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Former male escort Jason Marshall was given a life sentence at the Old Bailey for the murder of 58-year-old computer repairman Peter Fasoli from Northolt.

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Police pleased with the sentencing

Detective Inspector James Stevenson, of Scotland Yard, said he was “very pleased for the family” of Marshall’s victim.

He is clearly a very sadistic individual.

He has a psychopathic personality disorder but does not have a treatable mental illness.

Took jury just one hour to convict

The jury took just an hour to convict Jason Marshall of the murder in August.

They were shown the full webcam video of the murder and were told of his convictions in Italy.

Marshall is already serving time for murder

Jason Marshall entered the trial as a convicted murderer.

He was serving 16 years in Italian prisons for murder and attempted murder along with other charges.

Shortly after murdering Mr Fasoli and stealing £780 from his bank accounts, Marshall fled to Italy where he arranged to meet 67-year-old Vincenzo Iale in his flat in Rome.

The man was found murdered using an electrical flex cable. His car and bank cards were stolen and several ATM withdrawals were made.

Later the east Londoner posed a “Gabriel” on Badoo and met Umberto Gismondi.

Marshall entered Mr Gismondi’s flat carrying a pistol, utility belt, pepper spray and truncheon which he explained by telling the 54-year-old he worked at the British Embassy in Rome.

He then bound and gagged the older man before attacking him with the truncheon and pepper spray, demanding money and attempting to smother him with a cushion.

He fled when some neighbours had been alerted to the situation.

How the men met

Marshall and Mr Fasoli had arranged to meet at his Northolt home for bondage sex on the day he was murdered.

They had found each other using dating website Badoo.

Marshall had previously worked as a male escort and had listed his services on apps including Grindr.

Some parts of the footage released

After Marshall was convicted by the jury, police released short snippets of the webcam footage which helped convict him.

Marshall turned up to the Ruebens Road bungalow wearing a police utility belt and carrying handcuffs.

On the pretext of being an “MI5 spy” he proceeded to arrest Mr Fasoli as part of a sex game but went on to interrogate him with a large hunting knofe and threatening to cut off his tongue if he did not hand over his PIN numbers.

How do we know all this

Until last year, the coroner had ruled that Mr Fasoli died by accidental smoke inhalation in the fire which burned down his home.

His nephew discovered a hard drive that belonged to Mr Fasoli which contained webcam footage of the entire murder.

Prosecutors opened the murder case when they saw the entire footage which clearly showed the gruesome acts carried out by Marshall.

A brief summary of what happened

On January 6 2013, Peter Fasoli welcomed Jason Marshall into his one-bed bungalow in Ruebens Road, Northolt.

There, Marshall pretended to be an MI5 officer and policeman as he stripped, gagged and tortured Mr Fasoli.

He threatened the victim with a large knife, demanding to know his PIN numbers and went out to withdraw cash from his accounts.

He then returned and smothered the man with cling film until he was dead.

In an attempt to cover his tracks, Marshall burnt down Mr Fasoli’s bungalow and made it seem like an accident.

"You tortured him for so long because you enjoyed it so much"

Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC said to Marshall at the sentencing:

You tortured him for so long because you enjoyed it so much.

I’m sure that you can have felt no remorse whatsoever for what you have done.

On the contrary, you derived pleasure from it.”

"Sadistic killing"

Peter Fasoli, a 58-year-old computer repairman invited former male escort Jason Marshall to his home on January 6, 2013.

Later that evening 28-year-old Marshall would smother the other man with cling film while he was stripped and gagged on his bed.

Jason Marshall sentenced

Jason Marshall was convicted of the murder of a 58-year-old computer repairman at the Old Bailey on August 9.

Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC ruled today (September 26) that Marshall will spend at least 39 years in prison.