The Enumclaw horse sex case was a series of incidents in involving Kenneth Pinyan,  an engineer who worked for Boeing and resided in Gig Harbor, Washington ; James Michael Tait, a truck driver; and other unidentified men. Pinyan and Tait filmed and distributed zoophilic pornography of Pinyan receiving anal sex from a stallion under the alias " Mr. Hands ". The story was reported in The Seattle Times and was one of that paper's most read stories of 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 a Class C felony punishable by up to five years in prison.
Enumclaw horse sex case
Man, 22, admits having sex with horse and filming it on his phone - Leicestershire Live
According to the arrest warrants for Michael Jemison, he was captured after owners of the horse reviewed surveillance video to watch the recently pregnant horse give birth, WZTV reported. While reviewing the footage captured on April 29, the owner observed Jemison enter the barn and engage in multiple forms of intercourse with the horse. The owner called a veterinarian who took swabs and submitted the DNA evidence to police along with the video. While police did not know Jemison's identity at the time, they were able to identify him as the suspect when he returned last Saturday. The owner called police after being alerted by the animal. Police say Jemison fled the scene but left his vehicle nearby which had his driver's license and business card inside.
Man, 22, admits having sex with horse and filming it on his phone
A friend later discovered the video and alerted the police. Isaac Cluley, 22, committed the offence in Leicester in August last year and was arrested later after a friend chanced upon the video when borrowing his phone. Following a brief hearing, magistrates sent his case to Leicester Crown Court, which has greater sentencing powers.
A SICKO who admitted having sex with a horse and a foal has avoided punishment - but only because his state doesn't have anti-bestiality laws. The creep, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was caught on camera molesting the animals in Sweetwater County, Wyoming, last month. But the sheriff's office have admitted the lack of bestiality law has forced prosecutors into a corner.