Using the dead man's driver's license to track down relatives and acquaintances, investigators were led to the Enumclaw farm. By Greg Mitchell December 30, 2005 NEW YORK After reviewing the number of hits top local stories at his newspaper's Web site got in 2005, Seattle Times columnist Danny Westneat concludes today, "As I look back at the year in news, it's clear I should have focused more on people having sex with horses." Indeed, four of the most-clicked stories on the Web site this year, including the No.
Because the other man who lived at the farm wasn't there the night the Seattle man died, he wasn't charged with trespassing, Satterberg said. 27; he faces up to a year in jail and a ,000 fine if convicted. 1 finisher ("by far"), had to do with the same incident: the man who died from a perforated colon while having sex with a horse in nearby Enumclaw.
The Seattle man isn't being identified because his family asked that his name not be released. On a side note, as a resident of Georgia, I was relieved to find that this did not occur in the south. The farm was known on the Internet as a "destination site" for all kinds of sex with animals. 1 horse sex story may have been "the most widely read material this paper has published in its 109-year history.
Authorities didn't learn about the farm until July 2, when a man drove to Enumclaw Community Hospital seeking medical assistance for a companion.
Medics wheeled the Seattle man into an examination room and realized he was dead.
When hospital workers looked for the man who had dropped him off, he was gone, Enumclaw police said. PS: This is a great NYC forum focusing mainly on buildings / skyscrapers / architectural; this one sub-forum helps to keep us laughting / thinking ...
By Jennifer Sullivan Seattle Times staff reporter Enumclaw-area man who authorities say helped run a farm where people had sex with animals — and where a Seattle man died doing so with a horse — was charged with a misdemeanor yesterday.
Police began investigating James Tait, 54, and another man who lived at the rural Southeast King County farm after the Seattle man died of injuries suffered during intercourse with a horse in the summer, Enumclaw police said.
The criminal-trespassing charge stems from a July 2 bestiality session involving Tait, the 45-year-old Seattle man and a horse in a neighbor's barn, charging papers say.According to the King County Medical Examiner's Office, the Seattle man died of acute peritonitis due to perforation of the colon.Attempts to contact Tait yesterday were unsuccessful.King County prosecutors say it's the most-severe charge they could file; Washington is one of more than a dozen states that does not outlaw bestiality."There is no evidence of injury to the animal to support animal-cruelty charges," said Dan Satterberg, the county prosecutor's chief of staff."This is the only crime we can charge." When interviewed by The Seattle Times July 15, the horse's owners said they had known their neighbors for years.