So here's a horror story to keep us all up at night: NYC cop Gilberto Valle III was just arrested for plotting to kidnap, cook, and eat 100 women. Yeah, I'll let that sink in a moment. Police and the FBI caught him emailing an unnamed co-conspirator (there were two) about their plans to catch, kill, and eat their first victim.
So here's the fun part: Police found computer files of women he was planning to (shudder) consume. With names. And photographs. And he was using police databases for surveillance. HO LEE SHITOLEY. There is so much disturbing information here I'm not sure how to process it all. Excuse me while I call my therapist before finishing this post.
You don't really want to hear the creepy details, but here they are anyway. This really is the scariest thing you'll hear all Halloween season.
This quote allegedly from Valle is just ... can we please lock this guy up forever? "I was thinking of tying her body onto some kind of apparatus ... cook her over a low heat, keep her alive as long as possible ..." And then THIS: "I love that she is asleep right now not have the slightest clue of what we have planned. Her days are numbered ... She does look tasty, doesn't she?" Shudder.
You know what I love? I love that Cannibal Cop is fucking locked up right now! That's what I love. He does not have the slightest clue WHAT EVERY WOMAN READING ABOUT HIM WOULD LIKE TO DO TO HIM RIGHT NOW. Apparently his first intended victim was a friend who lives out-of-state and the two had eaten lunch together recently. But it was thanks to a tip from his estranged wife that police found out about Valle.
I just hope the police never, ever release the names of the women in those files. I'm sure if any of them ever found out they were in there, they'd never have a quiet, unmedicated night's sleep ever again! But speaking on behalf of all the women of New York City, I know I'll sleep a lot better once I know this guy has been convicted and locked away for good. I don't know how much time you can do for conspiracy to commit kidnapping and for accessing unauthorized data from the National Crime information Center database (his charges), but I hope they go for the max.
How would you feel if you found out you, a family member, or a friend were in Valle's files?
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