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In Pagadian, in particular, there are beaches and islands that will make one believe that there is such a thing as a secluded paradise on Earth.
He demanded to know Mr Fasoli's PIN before leaving the flat to go to a cash machine for nearly 20 minutes at around 9pm as his bound and gagged victim lay helplessly on his bed, it is claimed.
When he returned, the victim screamed that he could not breathe and began to 'squeal' as Marshall clamped his hand over his nose and put his arm around his neck, the court heard.
Later, the victim could be heard gurgling, still alive, as Marshall checked for a pulse, and speaking into his radio allegedly said: 'Urgent ambulance required at my GPS location..that's lack of oxygen and can I get them with a crash trolley please.'Mr Brown said: 'Obviously there was no real radio connected to anyone, let alone an ambulance.'There is an ominous determination and seriousness in the way the defendant is carrying out the task, as he sees it.
There is no emotion, no panic, no regret.'Mr Fasoli could be heard struggling for breath before Marshall unrolled more cling film and kicked him 'as if testing for a reaction'.