Zoosadist investigation: Matthew “Cupid” Grabowsky harasses investigator, gets immediately slapped with child porn conviction
by Patch O'Furr
Content warning for animal abuse and sexual violence.
In September 2021, Washington furry fan Matthew “Cupid” Grabowsky was convicted for a new charge of child porn possession. He faces up to 20 years in jail. This revives news of his 2019 animal cruelty conviction, which drew protest about his continued presence in the furry fan community. We’ll look into how Cupid was convicted this time, but first let’s look at how this supports a deeper story about a crime ring he was in.
NEW CORROBORATION: 2019 reporting by Dogpatch Press featured Cupid in the headline, and claimed a deeper story.
The 2019 report here covered a big leak of a furry/zoophile crime ring for animal torture porn (zoosadism) and child abuse. Think movie serial-killer-like behavior. Hundreds of hours of investigation found a “matrix of corroboration”. Legal documents for Cupid’s new conviction add more evidence:
- There’s new disclosure of serious crime predating August 2018; the same time period in the Dogpatch Press report.
- Cupid’s 2019 conviction was a misdemeanor that let him off easy, indicating he gained a plea deal that let him come back and minimize his crime.
- Cupid’s 2021 charge led to immediate conviction with a guilty plea. (That can happen from breaking terms of a deal, explaining why it came out now.)
- The newly disclosed crime involved multiple child victims, even toddlers forced into sexual contact with animals.
- Victim ID’s hinted in new court documents don’t match other known victims reported to law enforcement; more may keep coming out.
I barely have words. This dude has caused grief for myself and my friends for YEARS. I've done what I can to just stay far away from him and his close friends for a long time. My hope was that he was truly getting himself better but this is way too far.
— ᵒᵗᵗ (@ovenotter) September 16, 2021