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A MAN WHO pretended to be an undercover police officer during a murder has been found guilty of killing a man he met on a gay dating website.
Peter Fasoli, 58, was killed in his London home by Jason Marshall in January 2013.
Instead, he discovered a number of videos featuring his uncle taking part in sexual activities with other men – including the horrific seven-hour film of the encounter with Marshall.
Murder captured on video Fasoli had unwittingly captured his own murder on the web camera that he had on his computer in the living room.
Covering his tracks The court was told that the next morning Marshall sent a message to Fasoli through the same dating site apologising for not having turned up the night before in a further attempt to cover his tracks.
Marshall then used Fasoli’s bank card to withdraw hundreds of pounds and he then flew to Italy, where he sent further messages accusing Fasoli of “ignoring” him.
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Police enquiries later showed that Marshall had contacted and met Fasoli on at least one occasion in the weeks before 7 January, and had led Fasoli to think that on the night of the murder he would be bringing another young man along to join them for the evening.