Democrat Used ‘Torture Porn’ Actor In Campaign Material

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September 9, 2014 9:00am PST

Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf has pulled a campaign ad which featured 50-year-old attorney and actor Alan Benyak. Benyak has run his own law practice for 20 years and was also a Democratic candidate for judge in Washington County, but it’s what he’s been doing after hours that has caused quite a bit of controversy.

In Wolf’s campaign ad, Benyak vouched for his time in the Peace Corps. He was filmed sitting on the hood of a Jeep, talking about the Democrat’s time in India. But the actors other gigs weren’t quite as G-rated.

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Benyak is a torture porn actor who has starred in two grotesque films. “Lucifer’s Unholy Desire” is a cannibal fetish film while “Breeding Farm” features Benyak abducting women from the side of the road whom he then uses as aminal-style sex slaves; riding, milking and breeding them for his own satisfaction. To say that the films are disgusting would be a huge understatement.

Benyak’s character in the 2013 film “Breeding Farm” is called Mr. Cannibal. IMDb describes the porn flick this way:

“After a night of partying, four friends are kidnapped by a mysterious man. The friends wake up in a basement, and realize they are part of something horrifying. A human breeding farm. They are to be milked, bred, and much, much worse.”

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Some of the sickos who watched the entire movie and then left their comments on IMDb affirmed this description, with one saying, “The movie delivers everything it promises. Girls being abducted, breed and milked for a psycho’s pleasure.”

BuzzFeed reports that the film features Benyak “torturing a half-naked woman, buying a woman, force-feeding a woman, engaging in cannibalism and inspecting a woman as if she is livestock.”

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Benyak maintains that he only starred in “Breeding Farm” as a favor for a friend, however, he has provided no alibi for his role in “Lucifer’s Unholy Desire”. This may be just as well, as there is no sufficient reason for acting in a torture porn film. He released a statement in which he refused to apologize for his questionable activities, saying:

“Unfortunately, I have become political fodder in a game of high-stakes politics due to a small role I played in a low budget film as a favor to a friend struggling to fulfill his own dreams. I’m a veteran, a small business owner, and I’m active in my community. If helping friends in need is what I’m charged with, then I am guilty, and I won’t apologize for it.”

Do you think Wolf’s chances at winning the upcoming election are totally shot with this ugly stain on his reputation? Sound off in the comments section!

H/T: MailOnline

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