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A jury has found a 24-year-old Wisconsin man guilty of attempted sexual assault—in trying to dig up a dead woman's body so that his brother could have sex with a 20-year-old woman's deceased's corpse that wouldn't "holler at, or complain or nag".
Four years ago, September 2006, three men--Alexander Grunke, brother Nick Grunke and friend Dustin Radke visited the St. Charles cemetery in Cassville, Wisconsin. Their intent was to dig up a 20-year-old’s body from the cemetery grounds, the remains of a woman who had died the week before in a car wreck.
Police say the men bought condoms from a store prior, and were successful in digging up the woman’s grave—but their efforts were then blocked by the concrete vault that contained the woman's casket. An approaching vehicle stopped the mens’ efforts altogether and the trio ran--however was stopped by police, who say Grunke was dressed in black and perspiring profusely.
A Grant County court and jury heard from Radke—who testified that his friend had long wanted to have sex with a corpse, per KCRG. The reason: "Nick said numerous times over the years how he'd love to have sex with a dead body because he wouldn't want to have a woman to come home to holler at, or complain or nag at him," Radke was quoted.