In a disturbing case of sexual crimes against children, a gay couple was arrested in Georgia’s Walton County for making and distributing pornography of two children that they had adopted.
Both gay men – William Dale Zulock and Zachary Jacoby Zulock – living as a same-sex couple had adopted two boys that the media said were identified as a pair of brothers. They made the boys engage in sex and recorded them to make child porn that they shared online.
Teaming up with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, the Walton County sheriff’s Office began an investigation into the reported crime on July 27 when they were tipped that a man in Oxford was downloading child sexual abuse material. Upon raiding the man’s residence, the cops learned that someone was producing homemade child porn with children in the home.
An emergency response team of the police along with members of Walton County’s Division of Family and Children’s Services raided the Zulocks on July 28, arrested the suspects, and took into custody the two abused children. The Western Journal reported that each Zulock faces felony charges of aggravated child molestation and sexual exploitation of a child and enticing a child for indecent purposes. The arrested gay couple has been locked up in Walton County Jail.
Establishment media outlets omitted any mention of a same-sex couple getting arrested for sex crimes against children. WSB-TV 2 went with “Metro Atlanta couple” in their headline while CBS46 simply used “couple” in their story title. But Tornado News specified in their tweet that it was a same-sex couple.
Same sex couple arrested in Walton County, Georgia on child pornography charges. https://t.co/ypybQhGvTU— The Tornado News (@TheTornadoNews) August 6, 2022
While the crime of engaging children in sex and making their porn movies is sickening beyond words, one liberal teacher reportedly tried to justify what happened to the young boys at the house of the Zulocks. Townhall reported on a Twitter post of a retired teacher, Laurie Kelly, who suggested it was better for the boys to have a “loving sexual relationship” in their adopted home than living with “physical, emotional, spiritual, and psychological abuse” at their biological parents.
Why are they always teachers 🚩🚩 pic.twitter.com/cOKEro02FV— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) August 8, 2022
The media tends to be very protective of gay marriage and relationships and under-reporting or blacking out on abuse in same-sex couples’ homes is likely a common practice. But less frequent reports of abuse of adopted children in same-sex relationships do make news. In 2015, CNS News reported the stories of four adopted children raised by same-sex parents, who testified that their gay parents subjected them to frequent abuse, including deliberate and traumatizing exposure to sexual activity. The witnesses expressed their opposition to legalizing same-sex marriage.