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News: Men Dressed Up as Animals Sexually Abuse Boy During 'Furry Parties' in Bucks County

bar1scorpio

New Member
Well, I woke up to this irritated. It's Beiro all over again.
Note this was apparently done at "parties" of some sort, details forthcoming.
But if there were fursuits with sphs, they should be recognizable, and at least one computer was found with "child pronography" of some sort on there.
If this wasn't specifically facilitated, Parker brought a minor to parties from 9 on that the kid probably should never have been at (at the very least, most furry house parties involve drinking) and bad things happened because the child was unsupervised.
 
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Deleted member 82554

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"I have an insightful commentary for this particular topic, but I'm just going to make a broad statement and say furries are stupid HA!"

Maybe I never elaborated on what I meant because no one ever asked, dipshit. And for that, I will happily remain cryptic about it.

Gee, did it ever occur to you that *gasp* YOU'RE the stupid furry? Mind boggling how people like you can have no self awareness.
This coming from someone that more than most likely just started out in the fandom, is still learning about it and has never been to any conventions or spent any amount of time around furries in real life. You still have a lot to learn, sport, don't be a know-it-all, no one likes that guy.
 

quoting_mungo

Well-Known Member
Knock it off with the personal attacks, or I will turn this thread around.

If this wasn't specifically facilitated, Parker brought a minor to parties from 9 on that the kid probably should never have been at (at the very least, most furry house parties involve drinking) and bad things happened because the child was unsupervised.
While all that's been said officially is that the child is related to one of the suspects, it's not unreasonable to conclude that this is likely Parker, given that the child arrived with him. I would not say that leaving a child in the care of an uncle, cousin, other relative, or even close family friend, typically qualifies as "unsupervised". Years ago, I found out a trusted family friend of a family I knew, who would semi-frequently take their mentally disabled child for outings, had been arrested for child molestation. This was someone who was close enough with the family to be considered just short of family, and whom they implicitly trusted. I don't know to this day if he did anything untoward to that particular child, but the point is that this is how these things happen. It's not, usually, kidnappers and bogey men. It's family members, friends, teachers, people you would trust with your child.

People who molest children are very good at hiding. They have to be, and you bet they figure that out early on.
 
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Deleted member 82554

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Knock it off with the personal attacks, or I will turn this thread around.
Don't worry you won't hear another peep out of me, I blocked him anyway. I don't have the patience nor time to put up with negative and toxic people like that, either online or off.

People who molest children are very good at hiding.

That's not entirely true, it's more to do with the victim being to terrified to say anything due to the threat of their health, that's why it seems like pedophiles are good at hiding it and getting away with child molestation for so long. I know people personally that have been molested too and that's their story.
 

quoting_mungo

Well-Known Member
That's not entirely true, it's more to do with the victim being to terrified to say anything due to the threat of their health, that's why it seems like pedophiles are good at hiding it and getting away with child molestation for so long. I know people personally that have been molested too and that's their story.
That's one factor, yes. I don't mean to in any way minimize or dismiss that aspect. What I was trying to get at, though, is that in most cases, they are very good at appearing normal to people other than those they are targeting. You don't let someone you think might be a child molester babysit your kids, for instance. When they get caught, it's usually one of two things: a victim spoke up, or they got caught up through a child pornography bust. It's typically not because the adults they live and work around had the realization that something is off about this person creep up on them.

We had a super creepy teacher when I was in Jr high. I happened across someone who went to the school he'd previously worked at, who shared rumors about why he'd been let go from there with me - obviously I had/have no way of verifying their legitimacy, but given what I saw in our classes I'm inclined to believe the gist of them. Apparently, though, he still managed to look respectable enough to our principal that us complaining about him didn't lead to any particular change (and, I will note, her son was in his class and saw him acting skeevy), and we were told to stop spreading rumors. So we were putting up with a way too touchy-feely teacher for months and it basically became up to the guys in the class to seat themselves as "barriers" between him and the girls. I don't know why we eventually lost that teacher, tho I can't say we were sad to see him go. That's the kind of thing I mean when I say sexual predators are usually good at hiding.
 

Khazius

The Fruit Bat
This is still going on?
That's one factor, yes. I don't mean to in any way minimize or dismiss that aspect. What I was trying to get at, though, is that in most cases, they are very good at appearing normal to people other than those they are targeting. You don't let someone you think might be a child molester babysit your kids, for instance. When they get caught, it's usually one of two things: a victim spoke up, or they got caught up through a child pornography bust. It's typically not because the adults they live and work around had the realization that something is off about this person creep up on them.

