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cannibal cop gilberto valle

Gilberto Valle (pictured), a New York City cop with six years on the force, planned to kidnap, torture, cook and eat more than 100 women, the New York Daily News reports.

The FBI intercepted his plans through multiple internet discussions he had with a co-conspirator that date back to early this year. Valle even went as far as to ask how to slow-cook a grown human. Federal agents arrested him at his Forest Hills, Queens apartment this morning. He will be arraigned at a Manhattan federal court today. Valle is married, according to the New York Times.

The co-conspirator has not been identified.

Valle, 28, did his instant messaging of his sordid plans on his home computer. The files of more than 100 women, including photos, first and last names and other personal information, was also found on his hard drive. The FBI tracked down 10 of women the men planned on attacking. They all acknowledged knowing of Valle in some capacity. Valle accessed a law enforcement data base without permission while plotting his cannibalistic attacks.

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In an 8-page complaint filed by the feds, Valle and his co-conspirator’s conversations of how they would kidnap and cook their victims were beyond sick. During his exchange with the co-conspirator, he expressed a desire to be a “professional kidnapper.”

“You do know if we don’t waste any of her, there is nearly 75 pounds of food there,” the co-conspirator wrote during one of their exchanges.

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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.

During a February chat, Valle assured the co-conspirator he would deliver the woman alive, but wouldn’t participate in what happened after that.

“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,” he wrote.

“I am putting my neck on the line here. If something goes wrong somehow, I am in deep s—. $5,000 and you need to make sure that she is not found. She will definitely make the news.”

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.

“15 years until I can move the hell out of this rotten scumbag-filled city,” he wrote in a January 2011 posting.

In another sick exchange with his co-conspirator who offered Valle $5,000 to kidnap a woman, the cannibal cop assured him that the woman would be delivered in good shape. “No need to worry. She will be alive. It’s a short drive to you. I think I would rather not get involved in the rape,” Valle allegedly replied. “You paid for her. She is all yours and I don’t want to be tempted the next time I abduct a girl.”

FBI Acting Assistant Director Mary E. Galligan said Valle’s words need no further explanation. “The allegations in the complaint really need no description from us,” Galligan said in a statement issued Thursday. “It would be an understatement merely to say Valle’s own words and actions were shocking.

Go here to read the full federal report of Valle’s plans.

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