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Cop Found Guilty Of Using Police Database To Stalk, Kill & Eat Women, But Judge Set Him Free
By John Vibes on December 5, 2015
New York City, NY – Former NYPD officer Gilberto Valle has been in and out of court since 2012, when it was discovered that he was using a police database to stalk over 100 different women. To make matters even more disturbing, Valle spoke in graphic detail in online chats about how he planned to kidnap, kill and eat the women on his list.
He was originally convicted of conspiracy to kidnap and illegally accessing an NYPD database in 2013, but the conviction was overturned on the grounds that Valle’s plans were not real, but were part of a “fantasy roleplay.” Valle did not deny that he searched the women in the database, nor that he had spoken about killing and eating them, he just claimed that it was all a fantasy that he never planned on going through with. Surprisingly, even though a jury found him guilty, a judge accepted his excuse and overturned the verdict.
“The complaint alleges that Valle illegally used federal and state law enforcement databases to “locate potential victims,” and that he surveilled some of these women at their homes and places of employment. He also allegedly drafted an “operation plan” to abduct and cook one woman, and researched “methods of disabling and drugging women.”
In one July communication, Valle wrote that he was contemplating tying one “tasty” woman “onto some kind of apparatus…cook her over a low heat, keep her alive as long as possible.” When asked about the size of his oven, Valle replied, “Big enough to fit one of these girls if I folded their legs.” Agents found a document on Valle’s computer titled “Abducting and Cooking [Victim-1]: a Blueprint.” The document included the woman’s name, date of birth, height, weight, and bra size, along with a “Materials Needed” section (car, chloroform, and rope).
Valle’s computer also revealed that he and a co-conspirator “negotiated and agreed to a price at which Valle would kidnap” another woman, who is referred to as “Victim-2” in the complaint. Valle wrote, “$5,000 and she is all yours,” noting that, “I’m putting my neck on the line here. If something goes wrong somehow, I am in deep #.” He subsequently added, “I think I would rather not get involved in the rape. You paid for her. She is all yours and I don’t want to be tempted the next time I abduct a girl.”
This week, the appeal was rejected, and Valle was able to avoid any consequences for his actions.
The judges in the case defended their decision, saying that stalking women and planning to kill them were within Valle’s rights to free speech.
If this man is ever allowed to actually go ahead and perform any of the villainy described in his online life, I hope that everyone who refused to keep this deranged fantasist in jail gets arrested for conspiracy to murder.
The man should be monitored.
For example, it's fine for a store clerk or a window cleaner to be all sorts of "interesting" psychologically. It should be illegal to gain employment as a law enforcer and have the sort of psychopathology expressed in this mans fantasies.
In short, law enforcement officials should be expected to be decent from the core to the skin and back again, and if they take up the badge and are found not to be as wholesome as granary bread, then there should be consequences for that officer which START at loss of the job, and end at incarceration.
This guy had searched out woman, watched them at their homes and work, had a “operation plan” to kill and eat them. Bet you it was only playing make believe when he got caught.
originally posted by: ZeussusZ
a reply to: tsurfer2000h
It wasn't really fanstasy thinking though. This guy had searched out woman, watched them at their homes and work, had a “operation plan” to kill and eat them. Bet you it was only playing make believe when he got caught. This judge is a shocker.