Woman Has Sex With Dog, Boyfriend Photographs

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“Sick & perverted; I just feel sorry for her child when she grows up & someone tells her what mummy did with a dog!” 

Samantha Golt and her boyfriend James Crow had a preliminary hearing Friday for their case in bestiality, where Golt had sex with a dog and Crow photographed it.

Samantha L. Golt, 24, and James P. Crow, 25, were each charged with one count of felony bestiality and one count of felony second-degree conspiracy.

According to Golt’s Facebook page she is the owner of three dogs, including pit bulls and pit bull mixes. She is also the mother of a 4-year-old girl.

Police say the sexual acts occurred in the woman’s home and that her boyfriend was also arrested for taking photos.

The investigation began last month when troopers received a “canine abuse tipfrom a concerned neighbour on Dec. 28, Delaware State Police Master Corporal Gary E. Fournier told The Huffington Post via email. 

Authorities believe the offence occurred in Golt’s Wilford, Del. home sometime between August 31, 2012 and December 29, 2012.

Police confirmed Golt’s identity when Crow’s photographs were removed from the home as evidence and compared to her driver’s license photo.

On Wednesday, state police issued the couple an order to have no contact with any animalDelaware State News reported. Authorities contacted the Kent County SPCA when the investigation began.

Golt and Crow were released after posting $12,000 bail apiece. According to NBC10 Philadelphia, Golt refused to comment when contacted Friday morning.

Golt allegedly hung up on a reporter when contacted at her home early Friday morning. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for today in the Kent County Court of Common Pleas in Dover.

News Link:-http://www.examiner.com/article/woman-has-sex-with-dog-boyfriend-photographs

Groups assail bill that would criminalize filming farm animals | The Salt Lake Tribune

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The Utah Humane Society opposes a bill that would make it a crime to videotape or photograph agricultural operations without permission from owners, saying the legislation would have a chilling effect on stopping animal abuse.

HB187, which passed the House on a 60-to-14 vote last week, is before the Senate.

Rep. John Mathis, R-Vernal, said his bill is intended to stop groups such as People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals from taking what he described as distorted videos alleging animal abuse.

PETA spokesman Jeremy Beckham said photographs and videotapes “often are the best tools we can give to law enforcement” in uncovering animal abuses in factory farms. He said several covert operations in other states have lead to criminal charges.

“The Utah bill would help protect abusers,” he said.

Gene Baierschmidt, executive director of the Utah Human Society, said the bill would discourage “individuals from obtaining the documentation required by government officials and law enforcement authorities to address possible animal cruelty cases.

via Groups assail bill that would criminalize filming farm animals | The Salt Lake Tribune.

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