James Tait, the Washington man made infamous by the Enumclaw horse sex case, plead guilty on Monday in Tennessee to more illicit equine diddling.
James Tait: Not a friend to the four-legged crowd..
Tait and his friend Kenny Thomason were arrested in October at Tait's farm in Maury County Tennessee. Authorities say they found multiple videos of Tait and Thomason having sex with a variety of the farm's 13 horses, shetland ponies and other animals. Tait and Thomason both plead guilty to engaging in sex with animals and are on probation."I'm happy this is over," Maury County Detective Sgt. Terry Chandler told The Blotter. "It has brought a lot of embarrassment and humiliation to the community and the town."
We're sure you are, Sgt. Chandler. But just consider yourself lucky your community doesn't have to deal with the legacy of Mr. Hands.