From Keene in the ‘shire – the liberty media capital of the world, this is Darryl Perry, host of the Police Accountability Report brought to you by CopBlock.org.
This week, a couple stories that should cause anyone critically thinking to see that those wearing badges aren’t always operating with the best intentions.
NYPD Officer Gilberto Valle is Hungry for More Than Just Your Tax Dollars: Watch Out Ladies!
Apparently New York Police Department officer Gilberto Valle wants not only to eat up tax dollars, but taxpayers too.
Gilberto Valle has been arrested for a plot to kidnap, cook and eat several women, the FBI confirmed on Thursday.
A complaint against officer Gilberto Valle says that he sent emails and text messages which revealed his “plans to kidnap, rape, torture, kill, cook and eat body parts of a number of women.”
The officer told one co-conspirator that he wanted to cook women “over a low heat, keeping her alive as long as possible,” the complaint said. Valle wrote that his oven was “big enough to fit one of these girls if [he] folded their legs.”
He allegedly researched methods of “disabling and drugging women, and agree[d] with at least one other individual to kidnap a woman in exchange for a sum of money.” Files on at least 100 women — including photos and home addresses — were found on his computer.
“But I will really get off on knocking her out, tying up her hands and bare feet and gagging her,” Valle reportedly wrote. “I think I would rather not get involved in the rape. You paid for her. She is all yours and I don’t want to be tempted the next time I abduct a girl.”
Valle worked in the 26th Precinct in Manhattan and lived in Forest Hills, Queens.
Corruption in Palmer, MA
Joseph “Jay” Noone owned a house in Palmer, Massachusetts, or so he thought. Last Summer, the house was seized by the Town of Palmer after Jay failed to pay rent in the form of property tax. Noone holds a land patent on the property and says that he owns no real-estate, which can be taxed, whereas personal property can not be taxed.
On October 25, Palmer held a “public auction” on what they claim to be town owned property. Roughly half a dozen friends and supporters joined Noone outside of the house at 10 am. Jay Noone said, “I’m making people aware this is stolen property.” One supporter from Keene, NH, held a sign that read, “TAX SALES ARE THEFT!”
Around 11:30, Jay and friends went to the Palmer Town Hall to observe the “public auction” of this and other stolen houses.
Ian Freeman, of Free Talk Live, decided that he would record the proceedings. After the group entered the building they were informed that only registered bidders were allowed to attend. Members of the media were barred, as well as other members of the public. A Palmer Police Officer instructed Ian that he was not allowed to film. Ian stated that he intended to film and had filmed in that Town Hall previously.
After a brief back and forth in which Ian asked if the Officer was familiar with the Glik decision, Ian was escorted to the Police Department in another part of the building. He was then taken into the booking area.
Shortly after being taken into custody, I heard them say that he was being arrested for “disorderly conduct.”
Around 12:30 we were informed that Ian was being booked and would likely be done in about an hour.
We entered the Court around 2:15p for Ian’s arraignment where he stated that he would not be taking a plea and would not be using a lawyer. He was released from his handcuffs and shackles and allowed to join the gallery.
Ian was instructed to speak with the Prosecutor and that he would be called back up. Ian was offered a plea deal, which would require him to plead guilty. He stated that he wanted this to go away and that he didn’t want to return to Massachusetts for court. The Judge offered to let Ian pay $50, who asked if he could donate that money to charity; she denied that request and set a court date of December 10.
After leaving court, at the police station, The Police Chief returned his property to him only after Ian emailed copies of the audio files from his phone and made copies of the video on his camera.
Ian must return to Palmer, Massachusetts on December 10 to fight this unjust charge of “contempt of cop.”
Clearly the arresting officers incentives were not to protect and serve those who are forced to pay their salaries.V
That’s this week’s Police Accountability Report brought to you by CopBlock.org.
Until next week, stay safe and remember that badges don’t grant extra rights.