NYPD officer planned to kidnap and eat women [trigger warning]


57 Responses to “NYPD officer planned to kidnap and eat women [trigger warning]”

  1. taras says:

    After learning about the ‘toilet community’ on YouTube (people who obsess over rare toilet flush videos), it’s somehow less shocking that there’s a cannibal community too. Still, Internet, wtf.

  2. Antinous / Moderator says:

    Well, no doubt he’ll lose at least a week’s paid vacation over this.

    • Sagodjur says:

      I wouldn’t be surprised if the FBI is perusing his methods to find better ways to stalk innocent Americans that they haven’t already thought of.

  3. plyx says:

    It should have been titled ‘How to Serve Women’.

  4. andyhavens says:


  5. dolo54 says:

    ‘Cannibal Cop’ was like my favorite movie in the 80s!


  7. $19428857 says:

    Was he planning to use a formidable marinade?

  8. Also: the article says he was a Yankees fan, so that actually explains a lot.

  9. sockdoll says:

    Christ what an asshole.

    What the fuck is wrong with people?

  10. BarBarSeven says:

    What is really sick about this is just how casual & methodical this stuff is described. WTF is this guy’s psychology?!?

  11. soundhound says:

    Will it blend?

  12. spacemunky says:

    To Protect and Serve with Fava Beans and a Nice Chianti

  13. Ceronomus says:

    “To Serve and Protect”! It’s a cookbook!

    • benher says:

      If you look closer, you will see there’s just a little space dust covering the title… *blows off dust* 
      It clearly reads “To Serve and Protect For Women!”

  14. atlouiedog says:

    The only good thing that could have come out of this was a Law & Order episode, but they canceled the original and that’s the only one I liked.

  15. PhosPhorious says:

    I can’t take a pair of toenail clippers on to a plane. . .  but this guy gets a badge and a gun and access to public records.

    The system works!

  16. Mister44 says:

    I can’t remember how i found it – but I found two comics about basically roasting women on a spit and them (the women) getting of on it. o_0 Yeah so – just had to share. People are messed up.

  17. The US media reports on this story of a perverse internet conversation with no victims, but they will not touch the story of an anti corruption whistle blower who was murdered by the NYPD and his body stolen from the hospital to destroy evidence Why has this not been reported or investigated? Who is being protected? Why is the media complicit? http://www.sunnysheu.blogspot.com

    • Louis Krayer says:

      Because there is no verifiable evidence to support the claim. All the sources in regards to this are conspiracy or political fringe sites with nothing concrete to support their claims.

  18. BombBlastLightingWaltz says:

    The police recruit psycho’s. Its a prerequisite. High school bully’s long for the day they will exert excessive force over the meek and defenceless, hence joining a local law enforcement detachment. Then there are the few, who, law abiding, think they are actually serving the public at large but they find they have to swallow all that and stand by their peers in solidarity no matter how outlandish their actions are, for the union.

    • huskerdont says:

      This may fall under the category of science at the time that has since been disproved but I never saw it: I remember back in the day reading that both violent criminals and cops were much more likely than the average person to have an extra Y chromosome. (I suppose I could research this to see if it’s still thought to be true, but eh, Internet commentary on violent cops–what do I care? These people are seriously fecked up and not worth it.)

  19. Jason Baker says:

    A few files about them? That’s nothing. I heard about this other guy who kept binders full of women.

  20. alissa mower clough says:

    What a rookie! Don’t you know you have to gut your catch before you cook it?
    (Sorry, but someone once explained why you can’t just cook someone in a big pot like in the cartoons….)

  21. MythicalMe says:

    Has anyone stopped to think that perhaps the guy was just writing with no real ambition to actually carry out his fantasy? Maybe a little ghoulish perhaps, but could it just possibly be some kind of stress outlet?

    In reading the entire story I found no cause to believe that he was doing anything wrong, except perhaps accessing the police database illegally. I mean I might write about bank robbery on a forum that caters to that kind of fantasy and have no expectations that anyone in the forum has any real aspirations of trying it.

    I’d be willing to bet that when the issue is brought before a judge that the officer gets a slap on the wrist for the database.

    • Yes, I’m certain that he and the judge will share a great laugh about that whole “kidnapping conspiracy” charge where he jokingly “negotiated to kidnap another woman — Victim 2 — for someone else, writing, ‘$5,000 and she’s all yours.’”

      I think I’ll take your bet… shall we make it $10,000?

      • bryan rasmussen says:

        10,000 dollars is some pretty good bank, with that you could pay for two women to be kidnapped. Hopefully you have a binder to put them in?

    • That_Anonymous_Coward says:

      You mean like all of those lone wolf terrorists that FBI keeps setting up to catch?
      Find some people just talking, get them talking more and encourage the behavior, get them worked up enough to do it and then arrest them?

      Once he tied his “fantasy” to real people he moved beyond the idle daydream model.

      • Boundegar says:

        It also looks like he left gruesome comments all over the NYPD database, which kind of sounds like the classic cry for help.  If his plans had any ambition, a cop of all people should know how to cover his tracks.

        • That_Anonymous_Coward says:

          Tony Bologna lied to the world about what happened on tape, and is still employeed.
          We have officers who raped a drunk woman, still on the job.
          When your untouchable you stop worrying about leaving evidence behind.

          It might be a cry for help, it might not be.  Given his behavior it does not appear to be a ghoulish stress outlet and even with all of this press about it… its possible he might keep his job.

    • Sekino says:

      Have you stopped to think how terrifying it must be for the woman (‘victim 1′ and any other woman on that list) who learned that a guy she’d had lunch with kept graphic descriptions on how to cook her alive, that he was watching her sleeping while telling some other psycho that ‘her days were numbered’? That’s not ‘a little ghoulish’, that’s the type of shit Dahmer fantasized about before actually carrying it out.

      I don’t imagine any of them will be sleeping very soundly from now on, especially since he’s probably going to be back on the streets relatively soon.

    • zombiebob says:

      Anyone who considers such fantasies a stress releaser is NOT someone who should be employed by the state to enforce laws. Do I even have to fucking state that? Seriously?

  22. robcat2075 says:

    from the article: “Valle respected his colleagues on the force, took the sergeant’s exam
    and spoke out against Occupy Wall Street, cop killers and others who broke the law, according to the page.”

    OWS and “cop killers”… all the same thing to him.

    I believe he’s entitled to an attorney paid for by the police union so I suspect the previously noted argument that it was all just a fantasy will get a vigorous presentation, although the part about actually negotiating with a 3rd person for a kidnapping takes it beyond that line.

  23. howaboutthisdangit says:

    A salt and battering.

  24. vance_tam says:

    Everyone needs a hobby. Idle hands and all that, you know.

  25. lakelady says:

    Why does this article have a trigger warning but the one about two kids being stabbed by their nanny doesn’t? I don’t get it.

    • Boundegar says:

      It gives me flashbacks to all the times I was cooked and eaten.

    • IronEdithKidd says:

      I would assume it’s a trigger for victims of sexual violence.  Many more survivors of that than there are of murder. 

      That said, though I am absolutely horrified by this story, the murdered children made me sob.

    •  If a headline like “NYPD officer planned to kidnap and eat women” is not a trigger warning in and of itself, I don’t know what is.

  26. austinhamman says:

    sounds like someone has spent too much time on gurochan…

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