A diabolical group of homosexual savages who dressed up as furry animals have been arrested in connection with a Pennsylvania pedophile ring, according to published reports.
The latest bust came Friday as Kenneth Fenske, 57, was taken away in handcuffs and charged with child rape, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and unlawful contact with a minor.
He was ordered held on $750,000 bail at his arraignment in a Bucks County, Pa., courtroom, NBC10 reported.
Fenske was part of a white pedophile crew who preyed upon young boys and dressed up in furry animal costumes as a way to satisfy their homosexual cravings, the local affiliate said.
Sporting a “Red Fox” costume, Fenske would refer to himself as “Lupine” and escort a 7-year-old boy upstairs to a room during the group’s many fetish parties, the young victim told police in a statement.
In November, David Parker, 38, Jeffrey Harvey, 40, Craig Knox, 35, and Stephen Taylor, 27, were also arrested in connection with the pedophile ring during an undercover sting operation. All of them were being held on bail and face long prison terms.
“This is a horrendous case,” Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro said. “It is deeply disturbing to me not only as attorney general of Pennsylvania, but as a father of young children. We care about this victim and all victims of sexual abuse.”
Shapiro said the ongoing probe could result in more arrests.
“We believe it is likely there could be more victims out there from this ring of abuse,” Shapiro said. “We want to help them and protect them from any further abuse. We’re seeking the public’s help today and asking people to come forward and speak with our office or the Bucks DA’s Office if they know anything.”