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NY Daily News By Rocco Parascandola & Greg B. Smith Oct.25, 2012
“I was thinking of tying her body on to some kind of apparatus, cook her over a low heat, keep her alive as long as possible,” New York Cop, Gilberto Valle, 28, wrote during one particularly harrowing online chat.
The FBI busted alleged cannibal cop Gilberto Valle, 28, after intercepting multiple internet discussions in which the 26th Precinct cop offered gory details about a nightmarish plan straight out of a horror flick.
The FBI and the NYPD’s Internal Affairs Bureau moved in after a tip from Valle’s estranged wife, a law enforcement source said.
In September the bureau learned that Valle was instant messaging from his home computer, outlining his outrageous kidnap and torture plot. (Valle on left, pic credit NY Daily News)
When authorities seized his computer, they found files pertaining to at least 100 women with photos of each. He had first and last names for almost all of them and personal information on many.
He apparently became more deranged as the months passed, first offering to sell one woman to the co-conspirator for $5,000 so he could rape and kill her, prosecutors say.
As the months progressed, however, Valle began talking about taking part in more macabre behavior – cooking and eating his victims.
When his co-conspirator asked, “How big is your oven?” Valle replied, “Big enough to fit one of these girls if I folded their legs.”
Besides being unhinged, it appears Valle was also disgruntled as a cop. On his Facebook page he complained about perps begin released by the “liberal court system” and counted the days until he could retire from the NYPD and begin collecting his pension.