Damn the entire NYPD to hell.

Ex-NYPD cop Michael Valva found guilty of murdering autistic son

Disgraced former NYPD officer Michael Valva on Friday was found guilty of murder in the freezing death of his autistic 8-year-old son, who was locked overnight in an unheated garage at the family’s Long Island home.

Jurors in Suffolk County deliberated for less than a day before returning a verdict of guilty on all counts, including second-degree murder, at around 6 p.m., according to reports.

The ex-cop’s conviction in the 2020 death of little Thomas Valva followed a trial that chronicled years of abuse and neglect the boy was subjected to — including being starved to the point that he ate crumbs off the ground at his school.

Thomas’ principal testified that the school was so concerned about the emaciated boy, they flooded Child Protective Services hotline with complaints in a desperate attempt to get them help, as his dad spurned their inquiries.

On January 17, 2020, Thomas died of hypothermia after he was locked in the freezing garage for up to 16 hours when temperatures plummeted to 19 degrees.

That is beyond horrible.

But something is missing from this story.

A rational and inquisitive person might wonder how teachers and a principal could report on this abuse and nothing happened to help the boy.

Thomas Valva’s Mother Files $200 Million Lawsuit Against Dead Boy’s Father, Stepmother, N.Y. Judge

The mother of Thomas Valva — the 8-year-old Long Island boy who died in January from severe hypothermia after allegedly being forced to sleep in the garage of his father’s home — has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the boy’s father, stepmother and several local officials. She is seeking $200 million in damages.

Zubko-Valva’s sons “were literally starving to death, with Body Mass Indexes below one percent,” reads the statement. “They came to school bruised, crying, hungry, and literally scrounging for food and crumbs off the floor and in the garbage can. Teachers were buying snacks and drinks for them. The children frequently arrived at school with urine-soaked clothes and wearing diapers – having bathroom accidents and not being able to control their bowel movements – despite having been potty trained years before.”

The mother’s attorney, Jon Norinsberg, said he believes Thomas’ father was “protected” from scrutiny because of his position with the NYPD.

“This case is horrific and tragic,” Norinsberg says. “Tommy was a small, defenseless boy with a great smile. My client repeatedly warned and showed anyone who would listen that her children were being starved, abused and tortured. Instead of helping the children, the defendants flagrantly violated their legal duties under New York State Law and exhibited a shocking indifference to the children’s health, safety and welfare.”

Norinsberg added: “This was truly a conspiracy of silence. Valva was protected because he was a police officer. If he had been a normal citizen, he would have been arrested and put in jail. But because he was a police officer, the Defendants looked the other way and let him get away with this horrific abuse. Little Tommy would still be alive if these defendants had done their jobs properly.”

Without a doubt the NYPD protected a child abusers withing their ranks.

My sister dated a cop for a while.  He used to beat on her.  After my sister broke up with him, she found out he beat all of his previous girlfriends and stalked a few.

He always did it in the jurisdiction of his department so when the cops came to break up the abuse, they’d take him back to the station to sleep it off in the break room.  Then his fellow officers would intimidate his girlfriend into not pressing charges.

The only reason he didn’t get away with it with my sister is that my dad was a lawyer and had worked with the governor’s office.

Back to this case, if you wonder how a boy could be starved and abused until he comes to school in soiled clothes and eats crumbs off the floor and then goes back to the site of the abuse day after day, the entirety of New York’s Finest made that possible.

I’ve cataloged the abuses committed by the NYPD on this blog, especially those carried out during COVID.

But of all of them, this one takes the cake.

Every officer who worked with Valva should be sent to prison, put in gen pop, and when they are beaten to death, their souls should be dammed to hell for all eternity.

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By J. Kb

3 thoughts on “The entire department needs to be convicted”
  1. Every officer who worked with Valva should be sent to prison, put in gen pop, and when they are beaten to death, their souls should be dammed to hell for all eternity.

    And not allowed to eat until their death.

  2. There is a special place in Hell for those who hurt children. Without a doubt this evil was known to many other officers and its frustrating how CPS can act like bandits in some cases but in this one tiptoe around it when they were probably waved off by cops or supervisors.

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