LupineFox

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LupineFox, occasionally Lupine for short, LupineFox Paz in Second Life,[1] (Kenneth C. Fenske) is a fursuiter who lives in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USA.[2]

Biography[edit]

In real life LupineFox owned a small software company he founded as well as a DIY solar kit company. His hobbies include history, antiques, home repair, woodworking and disc golf. LupineFox created the FURsvp (formerly Surple.com) online event manager, but has since[when?] passed it on to SkippyFox.

Fandom involvement[edit]

LupineFox has been involved in the furry fandom since 2005. He held monthly (or so) furmeets in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USA. LupineFox hosted the New Years Furry Ball in 2007 as a follow up to smaller New Years' parties in previous years, leading it in two subsequent years as it grew from a two-suite party to a more comprehensive event. He was a Furfright hospitality staff member from 2009-2011 and usually volunteers unofficially at the Anthrocon art show.

LupineFox frequents Second Life as LupineFox Paz, where he runs a business selling scripted cigarettes and related items.

Fursona[edit]

LupineFox's fursona is a fox with bluish-purple hair, typically wearing sleek sunglasses and smoking a cigarette.

Controversy[edit]

Main article: 2016/2017 child abuse arrests

On Friday, January 27, 2017, LupineFox was arrested as part of a legal case involving multiple other members of the furry fandom.[2]

On January 12, 2018, LupineFox was found not guilty of all criminal charges by a jury after two hours of deliberations.[3] During the four-day trial, his attorney compared the prosecution witnesses' testimony to "a train wreck", arguing that LupineFox could not have taken off a fox fursuit that its maker testified as being made in 2015, six years after the alleged rape.[4] David R. Parker (RebelWolf) had testified for the prosecution, claiming that his own guilt had prevented him from going to the police.

References[edit]

  1. LupineFox's profile on LiveJournal. Retrieved January 28, 2017.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Milford man charged with 2009 child rape" - article on The Intelligencer. Dated January 27, 2017. Retrieved January 28, 2017.
  3. Milford “furry” child rape suspect found not guilty - James O’Malley, Bucks County Courier Times. Dated January 12, 2018. Retrieved ?.
  4. Quakertown Man Found ‘Not Guilty’ In Bucks County Rape Case - Jim Melwert, CBS Philly. Dated January 12, 2018. Retrieved ?.

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