Raw Deal: The Untold Story Of NYPD's "Cannibal Cop"

Raw Deal The Untold Story Of NYPD s Cannibal Cop When if ever does a thought cross the line and become a crime RAW DEAL is the untold story of former New York City police officer Gil Valle who in became known throughout the world as The Cann

  • Title: Raw Deal: The Untold Story Of NYPD's "Cannibal Cop"
  • Author: Gil Valle Brian Whitney
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  • Page: 243
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  • When, if ever, does a thought cross the line and become a crime RAW DEAL is the untold story of former New York City police officer Gil Valle, who in 2012 became known throughout the world as The Cannibal Cop It is part the controversial saga of a man who was imprisoned for thought crimes, and a look into a world of dark sexuality and violence that most readers d When, if ever, does a thought cross the line and become a crime RAW DEAL is the untold story of former New York City police officer Gil Valle, who in 2012 became known throughout the world as The Cannibal Cop It is part the controversial saga of a man who was imprisoned for thought crimes, and a look into a world of dark sexuality and violence that most readers don t know exists, except maybe in their nightmares After Valle s arrest, media coverage exploded in a frenzy of lurid tabloid headlines and stories about the cop charged with planning to kidnap, torture, rape d eat women, including his own wife But here s the fascinating part there was no such plan in reality Valle was simply engaging in his own private fantasies, albeit fantasies that are abhorrent and grotesque, and for that he was thrown into prison Valle faced life in prison for his charges, and served 21 months for nothing than having online chats about his fantasies He was finally exonerated of all charges RAW DEAL raises the question of when does thought become a crime A question that goes beyond his perverse sexuality to answers society must deal with in order to meet the challenge of terrorism It will challenge the reader s beliefs about free speech, the right to privacy, and government s role in watching over us WARNING This book contains graphic fantasy material of a sexual and violent nature It is intended for Mature Audiences For great WildBlue Press reads, visit our website at wildbluepress

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    1. Before you read the title and run for the hills, it is not what it seems to be. Yes, Gil Valle was a NYPD policeman. This is a bizarre true crime one that no one would ever have believed possible in this day and age. Gil knew as a young boy that he was somewhat different. Sexually, he had fantasies involving women who were tied and gagged. As he got older his fantasies changed, got a little more violent. He found a place on the web where like met like. Made-up fictional stories were shared stori [...]

    2. If you ever saw the Tom Cruise movie, Minority Report you probably left the movie, going wow. Thought crimes. Pretty scary that the government could arrest a person based on the belief that a person would commit a crime. But then you just shook your head, realizing it was a sci fi movie. No way that could happen in real life. (Cue the creepy twilight zone music.) Stuff just got real!I work in law enforcement. When I originally heard about this "Cannibal Cop" case I thought, WTF? Crazy psycho des [...]

    3. I read about Gil Valle's case in one of my true crime magazines and had to google it immediately as I could simply not believe how dangerously close to a world as portrayed in books and movies such as 1984, Minority Report, Equilibrium or Brave New World we have come. This is how I stumbled upon Raw Deal: The Untold Story Of NYPD's "Cannibal Cop" and also the as of yet to-be-published novel, A Gathering of Evil. I'm glad the author took the time to explain that there is no tragic childhood traum [...]

    4. You may never read another book like this one. It's a combination sexual-escapades memoir, the history of an interesting and important legal case, a fable about the dangers of trusting the media, an object lesson about knowing who you can really count on in this life, and a 100-page love letter to the author's daughter. All of this is packed into less than 250 pages. Well and believably written. I kept hearing (even from the author!) about how graphic and horrifying this book would be, but it wa [...]

    5. This book is not for everyone. Right from the prologue you can tell that you are in store for a sick, twisted, perverted tale. Told in his own words, this book recounts Gil Valle's side of the story in this bizarre case, which proves that truth is often stranger than fiction. The main point he sets out to investigate is this: "when, if ever, does 'thought' cross the line and become crime?"What is so interesting about this case is the fact that everyone - the judge, the US Marshalls, the prison g [...]

