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Topic - Randall Jackson
A prosecutor tried to convince a Manhattan jury Thursday that Bernard Madoff's former director of operations was in the thick of his massive fraud, despite his testimony that he was far removed.
A New York City police officer's bizarre Internet discussion of cannibalism — what he claims was harmless fantasy — was instead a serious plot to abduct, torture and eat "very real women," a federal prosecutor said Monday at the officer's kidnapping conspiracy trial.
Jackson sounded disbelieving as he asked the 68-year-old witness if he really meant it when he said he was blind to the fraud in Madoff's Manhattan offices during his 40-year career there.
His Internet research also included the best rope to tie someone up with, recipes, human flesh, white slavery and chemicals that can knock someone out, Mr. Jackson said.