| blaquefoxx wrote:|
The OP made me think about this dumb bish:
He may have a taste for bondage and erotic asphyxiation -- but not human flesh.
wife of the New Jersey man accused of conspiring with NYPD "cannibal
cop" Gilberto Valle defended her kinky hubby after he was ordered held
without bail this afternoon.
Bolice Van Hise, 22, said she's known
for years that her husband, Michael, was into "dark" sexual fetishes
and spent hours chatting online and surfing a Web site devoted to his
The young mother of three also admitted that she
occasionally let him to tie her up and choke her during their bedroom
sessions, insisting that he always respected her limits and never went
"It's disturbing, but you've got to accept your partner's flaws in a marriage," she said in a Manhattan federal court lobby.
"I'm not perfect. He's not perfect."
denied the charges against her husband, 22, including new allegations
that he admitted after his Friday arrest that he feels sexual urges
toward young children and schemed to kidnap and rape a 7-year-old niece.
"He's never caught (an erection) while she's sitting in his lap," she noted.
also accused the feds of arresting her auto-mechanic husband in a
"set-up" to keep him from testifying that his email correspondence with
Valle, 28, was just dirty talk.
"They're making him into a monster that he's not," she said.
"He's not the way they're trying to make him."
a six-year NYPD veteran, is accused of scheming online to kidnap, rape,
torture, cook and eat women he allegedly targeted using a restricted
Magistrate Judge Henry Pitman rejected a
defense plan to release Van Hise to house arrest on $200,000 bond,
saying "there are no conditions that can reasonably assure the safety of
Pitman called the facts alleged by the feds
"particularly disturbing," and said an allegation that Van Hise
"participated in surveillance of one of the intended victims is
suggesting this was going beyond the realm of pure fantasy."
"This is abhorrent conduct -- disturbing, dark conduct," he said.
Van Hise's court-appointed lawyer, Alice Fontier, said she would appeal Pitman's ruling.
Van Hise is due back in court on Feb. 4.
Valle's trial is set to start Jan. 22.
Michael Van Hise