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Jonesboro man accused of having sex with dog

By ALEXIS STEVENS

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

6:04 p.m. Saturday, July 25, 2009

A Jonesboro man arrested for allegedly having sex with his dog was released from jail Friday night on $6,600 bond.

Edwin Robles, 53, faces a felony bestiality charge, according to police. He was booked into the Clayton County jail in the early morning hours Friday, and was released about 9:30 p.m., according to jail records.

Robles is accused of performing the sexual act on his dog, named Chain, police said.

Police went to Robles’ home after receiving a tip from the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department in Florida, according to Lt. Rebecca Brown with Clayton police.

Robles previously lived in the Kissimmee, Fla., area.

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There really is no hope for humanity.

Humans are a virus. They destroy the earth. They destroy forests. They kill. They rape. They have sex with animals. They spread diseases sexually with multiple sexual partners. They perform gay sex acts.

Death is a debt we all must pay.

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There really is no hope for humanity.

Humans are a virus. They destroy the earth. They destroy forests. They kill. They rape. They have sex with animals. They spread diseases sexually with multiple sexual partners. They perform gay sex acts.

Death is a debt we all must pay.

Wake up on the wrong side of the bed this morning?

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