Animal Sex Abuse
New Study finds Bestiality Images in 86% of Arrests
New Jersey man threatens owners after being denied request to have sex with their farm animals
Oregon police search for clues on bull mutilation
Several bulls have been found dead on a property in eastern Oregon. In each case, the animal's tongue and sex organs have been removed and blood appears to have drained from the bodies. Although the prevailing theory is that the crime is committed as some sort of cult ritual, it is also possible this is an act of zoosadism in which the attacker is sexually aroused by animal torture and mutilation.
The bulls are all about the same age and value, and may have been darted with tranquilizers prior to being mutilated. The Oregon Cattlemen's Association is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to conviction of anyone responsible. Silvies Valley Ranch, the bulls' owner, is offering a$25,000 reward..
October 10, 2019
In a new study published by The Journal of Crimina Law, researchers found that among 405 arrests for extreme pornography* besitliaty images were found in 85% of the collections, and that in 64% of arrests, an additional offense was recorded, most often classified as a sexual offense (e.g. rape, sexual assault, child or revenge porn).
October 10, 2019
September 27, 2019
Richard John Decker, 31 lives in Vernon, New Jersey with his mom and brother. As a dedicated zoophile he sent several emails and letters to local farms and stables asking if he could have sex with their cows and horses. After being rejected, he began harassing the owners by leaving homemade spikes in their driveways, damaging their cars.
During a search of Decker's residence, arrows, explosives, a firearm, and other suspicious objects were found. He is being held on multiple charges, including aggravated assault and threat to commit aggravated assault, manufacture of firearms, possession of explosives and a destructive device, and attempt to procure an animal for sexual purposes.