Cannibal Cop: I’d BBQ Friend

    In this courtroom sketch, Gilberto Valle is seen in federal court in New York, Monday, Feb 25, 2013. The wife of Valle, a New York City police officer, will testify at a federal trial to explain how she discovered that he was discussing kidnapping, killing and eating women.  (AP Photo/Elizabeth Williams)

    Valle in federal court on Monday. (Elizabeth Williams/AP)

    Accused “cannibal cop” Gilberto Valle allegedly planned to barbecue a friend, according to testimony on Tuesday. Valle, charged with conspiracy to kill and eat up to 100 women, shared a YouTube video of college acquaintance Kimberly Sauer, and posted in an online chat that Sauer “was going to be delicious,” FBI Agent Corey Walsh said. Valle’s attorneys have claimed that all of the online conversations were just fantasy and he never acted on any of the grisly things he described. Walsh also testified that Valle had written frequently about “cannibalism, foot fetishes, asphyxiation fetishes, different things of that nature” and also that he had rejected offers of black women, allegedly saying “white girls seem the most appetizing to me.” Valle’s trial will resume Wednesday.

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