Taking a bite out of crime with a side of fava beans and a nice chiantiMarch 13, 2013
So they voted an Argentinian to be the Pope… not a surprise. If you’ve got stuff to hide, Argentina’s your place. The fuckers hid Nazis, they can certainly hide molestation charges. This is barely worth our time and effort.
Hey, what’s this story over here… Cannibal Cop?
“Cannibal cop” Gilberto Valle is looking at the possibility of life in prison after a Manhattan federal jury found him guilty of conspiring to kidnap women, then cook, kill and eat them.
White smoke has been spotted at Renal Failure headquarters, a worthy news story has been chosen!
“Cannibal Cop needed to use his craving for human flesh for good,” says Mikka. “You’re not going to jail, punk! You’re going in my belly!”
“He has a peculiar taste… FOR JUSTICE!” I say. “Cannibal Cop! Because to uphold the law in this city, you need to be hungry!”
“I don’t like the wording in that sentence,” says Tina the Lesbian. “Kidnap, then cook, kill, and eat them. Makes it sound like he was going to cook the women before killing them, like how you drop live lobsters into boiling water. I guess Cannibal Cop liked his human flesh done rare. Obviously he wasn’t into free-range humans.”
Prosecutors contended the city cop was “a sexual sadist” who had been seeking guidance online for how to abduct, torture, rape, cook, kill and eat women, including his wife, two old college friends and an Archbishop Molloy High School softball star.
Their key piece of evidence was Valle’s family computer, which had been handed over to the feds by Valle’s wife of three months, Kathleen Mangan-Valle, after she discovered his horrifying plans.
“There’s his problem right there – talking about this stuff online,” says Anonymous Doug. “And not wiping his browser history. How does a cop not know do that? How does anyone not know to do that? That’s basic Internet operating law: don’t click on weird Russian links, most girls on the internet are actually guys, and always wipe your browser history.”
“He’s going online to figure out how to do criminal acts?” says Ninja Vicki. “You work in a police station, dude! Go read some case files and figure out how the real criminals did their shit! How do I kidnap someone? You’re a fucking cop! You have handcuffs and taser. Put two and two together, you fucktard.”
“You go online to figure out little shit, like how to change a headlight bulb or how to make your sneakers stop squeaking,” says Bernie the Half-Cyborg Cat. “Not how to start your own dungeon of horrors. Gary Heidnik, Jeffrey Dahmer, Ted Bundy… they all did fine doing sick shit without the benefit of the Internet.”
In July, Valle had emailed one of his creepy co-conspirators pictures of his friend Kimberly Sauer in the days before he and his wife were having brunch with her in Maryland — along with a document called “Abduction and Cooking of Kimberly: A Blueprint.”
“Sadly, he probably wouldn’t have been found guilty if his kidnap-and-cannibalize manual had been in the form of Internet fan-fiction,” says Avonia the Wiccan Pimp. “Twilight, Buffy, anything anime… he would have been just another creep on the Internet instead of a ticking cannibal time bomb.”
“I’m wondering how many drafts it took before Cannibal Cop felt comfortable letting someone else read his wank fantasy book,” says Samurai Cathy. “Probably less than the amount of drafts O.J. Simpson did when he wrote ‘If I Did It.’ That’s what separates talented writers from the rest of the Internet pack – editing.”
The line between fantasy and reality is crossed when you start substantially investing in your fantasy in the real world, which is why no one can ever know about my basement laboratory where I’m building my secret army of Kylie Minogue-bots dressed as Catholic school girls. NO ONE!