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  • Sheela menulis:
    RECTORY menulis:
    I feel sorry for the horse.Imagine having been forced to penetrate that ugly old man...UGHHH!!!!

    hihihihihi

    klo umurnya panjang, rectory juga bakal tua, keriput n jelek kan?
    itu juga klo umurnya panajng lhoooo

    hihihihihihi

    The answer is yes, But being old doesn't mean being stupid.
    Im not sure about you, though.You'll probably end up being both..old and stupid. Just guessing. :idea: :idea: :idea:
  • Neo-TinMan ✭ Bronze
    Wow... itu baru namanya hardcore....
    Sebenarnya mungkin sih bisa nahan, tp kudanya ga ngerti foreplay. Jadi begitu masuk, langsung digenjot sampe ke pangkal... Gimana ga rusak...
    Pasti kerasa sampe ke paru-paru tuh....
  • lost_in_confusionlost_in_confusion ✭✭✭✭ Platinum
    RECTORY menulis:
    Sheela menulis:
    RECTORY menulis:
    I feel sorry for the horse.Imagine having been forced to penetrate that ugly old man...UGHHH!!!!

    hihihihihi

    klo umurnya panjang, rectory juga bakal tua, keriput n jelek kan?
    itu juga klo umurnya panajng lhoooo

    hihihihihihi

    The answer is yes, But being old doesn't mean being stupid.
    Im not sure about you, though.You'll probably end up being both..old and stupid. Just guessing. :idea: :idea: :idea:
    yupsss... jadi tua itu alamiah... tapi bukan berarti jadi stupid model gitu... harusnya makin tua makin bisa jaga sikap... kelakuan...pikiran... otak juga tuh... wkwkwkkwkkwk
  • marshalmarshal ✭✭✭✭ Platinum
    bravia69 menulis:
    Enumclaw Police and King County Sheriff's investigators ultimately expended little time on the case after determining no felony laws were broken. There was no convincing evidence of animal cruelty, and bestiality is not a crime in Washington. Investigators concluded that only three men were present when a 45-year-old Seattle man was killed while having sex with a horse July 2 at one of two neighboring farms where such acts took place in southeast King County. And only one suspect, James Michael Tait, 54, has been charged with a crime, first-degree trespassing, a misdemeanor.

    "The sheriff's office did not find that any [felony] crimes had been committed," says sheriff's Sgt. John Urquhart. Thus, "we didn't look too deeply into how many people had visited farm No. 1 [Tait's property] or how big an operation it was." Says Roach: "Right. What's the purpose of investigating further if there's no law against it? We're one of eight states without one. Animals are left unprotected, and it is abuse of an animal to sexually assault it." She suspects Internet chat has attracted out-of-state abusers, although all three men in the Enumclaw case were locals. "When you are dealing with the Internet," Roach says, "you just have to assume it's gone past state lines."

    Tait, a truck driver who lives near the Southeast 444th Street farm where the death occurred, pleaded not guilty and awaits trial in Burien District Court. The second farm's owner was unaware the threesome had sneaked into his barn late at night, according to the King County Prosecutor's Office. Urquhart of the sheriff's office says that "typically," men were having sex with a horse on Tait's property, "but on this particular night it is my understanding that horse wasn't particularly receptive."

    The man who died during the incident suffered a perforated colon after being penetrated by the neighbor's horse, investigators say. He also owned a horse of his own, according to the Humane Society, which says it is trying to find a foster home for the animal. "Bestiality," says local Humane Society director Robert Reder in a statement, "is an unsettling and uncomfortable topic." Nonetheless, "The people who engage in this behavior are victimizing animals."

    According to charging papers, Tait told a sheriff's deputy that he and the two other men "came to know each other as a result of their common interest in having sex with horses and other animals." Tait and the man who later died both had sex with the neighbor's horse that night, according to the charging papers. The second man died while Tait was videotaping the encounter. The tape was later shown to the couple that owns the barn so they could confirm it was their horse, known as Big Dick. Enumclaw Police turned up as many as 100 VHS videos and DVDs. But with no applicable bestiality or animal abuse laws to enforce, authorities never viewed the tapes, Urquhart says.

