“This woman was unrecognisable after the attack, compared to the woman who gave evidence.“'I have been in the police for 14 years and these were some of the most shocking facial injuries I have ever seen.” As the internet plays an ever greater part in our social lives, with sites such as Facebook helping us to keep in touch with our friends, it's inevitable that we also use it to help us run our love lives as well.
He was arrested a week later thanks to a DNA match and CCTV footage showing him on a bus near the scene.
Initially he told police the sex had been consensual and that he had witnessed her arguing with another man who had beaten her.
But Saunders and his accomplices burst in an robbed Betts before shooting him and leaving him to die.
Saunders was eventually sentenced to 40 years in jail after admitting setting up the robbery for drug money and shooting Betts, though said the gun went off by accident and he hadn't meant to kill anyone.
Relatives now fear that the case will come to nothing amid accusations the police rushed their initial investigation, couple with the previous governor of Sinaloa being voted out of office.
The new governor owns the hotel where O'Neil was last seen, brother Donnie said.
Brian Betts and O'Neil Mc Gean met in the 1990s (pictured) and dated for more than a decade before splitting up.
They shared grisly an eerily similar ends after they were both lured to their deaths using electronic dating That is despite the fact that he had vowed to be careful with online dating after Betts' tragic death, reports the Washington Post.
Leaving her bleeding, he stole her handbag and used her Oyster travelcard to board a nightbus and escape.
She said: “I thought I was going to die.” Once Ramsey had left, she managed to call for help and was discovered by a member of the public.
The case caused concern among the LGBT community in Maryland and even led to warnings being issued that gay people were being targeted, the Daily Beast reports.