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Just thinking about it makes me sick, I mean I understand being horny, I understand being lonely, I understand loving your pet as if it is one of your family BUT it’s an ANIMAL!!!!
Can’t you just but a hooker for a few minutes, can you google how to make a “wet Suzie” , can you at least just watch animal videos and release yourself….SMH
Seattle PI – Last week’s animal-abuse arrest of a convicted cocaine smuggler wasn’t the first time authorities had found something linking him to bestiality.
A Monroe police commander said Monday that when Douglas Spink’s sport utility vehicle was pulled over in 2005, Spink was strangely protective of a female German shepherd that was with him, and he had stickers on the car indicating he was an animal-man-love activist.
Cmdr. Steve Clopp said investigators didn’t bother with those clues because they had much more pressing concerns, namely the 372 pounds of cocaine in the SUV.
“It struck us all as very odd,” Clopp said. “We really hadn’t ever dealt with it before. I mean, you’re driving around with 169 kilos of cocaine, you might be concerned with yourself or the predicament you’re in. But he was just really concerned with the dog.”
Spink, once a wealthy entrepreneur in Oregon, received a three-year sentence in the smuggling case because he cooperated and helped bring down local kingpin Robert Kesling, who’s serving 17 years.
After doing his time, Spink moved to a crudely built compound in Whatcom County, near the Canadian border. He was arrested last week on charges of violating the terms of his supervised release from prison by engaging in animal cruelty and withholding information from probation officers about his travel and assets.
His lawyer insists there’s no evidence Spink engaged in bestiality.
A 51-year-old tourist from Great Britain was on the property and was arrested for investigation of bestiality after agents found videos of him abusing dogs. Investigators seized dozens of animals from the compound – horses, dogs and mice.
According to documents filed in Whatcom County Superior Court on Monday as part of the case against the tourist, Spink was running a bestiality-themed Web site from the compound.
Investigators also said it appeared Spink operated a farm where visitors could engage in twisted sex acts with animals, and they said they found images of child pornography there.
Spink has not been charged with any bestiality or child porn charges, only with violating the terms of his supervised release. He appeared in U.S. District Court in Seattle on Friday and was ordered detained pending a hearing set for April 30.
Spink was pulled over in 2005 after investigators watched five suitcases of cocaine being loaded into his Chevy Tahoe. Clopp, a sergeant at the time, was a narcotics K-9 officer and took part in the search of the vehicle.
He said the initials written on the SUV’s stickers were not obviously connected to bestiality. In fact, agents researched them in case they were signals of legitimacy to other smugglers.
That’s when they learned the stickers concerned groups devoted to animal-human love, Clopp said.
“Who puts stickers on their cars – even covertly – saying you’re into bestiality?” he asked.
Now that’s what I’m talking about!!! LOL I am just kidding but geez can you imagine? I’d have to move out of the country…
DAILY MAIL UK – A woman has become the first person to be banned from buying or drinking alcohol anywhere in England and Wales.
Laura Hall, 20, was issued with a Drinking Banning Order – nicknamed Booze Asbos – which bars her from entering any pub, club, off-licence or bar.
The two-year order also bans Hall from buying alcohol at any other establishment or shop, carrying it in an unsealed container or drinking it in a public place.
Police applied to magistrates after Hall was convicted of breaching an Asbo imposed for drink-related anti-social behaviour.
She has been convicted of a series of public order offences, and had flouted bans from pubs and clubs through local Pub-Watch schemes in her home town of Bromsgrove, Worcestershire.
Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court heard yesterday that Hall faces a £2,500 fine if she breaks the conditions of the order.
Sergeant David Roberts, of West Mercia Police, said: ‘There have been some Drinking Banning Orders issued already but this is the first to be issued on a nationwide basis.
‘It bans Laura Hall from drinking or buying alcohol in any licensed premises across England and Wales. The conditions will also help to protect the public from the anti-social effects of Laura’s behaviour.’
Officers applied for a DBO rather than another Asbo because Hall would be at risk of prison if she breached it again.
‘We want to rehabilitate her rather than send her straight to jail, and hope the banning order will help Laura address her problems,’ he said.
Under the terms of the order, Hall must attend an approved alcohol-misuse course. If she completes it without breaching any of its terms, the DBO could be lifted after 12 months.
Since their introduction in September, police and local authorities can ask magistrates to impose the orders on anyone responsible for alcohol-fuelled crime or anti- social behaviour to stop them drinking or entering licensed premises.
They cannot be issued to anyone with mental health problems or alcoholics.
But Rachel Seabrook, spokesman for the Institute of Alcohol Studies, said: ‘I think most of the disorder problems we see around alcohol reflects a lack of police enforcement powers and policing laws.
‘I am not opposed in principle but I do have doubts about whether it’s a realistic thing to enforce. How can a police officer in, say Wales, know whether this women has been banned if she turns up in his town?’
A study by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation last year found that female binge drinking had almost doubled over the last decade. According to Government statistics, the number of women involved in alcohol-related crime rose 30 per cent between 2005 and 2007.