    Here is the video of the incident.
    http://lbn.threat.tv/mrhands.mpg

    Full story:
    http://www.seattleweekly.com/2005-11-09/news/closing-the-barn-door/
    Related story:
    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2002569751_horsesex19m.html

    Serem. :shock:

    1 kalimat aja dah...
    setiap perbuatan pasti akan menuai hasilnya...
    :lol: :lol:
    makanya klo mau berbuat dipikir2 dulu mateng2... :wink:
  • masmacho menulis:
    gila gambar video nya koq muat yah pantat orang sama pler kuda gitu eh mana gede lagi, [size=24]cece sama punya lost yang kecil aja dah merintih keenakan koq ngapain cari cari kuda[/size], yang pentingkan goyangnannya dan bisa nyangkut di prostat uh serasa deh


    Wow....Ternyata Mbakk...Kamu ama LOST........... :shock: :shock: :shock:
  • bravia69 menulis:
    Enumclaw Police and King County Sheriff's investigators ultimately expended little time on the case after determining no felony laws were broken. There was no convincing evidence of animal cruelty, and bestiality is not a crime in Washington. Investigators concluded that only three men were present when a 45-year-old Seattle man was killed while having sex with a horse July 2 at one of two neighboring farms where such acts took place in southeast King County. And only one suspect, James Michael Tait, 54, has been charged with a crime, first-degree trespassing, a misdemeanor.

    "The sheriff's office did not find that any [felony] crimes had been committed," says sheriff's Sgt. John Urquhart. Thus, "we didn't look too deeply into how many people had visited farm No. 1 [Tait's property] or how big an operation it was." Says Roach: "Right. What's the purpose of investigating further if there's no law against it? We're one of eight states without one. Animals are left unprotected, and it is abuse of an animal to sexually assault it." She suspects Internet chat has attracted out-of-state abusers, although all three men in the Enumclaw case were locals. "When you are dealing with the Internet," Roach says, "you just have to assume it's gone past state lines."

    Tait, a truck driver who lives near the Southeast 444th Street farm where the death occurred, pleaded not guilty and awaits trial in Burien District Court. The second farm's owner was unaware the threesome had sneaked into his barn late at night, according to the King County Prosecutor's Office. Urquhart of the sheriff's office says that "typically," men were having sex with a horse on Tait's property, "but on this particular night it is my understanding that horse wasn't particularly receptive."

    The man who died during the incident suffered a perforated colon after being penetrated by the neighbor's horse, investigators say. He also owned a horse of his own, according to the Humane Society, which says it is trying to find a foster home for the animal. "Bestiality," says local Humane Society director Robert Reder in a statement, "is an unsettling and uncomfortable topic." Nonetheless, "The people who engage in this behavior are victimizing animals."

    According to charging papers, Tait told a sheriff's deputy that he and the two other men "came to know each other as a result of their common interest in having sex with horses and other animals." Tait and the man who later died both had sex with the neighbor's horse that night, according to the charging papers. The second man died while Tait was videotaping the encounter. The tape was later shown to the couple that owns the barn so they could confirm it was their horse, known as Big Dick. Enumclaw Police turned up as many as 100 VHS videos and DVDs. But with no applicable bestiality or animal abuse laws to enforce, authorities never viewed the tapes, Urquhart says.

    Here is the video of the incident.
    http://lbn.threat.tv/mrhands.mpg

    Full story:
    http://www.seattleweekly.com/2005-11-09/news/closing-the-barn-door/
    Related story:
    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2002569751_horsesex19m.html

    Serem. :shock:

    Hoekkk....Freak orangnya....amit2 deh.... :evil: :evil: :evil:
  • afkaristanafkaristan ✭✭✭ Gold
    :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
    got nothing to say...
  • ShankShank ✭✭✭ Gold
    bravia69 menulis:
    Enumclaw Police and King County Sheriff's investigators ultimately expended little time on the case after determining no felony laws were broken. There was no convincing evidence of animal cruelty, and bestiality is not a crime in Washington. Investigators concluded that only three men were present when a 45-year-old Seattle man was killed while having sex with a horse July 2 at one of two neighboring farms where such acts took place in southeast King County. And only one suspect, James Michael Tait, 54, has been charged with a crime, first-degree trespassing, a misdemeanor.

    "The sheriff's office did not find that any [felony] crimes had been committed," says sheriff's Sgt. John Urquhart. Thus, "we didn't look too deeply into how many people had visited farm No. 1 [Tait's property] or how big an operation it was." Says Roach: "Right. What's the purpose of investigating further if there's no law against it? We're one of eight states without one. Animals are left unprotected, and it is abuse of an animal to sexually assault it." She suspects Internet chat has attracted out-of-state abusers, although all three men in the Enumclaw case were locals. "When you are dealing with the Internet," Roach says, "you just have to assume it's gone past state lines."

