Cannibalâ€™ cop XXX-hibit A Lawyers want to show this shocking photo By BRUCE GOLDING Last Updated: 4:26 AM, January 30, 2013 Posted: 1:59 AM, January 30, 2013 Lawyers for an accused cannibal cop want this woman served on a platter . . . for potential jurors. The twisted photo of the hogtied, nude blonde â€” lying prone on a serving tray, with an apple stuck in her mouth â€” is among three shocking images that the defense wants to show would-be panelists for the upcoming trial of Gilberto Valle. Another pic submitted by lawyers for the deviant cop shows a buxom brunette who is bound, gagged and tied to a spit over an open fire in a wooded clearing. Off to the side, a man who is shielding his face from the camera appears to be turning the naked woman over the flames. HOGTIED: Lawyers for accused cannibal-plot cop Gilberto Valle want to show potential jurors this photo and two others to test their nerves. The third is a cartoon of a nude woman partly submerged inside a clear, bubbling pot of vegetables atop a stove being tended by a mustachioed cook wearing an apron and hunting cap. â€œWell Karyn you seem to be cooking up quite nicely . . . Your guests are going to get a very special dinner tonight,â€ the chef says in a dialogue balloon. The cartoon womanâ€™s face is obscured by a hot-pink rectangle â€” because Valle or someone else superimposed the face â€œof a real victim,â€ prosecutors alleged in court earlier this week. The disturbing pics were submitted by Valleâ€™s lawyers as part of a proposed jury questionnaire to help screen out people too squeamish to deal with the testimony and evidence at his upcoming trial. The defense says potential jurors need to be â€œespecially vetted,â€ in part because â€œat trial Mr. Valle will acknowledge that he has unusual, sexual fantasies which involve imagined acts of violence against women â€” a fetish that will be difficult for most jurors to comprehend.â€ According to court papers, the images were given to the defense by prosecutors â€” after investigators seized them from Valleâ€™s computer following his arrest last year for allegedly scheming online to kidnap, rape, torture, cook and eat women. They were initially filed under seal, but were made public yesterday after a legal challenge by The Post. â€Because of this prosecution, Mr. Valle has been subjected to a level of embarrassment and mortification that is impossible to articulate,â€ public defender Julia Gatto wrote Manhattan federal Judge Paul Gardephe, in petitioning for details of a psychological exam to remain sealed.