Gerald Matovu was convicted of murder at the Old Bailey; he and his partner Brandan Dunbar targeted their victims through gay dating apps, drugging them and stealing from them. Matovu met a businessman through the Gindr app and gave him a fatal dose of GHB at his home in Chessington. Matovu had also previously admitted supplying GHB to serial killer Stephen Port.
Dunbar was also convicted of administering a noxious substance, assault by penetration, theft and fraud.
Bill Emlyn Jones was junior counsel for the Prosecution (as he had been in Port).
Click here to read the article from the BBC.
16th July 2019
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