Court Decision: Wisconsin Law Bans Sex With the Dead, Necophilia is a Crime Afterall


BIZARRE … Necophilia now finally banned in Wisconsin.

The Wisconsin State Supreme Court over turned a lower courts earlier decision that there was nothing in state law that banned necrophilia. The WI Supreme Court ruled 5–2 that in fact there were laws. The ruling caused a reinstatement of sexual assault charges against three suspects.

The ruling reinstates attempted sexual assault charges against twin brothers Nicholas and Alexander Grunke and Dustin Radke, all 22. They face up to 10 years in prison if convicted.

The basis of the ruling is on the fact that the state bans sexual intercourse when there is no consent. There is no wording in the law that states whether the victim is dead or alive and by using an ounce of common sense a dead person cannot give consent. Of course the disturbing thought is that 2 judges tried to find a way that sex with a corpse was not a crime. Nice! One would think that no consent means just that … NO CONSENT! It is disturbing to know that there are judges out there who do not think that the dead have rights, only their assailants do.

Not anymore, the court ruled in a 5-2 decision.

Justice Patience Roggensack, writing a majority opinion with three other justices, said state law bans sexual intercourse with anyone who does not give consent whether a victim is dead or alive at the time. Dead bodies obviously can’t give consent, she said.

“A reasonably well-informed person would understand the statute to prohibit sexual intercourse with a dead person,” she wrote.

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  • Comments

    7 Responses to “Court Decision: Wisconsin Law Bans Sex With the Dead, Necophilia is a Crime Afterall”

    1. brenda on July 10th, 2008 12:35 pm

      maybe the 2 judges who cast the “nay” votes were from Vermont????

    2. Allan on July 10th, 2008 4:22 pm

      Necrophilia is criminal insanity and you know it,and I know it but some judges don’t!
      What the hell is wrong with those to judges?

    3. misskatie on July 10th, 2008 9:40 pm

      perhaps those two judges are performing Necophilia or are entertaining the thought… why else would anyone in their right mind think its ok…

    4. richard on July 11th, 2008 7:58 am

      Patience Roggensack? That name shines out ….

      One wonders if there will be an appeal to the Supreme Court. After all, suppose the … uh … what would you call them, anyway?

      (And for that matter, what sex was the deceased?)

      Suppose the three suspects say that they had a psychic insight that the corpse was in love with them. (This is getting to be too weird even to think about.) Then they could challenge the court’s decision on the ground that it misinterpreted the law … oh, i don’t know.

      More seriously, Wisconsin was the state that was honored by the residence of Ed Gein. If you don’t know who Ed Gein was, you probably don’t want to … but his name is relevant to this case.
      One would think that his deeds would have prompted passage of a law.

      Then again, most of us would never think that a law was needed, because most of us could never conceive that this situation was possible.

      One wonders whether these three … uh, “kids” … were stimulated by any particular TV or movie program. Or computer game. Or whatever.

      Even worse … is Hollywood going to be inspired by this story to grace our tottering culture with new trash productions?

    5. richard on July 11th, 2008 8:01 am

      Question: If the dead cannot consent to sexual activity, then it cannot protest it, either.

      So without a complaint on the part of the assaulted, how can a charge of sexual assault be prosecuted?

      Anyone else feel that this whole thing is one of those stories that you have to rub your eyes and wonder if it can be true? Problem is … more and more stuff that you read today is that way.

    6. roy on July 11th, 2008 12:34 pm

      Maybe these judges are from Aruba!

    7. Miss-Underestimated on July 11th, 2008 2:12 pm


      I wonder how many married couples will feel they are guilty?

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