    6. Awesome Read5 stars for excellent writing and details. Not surprised that the government used lies and manipulations to strengthen their case. Erin and HBO were deplorable too.

    7. Book received from NetGalley.This was a rough book to read, I had heard about the authors "crimes" when they happened, and I had read a bit of what was going on in the papers. None of that even touched the surface of what happened with the "Cannibal Cop". Major trigger warning, the fetishes talked about in the book are hard core and include bondage and cannibalism just for starters, if you have any issues with anything other than vanilla sex do not read this book. The author was jailed for "thou [...]

    8. Great, but very sad storyIf there's one thing I can't stand, it's reading stories of prosecutorial misconduct that caused an innocent person to spend even one day behind bars.But this man he lost not only days of freedom, but his wife, his child, his reputation, job as a police officer and so very much more. The only thing he gained is a label that shouldn't have been given to him in the first place.But, his case did do something for every American - and that's to make it illegal for us to be p [...]

    9. I was sent this by Netgalley for review, but all views are my own.I was intrigued by this book because obviously it's about a 'cannibal cop' and I really wanted to read a non fiction crime because I do find those interesting. This is told by the man accused Gil and I honestly feel for this man. I didn't know that this was a national story until I read this. I'll make it clear that this man didn't do anything, he was arrested for thoughts, which are disturbing but he had no intention to harm in r [...]

    10. It was a great read and really refreshing how Gil honestly told his story and didn't sugarcoat the gory bits or add any pretentiousness to the book. He has a problem and talks very openly about it. Not something I would recommend for someone under 16, but a must-read in my opinion.

    11. I got this ARC from Netgalley and Wild Blue Press.From the previews, I could tell that this book was going to be unusual, and it sure is one heck of a journey. The changes happen so fast that it feels like a demolition derby at times. A real life wild ride written by Gil Valle, a NY cop who has a new baby he's crazy about, and is going through a rough patch with his wife, who has moved out for a while as they work on things. He likes his job and is feeling he's becoming good at it, when one one [...]

    12. Full ReviewRaw Deal is a fascinating read about a strange but important case. It brings up several important questions. Where does free speech end and intent to commit a crime begin? Where does the internet and real life intertwine, if they're even separate at all? What powers should law enforcement have over the internet? I highly recommend this book and I encourage anyone who reads it to look further into the “Cannibal Cop” case.

    13. "I imagine the scene. I picture her bound and gagged, I think of her tied onto a rotisserie screaming for her life as we turn her over a low fire. Then I get off and go to bed. Maybe tomorrow we'll start another story."I have to give credit where it's due, the prologue really pulls you in. He was correct when saying he knew how to write, he was amazing at telling about his porn sites and the fetishes he has, whilst balancing that with his personal life and giving you an inside look at what every [...]

    14. Raw Deal is a hard book to review. On the one hand, it's rather absurd that the "thought police" would go to the extreme of arresting and trying for conspiracy to kidnap and murder, a person who participates in a group chat online. That the group chat is on a website for those who are into BDSM and the suspect is a NYPD officer, seems to cause the FBI to reject the reality of the case to "act like they are doing something". This becomes especially true when the "facts" of the case are rather eas [...]

    15. Once I started, I could barely put it down. It is a fascinating book. I knew Gil before he went through this nightmare. We worked together. We were and still are friends. Until this book, I could not imagine what the past few years must have been like for him. After reading countless one-sided articles about the "Cannibal Cop," it was great to finally read his side of the story. I am not surprised how he was constantly screwed over by the justice system. The man was arrested and convicted for fa [...]

    16. A quick read about a bizarre and complex case. Sure, it's biased to Gil Valle's side, and it's clear that there are some things he's playing down, but it did make me think differently about the issues. However disgusting I find Valle's fetish, it's hard to argue that he's actually done anything wrong. We all have strange thoughts and desires – how would we feel having them revealed to the whole world?

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