    Tait, a truck driver who lives near the Southeast 444th Street farm where the death occurred, pleaded not guilty and awaits trial in Burien District Court. The second farm's owner was unaware the threesome had sneaked into his barn late at night, according to the King County Prosecutor's Office. Urquhart of the sheriff's office says that "typically," men were having sex with a horse on Tait's property, "but on this particular night it is my understanding that horse wasn't particularly receptive."

    The man who died during the incident suffered a perforated colon after being penetrated by the neighbor's horse, investigators say. He also owned a horse of his own, according to the Humane Society, which says it is trying to find a foster home for the animal. "Bestiality," says local Humane Society director Robert Reder in a statement, "is an unsettling and uncomfortable topic." Nonetheless, "The people who engage in this behavior are victimizing animals."

    According to charging papers, Tait told a sheriff's deputy that he and the two other men "came to know each other as a result of their common interest in having sex with horses and other animals." Tait and the man who later died both had sex with the neighbor's horse that night, according to the charging papers. The second man died while Tait was videotaping the encounter. The tape was later shown to the couple that owns the barn so they could confirm it was their horse, known as Big Dick. Enumclaw Police turned up as many as 100 VHS videos and DVDs. But with no applicable bestiality or animal abuse laws to enforce, authorities never viewed the tapes, Urquhart says.

    Here is the video of the incident.
    http://lbn.threat.tv/mrhands.mpg

    Full story:
    http://www.seattleweekly.com/2005-11-09/news/closing-the-barn-door/
    Related story:
    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2002569751_horsesex19m.html

    Serem. :shock:

    WOOOOOOOOEEEEYYYY.....!
    ini Bener LINK video yang sesuai dengan beritanya?
    koq gak dilhatin klo Orangnya MATI?
    iNi mah kaya video BESTIALITY aje,,,,
    Toh ornagnya jg kagak ketahuan wajahnya gmana...!
    tapi sumpah! gw ENEK biz liat VIDEO mrhands ini, GW jadi gak NAFSU makan, GILA!! kont0L KUDA segede+se[anjang GITU dimasukin DUBUR!! Hiiiii.......Gmna GAK ROBEK tuh USUS??? jagn GIla donk!!! tapi gw sebenernya suka yang bestiality atow fisting/hardcire gtu....! amazing aj. pa ni orang gak mati atow masuk rumah sakit gara2 NAFSU pengen NGESEX aje......!
    Astagfirullohhaladziiim.... :? :shock:
  • ShankShank ✭✭✭ Gold
    bravia69 menulis:
    Enumclaw Police and King County Sheriff's investigators ultimately expended little time on the case after determining no felony laws were broken. There was no convincing evidence of animal cruelty, and bestiality is not a crime in Washington. Investigators concluded that only three men were present when a 45-year-old Seattle man was killed while having sex with a horse July 2 at one of two neighboring farms where such acts took place in southeast King County. And only one suspect, James Michael Tait, 54, has been charged with a crime, first-degree trespassing, a misdemeanor.

    "The sheriff's office did not find that any [felony] crimes had been committed," says sheriff's Sgt. John Urquhart. Thus, "we didn't look too deeply into how many people had visited farm No. 1 [Tait's property] or how big an operation it was." Says Roach: "Right. What's the purpose of investigating further if there's no law against it? We're one of eight states without one. Animals are left unprotected, and it is abuse of an animal to sexually assault it." She suspects Internet chat has attracted out-of-state abusers, although all three men in the Enumclaw case were locals. "When you are dealing with the Internet," Roach says, "you just have to assume it's gone past state lines."

    Tait, a truck driver who lives near the Southeast 444th Street farm where the death occurred, pleaded not guilty and awaits trial in Burien District Court. The second farm's owner was unaware the threesome had sneaked into his barn late at night, according to the King County Prosecutor's Office. Urquhart of the sheriff's office says that "typically," men were having sex with a horse on Tait's property, "but on this particular night it is my understanding that horse wasn't particularly receptive."

    The man who died during the incident suffered a perforated colon after being penetrated by the neighbor's horse, investigators say. He also owned a horse of his own, according to the Humane Society, which says it is trying to find a foster home for the animal. "Bestiality," says local Humane Society director Robert Reder in a statement, "is an unsettling and uncomfortable topic." Nonetheless, "The people who engage in this behavior are victimizing animals."

    According to charging papers, Tait told a sheriff's deputy that he and the two other men "came to know each other as a result of their common interest in having sex with horses and other animals." Tait and the man who later died both had sex with the neighbor's horse that night, according to the charging papers. The second man died while Tait was videotaping the encounter. The tape was later shown to the couple that owns the barn so they could confirm it was their horse, known as Big Dick. Enumclaw Police turned up as many as 100 VHS videos and DVDs. But with no applicable bestiality or animal abuse laws to enforce, authorities never viewed the tapes, Urquhart says.

