Marshall, aged 28, later set fire to the bungalow in Northolt to cover up the murder. Fasoli’s death was thought to be an accident until his nephew found CCTV of the murder stored on his hard drive.The jury at the Old Bailey in London heard how Marshall set up a rendezvous via a gay dating site with Fasoli at his Ealing home.Law enforcement is one of the most difficult jobs around – it requires both physical grit and mental strength not only on the part of the professional but also his/her loved ones.And this is why being in a relationship with cops involves something more than fun and romance.And not that I was planning to date anyone anyway, I just wondered what the heck am I getting into!And, supposing there are a few bad apples, is it the police job that causes people do this, or do they start out that way and just gravitate towards a career in law enforcement? I don't want to sound rude, but I am curious as to any thoughts/opinions on this.
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.
However, despite Fasoli clearly being distressed, Marshall ignores his cries.
Once the incident is over, Fasoli is left lying on the floor, with the video showing Marshall calmly smoking a cigarette before gathering his belongings.
These incidents also took place in the context of sexual encounters.
The UK authorities obtained a European arrest warrant and he was returned to London to face trial.