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A man has been acquitted of all charges in a case in which he and others were accused of assaulting a boy at parties for 'furries'.
The Bucks County panel deliberated for about two hours Friday before acquitting 57-year-old Kenneth Fenske of Quakertown, Pennsylvania.
Prosecutors alleged that the boy was abused at 'furry' parties in the county beginning in 2009.
Furry fandom encompasses much more than just the 'therians' – or, people who feel as though they're spiritually connected to animals, according to Fur Science.Furries represent fans of media featuring anthropomorphic animals, and may include artists, writers, gamers, and role players.Most create a 'fursona,' or anthropomorphized animal character for themselves, to interact with the community.The demographics: More than 75% of furries are younger than 25 About 84% identify as male, while 13% are female, and 2.5% are transgender Most furries (83.2%) are white About one-third identify as 'exclusively heterosexual,' but research has shown furries 'are about five times more likely to identify as exclusively homosexual than the general population' Three other men and a woman are still awaiting trial in the case.Another man pleaded guilty to child sex trafficking and is awaiting sentencing.Attorney General Josh Shapiro has said the boy was abused for nearly eight years, starting in 2009.The boy told investigators Parker molested him on multiple occasions in Schuylkill County before he was age 13 and, according to a search warrant affidavit, 'would take him to homes or apartments where...other adults would touch (him) in a sexual way.'Knox told investigators that Parker encouraged him to 'have at it' with the boy, and that he sexually abused the child in an upstairs bedroom.He said Parker also forced the child to perform a sexual act, according to police.The teen said his parents were present at the parties but had no idea about the assaults.He only opened up about the horrific incidents last year.'I kept it to myself,' the boy testified, according to