    Here is the video of the incident.
    http://lbn.threat.tv/mrhands.mpg

    Full story:
    http://www.seattleweekly.com/2005-11-09/news/closing-the-barn-door/
    Related story:
    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2002569751_horsesex19m.html

    Serem. :shock:

    WOOOOOOOOEEEEYYYY.....!
    ini Bener LINK video yang sesuai dengan beritanya?
    koq gak dilhatin klo Orangnya MATI?
    iNi mah kaya video BESTIALITY aje,,,,
    Toh ornagnya jg kagak ketahuan wajahnya gmana...!
    tapi sumpah! gw ENEK biz liat VIDEO mrhands ini, GW jadi gak NAFSU makan, GILA!! kont0L KUDA segede+se[anjang GITU dimasukin DUBUR!! Hiiiii.......Gmna GAK ROBEK tuh USUS??? jagn GIla donk!!! tapi gw sebenernya suka yang bestiality atow fisting/hardcire gtu....! amazing aj. pa ni orang gak mati atow masuk rumah sakit gara2 NAFSU pengen NGESEX aje......!
    Astagfirullohhaladziiim.... :? :shock:
  • ShankShank ✭✭✭ Gold
    bravia69 menulis:
    Enumclaw Police and King County Sheriff's investigators ultimately expended little time on the case after determining no felony laws were broken. There was no convincing evidence of animal cruelty, and bestiality is not a crime in Washington. Investigators concluded that only three men were present when a 45-year-old Seattle man was killed while having sex with a horse July 2 at one of two neighboring farms where such acts took place in southeast King County. And only one suspect, James Michael Tait, 54, has been charged with a crime, first-degree trespassing, a misdemeanor.

    "The sheriff's office did not find that any [felony] crimes had been committed," says sheriff's Sgt. John Urquhart. Thus, "we didn't look too deeply into how many people had visited farm No. 1 [Tait's property] or how big an operation it was." Says Roach: "Right. What's the purpose of investigating further if there's no law against it? We're one of eight states without one. Animals are left unprotected, and it is abuse of an animal to sexually assault it." She suspects Internet chat has attracted out-of-state abusers, although all three men in the Enumclaw case were locals. "When you are dealing with the Internet," Roach says, "you just have to assume it's gone past state lines."

    Tait, a truck driver who lives near the Southeast 444th Street farm where the death occurred, pleaded not guilty and awaits trial in Burien District Court. The second farm's owner was unaware the threesome had sneaked into his barn late at night, according to the King County Prosecutor's Office. Urquhart of the sheriff's office says that "typically," men were having sex with a horse on Tait's property, "but on this particular night it is my understanding that horse wasn't particularly receptive."

    The man who died during the incident suffered a perforated colon after being penetrated by the neighbor's horse, investigators say. He also owned a horse of his own, according to the Humane Society, which says it is trying to find a foster home for the animal. "Bestiality," says local Humane Society director Robert Reder in a statement, "is an unsettling and uncomfortable topic." Nonetheless, "The people who engage in this behavior are victimizing animals."

    According to charging papers, Tait told a sheriff's deputy that he and the two other men "came to know each other as a result of their common interest in having sex with horses and other animals." Tait and the man who later died both had sex with the neighbor's horse that night, according to the charging papers. The second man died while Tait was videotaping the encounter. The tape was later shown to the couple that owns the barn so they could confirm it was their horse, known as Big Dick. Enumclaw Police turned up as many as 100 VHS videos and DVDs. But with no applicable bestiality or animal abuse laws to enforce, authorities never viewed the tapes, Urquhart says.

    Here is the video of the incident.
    http://lbn.threat.tv/mrhands.mpg

    Full story:
    http://www.seattleweekly.com/2005-11-09/news/closing-the-barn-door/
    Related story:
    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2002569751_horsesex19m.html

    Serem. :shock:

