Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Obama and jew mayor say only cannibal cops can have guns


NYPD Chew!

You won't see this trial coverage on CNN, Fox, MSNBC today, but you will hear national 'news' about a poor man sent to jail for faking illness to get a free dinner (yes I heard that on national news today).

Full trial coverage of Cannibal Cop Giberto Valle

Latest trial coverage of Cannibal Cop Giberto Valle

NEW YORK (AP) — The estranged wife of a police officer struggled to keep her composure Monday as she testified about discovering shocking online chats and other evidence on his computer showing he had discussed killing her and abducting, torturing and eating other women.

"I was going to be tied up by my feet and my throat slit, and they would have fun watching the blood gush out of me because I was young," Kathleen Mangan-Valle told a Manhattan jury that one chat revealed.


Kathleen Mangan Valle, the wife of 'Cannibal Cop' Gilberto Valle, is driven out of Manhattan Federal Court on Monday

Mangan-Valle, 27, also read about plans to put one friend in a suitcase, wheel her out of her building and murder her. Two other women were "going to be raped in front of each other to heighten their fears," while another was going to be roasted alive over an open fire, she said.

"The suffering was for his enjoyment, and he wanted to make it last as long as possible," she said.

Agent Corey Walsh read passage after passage from emails and text messages between Officer Gilberto Valle and a man the government said used Moody Blues as a screen name and MeatMarketMan as an email address.

"I'm dying to taste some girl meat," the agent said Valle wrote.

Some of the passages went into sickening descriptions about cooking and eating women. Others sounded so absurd they bordered on cartoonish, feeding the defense argument that Valle and friends he met on extreme sexual fetish websites were merely engaging in fantasies.

In describing one potential victim, Moody Blues suggested "cutting off her feet and barbecuing them in front of her" while she was still alive. Throughout, jurors remained stone-faced as they followed the words on screens before them while Walsh read them aloud in a federal courthouse in Manhattan, where the charges of conspiracy to kidnap and improper use of a federal database system could bring Valle, 28, a life sentence if he's convicted.

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