8 responses

  1. Mana
    December 1, 2010

    I shudder to think how messy a house must be before you get slapped with the legal charge of “maintaining a disorderly house.”

  2. Regan DuCasse
    December 1, 2010

    Usually it’s not fit for human or animal occupation and the health department is closing it up.

    And Mana, when you see children living in that, to shudder would be the right reaction.

  3. Scott P.
    December 1, 2010

    A “disorderly house” is a legal term and does not refer to the living conditions, but the behavior of the occupants.

  4. Paul J. Stein
    December 2, 2010

    I pray that the dogs receive the proper treatment for the mental and physical damage done. Placement in a decent home is necessary for the long term good of these poor canines.

  5. Dennis W
    December 2, 2010

    What is the point of putting this in BTB? Extreme behavior comes in all shapes, sizes, genders and identities. This has as much relevance to typical hetro behavior as beastiality and pedophilia have to homo behavior. Do we need to stoop this low to make a valid point?

  6. Regan DuCasse
    December 3, 2010

    @Dennis W.
    It’s important because the anti gay keep asserting, wrongly and without right lies that gay people are either responsible for most child abuse, or WILL abuse children and are more prone to.

    When, in actuality, the issue is millions fold, a problem among heterosexuals.
    And in misreporting or neglect of that, has a serious affect on public policy.
    To say that ALL groups have this problem is too generalized and amorphous when it’s definitively more specific than that.

    When I mentioned on a conservative website, TownHall, that I worked in law enforcement and had professional expertise, statistics and criminal information to offer: rather than be asked the truth, I was treated as if a part of the perceived ‘problem’ of gay people in our society.

    Couples like this are not discussed on those very websites, nor is the issue discussed so generally as what to do to prevent such abuse and reduce it WHEREVER it is.
    Which essentially is why couples like this get away with their abuse.

    I directly asked Brian Brown of NOM to direct their energies to domestic violence. That issue needed much more attention.
    He didn’t even discuss it or ask me anything. He cut me off altogether.

    BTB isn’t stooping to their level, BTB is illustrating the hypocrisy and misdirected campaigns of so called ‘family’ and ‘marriage’ organizations.

    If BTB doesn’t report it, NOM and FRC sure won’t.

  7. emma
    December 4, 2010

    I always knew that heterosexuality leads directly to beastiality.

  8. Johnson
    December 8, 2010

    I would guess this isn’t too uncommon in OK or any other part of the South–unfortunately.

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