Baptist Church leader arrested for soliciting sex with dogs

Jerald “Jerry” Hill, the President and CEO of the Windermere Baptist Conference Center, was arrested Tuesday after posting an ad on Craigslist looking to find animals to have sex with. Not, like, a human who was an animal in bed or something but actual animals like a dog and one other kind of animal which, disturbingly, police have declined to identify. He is facing charges of “attempted unlawful sex with an animal and attempted animal abuse.”

Hill was arrested after the Boone County, Missouri, Sheriff’s Department Cyber Crimes Task Force got a tip about someone on Craigslist looking for animals to have sex with. Investigators posed as someone willing to pimp out their beloved pet and took Hill into custody when he went to meet them.

The Windermere Baptist Conference Center is now looking for Hill’s replacement, as they do not intend to keep Hill on after this.

I’ll bet the dude can find a bible verse that says it’s righteous behavior.

Yes, that’s a little smarmy; but, what else can you say? This ain’t any preacher fresh out of school just discovering his particular twist. He’s been around for a spell.

Long enough for someone close by to notice his furry fixation. Hypocrisy can only hide so much 🙂

Thanks, Mike

7 thoughts on “Baptist Church leader arrested for soliciting sex with dogs

  1. Stranger Than Fiction says:

    Bestiality is currently still legal in Alabama; Texas, Hawaii, Kentucky, Virginia, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Vermont, West Virginia, Montana, Wyoming and the District of Columbia. However same sex marriage is banned in Alabama; Kentucky; Montana; Nevada; Ohio; Texas; West Virginia; and Wyoming (New Jersey permits Civil Unions). Re: Zoophilia see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zoophilia_and_the_law

  2. Sally's Special Services says:

    EVEN if it is legal, does NOT make it right! He is a PERVERT and should be in prison with the other Perverted Pedophiles the prisons are full of!!

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