Benson Man Acused Of Sex With Dog

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“WTF is wrong with these people? This is sick & this guy should pay big time for his crimes, not only against a sentient being but also against his children. GOD I hope they leave the prison doors open, just long enough for other inmates to show their disgrace & disgust at his unspeakable crime!”

SMITHFIELD, N.C. (WTVD) — A Johnston County man is behind bars for allegedly having sex with his dog. 

David Lee Carter (Image courtesy Johnston County Sheriff’s Office)

According to search warrants obtained by ABC11, David Lee Carter of Benson was arrested on several counts of crimes against nature along with indecent liberties with a child.

They say Carter “will-fully and feloniously did commit the abominable and detestable crime against nature with a male canine, family pet named ‘Drake‘, (one and half year old Boxer.)”

Deputies told ABC11 they began investigating the 25 year old on Tuesday. They said Carter is charged with indecent liberties because he allegedly had sex with the dog in front of a child.

Carter was in the Johnston County jail.

News Link:http://abclocal.go.com/wtvd/story?section=news/local&id=9334570

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A Proposed Law Would Handle Animal Abusers Appropriately Without it: It’s A Judges Choice!

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” Everybody should read this…especially those in the position of dealing with animals abusers!! I was always told ‘Prevention is better than cure’. So to prevent a crime in the future, one has to deal with the culprit in the here & now! But the Judicial system is not dealing with animal abusers/killers as they should…why not?”

“It would also help if there was a National Animal Abuse database!  Animal abusers could well be future killers…so stop with the ‘slap on the wrist & the suspended sentences’ they do jack shit to prevent the culprit committing future crimes…as is well known & documented. What is said here should apply to the whole world when it comes to dealing with animal abuse!!”

The man who is charged with setting fire to a cat in Bucks County must be severely punished for such a heinous crime (“Bucks man accused of burning cat can keep 2d,” Feb. 2). In addition, he must be prevented from having any contact with any other animals, even if it means depriving his son of another kitten that has been living in the home.

Animal abuse is an ominous sign. In Deadly Serious, which offers an FBI perspective on animal cruelty, Special Agent Alan Brantley recounted numerous profiles of violent criminals who had histories of animal abuse. From interviews with other agents, he found that about half of those in prison for murder had maimed and tortured animals while youths. And almost all serial killers abused animals as children. 

The psychological literature is replete with major studies that have identified the animal/human violence link. When animals are abused, people are at risk. The man who kicks the dog is just warming up. Nine of 10 abusers are male. A batterer’s first victim is often a pet. Among the men involved in both animal and human violence, the most common charges were domestic violence and child abuse. These inseparable forms of abuse must be fought as one battle.

Animal abuse is a national tragedy. We suffer from a myopia regarding the far-reaching implication. The time for corrective measures is overdue. I would suggest a nationwide campaign aimed at treating animal abuse as the serious crime it is. Until the abusers are treated like the criminals they are, we won’t change society’s attitude about the unspeakable nature of this pernicious behaviour. Animal abuse is a warning sign to be heeded. It is not a trivial matter.

Brantley emphasizes the need for stronger anti-cruelty laws and more aggressive enforcement. In a survey commissioned by the Humane Society of the United States in 1997, more than 80 percent of the respondents favoured this concept.

Also, psychiatric intervention is fundamental. Animal cruelty may indicate a family in need of professional help. It may be a symptom of a deeply disturbed family.

The tangled web of animal abuse cannot be isolated. Eighteenth-century philosopher Immanuel Kant said, “He who is cruel to animals become hard also in his dealings with men.” Animal abuse often opens the door to persistent antisocial behaviour toward humans. One’s environment does not excuse this behaviour; it only explains it.

Now we have children killing children. Too often, these youngsters show early and prolific histories of animal abuse. Anthropologist Margaret Mead said, “One of the most dangerous things that can happen to a child is to kill or torture an animal and get away with it.” Stepping in at an early point may very well break the vicious cycle of family violence.

I would urge all Pennsylvanians to contact their state senators and urge passage of House Bill 709, which has already won unanimous approval in the House. The bill, now before the full Senate for a vote, would strengthen the state’s animal-cruelty law in two ways:

Anyone convicted of cruelty to a cat or dog for a second or subsequent time would be guilty of a third-degree misdemeanor, punishable by up to one year in jail and a $2,500 fine. Now, each cat- or dog-cruelty offence is considered a summary violation, punishable by up to 90 days in prison and a $300 fine.

Upon sentencing, the trial judge would be empowered to prohibit or limit the offender from owning, controlling or having custody of animals – or to prevent his or her employment in the business of animal care.

These restrictions could be imposed for the statutory maximum term of imprisonment applicable to the offence  even if the offender were sentenced to less than the full term. Now, such restrictions, as in the case of the Bucks County case, can be imposed by a judge only as a condition of bail.

