The judges of the old Bailey, the Central criminal court of London, sentenced to imprisonment for a period of 39 years killer-sadistic Jason Marshall, who brutally tortured an elderly homosexual Peter Fasoli and killed several people.
The crime, considered by the court, was committed in January 2013. 29-year-old Marshall tied and tortured 58-year-old Vasoli, and then left him lying unconscious on the floor and set fire to the house of his victim, located in the district of Northolt in West London.
Earlier, the court came to the conclusion that the cause of death Fasoli was a fire, however, two years later after these events, Christopher Murgatroyd, nephew Fasoli, decoded information stored on the hard disk of the victim in the fire of the victim’s computer. As it turned out, the laptop was at the time and without the knowledge of the owner recorded on video the scene of the murder, writes 26 September, the British tabloid the Daily Mail.
Four days after that Marshall went to Rome, where he was killed by electric wire 67-year-old Vincenzo Yala and tried to strangle the pillow 54-year-old Humberto Gismondi.
Marshall, who spent 16 years in an Italian prison on murder charges, was extradited to the UK and appeared before the judges of the old Bailey – in the context of a retrial of the murder of Peter Fasoli.
This time he was convicted of murder and arson – despite the presented protection records, which the killer said prayers in Latin over the body of the victim to the music of Wagner, Strauss and Mendelssohn.