Cannibal cop’s Irish American wife tipped off the FBI when she discovered his deranged plans
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Valle kept dossiers of at least 100 potential victims. He chose the unsuspecting victims from federal and state law-enforcement databases searching for names, photos, dates of birth, height, weight and even bra sizes.
The FBI has interviewed ten of the women from his hit list. They all confirm they know the cop and said they were stunned.
One of the women confessed that she had had lunch with the cop in Baltimore, in July.
Days before their lunch date Valle had written;
“I love that she is asleep right now, not having the slightest clue of what we have planned/
“Her days are numbered. I’m glad you’re on board. She does look tasty doesn’t she?”
His coconspirator message back “You do know if we don’t waste any of her, there is nearly 75 lbs of food there.”
Manhattan US Attorney Preet Bharara commented on Valle’s crimes saying “This case is all the more disturbing when you consider Valle’s position as a New York City police officer and his sworn duty to serve and protect.”
Valle is a native of Forest Hills, in Queens. He graduated from Archbishop Molloy High School in 2002, and studied psychology at the University of Maryland.
In 2006 he joined the New York Police Department and recently took the sergeant’s exam. He has now been suspended without pay.
His younger brother told reporters on Thursday “He’s a nice guy. I’m upset.” His brother said that although he has not spoken to his brother, he denied the charges.
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