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Why the picture of two adorable puppies? Because I didn't want to run a Google images search for "bestiality," that's why.
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Douglas Spink, Ex-Cocaine Smuggler, Charged With Running Bestiality Farm for Tourists

cute puppy.jpg
Why the picture of two adorable puppies? Because I didn't want to run a Google images search for "bestiality," that's why.
Douglas Spink is not your typical criminal. While other, less ambitious lawbreakers tend to stick with one felonious field of study, Spink, a former drug smuggler now accused of running a bestiality farm for tourists, prefers to double-major.

Spink made his fortune in his early 20's selling fitness catalogues to gyms. As a 2005 story in The Vancouver Province described him, Spink is "a fear-loving adrenaline junkie fond of snowboarding, rock climbing and BASE jumping" who also ran a dog-breeding business in Oregon.

Don't want to read about mice covered in lube? Then stop reading now.

Spink first got into trouble five years ago when police found $42 million in cocaine in his Chevy Tahoe. In a drug-trafficking case that would eventually besmirch two of Seattle's most well-regarded lawyers, Spink only served three years, a light sentence he managed to swing because he cooperated with authorities.

His latest run-in came this week, when Whatcom County sheriffs raided his compound near the Canadian border and discovered video of a British tourist having sex with multiple dogs.

Investigators were there on a tip that Spink was running a bestiality website. And it's safe to say that what they found gives credence to the charges.

Whatcom County Sheriff Bill Elfo says dogs, horses and mice were seized from Spink's property. The mice had their tails cut off, were smothered in Vaseline and had to be euthanized.

Some dogs also had to be euthanized "due to their poor physical condition and apparent abuse," Elfo said.

Spink was booked on investigation of three counts of first-degree animal cruelty. He's currently being held on $150,000 bail.
 
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