We had a super creepy teacher when I was in Jr high. I happened across someone who went to the school he'd previously worked at, who shared rumors about why he'd been let go from there with me - obviously I had/have no way of verifying their legitimacy, but given what I saw in our classes I'm inclined to believe the gist of them. Apparently, though, he still managed to look respectable enough to our principal that us complaining about him didn't lead to any particular change (and, I will note, her son was in his class and saw him acting skeevy), and we were told to stop spreading rumors. So we were putting up with a way too touchy-feely teacher for months and it basically became up to the guys in the class to seat themselves as "barriers" between him and the girls. I don't know why we eventually lost that teacher, tho I can't say we were sad to see him go. That's the kind of thing I mean when I say sexual predators are usually good at hiding.
Sorry you had to go through that, you have my sympathy...
 
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Deleted member 82554

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That's one factor, yes. I don't mean to in any way minimize or dismiss that aspect. What I was trying to get at, though, is that in most cases, they are very good at appearing normal to people other than those they are targeting. You don't let someone you think might be a child molester babysit your kids, for instance. When they get caught, it's usually one of two things: a victim spoke up, or they got caught up through a child pornography bust. It's typically not because the adults they live and work around had the realization that something is off about this person creep up on them.

We had a super creepy teacher when I was in Jr high. I happened across someone who went to the school he'd previously worked at, who shared rumors about why he'd been let go from there with me - obviously I had/have no way of verifying their legitimacy, but given what I saw in our classes I'm inclined to believe the gist of them. Apparently, though, he still managed to look respectable enough to our principal that us complaining about him didn't lead to any particular change (and, I will note, her son was in his class and saw him acting skeevy), and we were told to stop spreading rumors. So we were putting up with a way too touchy-feely teacher for months and it basically became up to the guys in the class to seat themselves as "barriers" between him and the girls. I don't know why we eventually lost that teacher, tho I can't say we were sad to see him go. That's the kind of thing I mean when I say sexual predators are usually good at hiding.
Aw man wish I could go more into detail about this, but I can't. And sorry that happened to you, no one should be exposed to that, hope the fucker is rotting in jail being ass-raped by a man named "Larry" (apologies for the colorful imagery and vulgar language).

It's true, pedophiles in everyday life are usually quite difficult to spot, they have to be, but you'll find those type are usually quite aggressive in nature and it's rare to see many that don't resort to alcoholism or some other type of drug abuse to help deal with their emotional baggage. That, and how others act around them, expecially with people they have abused. It's not easy to spot them, but that might be a few dead giveaways.

Of course that's not only exclusive to those type of people, but it's better than nothing to help identify them unless someone comes forward.
 
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quoting_mungo

Well-Known Member
Sorry you had to go through that, you have my sympathy...
And sorry that happened to you, no one should be exposed to that, hope the fucker is rotting in jail being ass-raped by a man named "Larry" (apologies for the colorful imagery and vulgar language).
Eh, we were probably more upset that our principal was turning a deaf ear than about the teacher himself, tbh. My class was tiny (only about a dozen people in my year, and maybe half took that class - it was a teensy school), and when she wouldn't listen to us we protected our own. He was creepy and sleazy, but we were sassy teenagers. ;)

I honestly don't wish any ill on the guy, just that he's hopefully learned that asking 7th graders to sit on his lap is... not really appropriate.
 

Sarachaga

Definitely not a lizard
If we are speaking about weird teachers. I had one. It was in mayotte in 2005, and most of the people that went there went there for a reason(usually fleeing from problems), and there was this guy, who had graduated from some of the finest schools (he was a french teacher), holding a doctorate and teaching to highschool students(you can obviously see that there's a problem there). He had a reputation of being weird, but that's all I had heard about him. But god, when I was in his class, it was awful. I was too young to understand fully what he was doing, but sometimes, he picked a student and started randomly hitting on him/her. He would then sit on the student's desk ,speak with his face super close to the student face, and even sometimes touch the student, which is definitely not ok.
Frankly, he was one of the most disgusting individuals I've ever encountered. I recently heard he went to jail. I kinda hope it's for a long time.
Also, the thing is he wasn't even trying to hide it.
 
I agree about it being easily hidden. I lived in Culpeper Virginia for one year while in 5th grade. I think it was about 15 years later I got a call from my Dad asking if the Principal/Paster (was a private school run out of a church) had done anything to me. Luckly he didn't, but last I heard he was serving in prison for doing despicable things to the kids there.
 

ArtVulpine

Active Member
(Sigh) Yeah, I read about this in my newspaper. Actually, West Wyoming is not in Bucks County but Luzerne County, which I and several other furry friends live in. It sickened me to read that this happened both as a human and a member of this fandom as did it sickened my friends. I never met these individuals and I'm glad I didn't. I'm glad that they were caught and I hope they get punished to the fullest extent of the law.
 
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