The FBI arrested a six-year veteran of the New York Police Department for planning to kidnap, torture and cook some ladies.
Gilberto Valle was an officer who worked in the 26th Precinct in Manhattan and lived in Queens. Somewhere along the way, he got the bright idea of kidnapping women and cooking them. Now, it should be noted that he wasn’t able to go through with it.
The FBI, however, was super convinced he was going to grab some women and make a meal out of them, and so arrested him on federal kidnapping charges.
Oh, by the way, Valle’s married. So, y’know.
At one point, he had mentioned to an accomplice that he wanted to cook someone “over a low heat, keep her alive as long as possible.”
Apparently Valle has some, uh, scruples? I don’t know. He said this to another person who was going to pay him $5,000 to abduct a woman. “She will be alive. It’s a short drive to you. I think I would rather not get involved in the rape. You paid for her. She is all yours and I don’t want to be tempted the next time I abduct a girl.”
In search of his computer, the FBI found files on about a hundred different women. After interviewing ten of them, the FBI found that the women had known Valle, albeit slightly.
It’s unknown how the FBI got tipped off, but it didn’t seem like Valle was really hiding all that well, anyway.