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But when the man panicked and refused to continue Rowe became extremely hostile. I thought he was so angry he was going to throw a brick at my car.'I thought I'd have to go back to work and explain a black eye or something. A GEOAmey spokesman said: 'Clearly the behaviour of the two GEOAmey officers involved was unacceptable and not representative of the hard work and high professional standards of their colleagues.'We conducted an internal investigation into the circumstances and after full consideration of the facts we took the correct, but nonetheless regrettable, decision to dismiss the officers.'We now consider this matter closed.' Rowe's second Grindr victim insisted on safe sex with a condom.
The man said he feared for his safety as Rowe became furious and accused him of 'wasting his evening'. The US-born man had to forcefully push Rowe off of him on more than one occasion when he tried to have sex without protection.
He bought his own condoms and 'sabotaged' them so his victims wouldn't notice the damage and he could continue to spread the virus. If a victim refused to agree to unprotected sex he could simply reach for one of his carefully torn condoms, hoodwinking his unsuspecting victim into thinking he was having safe sex.
It got pretty intense.' After the verdict, one of Rowe's victims anonymously told the BBC that he was driven to the verge of suicide when he found out he was infected after both his parents died of AIDS.It comes as video footage showed Rowe being interviewed by officers and telling them he did not have HIV. ' He replied: 'No.'When asked if he had a test for the virus recently, he said: 'Not recently, I had a relationship when I first got here.'It was unprotected so I have not been tested after that.He admitted to ripping the condom.'He said, "I got you. There was menace in his voice, it was an insane conversation. Lewes Crown Court has heard Rowe had hatched the plan almost the moment he received the news in April 2015 that he had contracted HIV from his previous boyfriend.He was told about the treatments available but stunned medical staff in his home city of Edinburgh by informing them he did not want to take anti-retroviral drugs.