This law would send another firm message that society will not tolerate animal abusers.

Bridget W. Irons lives in the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia.

News Link:-http://articles.philly.com/2004-02-13/news/25374740_1_animal-abuse-animal-and-human-violence-animal-cruelty/2

Police hunt sick animal-hater who has been scattering cooked sausages spiked with NAILS & GLASS

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“WTF…Un-fxxxxxg-believable!! There is one sick SOB out there, who is more than bloody stupid they are would be killers…aside from the dogs, whose true intentions the sausages are for; did this stupid MF-ing knob head or knob heads; think about small kids?? OR are they out to get toddlers too…Fxxxxxg idiotic pathetic twat’s!! I sure hope their day is soon up & the judge they stand in front of has some Fxxx Off Big Balls!!”

“Anyone who know’s anything about this, please I urge you to contact police, you don’t have to give your name, just the name of the prat that has/is putting dogs & toddlers lives at risk…do you really want the death of a child on your conscience?? if not…DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE & AN INNOCENT LIFE IS LOST!!!”

  • Pet owners on alert after walkers make horrifying find
  • A vet says the intention is to kill and the traps would cause a ‘slow death’
  • One dog lover found more than 40 scattered in field

An animal-hater is spiking sausages with nails to scatter them on playing fields for dogs.

Police issued a warning today after dog walkers discovered the sausages embedded with nails as their pets sniffed the deadly treats.

The dog hater littered a popular dog-walking spot in Abergavenny, South Wales, with cooked cocktail sausages, each one spiked with nine metal nails pushed inside.

Vet Ben Hynes was warned about the cruel campaign of terror by concerned dog owners.

Cruel: Dog walkers in Abergavenny in Wales were horrified to discover inch-long nails in sausages scattered in a field

Mr Hynes said: ‘I was shocked and appalled at what I was shown. ‘Had it not been for these extremely observant people out walking their own dogs, we could have easily seen a spate of dogs facing a slow, but certain death.

‘Luckily we haven’t had any emergencies but if we had, the animals would have been suffering from vomiting, bleeding and I have no doubt the result would have been fatal.

‘There is absolutely no way that this can be anything other than the intention to kill animals.’ One shocked dog walker, who asked not to be named, said he noticed the sun reflecting off a nail in one of the sausages.

He said: ‘My dog, which was on a lead, started to sniff at a sausage on the ground, but I immediately pulled him back when I saw something shining back at me.

‘On closer inspection I realised that it had about nine or ten nails in it and thought that this was no coincidence as I was aware of a similar incident in the past involving shards of glass.

Horrific: One dog owner found around 40 of the sausages scattered through the area, which is popular with pet owners

‘I looked around and found a lot more of these sausages – I must have collected close to 40. ‘I appreciate not everybody likes dogs, but to react in this manner is not the way to deal with the problem.

‘I have been extra diligent while out walking my dogs since as I believe it would have caused a slow death in the animal.’

The issue has been raised with police and warnings were sent to dog owners in the area through the Neighbourhood Watch and local vets.

A police spokesman said: ‘This is a very worrying incident, especially as they are being left on playing fields where not only dogs but children could be harmed by these sausages.

Caution: Dog owners have been warned by police to be diligent when out with their pets. File picture

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Police: Glendale Woman Stabs Dog Several Times Near Eyes

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A 42-year-old Glendale woman faces animal cruelty charges after she stabbed her Shiba Inu dog multiple times around its eyes while she was high on cough syrup, authorities said. “Jesus, what the hell does her cough syrup contain?? 

Merry Jane Clift pleaded not guilty Wednesday to one felony count of animal cruelty after the alleged attack on her dog, “Huckleberry,” on Dec. 28, according to a Los Angeles County Superior Court criminal complaint.

The dog, which is in stable condition and “doing quite well,” is under quarantine at the Pasadena Humane Society, where the eye wounds were treated, spokeswoman Ricky Whitman said.

“It’s a very sad situation,” she said, adding that the dog was in a safe area away from the public. “Lets all pray this little guy pulls through from hid horrific ordeal”

Animal control officials are looking for a behaviorist to work with the dog, which appears to be depressed and withdrawn due to the trauma, Whitman said. She added that animal control officials were working with the dog, which she described as “very nice,” to make sure its stay at the shelter was as comfortable as possible. “Poor little guy, I would be bloody traumatized if someone stabbed me in the head!”

“The dog will not be returned to this woman,” she said.

Clift was arrested about 2:14 a.m. Dec. 28 after police arrived at a building in the 100 block of Carr Drive. A neighbour told police Clift was banging on her apartment door and begging residents to kill her, according to Glendale police. “They should have carried out her request!”

