Married Man Obsessed With Masturbating Into Other Men’s Intestines Murders His Wife

Mitesh Patel was a married man and a closet homosexual who enjoyed using the gay phone app Grindr, which has been used by more than a few homosexual murderers (see here and here), terrorists, congressmen, slave trafficking, and has been indicted in helping to spread HIV. He used to use the app to indulge in homosexual sex with random men, and he has now been arrested amid accusations of murdering his wife:

A pharmacist accused of murdering his wife had been cheating on her by having sex with men he met on the Grindr dating app, a court heard today.

Mitesh Patel, 37, is accused of killing his wife and business partner Jessica, 34, at their large Victorian home in a wealthy suburb of Middlesbrough on May 14 this year.

Mrs Patel’s body was found at 8.20pm at the house in Linthorpe and a murder investigation was launched by Cleveland Police – but Mitesh Patel denies killing his wife.

His trial is about to start at Teesside Crown Court where potential jurors were addressed by the judge Mr Justice James Goss.

He told them Mr Patel’s infidelity and sex with men was an accepted part of the case by both the defence and the prosecution.

But he told them that if they had used or did use the Grindr dating app, the world’s largest social networking app for gay, bisexual and transsexual people, they would be excused from jury service.

Mr Justice Goss said today: ‘The death of Jessica Patel happened in her home on May 14 this year and her husband Mitesh Patel, the gentleman sitting in the dock, is charged with her murder.

‘Both of them worked as pharmacists at the pharmacy on Roman Road in Linthorpe.

‘It is agreed that during the course of the marriage the defendant Mitesh Patel had been unfaithful to his wife including having met men for sexual intercourse’.

He added: ‘Some of them he met using the social networking site called Grindr.’

His words came as jurors were being selected from a larger panel before Nicholas Campbell, QC, opens the case.

Mr Justice Goss further told jurors: ‘It is agreed that to seek to ensure your objectivity as jurors that if you frequented the Roman Road Pharmacy over the last seven years or you have used the Grindr app at any time over the same period you should be excused from sitting in this case.

‘If either of these apply you should not be considered to be available for selection.’

The trial is expected to get underway with a full opening of the case on Thursday morning.

Jessica’s murder shocked the suburb of Linthorpe where she and her husband lived on The Avenue, a short walk from their work.

The pair ran the pharmacy together and married after they had first met at university in Manchester.

At the time of her death Jessica’s family paid tribute to her in a statement saying: ‘We have lost Jessica, a kind-hearted, gentle and selfless person who was loved dearly by her family and friends.

‘She was completely dedicated to all of her family and her loss has brought an unbearable pain.’

Mr Patel denies the murder.

The case resumes later this week. (source, source)

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