Man Charged With Possessing Pornographic Images of Bestiality

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“Yet another pervert who is not content with harming animals to satisfy his lust, he indulges with children too! Seriously, I’ve thought about this a lot…we don’t need animal abuse registers, just add another page to the Paedophile Register; put their names on that. Seems it is often the case, where many who partake in the disgusting sick act of bestiality or enjoy abusing & hurting animals are one way or another, at some point in their sick lives; involved with criteria that means they are, or should be; put on the Paedophile Register!

“We know from history that many of the worlds worst criminals, started off abusing animals etc. The two are entwined to a certain degree; so why let history repeat it’self! Give the police a head start so they can keep an eye on those who have already hurt or abused animals & may just go on to commit a crime that warrants them being on the Paedophile Register!! “

A South Godstone man has appeared in court charged with 12 offences.

Bryan Vincent Thornhill, of Langham Road, is charged with five charges of possessing pornographic images of bestiality with a dog or horse, which was “grossly offensive, disgusting or otherwise of an obscene character”.

Bryan Vincent Thornhill

Bryan Vincent Thornhill

He is also charged with one count of possessing an extreme pornographic image.

He is also charged with six further offences which were engaging in a sexual act, while in the presence of a child under the age of 13, for sexual gratification.

Thornhill, 59, pleaded not guilty to all counts at Guildford Crown Court today (Friday).

He was released on conditional bail, with conditions not to contact directly or indirectly a named child, or to go within 50m of a named school – unless agreed by social services.

He will next appear at the same court on October 21.

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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.

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Latimer Man Already Facing Bestiality & Child Sexual Abuse; Now Faces More Charges

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“Yet another sick perverted POS that has forced himself onto animals as well as children. Most of the cases I have covered about bestiality involved some form of child sexual abuse. Which begs the question, WHEN will people realise Animal Abuse Register’s need to be mandatory in every state, town, City, Country! Why, it’s obvious why, animal abusers will move onto children, & child molesters have normally dabbled in bestiality or sodomy whatever you want to call it.

“Find a name on one register & I’ll bet that name pops up on the other! We have to protect children & animals from these dangerous psychopaths; isn’t it better to find the sexual animal abuser before they move onto children??”

LATIMER — A Latimer man who already faces charges of bestiality and three counts of second degree sexual abuse with a child under the age of 12, now faces more charges.

David Allen Baugh, 34, of Latimer, has been charged with three additional counts of seconddegree sexual abuse; two counts of lascivious acts with a child and three counts of disseminating or exhibiting obscene materials to a minor.

David Allen Baugh 34, of Latimer

Sexual Child  Abuser –  Sexual Animal Abuser

David Allen Baugh, Accused of Bestiality & Sexual Abuse

Do not forget this face – ever!!

The second round of charges stem from an alleged offence that occurred on Jan. 1, 2012.

Baugh pleaded not guilty Oct. 4; however, a plea change hearing will be held at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 29, in Franklin County District Court.

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09/15/2012 – A 34-year-old Latimer man is facing 12 charges as the result of an investigation by the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office. Six of the 12 charges against David Allen Baugh are second degree sexual abuse.

The other charges involve two counts of lascivious acts with a child, three counts of dissemination/exhibiting obscene material to a minor and one count of bestiality. Baugh was arrested earlier this month after the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office executed search warrants at two locations. This case remains under investigation. Baugh has a preliminary hearing set for Monday (Sept. 17th) at 3:30pm in Franklin County District Court with his arraignment set for October 4th.

“Now this was before the other charges had been brought in, so if he could of got 170 years…what will he get now?…although I think it’s ridiculous when the length of the sentence is way above & beyond anyone’s natural life span…so why don’t they just say life with no chance of parole…even better…Life serving 30 years on Death Row then at 30 years he meets old sparky??”

If convicted on all the charges Baugh could be sentenced to at least 170-years in prison.


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 

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Child abuse – Animal cruelty, charges filed

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TAHLEQUAHCharges have been filed in Cherokee County District Court against a Rose man accused of beating a woman and child with a whip and broom handle and forcing the child to watch as he decapitated a puppy with an ax.

Brandon Keith Hubbard, 29, faces felony counts of child abuse by injury and cruelty to animals, and a misdemeanor count of domestic assault and battery in the presence of children.

