Detlev Guenzel filmed himself slicing the body into small pieces but the victim's genitals have never been found. A perverted policeman who killed and cut up a willing victim at his holiday home has been caged for eight and-a-half years. Detlev Guenzel, 57, found Polish-born businessman Wojciech Stempniewicz on a perverted website devoted to cannibal fantasies.
October 28, AP —In Internet chats as breezy as they were bizarre, a New York City police officer accused of plotting to kidnap and eat as many as women was once cautioned not to be wasteful when cooking a victim because "there is nearly 75 pounds of food there. And a defense attorney says the officer was merely engaging in harmless Internet fantasy.
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A year old nurse with a sexual fetish for cannibalism has been convicted of grooming a year-old girl with a view to meeting her, murdering her and eating her. Dale Bolinger had told police he had been interested in the idea of cannibalism since childhood, and had bought an axe the day before planning to meet the girl. He had frequented visited an online forum, Dark Fetish Network, to chat about beheading and eating women and girls for sexual gratification.
Vorarephilia often shortened to vore is a paraphilia characterized by the erotic desire to be consumed by, or sometimes to personally consume, another person or creature, or an erotic attraction to the process of eating in general practice. The fantasy usually involves the victim being swallowed whole, though occasionally the victims are chewed up, and digestion may or may not be included. Vore is most often enjoyed through pictures, stories, videos, and video gamesand it can appear in mainstream media.
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In this courthouse sketch, Gilbert Valle, reacts during his trial in federal court. A New York City policeman is accused of conspiring to abduct and commit grotesque crimes against several women, including his wife, and a jury will have to decide whether or not he really meant it. District Court for allegedly plotting with his web buddies to kidnap, kill and eat female body parts, according to court documents.
The estranged wife of a police officer struggled to keep her composure on 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. 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. Mangan-Valle broke down in tears several times, but the emotional peak of the day came when a defense attorney showed her pictures of Officer Gilberto Valle in uniform feeding their newborn daughter, prompting her and Valle to openly weep as the judge sent the jury away for an afternoon break.
Sergey Merenkov, the main witness called by suspended policeman Gilberto Valle's lawyers in a single day of defense arguments, told the court his site darkfetishnet. Valle, 28, visited the site, most of whom's users live in the United States and Europe, for discussions on horrific -- but he claims entirely fictional -- scenarios about torturing, murdering and cannibalizing women. Prosecutors assert that Valle should be found guilty of conspiracy to kidnap women that he had talked about abducting and eating.
Gilberto Valle, the infamous NYPD " cannibal cop " who was arrested by the FBI in late October for having "detailed, strategic discussions" about killing, cooking, and eating women he knew in real life, is on trial this week as the defense and prosecutors argue over the difference between fantasy and reality. What's more important: the right to fantasize about skewering unconsenting women from mouth to vagina, or the right to protect yourself from being the unwitting subject of fantasies that could very well come true? Valle's lawyer, Julia Gatto, says the case is "about seeing the difference between the real world and the pretend world on the internet.