Dating website killer
But the following day, Mr Kovari's body was found dumped 500 metres away in Barking Abbey graveyard by a dog walker.
He was propped up wearing sunglasses next to a bag of his belongings.
The revelation was found in a joint probe by The Sunday Mirror and television investigative reporter and child protection expert Mark Williams-Thomas.
He said: "The horrific nature of James’s murder should mean that his killers should remain under constant supervision and be unable to freely roam the internet.
The first alleged murder victim was Anthony Walgate, 23.
He was originally from Hull but was renting a room in Golders Green, north-west London, while studying fashion at Middlesex University.
He preyed on the young man's grief to cover his tracks and ensure any suspicions would not be directed towards him.
They regularly chatted late into the night but the mother, who was unaware of his true identity, declined any of his invitations to meet in person.
The pair had abducted James from a shopping centre in Bootle, Merseyside, before taking him to a remote spot near a railway line where they beat him with bricks and iron bars and left his lifeless body on the train tracks.
They were each sentenced to eight years in a secure unit but were released in 2001 and given new identities to protect them from revenge attacks.
But within days, Mr Kovari said he wanted to move on.
On August 27, Port told his sister Sharon on the phone that there was a dead body in the bed at his flat and she advised him to go to the police.