An officer with the New York Police Department was making plans to cook and consume as many as 100 women. Gilberto Valle, a six-year veteran of the NYPD force, was conspiring to kidnap, kill and consume lots of women, according to the FBI.
Valle kept a large database of women whom he planned to abduct. There were individual files for each woman. Such as the document for the first victim entitled “Abducting and Cooking: A Blueprint.” In it, Valle had detailed information on the woman, including her bra size.
Valle discussed his plans online with two co-conspirators.
Valle typed things such as: “I was thinking of tying her body to some kind of apparatus… cook her over low heat, keep her alive as long as possible. …I love that she is asleep right now not having the slightest clue what we have planned. She does look tasty doesn’t she?”
Valle’s attorneys say that the messages were nothing more than a fantasy that Valle would not have acted out.
Forensic psychologist Dr. N.G. Berrill seems to think that could be the case. He told CBS 2 in New York, “Typically, the individuals that I’ve encountered who have actually engaged in serial murders or engaged in cannibalism don’t really write about it.”
Valle has been suspended from the NYPD and charged with conspiracy to commit kidnapping.