The Brevard County Sheriff's Office in Florida arrested a deranged man who they say wanted to rape and cannibalize a small child - and bragged about it to undercover Deputies.
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<i>The case surrounds 21-year-old Alexander Barter.</i>
An undercover federal agent and Brevard County Sheriff's Deputy stumbled upon an ad posted by Barter via the internet.
The ad suggested that Barter was <i>interested</i> in murdering and forcing a child to suffer.
“I would like to try necrophilia and cannibalism and see how it feels to take a life,” Barter said on the ad.
Barter, of Joaquin, Texas, had no idea that he'd receive a response from one of Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey’s undercover Deputies.
Where Brevard sits as a major population hub and a destination for both commerce and travel, Joaquin differs entirely.
Joaquin is a tiny Texas to wn of around 1,000 people, one that has roots in traditional Conservatism and Christianity.
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The ICE HSI agent and Brevard Deputy told Barter that he had a child for him to murder if he'd be willing to meet.
Through emails, Barter considered meeting the agent, posing as a"father and daughter, " for a hiking trip in which the crime of assaulting, killing and cannibalizing would be committed.
When the officer reached out to Barter, he allegedly replied with "How old is your daughter? Can we kill her?”
“I’m not into role-playing,” Barter wrote, according to Ivey. “I want to actually rape, kill, and cannibalize her. I am very serious about doing this. I live in the woods, so I can make sure her body will never be found.”
When the Brevard Deputy spotted the ad, he immediately utilized his training through ICE’s HSI task-force to bait Barter into replying.
A team of agents and Deputies then mobilized and headed to the Louisiana-Texas state lines, where they'd arranged a meeting place for Barter.
Barter came prepared, with both a knife and bags, that he said were “to take the body parts out with,” as he believed he'd be murdering a child.
“After his arrest and confession, after Miranda was given, he actually thanked the agents who were involved in the investigation for stopping him because he couldn’t stop himself,” Ivey said. “For me, it’s hard to imagine that we have monsters walking among us that are masquerading as humans, that are preying upon us and our children each and every day.”
Sheriff Ivey didn't list which website the advertisement was placed on.
Barter is currently in custody in Texas where he's deemed as a flight risk and has zero bonds.
He faces federal charges of criminal solicitation, criminal attempt of capital murder, conspiracy to commit capital murder, and criminal attempt of sexual performance of a child.
<i>Members of the public who have information about child-sexual predators are urged to contact ICE by calling the ICE tip line at 1-866-347-2423 or internationally at 001-1802-872-6199.</i>
<a href="https://www.ice.gov/webform/hsi-tip-form">They can also submit a tip over the internet by completing ICE’s online form by clicking here.</a>
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Agency and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) is bringing down suspected child-sex offenders through Operation Predator.
You can also contact ICE via the Operation Predator application for mobile devices. ICE has created a smartphone app – the first of its kind in U.S. federal law enforcement – designed to seek the public's help with fugitive and unknown suspect child predators.
The iOS version of the app can be downloaded from<a href="https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/operation-predator/id695130859?mt=8"> Apple's App Store and iTunes</a>; the Android version is also available via<a href="https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.java.ice"> Google Play Store</a>.
<b>It is also time that we as a society hold our elected officials accountable in demanding stricter punishments be enforced with tough new legislation against anyone who would victimize a child, of either life imprisonment, of capital punishment. Oftentimes, they are released and re-offend. There is no rehabilitation for child sex offenders.</b>
<a href="https://www.house.gov/Representatives">Click here to find your elected officials in the House of Representatives.</a>
<a href="https://www.senate.gov/reference/common/faq/How_to_correspond_senators.htm">Click here to find your elected officials in the United States Senate.</a>
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