Child abuse by injury is punishable by up to life in prison and a fine of $500 to $5,000, while cruelty to animals is punishable by a fine of up to $500 and up to five years in prison.

Domestic assault and battery in the presence of minors is punishable by six months to a year in prison and a fine of up to $5,000

“This sicko definitely poses a risk to both humans & animals & should be thrown in jail for life, with no parole!”

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5 arrested after baby and 58 dogs found living in filthy Texas home – Video

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Texas –  Five family members were arrested after authorities found a 1-year-old and 58 dogs livingin filthy conditions inside a Texas home, MyFoxDFW reports.

Authorities say 48-year-old Teresa Weldon allegedly got as many as 200 dogs over the course of two years from local shelters by claiming to run an animal rescue operation.

However, the shelters began to suspect the dogs were being mistreated under Weldon’s care, and authorities began to investigate.

When authorities raided Weldon’s home, they found 58 dogs living in filthy conditions. MyFoxDFW reports the property was covered with dog feces and filth.

Authorities say 48-year-old Teresa Weldon allegedly got as many as 200 dogs over the course of two years from local shelters by claiming to run an animal rescue operation.

31 of the dogs were living in stacked crates without adequate food or water, while another 27 ran loose outside. Weldon’s 1-year-old grandson was also found in a crib in the home.

According to MyFoxDFW, the sheriff’s office said two of the dogs had to be euthanized and another five puppies died shortly after the raid.

Weldon was arrested along with her husband Harry Weldon, son Joseph Weldon and their two other children. All five face charges of child endangerment and animal cruelty.

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Child Advocates Upset About 5-year-old Living With 43 Animals

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(MOBILE, Ala.)   More controversy surrounding the apartment where 42 cats and a dog were found.

Mobile police and animal control officers responded to Country Club Woods Apartment complex yesterday after several complaints.

Two women and a 5-year old girl were living there among all the animals in that apartment.

Now, the Executive Director of the Child Advocacy Center is speaking out about the case.

He says he can’t remember a situation where this many animals were living in such a tight space, with a small child.

Pat Guyton is the Executive Director of the Child Advocacy Center in Mobile.

When he heard 42 cats and a dog were living in a one bedroom apartment with a 5-year-old child, he was disgusted.

“It’s upsetting. It’s a very unhealthy environment. Cats carry certain diseases that a child can pick up such as Cat-scratch disease, Salmonella, Roundworm,” said Guyton.

Mobile Police say cockroaches and cat feces filled the Country Club Woods apartment.

“There are even things like ringworm and other parasites that can be picked up. It places the child’s health at risk,” said Guyton.

56-year-old Linda Barnes is charged with environmental animal cruelty. Her daughter, 32-year-old Heather Barnes has not been charged, but the Department of Human Resources took custody of her 5-year-old girl.

“Studies have been done that show that people who will neglect animals will neglect children. So I think it will be important for DHR to conduct an investigation to determine if the child is being neglected,” said Guyton.

The Department of Human Resources wouldn’t comment on the case.

But police say the little girl is OK.

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Humans and Animals – We’re All Connected

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Hands Around the Courthouse event to join in on a time of reflection and awareness of the violence toward children that occurs in our own community.  Peoria County’s CASA once again sponsors this special event to help prevent child abuse

In animal welfare, workers often encounter incidents of child abuse – often because it comes in the same households as animal abuse.  Through scientific studies, experts have determined that animals often suffer first in families living in violence.  They become the silent victims for abusers, who may then escalate their violence toward children, elders, or partners.

PCAPS and the Peoria Humane Society encourage anyone who observes animal abuse to report it – not only so the animal receives help but also for the benefit of the rest of the family.  Animal control officers are mandated by law to report incidents of child abuse; conversely, social workers must report animal abuse.  In this way, intervention can occur and hopefully reduce or eliminate the violent acts against people and animals.

The Peoria Humane Society’s Core Concepts of Peace, Kindness, Responsibility, and Respect provide the building blocks to a safer, non-violent community.  Please join child welfare and animal welfare advocates this Friday at this special event.  Wear a blue shirt to show your support of these efforts to stop the violence.  For more information, go

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