective Terry Chandler. "This goes on. These people live all across the United States, and they know each other."

Washington State is considering a new law that would add bestiality offenses to the sexual offender registry, and Chandler said he would like to see a similar law in Tennessee.

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Man there Harry Johnstons all over the place

A homeless Texarkana man accused of sexual misdeeds with a horse changed his tack Wednesday and agreed to plead no-contest to a misdemeanor charge of bestiality.

Last week, Harry Johnson refused to take an offer by District Judge Wren Autrey and Texarkana, Ark., city prosecutor Tommy Potter that would have meant his release after a few more days in the Miller County jail. At the time, Johnson said in court he didn’t want to plead no-contest. But after speaking with a lawyer Wednesday, he accepted the deal.

“Mr. Johnson met with his court-appointed attorney, Amy Freedman...


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Whatcom County man arrested in animal cruelty case


Posted on April 15, 2010 at 10:15 PM

BELLINGHAM, Wash. - Federal agents uncover a bizarre sex operation in Whatcom County that involves animals and a business that has attracted people from all over the world.

In a crudely built compound tucked into the backwoods near the Canadian border, federal investigators say crimes were happening that are too disturbing to describe.

Under the blue tarps they say people from around the world would stay as sex tourists invited to abuse animals.

Among them is 51-year-old Stephen Clarke visiting from England on a month-long trip to the U.S.

He now sits in the Whatcom County Jail on three counts of cruelty to animals in the form of bestiality.

Kelli and Ron McDonald had no idea such activity was happening on their rural road, but they say there always seemed to be traffic.

"There is a lot of trucks up and down, but we didn't know anything about that," said Ron.

"I'm shocked," said Kelli. "Whoever the guy is, lock him up and get him out of here."

U.S. probation officers raided the compound looking for Douglas Spink who is suspected of running the operation and maintaining a Web site displaying home video of sexual abuse against animals.

Spink, a once millionaire businessman, was on parole for felony drug charges from 2005. He was convicted of transporting hundreds of pounds of cocaine through Snohomish County and served three years.

"You'd think you've seen it all in 36 years," said Whatcom County Sheriff Bill Elfo.

He says dozens of horses and dogs were seized from the compound. Some of them were so injured they had to be euthanized.

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Think of the poor picnic tables that cant even fight back like a horse could though...


Ohio police have arrested a man who was caught on tape allegedly having sex with a picnic table.

Art Price Jr., 40, of Bellevue, Ohio, was arrested after a neighbor videotaped him engaged sexually with the metal table, according to a report on FOX19.com.

Price was seen on four separate occasions, always between 10:30 a.m. and noon, having sex with the picnic table, Bellevue Police Capt. Matt Johnson told the TV station.

"The first video we had, he was completely nude," Johnson said, noting the table in question had a hole in the middle intended to hold an umbrella.

Price, a married father of three school-age kids, faces felony counts of public indecency because his house is near an elementary school, according to the report.

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In related news:

Man jailed again for having sex with horse

Horry County Police arrested a Longs man early Tuesday morning on charges that he had sex with a horse. This is the second time he's been arrested for this.

Rodell Vereen, 50, is charged with trespassing and buggery, a felony classified as an "offense against morality."

Kenley first stumbled upon Rodell Vereen in a horse stall on Thanksgiving Day in 2007. She described seeing her horse, Sugar, standing in the stall with Rodell sleeping above on some hay. She called police, but it turned out to be more than a simple trespassing.

This guy is obviously a Filly Fan :rolleyes:

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