You're an adult with a furry custom...you should be shot...
Kenneth Fenske has been acquitted of charges he raped an 8-year-old boy during “furry meets” at his Milford home in 2009. Breathing heavy sighs and wearing worn faces, jurors in Bucks County returned their verdict after about two hours of deliberations Friday evening, finding the 57-year-old not guilty on all charges. The jury’s decision to acquit at the end of the four-day trial before Judge Alan M. Rubenstein comes just shy of a year after prosecutors with the state Office of Attorney General charged Fenske with sexually abusing the boy. “I’m just happy for Mr. Fenske that he was vindicated by the jury,” said Fenske’s defense attorney Steven Fairlie. “He’s maintained his innocence throughout and obviously the jury believed him.” Police alleged the assaults occurred during a series of well-attended summer 2009 parties at Fenske’s Old Bethlehem Pike home catering to the furry subculture, in which they said Fenske, dressed as a fox and assuming the name “Lupine,” raped the boy in an upstairs bedroom. The boy, now 16, on Wednesday told jurors from a Doylestown Borough witness stand about his alleged interaction with Fenske, describing the assaults as painful ordeals that he intended to keep secret. Source
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