    WOOOOOOOOEEEEYYYY.....!
    ini Bener LINK video yang sesuai dengan beritanya?
    koq gak dilhatin klo Orangnya MATI?
    iNi mah kaya video BESTIALITY aje,,,,
    Toh ornagnya jg kagak ketahuan wajahnya gmana...!
    tapi sumpah! gw ENEK biz liat VIDEO mrhands ini, GW jadi gak NAFSU makan, GILA!! kont0L KUDA segede+se[anjang GITU dimasukin DUBUR!! Hiiiii.......Gmna GAK ROBEK tuh USUS??? jagn GIla donk!!! tapi gw sebenernya suka yang bestiality atow fisting/hardcire gtu....! amazing aj. pa ni orang gak mati atow masuk rumah sakit gara2 NAFSU pengen NGESEX aje......!
    Astagfirullohhaladziiim.... :? :shock:
  • ShankShank ✭✭✭ Gold
    bravia69 menulis:
    Enumclaw Police and King County Sheriff's investigators ultimately expended little time on the case after determining no felony laws were broken. There was no convincing evidence of animal cruelty, and bestiality is not a crime in Washington. Investigators concluded that only three men were present when a 45-year-old Seattle man was killed while having sex with a horse July 2 at one of two neighboring farms where such acts took place in southeast King County. And only one suspect, James Michael Tait, 54, has been charged with a crime, first-degree trespassing, a misdemeanor.

    "The sheriff's office did not find that any [felony] crimes had been committed," says sheriff's Sgt. John Urquhart. Thus, "we didn't look too deeply into how many people had visited farm No. 1 [Tait's property] or how big an operation it was." Says Roach: "Right. What's the purpose of investigating further if there's no law against it? We're one of eight states without one. Animals are left unprotected, and it is abuse of an animal to sexually assault it." She suspects Internet chat has attracted out-of-state abusers, although all three men in the Enumclaw case were locals. "When you are dealing with the Internet," Roach says, "you just have to assume it's gone past state lines."

    Tait, a truck driver who lives near the Southeast 444th Street farm where the death occurred, pleaded not guilty and awaits trial in Burien District Court. The second farm's owner was unaware the threesome had sneaked into his barn late at night, according to the King County Prosecutor's Office. Urquhart of the sheriff's office says that "typically," men were having sex with a horse on Tait's property, "but on this particular night it is my understanding that horse wasn't particularly receptive."

    The man who died during the incident suffered a perforated colon after being penetrated by the neighbor's horse, investigators say. He also owned a horse of his own, according to the Humane Society, which says it is trying to find a foster home for the animal. "Bestiality," says local Humane Society director Robert Reder in a statement, "is an unsettling and uncomfortable topic." Nonetheless, "The people who engage in this behavior are victimizing animals."

    According to charging papers, Tait told a sheriff's deputy that he and the two other men "came to know each other as a result of their common interest in having sex with horses and other animals." Tait and the man who later died both had sex with the neighbor's horse that night, according to the charging papers. The second man died while Tait was videotaping the encounter. The tape was later shown to the couple that owns the barn so they could confirm it was their horse, known as Big Dick. Enumclaw Police turned up as many as 100 VHS videos and DVDs. But with no applicable bestiality or animal abuse laws to enforce, authorities never viewed the tapes, Urquhart says.

    Here is the video of the incident.
    http://lbn.threat.tv/mrhands.mpg

    Full story:
    http://www.seattleweekly.com/2005-11-09/news/closing-the-barn-door/
    Related story:
    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2002569751_horsesex19m.html

    Serem. :shock:

    WOOOOOOOOEEEEYYYY.....!
    ini Bener LINK video yang sesuai dengan beritanya?
    koq gak dilhatin klo Orangnya MATI?
    iNi mah kaya video BESTIALITY aje,,,,
    Toh ornagnya jg kagak ketahuan wajahnya gmana...!
    tapi sumpah! gw ENEK biz liat VIDEO mrhands ini, GW jadi gak NAFSU makan, GILA!! kont0L KUDA segede+se[anjang GITU dimasukin DUBUR!! Hiiiii.......Gmna GAK ROBEK tuh USUS??? jagn GIla donk!!! tapi gw sebenernya suka yang bestiality atow fisting/hardcire gtu....! amazing aj. pa ni orang gak mati atow masuk rumah sakit gara2 NAFSU pengen NGESEX aje......!
    Astagfirullohhaladziiim.... :? :shock:
  • ShankShank ✭✭✭ Gold
    bravia69 menulis:
    Enumclaw Police and King County Sheriff's investigators ultimately expended little time on the case after determining no felony laws were broken. There was no convincing evidence of animal cruelty, and bestiality is not a crime in Washington. Investigators concluded that only three men were present when a 45-year-old Seattle man was killed while having sex with a horse July 2 at one of two neighboring farms where such acts took place in southeast King County. And only one suspect, James Michael Tait, 54, has been charged with a crime, first-degree trespassing, a misdemeanor.

