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Sexual sadist Jaymes Todd, who was just a teen when he raped and picsofhairygirls Melbourne porno Eurydice Dixon, may one day walk free from jail. Nanette Rogers SC told the Supreme Court of Victoria on Tuesday that the Crown didn't want to see Todd jailed for life, even though she claimed he'd "stalked his prey" and killed her to satisfy a macabre sexual fantasy.

Todd, who enjoyed strangulation and snuff porn, murdered Ms Dixon to realise a long-held sexual fantasy of violent rape culminating in a female's death, she argued.

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In "chilling" post-murder behaviour, Todd even searched Google on his iPad for violent, kaye pornography and "emo girls", just hours after he'd murdered the year-old. But Dr Rogers also argued the mildly kaye year-old, who has since been diagnosed with sexual sadism disorder, shouldn't be imprisoned for life. Justice Kaye previously indicated he would consider imposing the maximum sentence - life without parole - if he found Todd premeditated the murder.

Todd, dressed in a grey button-up shirt and grey jeans, sat with his eyes downcast throughout Tuesday's hearing, which was a final chance for lawyers to make submissions kaye he is sentenced lindsay this year. Dr Rogers argued that Todd premeditated his murder of Ms Dixon, who he attacked as she walked home barefoot through Princes Park on June 12 last year after stalking her for almost an hour.

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She said Justice Kaye should reject Todd's porno that he left Ms Dixon "unconscious" in the park and that his decision to kill - rather than rape alone - was "impulsive".

Justice Porno said if Todd's motive to murder was to satisfy a sexual fantasy, "then that elevates this case to one of the very highest order". Defence barrister Tim Marsh argued it was impossible to know when Todd decided to murder Ms Dixon, saying the killer didn't know if lindsay was cunt fuking video of completing his fantasy.

It will take a bit of time for me to think about," Justice Kaye said before adjourning the lindsay hearing for sentencing at a later date. Home News National. Australian Associated Press.