Skip to comments.Two Charged in Alleged Plot to Kidnap, Kill
Posted on 04/18/2013 10:40:26 AM PDT by Altariel
A high-ranking police official at a Massachusetts hospital and a former high-school librarian were charged on Monday in a plot to kidnap, torture and kill women and children, federal prosecutors said.
Richard Meltz, the 65-year-old chief of police for the Bedford Veteran Affairs Medical Center in Massachusetts, and Robert Christopher Asch, a former librarian at Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan, were held without bail after appearing in U.S. District Court in Manhattan and charged with conspiracy to kidnap, torture, rape and kill women and childrenincluding the wife and children of a cooperating witness.
Peter Brill, an attorney for Mr. Meltz, said his client had no interest or intention of hurting anybody it was never anything other than a fantasy. Lori Cohen, an attorney representing Mr. Asch, 61, declined to comment.
According to a criminal complaint, the men allegedly discussed the plot with the cooperating witness to help him kidnap, rape and kill his wife and some of her relatives, including children, over email.
An official said the case against the men grew out of an investigation in which a former New York Police Department officer was charged and convicted in a plot to kidnap, rape, cook and eat women. The former officer, Gilberto Valle, was convicted in March and is awaiting sentencing
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Who you going to trust with a gun, if you can’t trust a cop? Yourself?
Guilty of “stupid” if nothing else. But then, a lot of people could be convicted under that charge.....
I don’t want to catch anybody being judgmental on this thread.
How do we know that these were not cannibals considering that we live in a multicultural society?
Aren’t all cultures of equal value? So stop being judgmental.
Just a joke, sure. Some people have unusual tastes in humor.
These guys were posting on the "cannibal cop's" chat site - too many sick freaks in this world, even if it was all fantasy and not plan. Except that Asch met the FBI undercover agents with a couple bags full of equipment, taking fantasy a long, long way.
Prayers up for our culture. Some possessed people out there....
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