When police walked into the apartment building, they noticed a trail of blood to Clift’s apartment. Then the small brown dog stumbled up a set of stairs and stopped in front of the officers, who noticed several deep cuts on its face.

Clift, meanwhile, was sitting on the hallway floor of her apartment, police said. There they allegedly found a bloodied kitchen knife with a 10-inch blade and blood throughout the apartment.

Clift allegedly told officers that she had slept only two hours that night when she woke up and began stabbing her dog in the face with the knife. “Well it’s not the normal thing to do when you wake up in the night, usually it’s for a pee…Besides who the hell takes a 10″ Kitchen knife to bed with them? This woman is obviously cuckoo & needs locking up for the protection of others!”

She claimed to be going through a difficult time due to child custody issues, but later recanted her story and claimed not to remember what happened due to a psychotic episode, police said. “We all go through tough times but don’t wake up & stab our bloody dogs..she is crazy!”

Clift was arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty and was taken to Glendale Adventist Medical Center, where hospital officials discovered a possible dog bite on her left arm, police said. “Well I would expect her to have more dog bites, the poor thing was defending himself…I just hope she doesn’t turn this around & say she did it because she woke up & was being attacked by the dog!”

Whitman said an out-of-state family member of Clift’s has shown interest in the dog, but animal control officials are working with police to authorize any moves. “That’s a bad move, if the dog goes to a family friend, she could see it whenever she feels like it…it should be adopted into a new loving home, where it can recover from the trauma Clift caused it!”

Child abuse and endangerment charges were filed against Clift in January 2012 in a separate case, which is still pending, according to Los Angeles County Superior Court records. She also faces public intoxication charges stemming from cases filed in December 2011 and January 2012, according to court records. “Ahhh, it’s all coming out now, this woman is a danger to society & should be jailed!”

Clift, who listed her profession as a writer in police records, remained jailed Thursday afternoon in lieu of a $40,000 bond, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

She is scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 10 to set a date for her preliminary hearing. “Fingers crossed she is locked up, but going on past cases, she will probably get her hands slapped…I have lost all faith in the judicial system…the public should be protected from people like this, not bump into them at the pub!”

News Link:-http://articles.glendalenewspress.com/2013-01-03/news/tn-gnp-0104-woman-stabs-dog-near-eyes-police-say_1_animal-cruelty-dog-multiple-times-kitchen-knife

Bond Increased For Camp Lejeune Marine Arrested For Crimes Against Nature

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“More information about this perverted sexual predator, is in the video link below…sorry but as usual the crap program Lockerz won’t let me add it! Therefore I have posted the video separately to Twitter & Facebook

Deputies say on November 15th a Jones County CPS Deputy received information from both a concerned citizen and Onslow County DSS that accused the Marine of inappropriate sexual behaviour with neighbourhood dogs.

He’s also accused of viewing internet pornography in the presence of his minor children.

http://www2.wnct.com/mgmedia/image/142/147/215863/marc-david-harpel/

TRENTON, N.C. – A Camp Lejeune Marine is behind bars for crimes against nature.

30-year-old Marc David Harpel of Maysville, was arrested and charged with seven (7) counts of Crimes Against Nature (F), and seven (7) counts of solicitation for crimes against nature (M).

He made his first court appearance Friday. Harpel’s bond was increased from $14,000 to $25,000.  More charges are pending for the Marine.

Investigation into the allegations is ongoing.

“I will try to bring you more news on this, the video has a lot more spoken content!”

Video & News Link:-http://www2.wnct.com/news/2012/nov/27/6/camp-lejeune-marine-arrested-crimes-against-nature-ar-2814262/

Child Porn Charges Dismissed, Bestiality Charge Added In N.S. Case

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” Regards only this subject:The news that Germany is set to tighten its laws against bestiality in a bid to improve animal welfare; has been very welcomed indeed. Now we need other states to follow suit, so perverted hands will never touch an animal again; so please, keep signing the petitions & spreading the news. 

 I take no pleasure whatsoever in posting these sickening news items…however, I feel people have a right to know! Also, I/we can get over the initial shock, but the victims i.e. children & animals have to live with their memories, forever!! Also why shouldn’t these people be named & shamed? I would want to know if living next to a person who likes to copulate with animals.”

“This case exemplifies how the 2 offences often go hand in hand! It brings to light the issue I have already touched on, that many paedophiles  often started off  & keep an interest in bestiality etc. but also then prey on children. We don’t have a clue how many paedophiles also rape animals & vice versa!

According to the FBI, those who harm animals are four times more likely to commit violence against other people.  This violence includes rape, serial murder, and other very serious offences   An Animal Abuser Registry prevents these perpetrators from hiding their potentially deadly behaviour, ensuring a safer, less violent county for all.  so we must try to get the Animal Abuse Register implemented in all Country’s alongside the Paedophile registry!!.”

