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Penn State professor arrested for having sex with his dog is a Hillary Clinton donor

Matsoukas was a regular contributor to the Left-wing PAC ActBlue, donating over $1000 between 2010 and 2020.

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A now-former Penn State University professor arrested at his home on Tuesday for allegedly performing sexual acts with his dog in a public forest is a long-standing Democrat donor. 

64-year-old Themis Matsoukas' first political donation was of $500 to John Kerry for President in 2004. He donated $50 to Hillary for America in 2016 and made $331 in donations to Warren for President between August 2019 and February 2020. 

Matsoukas was a regular contributor to the left-wing PAC ActBlue, donating over $1000 between 2010 and 2020. The organization claims on its website to support Democrat candidates, progressive organizations, and non-profits. 

The former professor was arrested and charged with open lewdness, indecent exposure, sexual intercourse with an animal, animal cruelty, and disorderly conduct after being spotted on trail cams naked with his collie in Rothrock State Forest. 

The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources rangers began their investigation in April after they captured a man engaging in lewd behavior with a dog near a park restroom, trying to film it. 

He identified after returning to the park in May when his Subaru matched a vehicle spotted in the previous footage. 

Investigators have trail cam footage going back to 2014 showing the 64-year-old walking around the park with no pants on with his dog wearing a black ski mask. 

According to WTAJ, one of the videos allegedly shows Matsoukas masturbating while he moves his iPad around to get different angles while his dog licked his anus. 

While investigators searched the man's home he told them, "I’m done, I’m dead. You don’t understand, I do it to blow off steam,” before asking them to shoot him saying "I need to die." 

Matsoukas was a chemical engineering professor for 30 years at Penn State before they announced he had been "relieved of his responsibilities and is on leave," after word of his arrest spread. 

His hearing is scheduled for July 19th. 

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