Gilberto Valle, a police officer for the New York Police Department (NYPD) was arrested after his twisted plot to kidnap, torture, cook and eat dozens of women, was unveiled.
Valle's estranged wife tipped officials off about his creepy plan to murder strange women and eat them. His fantasies and blueprints for each woman's demise was documented online. The six-year veteran NYPD cop would create elaborate fantasies with information from over 100 women, which he found on law enforcement databases.
Valle, 28, would list things such as their name, height, weight, date of birth and even bra size and he would create his planned method of killing them which included materials such as chloroform and rope. He would then describe his preferred method of cooking them. He would title these documents "Abducting and Cooking (Victim-1): A Blueprint," according to the Los Angeles Times.
Details of his freaky fantasies were found in emails, computer files, instant messages and chat rooms. In one case of how he wanted to cook his victim he said "I was thinking of tying her body on to some kind of apparatus, cook her over a low heat, keep her alive as long as possible," according to the NY Daily News.
Valle wasn't alone in his twisted fantasies. He had a co-conspirator who he would share his plans with online.
In one chat that was recovered, Valle told his co-conspirator: "I love that she's asleep right now not having the slightest clue of what we have planned. Her days are numbered. I'm glad you're on board"
He added, "She does look tasty, doesn't she?"
"You do know if we don't waste any of her, there is nearly 75 pounds of food there," the co-conspirator replied, according to the Daily News.
The pair would discuss methods of cooking women.
In another conversation, the co-conspirator asked Valle "How big is your oven?"
"Big enough to fit one of these girls if I folded their legs. The abduction will have to be flawless... I know all of them... I can just show up at her home unannounced, it will not alert her, and I can knock her out, wait until dark and kidnap her right out of her home," Valle replied, according to the Daily Mail.
In one coversation, Valle made a deal with a co-conspirator and agreed to let the other partner have one of the women for $5,000, but Valle just wanted to take part in the kidnapping part.
"I think I would rather not get involved in the rape," Valle said according to the complaint.. "You paid for her. She is all yours, and I don't want to be tempted the next time I abduct a girl."
"I will really get off on knocking her out, tying up her hands and bare feet and gagging her. Then she will be stuffed into a large piece of luggage and wheeled out to my van," Vallue continued.
Fortunately Valle was never able to carry out his plots. He knew some of the women personally and he was figuring out details to carry out his plans. He was found out and arrested before he did any real damage.
Valle was held without bail for charges of planned kidnapping and unauthorized use of law enforcement records.
If convicted, Valle may face life in prison.
New York City Police commissioner Ray Kelly commented on the case: "We suspended the officer immediately upon his arrest, and a review is now underway to determine whether there was anything in his background that should have alerted the department to his alleged proclivities," as quoted by the Daily Mail.
Valle, who lives in Forest Hills, Queens is a graduate of the University of Maryland, where he majored in psychology and criminal justice.