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Title: Man tries to get intimate with a deer!
Post by: 24KT on November 16, 2006, 04:20:56 PM
Can You Get Dear With A Dead Deer?

Wisconsin motion argues sex with animal carcass not a crime


NOVEMBER 16 --Meet Bryan James Hathaway, alleged venison lover. The Wisconsin man, 20, is facing charges that he had sex last month with a dead deer. Hathaway, who previously has served time for killing a horse he intended to sexually assault, allegedly found the deer in a ditch alongside a roadway. Now Hathaway's lawyer has filed a court motion arguing that since the animal was already dead, Hathaway should not face a misdemeanor rap of sexual gratification with an animal. "The statute does not prohibit one from having sex with a carcass," lawyer Fredric Anderson wrote in the motion filed in Douglas County Circuit Court. As reported in today's Daily Telegram, in response to Anderson's motion, prosecutor James Boughner noted that state criminal statutes did not seem to "draw a line between the living and the dead." Judge Michael Lucci, who heard motion arguments Tuesday, said he will issue a decision by December 1. Hathaway is pictured below in a Wisconsin Department of Corrections mug shot.

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Title: Re: Man tries to get intimate with a deer!
Post by: G o a t b o y on November 16, 2006, 04:24:27 PM
Can You Get Dear With A Dead Deer?

Wisconsin motion argues sex with animal carcass not a crime


NOVEMBER 16 --Meet Bryan James Hathaway, alleged venison lover. The Wisconsin man, 20, is facing charges that he had sex last month with a dead deer. Hathaway, who previously has served time for killing a horse he intended to sexually assault, allegedly found the deer in a ditch alongside a roadway. Now Hathaway's lawyer has filed a court motion arguing that since the animal was already dead, Hathaway should not face a misdemeanor rap of sexual gratification with an animal. "The statute does not prohibit one from having sex with a carcass," lawyer Fredric Anderson wrote in the motion filed in Douglas County Circuit Court. As reported in today's Daily Telegram, in response to Anderson's motion, prosecutor James Boughner noted that state criminal statutes did not seem to "draw a line between the living and the dead." Judge Michael Lucci, who heard motion arguments Tuesday, said he will issue a decision by December 1. Hathaway is pictured below in a Wisconsin Department of Corrections mug shot.


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Title: Re: Man tries to get intimate with a deer!
Post by: Eyeball Chambers on November 16, 2006, 04:36:43 PM
I don't understand how the judge can hold a trial without cracking up over and over and over?  ;D