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Man Who Shows Up For Jack’d Threesome Winds Up Meeting His Murderers Instead

by Derek de Koff August 25, 2016

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In 2014, the body of a Texas man was discovered in the backseat of a car just outside Houston.

The corpse of 53-year-old traveling salesman Kevin Moyer was naked and wrapped in a sheet.

Related: Two Seattle Men Brutally Murdered By Stranger They Met On “Grindr Or Jack’d”

Now, a gay couple — 23-year-old Arthur Christopher Harmon and 33-year-old Nikolaos Mihail — face murder charges following the guilty plea of Cody Lewis, another man involved in the crime.

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This week during a court hearing, it was revealed the thugs used the hookup app Jack’d to seduce Moyer over to their home, with the sole intention of robbing him.

Related: Jilted Grindr Hookup Leads To Eight Hour Police Standoff, Gunshot Wound And Arrest

As Pink News reports, Moyer wound up murdered instead.

Authorities have recovered a bloody knife, a pellet rifle, and a mop, all of which were allegedly used during the attack.

Officers told the court that the men “communicated on a website and then met up that night for a possible relationship.”

Related: Dangerous Liaisons: Five Gay Online Hookups That Ended In Crime

Because Harmon and Mihail are gay, authorities have ruled out any hate crime charges.




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