Beastly Baptist sought animal sex

Beastly Baptist sought animal sex

IN January, 2013, Missouri’s Windermere Baptist Conference Center proudly announced the appointment of Jerry Hill, pictured above with his wife Janet, and Board of Trustees Chair Arthur Mallory, left, as their new President and CEO.

Yesterday the organisation said that it’s having to find a new top dog because of:

The arrest of Jerald “Jerry” Hill on charges of soliciting sex with an animal.

No mention was made as to whether Hill’s wife will continue as … um …Vice President for ministry programming.

On Tuesday, The Boone County Sheriff’s Department Cyber Crimes Task Force arrested the 56-year-old on suspicion of attempted unlawful sex with an animal and attempted animal abuse.

Hill was briefly caged in the Boone County Jail, but was released after posting bond totalling $1,000.

The investigation began last week when the task force got a tip that someone had posted an ad on Craigslist looking for two types of animals with which to have sex, detective Tracy Perkins said.

One of the animals he sought was a dog. Perkins declined to say what other type of animal Hill sought.

A detective with the task force exchanged emails with Hill under the guise of offering a dog that Hill could have sex with, Perkins said in a news release.

Hill was nabbed after he made arrangements to travel to Columbia to have sex with the dog.

Windermere board members discussed the arrest and Mallory said:

The board is very supportive of him and grateful for his work at Windermere.

He added:

We are concerned for the well-being of Jerry … and we are also concerned with the well-being of Windermere. Windermere will continue to function in a good way…. It is a significant piece of God’s kingdom’s work.

Missouri statutes are unclear about possible penalties if Hill is convicted for solicitation. Conviction for sex with an animal is classified as a class A misdemeanor for a first offense and as a class D felony for subsequent convictions.

The law does not outline monetary or jail-time penalties, but does allow a judge to order psychological evaluation and counseling.

20 responses to “Beastly Baptist sought animal sex”

  1. Stephen Mynett says:

    “We are concerned for the well-being of Jerry”

    That is nice of them, I would be more concerned for the well-being of any animals he has raped.

  2. Broga says:

    Looks like Jerry is invading new territory here. Small boys and little girls we have become used to being the victims of God’s exemplars. But a dog!!! Did Jerry have requirements? Did it have to be a Kennel Club registered pure breed or would a cross breed be acceptable?

    Did it have to be a big dog? I once owned a German Shepherd and you really wouldn’t want to mess with that hound’s hindquarters. A Rottweiler would be even more intimidating.

    Is Jerry the first example of a whole hidden world of clerics who are in love with, indeed intimate with, their dogs. Or cats? Or rabbits? This is beyond weird. What if Janet, his wife, wants a divorce. Is Rover to be cited as correspondent?

  3. AgentCormac says:

    Just how many times do church leaders like Hill need to be exposed as lying, deceitful, immoral, perverse wasters before those they have lied to to turn on them and then question everything else they have been spoon-fed by these charlatans? Answers on the back of a very small piece if paper.

  4. Peterat says:

    “Attempted unlawful sex with an animal”?? Curious to find out what a charge of “attempted lawful sex” would en-tail (pun intended).
    He’s not weird, he just knows what he likes! Poor dog!

  5. tony e says:

    Is this classified as ‘dogging’?

    I think this is covered in their holy ‘bubble’.

    Revelation 22.15
    Outside are the dogs, those who practice magic arts, the sexually immoral, the murderers, the idolaters and everyone who loves and practices falsehood.

    After the word ‘dogs’ pretty much covers religion.

  6. Broga says:

    I often think I have led a sheltered life but do people actually have sex with dogs!!! Can’t get my head round this.

  7. sailor1031 says:

    We warned you this would happen if you legalized gay marriage, but did you listen? No! We are now on that slippery slope accelerating down to H-E-Double toothpicks as baptists love to call it. And the dog molesters shall lead them.
    Wonder how the conversation went with Janet ……

  8. Barry Duke says:

    Anyone up for a bit of horseplay? It’ll just be ewe and the night and the music …

  9. david says:

    Ah yes, the Baptist church, where men are men, women are scarce, and the sheep are scared.
    Sex with a dog? Maybe he really meant he wanted to have sex with a doG?
    Yes, that was an attempt at a play on words or I think it was.

  10. Trevor Blake says:

    I wonder if they will conveniently turn their eyes away from the Bible and ignore what their God commands them to do…

    Exodus 22:19 “Anyone who has sexual relations with an animal must be put to death.”

    Leviticus 20:15-16 “If a man has sexual relations with an animal, he must be put to death, and you must kill the animal.”

    Go on, faith community. Explain why those verses don’t count but the ones before and after them do.

  11. Robster says:

    Jesus! This is quite a story, love the comments too. Love the headline “Beastly Baptists”, you guys could have a lot of fun headline-wise with this one, I’m sure without forgetting sex with an animal (other than human) is quite disgusting and a trauma for the animal. Sympathy for the animal/s involved, I’m sure it wasn’t consensual liaisons. I’m spilling coffee everywhere here showing the household this story, much mirth ensuing.

  12. Paul Cook says:

    In the Middle Ages there were many cases where people were tried, convicted and hung and or burnt alive for having sex with animals. The animals were also tried and put inside the court/witness box too. There are some reported cases where the animals either gave evidence or ‘replied’ to cross examination!
    The animals were found guilty and were also hung or burnt.

  13. barriejohn says:

    Better be careful what name you give your pet. “Roger the Dog” could be seen as an invitation by some visiting clergy, and the result could be positively horrific:

  14. barriejohn says:

    Paul Cook: This Wikipedia entry is too funny for words. Notice that the Church put its full weight behind the nonsense.

    (I)n 1750, a female donkey was acquitted of charges of bestiality due to witnesses to the animal’s virtue and good behaviour while her human co-accused were sentence to death.

    Nice to know that there was SOME justice, but how the hell could you exile an insect?

  15. Newspaniard says:

    Barry, I started laughing as soon as I read, “…find a new top dog…”.

  16. Ex Patriot says:

    This was to funny for words, but it really made my day, Nothing these idiots do surprises me any more.

  17. Broga says:

    “Hill was nabbed after he made arrangements to travel to Columbia to have sex with the dog.”

    I wonder what the arrangements were?

    Jerry: “No, I don’t think a hotel room will be needed. But perhaps you could arrange for an understanding Christian Minister to be there to bless the union before we begin. I am, after all, an ordained Christian Minister myself. I would also like to have a good quality and spacious kennel to share my intimate moments with Fido.”

  18. David Anderson says:

    I fancy a hotdog now.

  19. Paul Cook says:


    excellent! Glad to see the donkey got off for good behaviour.

  20. barriejohn says:

    Paul Cook: Nice ass!