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Olivia Pratt-Korbel's killer Thomas Cashman was mocked in court for his "little" dysfunctional penis.
Today (Friday, March 30) Cashman, 34, was found guilty of murdering the nine-year-old at her family home in Liverpool on August 22 last year.
Olivia was shot in the chest after stranger Joseph Nee, 36, burst in while fleeing from Cashman.
READ MORE: Thomas Cashman guilty of murdering Olivia Pratt-Korbel, 9, in doorstep shooting
He had pleaded not guilty to the murder of Olivia, the attempted murder of Mr Nee and to wounding Olivia's mum Cheryl Korbel with intent to inflict GBH.
He was found guilty on all counts. The jury came to unanimous verdicts on them all.
During the trial, the jury was played a video interview with a woman who claimed Cashman attended her home in the aftermath of the shooting.
She had implicated him in the shooting by telling police he changed clothes at her house.
In the clip, the witness described how she previously had a sexual relationship with him and mocked him for his "little willy" that "just wouldn't work".
She told detectives: "I seen him as a good friend to me. I don’t give a s*** about the relationship right, because half the time that relationship – it wasn’t a f***ing affair like people may think. It was three times."
She described how the relationship with Cashman became sexual after they had exchanged flirtatious messages on Instagram, saying: "It was like an Instagram message, something like ‘do you feel what I feel’ or something like that.
"I was just like ‘why do your eyes undress me all the time?’.
“He just came round and then that was the first time we slept together. It was amazing, honestly it was amazing that first time. He went missing again for a good couple of months. It was on off for months.
"The second time, it was s***e. It weren’t the same. It weren’t continuous, it was like three or four times again. I wouldn’t see him for a couple of months.
"He’d just turn up. We’d speak through Instagram. I didn’t speak to him for about three or four weeks. He’d message me first on it."
The witness was later asked again about the sexual relationship with Cashman, with a detective having referenced his "willy not working" at this point. She replied: “It just wouldn’t work.
"It just wouldn’t work. No matter what I’d do to him. We used to smoke a lot of weed. He couldn’t get a hard on no.
“I didn’t want to insult him, I didn’t want to get angry. He’s told me he smokes a lot of weed."
John Cooper KC, defending, suggested to the witness that Cashman had used her for sex and that she'd lied to the police as a result.
He said: "About the time of this tragic killing, you were angry, resentful and vindictive."
She replied: "I was not. I certainly didn't want a relationship with a thug with a little willy."
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