‘PC fantasist’ guilty of sex game murder and arson

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A fake police officer who terrorised and killed a man he met on a gay dating website has been found guilty of murder and arson.

Peter Fasoli, 58, was murdered by “fantasist” Jason Marshall at his London home in January 2013.

Marshall, 28, later set fire to the bungalow in Northolt to cover up the murder.

Mr Fasoli’s death was thought to be an accident until his nephew found CCTV of the murder stored on his hard drive.

The harrowing footage found by Christopher Murgatroyd showed the victim bound and naked on his bed, begging for his life and complaining he could not breathe before Marshall wound cling film around his head.

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‘PC fantasist’ guilty of sex game murder and arson

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