A fantasist caught on camera terrorising a vulnerable gay man in his own home has been found guilty of murder amid accusations police missed opportunities to catch him before he struck again.
Posing as a policeman and an MI5 agent, Jason Marshall, 28, stripped, gagged and smothered 58-year-old Peter Fasoli with cling film before setting light to his flat to cover his tracks.
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Marshall, from East Ham, east London, who is already serving 16 years for the attacks in Italy, was found guilty of Mr Fasoli’s murder and arson following an Old Bailey trial. Marshall showed no reaction as the verdicts were delivered.He said: “This case has echoes of the serial killings by Stephen Port.There appears to have been missed opportunities and serious failings of the police investigation.“Why did they not check the victim’s mobile phone, computer, bank transactions and CCTV?For nearly two years, computer repairman Mr Fasoli’s death was put down to an accident until his nephew stumbled across CCTV of his murder stored on his hard drive.The sound of Myleene Klass’s Classic FM show was playing in the background of the footage.