 Child pornography charges against a Nova Scotia photographer has been dismissed because police took too long to examine his computer.

However, New Glasgow resident Earle MacDonald is now accused of a different sex crime.

Police seized MacDonald’s photography equipment and computers in Feb. 2011.

He was charged with possessing, accessing and distributing child pornography four months later.

The computers were sent to a police lab for a full analysis, but it took 15 months before the forensic report was ready.

The courts say that is simply too long and today Nova Scotia’s Internet Prosecution team dismissed the charges due to unreasonable delay.

“But really this was a matter of, not if this could happen, but when this was going to happen,” says Crown attorney Craig Botterill.

“This is just the symptom of the growing pains in this particular field of law enforcement. The proliferation of Internet crimes against children is something we’re all struggling with keeping up with.”

Botterill says police resources have increased since the charges were laid and this kind of decision should not happen again.

MacDonald offered little comment as he left the Pictou courtroom Thursday, but his lawyer says the judge’s message to the police lab is clear.

“When computers are sent to them for analysis, they must deal with it,” says Rob Sutherland.

MacDonald was issued a stay of proceedings on the child pornography charges just before the hearing Thursday morning.

However, he was also charged with an additional offence – one count of bestiality.

“The language of the charge itself alleges that this was sex between the accused and a dog,” says Botterill.

MacDonald is due back in court Dec. 17 to answer to the bestiality charge.

News Linkhttp://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/child-porn-charges-dismissed-bestiality-charge-added-in-n-s-case-1.1020924

“Please sign & pass on this petition to get Animal Abuse Registry’s up & running, we must do all we can to protect the animals & children from the perverted.”

Petition:-http://org2.democracyinaction.org/o/5154/p/dia/action/public/?action_KEY=1683

Click here for the petition: “PETITION: Federal Definition of Bestiality as Obscene and Federal Crime.”

Click here to sign the petition: “Prohibition of Bestiality video creation and distribution; other protections against exploitation.”

Click here to sign the petition: “Ban Bestiality.”

Click here to sign the petition: “Bestiality in our State is an embarrassment.”

Click here to sign the petition: “Stop Military Bestiality!”

Click here to sign the petition: “Protect Animals From Being Raped and Make Bestiality a Felony in Ohio!”

Click here for the petition: “Governor: Make Bestiality Illegal in Connecticut.”

Click here for the Facebook page: Furries against bestiality and animal abuse.

Click here for the August 2011 article: “States where bestiality (sex with animals) is legal.”

Accused of making indecent child images

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“WTF…its all getting a bit too much now…again this is predominantly about child abuse but do you see how child abuse & bestiality go hand  in hand…it’s so common, one can almost guarantee that if someone has or is about to abuse a child, they will have raped an animal first…sadistic Neanderthals. We have got to push for the Animal Abuse Register to become law. Think how many children could be saved because that perpetrators name was on the afore mentioned list, therefore cops were watching him!”

“Do you know the one thing that brings child abuse & bestiality together?? Animals can’t speak & children are so traumatised by the event that they find it hard if ever, to talk about it…the voiceless & the innocent! I think they should just chop their F-ing dicks & balls off & make them wear them as earrings to identify themselves…along with the word PERVERT inked across their foreheads!””

A Long Sutton man has appeared in court charged with making and possessing indecent images of children. 

Michal Jasiak (40), of High Street, Long Sutton, faces 12 charges in total involving children aged 11 and 12 years old.

The images include those graded as the most severe ‘level five’ category, defined as sadism or bestiality. “Do you know how much I want to punch this computer screen right now? if I could afford it, it would have been smashed along time ago…this just makes me want to hurl…so why do I post them? So that those that live around the bastard are aware, that’s why…remember the name!!”

Jasiak is charged with three counts of making a ‘level one’ image of a child, three counts of making a ‘level two’ image, one count of making a ‘level three’ image, three counts of making a ‘level four’ image, and one count of making a ‘level five’ image.

He is also accused of possessing 36 images of a child – ten ‘level one’, ten ‘level two’, two ‘level three’, and 14 ‘level four’.

All the offences are alleged to have taken place in King’s Lynn between June 1 last year and April 1, 2012.

Jasiak appeared at West Norfolk Magistrates’ Court on Friday and only spoke to confirm his name and address.

The case was committed to Norwich Crown Court for a preliminary hearing on December 7th. “Don’t worry I will watch out for this name!”

He was released on conditional bail until then. “Jesus Christ, why not give him a job in  a nursery while they wait…do these people have no F-ing brains?? These people are hooked, it’s a habit & they need regular fixes. If he gets the chance he will be up to his old tricks…as soon as he gets the chance. He may be a bit more wary but what’s to stop him getting his kicks some other way 

News Link:-http://www.spaldingtoday.co.uk/news/latest-news/accused-of-making-indecent-child-images-1-4470981

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