    "The sheriff's office did not find that any [felony] crimes had been committed," says sheriff's Sgt. John Urquhart. Thus, "we didn't look too deeply into how many people had visited farm No. 1 [Tait's property] or how big an operation it was." Says Roach: "Right. What's the purpose of investigating further if there's no law against it? We're one of eight states without one. Animals are left unprotected, and it is abuse of an animal to sexually assault it." She suspects Internet chat has attracted out-of-state abusers, although all three men in the Enumclaw case were locals. "When you are dealing with the Internet," Roach says, "you just have to assume it's gone past state lines."

    Tait, a truck driver who lives near the Southeast 444th Street farm where the death occurred, pleaded not guilty and awaits trial in Burien District Court. The second farm's owner was unaware the threesome had sneaked into his barn late at night, according to the King County Prosecutor's Office. Urquhart of the sheriff's office says that "typically," men were having sex with a horse on Tait's property, "but on this particular night it is my understanding that horse wasn't particularly receptive."

    The man who died during the incident suffered a perforated colon after being penetrated by the neighbor's horse, investigators say. He also owned a horse of his own, according to the Humane Society, which says it is trying to find a foster home for the animal. "Bestiality," says local Humane Society director Robert Reder in a statement, "is an unsettling and uncomfortable topic." Nonetheless, "The people who engage in this behavior are victimizing animals."

    According to charging papers, Tait told a sheriff's deputy that he and the two other men "came to know each other as a result of their common interest in having sex with horses and other animals." Tait and the man who later died both had sex with the neighbor's horse that night, according to the charging papers. The second man died while Tait was videotaping the encounter. The tape was later shown to the couple that owns the barn so they could confirm it was their horse, known as Big Dick. Enumclaw Police turned up as many as 100 VHS videos and DVDs. But with no applicable bestiality or animal abuse laws to enforce, authorities never viewed the tapes, Urquhart says.

    Here is the video of the incident.
    http://lbn.threat.tv/mrhands.mpg

    Full story:
    http://www.seattleweekly.com/2005-11-09/news/closing-the-barn-door/
    Related story:
    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2002569751_horsesex19m.html

    Serem. :shock:

    WOOOOOOOOEEEEYYYY.....!
    ini Bener LINK video yang sesuai dengan beritanya?
    koq gak dilhatin klo Orangnya MATI?
    iNi mah kaya video BESTIALITY aje,,,,
    Toh ornagnya jg kagak ketahuan wajahnya gmana...!
    tapi sumpah! gw ENEK biz liat VIDEO mrhands ini, GW jadi gak NAFSU makan, GILA!! kont0L KUDA segede+se[anjang GITU dimasukin DUBUR!! Hiiiii.......Gmna GAK ROBEK tuh USUS??? jagn GIla donk!!! tapi gw sebenernya suka yang bestiality atow fisting/hardcire gtu....! amazing aj. pa ni orang gak mati atow masuk rumah sakit gara2 NAFSU pengen NGESEX aje......!
    Astagfirullohhaladziiim.... :? :shock:
  • ShankShank ✭✭✭ Gold
    bravia69 menulis:
    Enumclaw Police and King County Sheriff's investigators ultimately expended little time on the case after determining no felony laws were broken. There was no convincing evidence of animal cruelty, and bestiality is not a crime in Washington. Investigators concluded that only three men were present when a 45-year-old Seattle man was killed while having sex with a horse July 2 at one of two neighboring farms where such acts took place in southeast King County. And only one suspect, James Michael Tait, 54, has been charged with a crime, first-degree trespassing, a misdemeanor.

    "The sheriff's office did not find that any [felony] crimes had been committed," says sheriff's Sgt. John Urquhart. Thus, "we didn't look too deeply into how many people had visited farm No. 1 [Tait's property] or how big an operation it was." Says Roach: "Right. What's the purpose of investigating further if there's no law against it? We're one of eight states without one. Animals are left unprotected, and it is abuse of an animal to sexually assault it." She suspects Internet chat has attracted out-of-state abusers, although all three men in the Enumclaw case were locals. "When you are dealing with the Internet," Roach says, "you just have to assume it's gone past state lines."

    Tait, a truck driver who lives near the Southeast 444th Street farm where the death occurred, pleaded not guilty and awaits trial in Burien District Court. The second farm's owner was unaware the threesome had sneaked into his barn late at night, according to the King County Prosecutor's Office. Urquhart of the sheriff's office says that "typically," men were having sex with a horse on Tait's property, "but on this particular night it is my understanding that horse wasn't particularly receptive."

