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Zoosadist Evidence was the name of a Telegram channel which contained images, video, and discussion of extreme violence to animalsand alleged that the members involved were specific individuals in the furry zoophile chat. In Septembera Twitter by the name of Zoodonym Akelatweeted a link to a Telegram channel with the statement:. The channel, titled " Zoosadism Evidence ", contained Telegram messages forwarded from other channels in which members of the furry fandom discussed what they called "hard zoo", or particularly violent bestialityincluding necrophilia and animal snuff films.
The channel also contained video and images, and multiple RAR files containing exported Telegram chat logs and further images and video. When the chat logs were leaked, the leaker specifically notified multiple members of the fandom with high Twitter follower counts, including Patch O'Furr.
After being posted, many of the s featured in the files deleted their Telegram s, which removed some of the information from the channel, and the Zoosadist Evidence channel was deleted several times. The contents of the RAR files were made available elsewhere and distributed online. On Twitter, "Akela" zoophile chat named multiple members of the furry fandom as zoosadists.
In all cases, Akela linked only to the full Telegram channel, and not any specific evidence pointing to an individual person. According to people who looked through the files, the video and images in the files included an individual penetrating the corpse of a deer ; an individual penetrating a live, tied-up dog ; and an animal tied over a log having the wide end of a baseball bat shoved into its anus and vagina until it begins to spasm.
The chat logs also included individuals discussing bringing a dog sedated on marijuana or an over the counter drug to a convention for the purposes of bestiality; suggesting in order to fulfill a fetish that someone procured a snake from Craigslist in order to sexually penetrate it and then abandon it outside; and Kero the Wolf discussing his dog's fatal illness and his regret over sexually abusing the animal.
In addition to these descriptions, the RAR files contained hundreds of others. Some of these files were normal and generic photos of different dogs, likely taken from the Internet. Kero the Wolf claimed variably that his Telegramwhich requires two-factor authentication, had been hacked, and that the chat logs had been faked by an unknown person or group in order to frame him. Zoodonym is ostensibly a zoophile also involved in the groups swho eventually believed that the group's actions went too far and decided to act as a whistleblower.
However, others [ who? Most of the chat logs appeared to be from the of someone whose display name was ' Snake-Thing[ citation needed ] an individual who in the logs encouraged others to engage in animal abuse, leading many to believe this was the identity of Zoodonym. In the chats, Snake-Thing discussed living in the same area as Nelizar. In December ofFowlgon posted a speedpaint featuring Snake-Thing's fursona beside Sangie's fursona.
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