David Truscott, a 43 year old UK man with a fetish for rolling naked in cow manure has been sentenced to five years in jail after he threatened to kill a family when they asked him to stop using their farm.
Authorities told the man became obsessed with Woodbury House Farm near Redruth and carried out an eight-year campaign against the family when they tried to prevent him from using their land.
From there, Truscott tells the UK’s dailymail came to threaten to burn down the farm in West Cornwall and to attack owner Clive Roth, his wife Jackie, and their family.
The man’s hate campaign started in 2004 when he was caught rolling naked in cow pats and subsequently banned from the property after stripping off and climbing into a spreader.
During court processions yesterday, Judge Philip Wassall told how David Truscott removed cow pats from the farm and began entering the farm to masturbate while rolling around in slurry.
Upon being asked to stop by farm owners, Clive and Jackie Roth (yes the audacity….kinky is kinky please) Truscott for his part became enraged. Because kinky is kinky…
Seeking revenge to his scorn, David Truscott over the ensuing years set fire to the milking parlor, torched a tractor, shed and hay, consequently finding himself jailed in 2005, 2009, and 2011. Because kinky is kinky.
In September 2009, David Truscott received a 16-week sentence after he stripped naked in the cattle pen, released the cattle and climbed into the slurry spreader.
On his release, Truscott returned to the farm and sat naked in cow faeces, and was jailed for a further 20 weeks.
It was thought whilst staying at a hostel in Exeter, Truscott made a series of chilling threats about how he wanted to take revenge on the family by burning their farm and tying their 17-year-old son to a tree.
Truscott spent a few weeks at another supported hostel in Somerset where staff allowed him to indulge in some aspects of his fetish, but he became angry and upset after being moved to Exeter, where he could not continue.
Court papers would also show during this time, Truscott was being treated for a type of autism.
The court heard how his threats have had a devastating effect on the Roth family and the farmer is now seriously ill, while his wife and family say his vendetta has affected their work and their lives.
Truscott boasted of having £2,000 cash ($3300 USD) which he wanted to spend on a hit-man and spoke of his admiration for revenge killer Raoul Moat.
He fantasized about kidnapping members of the Roth family, tying them to trees, dousing them with petrol and setting them alight.
During questioning, Truscott would admit to having made threats to kill and destroy property.
Reiterated Judge Philip Wassall: ‘You expressed your anger and frustration at the people who owned the farm.
‘They must have been at their wits’ end that you kept coming back to their land. They are living in fear of seeing you again.
‘From everything I have heard and read I have not the slightest doubt you are a dangerous offender who poses a very real risk of causing serious harm.
‘In your case that could be anyone who owns a farm but at the moment it particularly applies to this family.’
From there Judge Philip Wassall handed David Truscott an extended sentence of 10 years following psychiatric reports.
Told David Truscott’s lawyer, Robin Smith during testimony: ‘My client is a complex and troubled individual and the context in which he made the threats is a very relevant feature.
‘He was released on February 27, 2012 half way through his sentence and for three and a half months he stayed at a hostel in Somerset.
Adding: ‘He was very content there and was allowed to engage in some of his bizarre behaviour. His difficulties came when he was transferred to Exeter and these threats were made three days later.
‘It was in that conversation he made these threats when he was agitated and angry. There was an element of bravado, hot-headedness and attention seeking.’
David Trustcott will begin his sentence in a mental hospital and will be subject to an order under the Mental Health Act until he is deemed well enough to be moved to complete his sentence in prison.
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