    The man who died during the incident suffered a perforated colon after being penetrated by the neighbor's horse, investigators say. He also owned a horse of his own, according to the Humane Society, which says it is trying to find a foster home for the animal. "Bestiality," says local Humane Society director Robert Reder in a statement, "is an unsettling and uncomfortable topic." Nonetheless, "The people who engage in this behavior are victimizing animals."

    According to charging papers, Tait told a sheriff's deputy that he and the two other men "came to know each other as a result of their common interest in having sex with horses and other animals." Tait and the man who later died both had sex with the neighbor's horse that night, according to the charging papers. The second man died while Tait was videotaping the encounter. The tape was later shown to the couple that owns the barn so they could confirm it was their horse, known as Big Dick. Enumclaw Police turned up as many as 100 VHS videos and DVDs. But with no applicable bestiality or animal abuse laws to enforce, authorities never viewed the tapes, Urquhart says.

    Here is the video of the incident.
    http://lbn.threat.tv/mrhands.mpg

    Full story:
    http://www.seattleweekly.com/2005-11-09/news/closing-the-barn-door/
    Related story:
    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2002569751_horsesex19m.html

    Serem. :shock:

    WOOOOOOOOEEEEYYYY.....!
    ini Bener LINK video yang sesuai dengan beritanya?
    koq gak dilhatin klo Orangnya MATI?
    iNi mah kaya video BESTIALITY aje,,,,
    Toh ornagnya jg kagak ketahuan wajahnya gmana...!
    tapi sumpah! gw ENEK biz liat VIDEO mrhands ini, GW jadi gak NAFSU makan, GILA!! kont0L KUDA segede+se[anjang GITU dimasukin DUBUR!! Hiiiii.......Gmna GAK ROBEK tuh USUS??? jagn GIla donk!!! tapi gw sebenernya suka yang bestiality atow fisting/hardcire gtu....! amazing aj. pa ni orang gak mati atow masuk rumah sakit gara2 NAFSU pengen NGESEX aje......!
    Astagfirullohhaladziiim.... :? :shock:
  • ShankShank ✭✭✭ Gold
    bravia69 menulis:
    Enumclaw Police and King County Sheriff's investigators ultimately expended little time on the case after determining no felony laws were broken. There was no convincing evidence of animal cruelty, and bestiality is not a crime in Washington. Investigators concluded that only three men were present when a 45-year-old Seattle man was killed while having sex with a horse July 2 at one of two neighboring farms where such acts took place in southeast King County. And only one suspect, James Michael Tait, 54, has been charged with a crime, first-degree trespassing, a misdemeanor.

    "The sheriff's office did not find that any [felony] crimes had been committed," says sheriff's Sgt. John Urquhart. Thus, "we didn't look too deeply into how many people had visited farm No. 1 [Tait's property] or how big an operation it was." Says Roach: "Right. What's the purpose of investigating further if there's no law against it? We're one of eight states without one. Animals are left unprotected, and it is abuse of an animal to sexually assault it." She suspects Internet chat has attracted out-of-state abusers, although all three men in the Enumclaw case were locals. "When you are dealing with the Internet," Roach says, "you just have to assume it's gone past state lines."

    Tait, a truck driver who lives near the Southeast 444th Street farm where the death occurred, pleaded not guilty and awaits trial in Burien District Court. The second farm's owner was unaware the threesome had sneaked into his barn late at night, according to the King County Prosecutor's Office. Urquhart of the sheriff's office says that "typically," men were having sex with a horse on Tait's property, "but on this particular night it is my understanding that horse wasn't particularly receptive."

    The man who died during the incident suffered a perforated colon after being penetrated by the neighbor's horse, investigators say. He also owned a horse of his own, according to the Humane Society, which says it is trying to find a foster home for the animal. "Bestiality," says local Humane Society director Robert Reder in a statement, "is an unsettling and uncomfortable topic." Nonetheless, "The people who engage in this behavior are victimizing animals."

    According to charging papers, Tait told a sheriff's deputy that he and the two other men "came to know each other as a result of their common interest in having sex with horses and other animals." Tait and the man who later died both had sex with the neighbor's horse that night, according to the charging papers. The second man died while Tait was videotaping the encounter. The tape was later shown to the couple that owns the barn so they could confirm it was their horse, known as Big Dick. Enumclaw Police turned up as many as 100 VHS videos and DVDs. But with no applicable bestiality or animal abuse laws to enforce, authorities never viewed the tapes, Urquhart says.

