Three men are imprisoned for 20 to 41 years because they have sex with horses, goats, cows and dogs on their & # 39; improvised farm & # 39;
- Matthew Brubaker, Terry Wallace, and Marc Measnikoff imprisoned for bestial acts
- All allowed to have sex with at least nine female horses, a cow, a goat and dogs
- They were sentenced to 20 to 41 years in a state prison with extra probation
- D.A. William Shaw said videos & # 39; s that the men made of the acts & # 39; had burned my corneas & # 39;
Three men were imprisoned for up to 41 years of age for sex with horses, goats, cows and dogs over a five-year period.
Matthew Brubaker, 31, Terry Wallace, 41, and Marc Measnikoff, 34, had sex with 12 animals in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.
All three were sentenced to 20 to 41 years in a state prison with extra probation, according to WJAC.
Brubaker, Wallace and Measnikoff were accused of having sexual intercourse with at least nine female horses, a cow, a goat and dogs.
A teenage boy who also lived on the improvised farm in Munson reportedly had to help the suspects to control the animals while they were committing the acts.
Matthew Brubaker (left), Terry Wallace and Marc Measnikoff (right) were imprisoned for 20 to 41 years after admitting having sex with at least nine female horses, a cow, a goat and dogs on a & # 39; improvised farm & # 39; in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania
When Brubaker was interviewed by the police, he admitted that he had sex at least four times a year with every female horse on the farm, as well as a goat, a cow, and his dog, the police report said.
Measnikoff said he had intercourse with the horses, but not the dogs, several times a week, the report said.
Terry Wallace was one of three men who were imprisoned for bestiality and who was also included
The suspects pleaded guilty of crime of corruption of minors, 730 crime rates of sex with animals and 730 summary counts of cruelty to animals.
All three said they were sorry and the judge asked if the trio were planning to sell the images they had made of the sexual acts, according to Gant Daily.
Chris Pentz and the lawyers representing the other two defendants argued that the men should not be given such harsh sentences because they had no criminal record and the crimes were not against people.
Pentz told Judge Paul Cherry: & # 39; There is no question that this case is an & # 39; & # 39; new & # 39; & # 39; factor. & # 39;
Lawyer William Shaw of Clearfield County said that the videos the men made of their illegal deeds had burned my corneas and would stay with me for the rest of my life.
Judge Cherry described the case as & # 39; one of the most disgusting, despicable policies I have ever seen & # 39 ;.
Shaw said at the time the trio was arrested in August last year: & # 39; This is an unpleasant subject, but the facts are that we have received a report from people who have intercourse with animals, farm animals.
& # 39; I have been doing this for over 20 years and this is probably the worst situation of this type of case that I have encountered. & # 39;
The charity organization Sheffield County SPCA was called to the property to look after the animals.