Saturday, March 19, 2011

Bestiality: Tolerance for This Also?

As various sexual deviancies are accepted by 'modern societies' and codified into law, the question is, Is there a limit to this 'sexualization political correctness?'

For background, read Acceptance of Bestiality Visible on the Horizon

-- From "Sheriff says Craigslist facilitates bestiality" by Jerry Seper, The Washington Times 3/16/11

America’s self-described toughest sheriff has issued a warning to the CEO of Craigslist saying the popular Internet website is providing a “mechanism to facilitate criminal activity.”

Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s warning to [CEO] Jim Buckmaster follows the arrest last month in Arizona by Maricopa County Sheriff's Office detectives of two men — one a middle school teacher and the other a handyman — on charges of conspiracy to commit bestiality.

Sheriff Arpaio said an undercover investigation by his office began after detectives became aware that persons in the Phoenix area were using Craigslist to engage in illegal acts with animals. Detectives set up meetings through computer communications where the suspects believed they were meeting animal owners at a hotel.

Although bestiality may not be illegal in other states, the sheriff was instrumental in making the offense a crime in Arizona in 2006.

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From "Tough Cop Warns Craiglist on Bestiality" by Sajid Farooq, NBC San Francisco 3/17/11

Sheriff Joe Arpaio of the southern Arizona county is no stranger to controversy. He has been at the center of federal investigations into his alleged abuse of power and use of racial-profiling to earn himself the self-described title of America’s toughest sheriff.

But Wednesday Arpaio turned the investigation onto the San Francisco-based Craigslist and gave a harsh warning to CEO Jim Buckmaster.

Arpaio said his office . . . found that this case was not isolated. That other people looking to engage in bestiality used Craigslist and a secret language even existed amongst these people.

Craigslist is of course no stranger to controversy. The site came under fire for its adult services section, which it was forced to censor after pressure from numerous states to discontinue the service.

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