    Here is the video of the incident.
    http://lbn.threat.tv/mrhands.mpg

    Full story:
    http://www.seattleweekly.com/2005-11-09/news/closing-the-barn-door/
    Related story:
    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2002569751_horsesex19m.html

    Serem. :shock:

    WOOOOOOOOEEEEYYYY.....!
    ini Bener LINK video yang sesuai dengan beritanya?
    koq gak dilhatin klo Orangnya MATI?
    iNi mah kaya video BESTIALITY aje,,,,
    Toh ornagnya jg kagak ketahuan wajahnya gmana...!
    tapi sumpah! gw ENEK biz liat VIDEO mrhands ini, GW jadi gak NAFSU makan, GILA!! kont0L KUDA segede+se[anjang GITU dimasukin DUBUR!! Hiiiii.......Gmna GAK ROBEK tuh USUS??? jagn GIla donk!!! tapi gw sebenernya suka yang bestiality atow fisting/hardcire gtu....! amazing aj. pa ni orang gak mati atow masuk rumah sakit gara2 NAFSU pengen NGESEX aje......!
    Astagfirullohhaladziiim.... :? :shock:
  • ShankShank ✭✭✭ Gold
    bravia69 menulis:
    Enumclaw Police and King County Sheriff's investigators ultimately expended little time on the case after determining no felony laws were broken. There was no convincing evidence of animal cruelty, and bestiality is not a crime in Washington. Investigators concluded that only three men were present when a 45-year-old Seattle man was killed while having sex with a horse July 2 at one of two neighboring farms where such acts took place in southeast King County. And only one suspect, James Michael Tait, 54, has been charged with a crime, first-degree trespassing, a misdemeanor.

    "The sheriff's office did not find that any [felony] crimes had been committed," says sheriff's Sgt. John Urquhart. Thus, "we didn't look too deeply into how many people had visited farm No. 1 [Tait's property] or how big an operation it was." Says Roach: "Right. What's the purpose of investigating further if there's no law against it? We're one of eight states without one. Animals are left unprotected, and it is abuse of an animal to sexually assault it." She suspects Internet chat has attracted out-of-state abusers, although all three men in the Enumclaw case were locals. "When you are dealing with the Internet," Roach says, "you just have to assume it's gone past state lines."

    Tait, a truck driver who lives near the Southeast 444th Street farm where the death occurred, pleaded not guilty and awaits trial in Burien District Court. The second farm's owner was unaware the threesome had sneaked into his barn late at night, according to the King County Prosecutor's Office. Urquhart of the sheriff's office says that "typically," men were having sex with a horse on Tait's property, "but on this particular night it is my understanding that horse wasn't particularly receptive."

    The man who died during the incident suffered a perforated colon after being penetrated by the neighbor's horse, investigators say. He also owned a horse of his own, according to the Humane Society, which says it is trying to find a foster home for the animal. "Bestiality," says local Humane Society director Robert Reder in a statement, "is an unsettling and uncomfortable topic." Nonetheless, "The people who engage in this behavior are victimizing animals."

    According to charging papers, Tait told a sheriff's deputy that he and the two other men "came to know each other as a result of their common interest in having sex with horses and other animals." Tait and the man who later died both had sex with the neighbor's horse that night, according to the charging papers. The second man died while Tait was videotaping the encounter. The tape was later shown to the couple that owns the barn so they could confirm it was their horse, known as Big Dick. Enumclaw Police turned up as many as 100 VHS videos and DVDs. But with no applicable bestiality or animal abuse laws to enforce, authorities never viewed the tapes, Urquhart says.

    Here is the video of the incident.
    http://lbn.threat.tv/mrhands.mpg

    Full story:
    http://www.seattleweekly.com/2005-11-09/news/closing-the-barn-door/
    Related story:
    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2002569751_horsesex19m.html

    Serem. :shock:

    WOOOOOOOOEEEEYYYY.....!
    ini Bener LINK video yang sesuai dengan beritanya?
    koq gak dilhatin klo Orangnya MATI?
    iNi mah kaya video BESTIALITY aje,,,,
    Toh ornagnya jg kagak ketahuan wajahnya gmana...!
    tapi sumpah! gw ENEK biz liat VIDEO mrhands ini, GW jadi gak NAFSU makan, GILA!! kont0L KUDA segede+se[anjang GITU dimasukin DUBUR!! Hiiiii.......Gmna GAK ROBEK tuh USUS??? jagn GIla donk!!! tapi gw sebenernya suka yang bestiality atow fisting/hardcire gtu....! amazing aj. pa ni orang gak mati atow masuk rumah sakit gara2 NAFSU pengen NGESEX aje......!
    Astagfirullohhaladziiim.... :? :shock:
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