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  2. Experts say alleged animal abuser is a public concernBY MARIA LOCKWOOD, SUPERIOR DAILY TELEGRAMnone - 10/20/2006 Law enforcement and mental health experts say the community should be concerned about a Superior man who is sexually attracted to animals. Held in jail for molesting a deer carcass, Bryan James Hathaway, 20, pleaded innocent Oct. 12 to assaulting the carcass, which a criminal complaint states he found in a ditch along Stinson Avenue while riding his bike. Hathaway recently was released from prison after serving an 18-month sentence for killing a horse. During an investigation of that incident, Hathaway said he wanted to have sex with the animal. Bestiality, using animals for sexual gratification, is disturbing to people, said David Swenson, a forensic psychologist and associate professor of management at the College of St. Scholastica. Historically, there have been strong laws against it, and most states today prohibit abusing an animal in that manner. “If somebody is killing animals, that shows a certain lack of empathy, a certain kind of predatory behavior,” Swenson said. Hathaway faces a misdemeanor charge of sexual gratification with an animal, which carries a maximum penalty of nine months in jail and $10,000 fine. However, because of his previous conviction, he could be sent to prison for an additional 24 months. According to the criminal complaint filed in Douglas County Circuit Court: Superior police officer Adam Poskozim and two Department of Corrections agents met with Hathaway at his transitional housing residence Oct. 11. The man’s clothes were covered with blood and what appeared to be deer hair. Hathaway originally told officers he had helped his father clean a deer. Later, he admitted to having sex with the dead deer near the Murphy Oil refinery. Hathaway said he was aroused by the sight of the deer in the ditch. He admitted moving its carcass into the woods, where the assault occurred. xxx

  3. “Obviously, it’s criminal behavior,” Swenson said. “It indicates they need some help counseling, psychotherapy some structure to their life.” Anderson put it another way: “A personality this bizarre has to be monitored.” “I’ve never run across a personality like this,” said Detective Sgt. Ed Anderson of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department. “I’ve never seen this type of behavior before.” xxx

  4. “Experts say alleged animal abuser is a public concernBY MARIA LOCKWOOD, SUPERIOR DAILY TELEGRAMnone - 10/20/2006Law enforcement and mental health experts say the community should be concerned about a Superior man who is sexually attracted to animals. Held in jail for molesting a deer carcass, Bryan James Hathaway, 20, pleaded innocent Oct. 12 to assaulting the carcass, which a criminal complaint states he found in a ditch along Stinson Avenue while riding his bike. Hathaway recently was released from prison after serving an 18-month sentence for killing a horse. During an investigation of that incident, Hathaway said he wanted to have sex with the animal. Bestiality, using animals for sexual gratification, is disturbing to people, said David Swenson, a forensic psychologist and associate professor of management at the College of St. Scholastica. Historically, there have been strong laws against it, and most states today prohibit abusing an animal in that manner. “If somebody is killing animals, that shows a certain lack of empathy, a certain kind of predatory behavior,” Swenson said. xxx

  5. “Experts say alleged animal abuser is a public concernBY MARIA LOCKWOOD, SUPERIOR DAILY TELEGRAMnone - 10/20/2006Law enforcement and mental health experts say the community should be concerned about a Superior man who is sexually attracted to animals. Held in jail for molesting a deer carcass, Bryan James Hathaway, 20, pleaded innocent Oct. 12 to assaulting the carcass, which a criminal complaint states he found in a ditch along Stinson Avenue while riding his bike. Hathaway recently was released from prison after serving an 18-month sentence for killing a horse. During an investigation of that incident, Hathaway said he wanted to have sex with the animal. Bestiality, using animals for sexual gratification, is disturbing to people, said David Swenson, a forensic psychologist and associate professor of management at the College of St. Scholastica. Historically, there have been strong laws against it, and most states today prohibit abusing an animal in that manner. “If somebody is killing animals, that shows a certain lack of empathy, a certain kind of predatory behavior,” Swenson said. xxx

  6. Two dogs get married at farmyard Two dogs get married at a farmyard near Stoke-on-Trent in what could be Britain's first canine coupling. BBC News1 Aug 2006 xxx

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  29. The Guiness Book of Records ”The Most Dissimilar Couple in the World” wife: 2’ 11½” husband: 6’ 2” They met on the internet -- The Maury Show, 27 April 1999