“WTF…his fourth felony…when will judges grow some bloody balls & start dishing out sentences that actually have some affect, at the first offence?? This is kind of like ‘told you so’.  This fxxxxxg ugly knob Jokey needs to be monitored at all times; definitely no contact with any animals in the future, period!! I’m sick of posting about repeat sex offenders & seeing shop lifters receiving more severe sentences etc.!”

“I really hope the Judges that this perv has previously stood before; feel really embarrassed at letting a sexual pervert…re-offend!! God help them if  he had chosen a small child!. Had that been the case, then the afore-mentioned Judges should be made to stand trial; for their appalling poor judgement & lack of action, in protecting the public from a sexual predator!” 

GRAND RAPIDS, MI — A Cedar Springs man faces a possible life sentence after he was charged with sodomy this week for allegedly having sex with a dog, his fourth felony offence. “Never mind ‘Possible’…defo! Do people not care about the suffering of the animals? How is the dog? no mention of that! If they had a voice they would be screaming!!”

Charles Horton

Charles Ralph Horton, 57, is lodged in the Kent County Jail on a $500,000 cash/surety bond. If released, he must remain at home on a tethering device, a judge stipulated at Horton’s arraignment this week.

The sexual contact, with a lab/shepherd mix, occurred from August through November 2012 at locations on Lexington Avenue and 20 Mile Road Northwest, police say.

In court records, authorities called the act an “abominable and detestable crime.”

“The defendant was a person whose sexual behaviour was characterized by repetitive acts which indicate a disregard of the consequences or the recognized rights of others,” records say. “There is a clue in that sentence, for any judge too bloody to notice prior offences… REPETITIVE!!” 

Horton was previously convicted of second-degree criminal sexual conduct in Muskegon County in 1991.

Records show convictions of burglary and breaking and entering, in the 1980s.

News Link:-http://www.mlive.com/news/grand-rapids/index.ssf/2013/01/cedar_springs_man_again_faces.html

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