NJ man arrested in NY police cannibalism caseAssociated Press
Jan. 07, 2013
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While this story is bizarre, it's not clear he's done anything criminal beyond exploiting the law-enforcement database. - ChrisNEW YORK (AP) — A lawyer claims that the arrest of a man accused of trying to pay a police officer to kidnap a Manhattan woman was done to prevent him from testifying about Internet sexual fantasies at the officer's cannibalism-tinged trial.
Authorities say the man, Michael Vanhise, agreed to pay Officer Gilberto Valle $5,000 to kidnap the woman in New York and deliver her bound to Vanhise's home in New Jersey, where she would be raped and killed.