Friday, July 22, 2005

Charges Against Teen Upgraded After Dog He Allegedly Raped Dies

Is it really too much to hope for that people just don't have sex with animals? It doesn't seem like an unreasonable expectation to me.

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D. said...

Disgusting. And look at the picture of the kid; he's lucky if he's got an IQ over 4. From the way the story is written, it sounds like the poor dog's owners just sat there and watched it happen. They ought to be charged, too. Sick, irresponsible bastards.

Me4Prez said...

I have threatened to tie the neighbor kids down and throw baseballs at them when they try to hit my dog with something, I couldn't imagine what I would do walking up on this guy.

somewaterytart said...

If you don't mind, I refer you to a lovely poem by James Dickey that I posted awhile back. Some good advice when one is trying to avoid beastiality...

John Howard said...

I hate poetry.

somewaterytart said...

Do you hate ice cream and babies too?

sumo said...

The kid looks like he comes from banjo country...deliver us from such evil. he deserves to die in an automatic wank machine. I would think that something more could have been done for the dog. The owners probably wouldn't pay for it and I think they are the bastards too. If I had found him like that with my dog he'd have gone to the police car without his skin. Just how sick is this little puppy?

Ol Cranky said...

note all that were raped were female (the 13 yr old, the 3 yr old and the dog) and it happened in a conservative republican state. I think Santorum, et al might want to think that liberalism and homosexuality leads to pedophilia and beastiality slant.

I think the neighbors came home to find him raping the dog and were shocked, I doubt the just watched it and did nothing (if I recall correctly, they called the police)

John Howard said...

I like babies (except ugly ones) and ice cream. But they clearly belong in a different category than poetry.

John Howard said...

Good point, cranky, I thought people were being a little hard on the owners. I'm sure they did everything they could.

Robert Bayn said...

Man that must have been one hell of a fuck to kill the dog.

somewaterytart said...

Violently resisting urge to launch into "why poetry is important" diatribe. Though an argument could be made that poetry bleeds into the novel, with the whole issue of prose poetry, and just what is poetry anyway, I think maybe this is a poem, ARGH! That slipped.

John Howard said...

I didn't say it wasn't important (although I might be tempted to), just that I hate it.

True Blue Liberal said...

Are there any stories of this sort from blue states? From cities?

It's especially interesting that James Dickey came up in this context, because the first inkling I ever had that a human might want to have sexual relations with an animal was in the red-state horror movie based on his novel, Deliverance.