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The story was reported in, the Seattle Times and was one of that paper's most read stories of 2005.It was informally referred to as the "Enumclaw horse sex case".6, pinyan's death rapidly prompted the passing of a bill in Washington prohibiting both sex with animals and the videotaping of such an act.Under current Washington law, bestiality is now.Class C felony punishable by up to five years in prison.
7, contents, background edit, in the 1970s, many statutes that had criminalized certain sex acts in various.S.States were repealed, largely since they had criminalized some consensual sex acts between adults that were no longer considered appropriate to forbid (e.g., criminalizing all oral and anal sex).8 9, in, washington state, a law was repealed on July 1, 1976, that had said that.Every person who shall carnally know in any manner any animal or bird, or who shall carnally know any male or female person by the anus or with the mouth or tongue; or who shall voluntarily submit to such knowledge;..79.100 of the 1974, revised Code of Washington 10, an effect of the repeal was that bestiality became legal in the state.
Kenneth Pinyan had worked for Boeing for eight years.2, he had previously been married to a woman and had children with her.He had moved from Seattle.
11 Before his death, Pinyan had been building a new house and a barn, in which he planned to keep a horse, along the Key Peninsula Highway in Gig Harbor, Washington.He was about to begin making payments on his 30-year, 144,000 mortgage.2 Pinyan had previously lost the ability to experience certain sensations after suffering from a motorcycle accident, and he had become involved in increasingly extreme sexual acts, such as insertion of extremely large dildos, fisting, and receptive anal sex with horses.In the early 2000s, he found a group of men online, nicknamed "zoos who began meeting at a farm in an unincorporated area in King County, Washington, for communal weekends; they filmed, and later posted online, each other being sodomized.According to Charles Mudede, co-writer of the 2007 documentary film Zoo, the men trained the horses to penetrate them by stripping, applying a horse breeding pheromone, and bending over.