'Cannibal Cop’ Who Wanted ‘Girl Meat’ Trying To Prove Sick Fantasy Was Role-Play
The NYC "cannibal cop" who is accused of plotting to kidnap, cook and eat women alongside 20 other "diners" is demanding that the names of the 20 other "diners" be released so he can contact him to prepare his defense. The "cannibal cop" Gilberto Valle, is claiming that his sick plan was all role-play, despite having plans on his computer, including files titled "Abducting and Cooking Victim I," according to Gawker.
Police allegedly have "hundreds of thousands of e-mail and instant-message communications in which Mr. Valle and others talked about their violent sexual fantasies," according to the Daily Mail, but prosecutors have only identified three of the "cannibal cop's" co-conspirators, identified as Michael Vanhise, "Moody Blues" and "Ali Khan."
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However, "cannibal cop" Gilberto Valle and his public defender, Julia Gatto, say they need to speak with the other co-conspirators to prove they were simply engaged in role-play, with no intention of seeking out any "girl meat."
"Three weeks before trial, the defense needs to firmly know the identity of Mr. Valle's alleged co-conspirators so that it can conduct its pre-trial investigation," they said, according to the New York Post. "Indeed, effective trial preparation could uncover facts critical to Mr. Valle's defense in that the individuals with whom Mr. Valle was chatting likely will corroborate that they were engaging in fantasy role play with no intention of acting on their fantasies."
Police were tipped off to the "cannibal cop's" plan when his estranged wife found the conversations, in which he talks about the proper way to dislocate a woman's jaw before cooking her. You can see snippets of the "cannibal cop's" plans to abduct, cook and eat women here.
The "cannibal cop" pled not guilty on all charges, including legally accessing the National Criminal Database to search out potential victims. He is currently being held without bail, and, if convicted, faces life in prison.
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