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UK NewsSerial Killer's Drug Dealer Jailed For Chemsex Murder Of Bond Actor

15:30  11 september  2019
15:30  11 september  2019 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

Stephen Port’s ex-drug dealer given life sentence for murdering James Bond actor

Stephen Port’s ex-drug dealer given life sentence for murdering James Bond actor The ex-drug dealer of serial killer Stephen Port was given a life sentence with at least 31 years behind bars for murdering a former Bond actor. Gerald Matovu, 26, hooked up with Eric Michels, 54, via Grindr in August last year. He used a syringe to administer a lethal dose of the drug GHB at his home in Chessington, Surrey, before leaving with Michels’ bank card details and personal possessions. Judge Anne Molyneux QC sentenced Matovu at the Old Bailey in London today. Matovu and his partner, Brandon Dunbar, 24, targeted Michels and 11 other men across a 19-month period, jurors heard. Michels, a business-person, had an uncredited bit-part in Skyfall, according to ITV.

In 2016 serial killer Stephen Port was jailed for life for raping and murdering four young men in east London. Gerald Matovu was convicted of supplying Port with the chemsex drug GHB.

A drug dealer has been found guilty of killing a former Bond actor with the same chemsex drug he sold to serial killer Stephen Port. Gerald Matovu hooked up

Serial Killer's Drug Dealer Jailed For Chemsex Murder Of Bond Actor © The Telegraph Gerald Matovu, 26, killed Eric Michels, 52, after meeting him on Grindr

Serial killer Stephen Port’s ex-drug dealer has been jailed for life at the Old Bailey for murdering a former Bond actor.

Gerald Matovu, 26, will serve a minimum term of 31 years for the “wicked” murder of Eric Michels, 54.

Matovu met up with Michels, 54, via Grindr in August last year.

He plied him with a fatal dose of GHB at his home in Bolton Road, Chessington, Surrey, then made off with his bank card details and other belongings.

Serial Killer's Drug Dealer Jailed For Chemsex Murder Of Bond Actor © Yahoo News Australia Eric Michels, who featured in the James Bond movie Skyfall, died from an overdose of the drug GHB

Michels, who had an uncredited role in Skyfall, was one of 12 men targeted by Matovu and his lover, Brandon Dunbar, 24, over a 19-month period, jurors heard.

Serial killer’s ex-dealer facing jail for GHB murder

Serial killer’s ex-dealer facing jail for GHB murder Gerald Matovu will be sentenced for the murder of Eric Michels.

The drug dealer who supplied serial killer Stephen Port with chemsex drugs has been found guilty of murdering James Bond actor Eric Michels. Gerald Matovu, 26, met 54-year-old Mr Michels via Grindr in August last year. He plied him with a fatal dose of GHB at his home in Bolton Road, Chessington

A drug dealer has been found guilty of killing a former Bond actor with the same chemsex drug he sold to serial killer Stephen Port. Gerald Matovu, 26, met Eric Michels, 54, via Grindr in August last year. He plied him with a fatal dose of GHB at his home in Bolton Road, Chessington, Surrey, then

Following an Old Bailey trial, Matovu was found guilty of businessman Michels’ murder.

Jurors were not told about Matovu’s past connection with former chef Port, 44, from Barking, east London, who had also targeted victims through Grindr and killed them with GHB overdoses.

Prosecutor Jonathan Rees QC told jurors how Matovu and Dunbar took advantage of Grindr hook-ups to steal property and bank details.

Serial Killer's Drug Dealer Jailed For Chemsex Murder Of Bond Actor © PA Ready News UK Gerald Matovu plied Michels with a fatal dose of GHB

On August 16 last year, divorced father-of-three Michels made contact with Matovu on Grindr after a night out in Soho gay bars.

Michels invited him to his home in south-west London for sex, the court heard.

While there, the defendant drugged Michels and took photographs of his bank cards and driving licence.

Serial killer’s ex-drug dealer jailed for 31 years for Bond actor’s GHB murder

Serial killer’s ex-drug dealer jailed for 31 years for Bond actor’s GHB murder Gerald Matovu plied Eric Michels with a fatal dose of the drug after meeting him on gay dating app Grindr.

A dealer has been found guilty of killing a former Bond actor with the same chemsex drug he sold to serial killer Stephen Port. Following an Old Bailey trial, Matovu was found guilty of businessman Mr Michels’ murder and a string of other offences. Jurors were not told about Matovu’ s past connection

A drug dealer who targeted victims on Grindr has been found guilty of murdering a Bond actor with a fatal dose of chemsex drug GHB. It is claimed Matovu then drugged Mr Michels and took photographs of his bank cards, driver' s licence and other personal information while he was dead or

Matovu made off with a MacBook, mobile phone, an initialled black case, US driving licence and various cards as well as a suitcase full of bottles of alcohol.

Michels’ body was discovered in bed under a duvet the next day by his concerned family.

An empty 3ml syringe without a needle attached was found on the floor beside the bed.

Serial Killer's Drug Dealer Jailed For Chemsex Murder Of Bond Actor © PA Ready News UK Matovu sold the same drugs to serial killer Stephen Port

DNA from the victim and defendant was identified on it, as well as traces of GHB, the court heard.

Matovu denied murder but admitted going home with him to have consensual sex.

Matovu, of Southwark, south London, was convicted of six counts of administering a noxious substance, seven thefts, six counts of having articles for fraud, murder, assault by penetration, assault occasioning actual bodily harm and possessing GBL drugs.

Dunbar, of Forest Gate, east London, was found guilty of three counts of administering a noxious substance, five thefts, six counts of having articles for fraud, two frauds, assault by penetration, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, and dishonestly retaining wrongful credit.

'Effective Decriminalisation Of Rape': CPS Slammed As Conviction Rate Drops To Just 3%

'Effective Decriminalisation Of Rape': CPS Slammed As Conviction Rate Drops To Just 3% A slump in the number of people prosecuted for rape in England and Wales – coupled with record volumes of cases being reported to police - has prompted campaigners to brand the phenomenon “the effective decriminalisation of rape.” The annual Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) report from the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) shows there were just 1,925 convictions for rape or an alternative lesser offence during the financial year 2018-19, down from 2,635 in the previous 12 months - a drop of 26.9%. This is despite the number of rape claims dealt with annually by police in England and Wales rising from 35,847 to 57,882 during the last four years. It means around 3.

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A dealer has been found guilty of killing a former Bond actor with the same chemsex drug he sold to serial killer Stephen Port. Following an Old Bailey trial, Matovu was found guilty of businessman Mr Michels’ murder and a string of other offences. Jurors were not told about Matovu’ s past connection

In 2016, Port was handed a whole life term for raping and murdering four young men and dumping their bodies near his home in Barking between 2014 and 2015.

Following Port’s trial, Matovu pleaded guilty to supplying mephedrone and GHB and offering to supply GHB, but denied knowing what Port planned to do with it.

The huge haul of drugs, cash, and weapons seized in Cardiff during dealer clampdown.
100 suspected drug dealers have been arrested with £152,000 of drugs and £81,000 in cash seized in just a few months

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