Gangster target, 35, who was chased home before Olivia Pratt-Korbel was killed, was denied parole
The target of a gangland gunman who was chased into the home of Olivia Pratt-Korbel before the schoolgirl was gunned down in vicious shooting will remain in prison as he is REFUSED of parole
- Joseph Nee, 35, was hunted down at Olivia Pratt-Korbel’s home in August this year
- He had been the intended target for the shot that killed the nine-year-old
- After the murder, Nee was sent back to prison after violating his parole license
- A parole board decision now says he must remain in prison behind bars
The intended target of the shooter who killed an innocent schoolgirl is being held behind bars after being denied parole.
Joseph Nee, 35, was chased into the Merseyside home of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel by a masked person in August.
As the killer was about to fire at the intended target, the young girl was shot in the chest, killing her as she stood next to her mother at her home in Liverpool in August this year.
Nee, who lived near Olivia’s house in the Dovecot area of town, had spent his life in prison for a series of serious crimes including drug offenses, burglary and theft.
Joseph Nee, 35, (pictured) was chased into the home of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel by a masked man. He was sent back to prison for violating his parole after Olivia’s death
Nine-year-old Olivia (pictured) was killed after Nee stormed into her home in Dovecot, Liverpool, when a masked gunman gave chase
He was part of an organized crime gang who was sentenced to a total of 10 years in prison for a series of burglaries throughout the Northwest.
Nee was later caught after leading police officers in a 125mph chase through Cheshire and Merseyside.
He was sentenced to 45 months in prison in 2018 but was automatically released on license in 2021, it is said.
On August 22 of that year, Nee broke into Olivia’s home while trying to flee the masked gunman.
He was arrested the next morning at the hospital, where he was treated for gunshot wounds for violating the terms of his probation.
The 35-year-old, who lived near Olivia’s home in the Dov, had been part of a gang that led police officers on a 200mph chase through Merseyside and Cheshire
Nee was then returned to prison to serve his sentence.
A parole board panel has now ruled he will remain in prison for his sentence after a “paper review” of his case, The Sun reports.
He has 28 days to appeal the decision.
The 35-year-old had been part of a gang that led police officers on a 125 mph chase through Merseyside and Cheshire.
As the killer Nee, his intended target, was about to fire Olivia (pictured), she was shot in the chest, killing her while standing next to her mother at their home in Liverpool in August this year
He confessed to two counts of burglary and two counts of theft of a motor vehicle, as well as dangerous driving, driving without insurance and driving with disqualification.
Photos of a topless Nee at HMP Kirkham taken in 2019 and allegedly shared on Instagram by a drug gang baron showed him bragging about life behind bars alongside other inmates.
Captioned “Costa del Kirkham” and “Butlin behind bars,” the prisoners are seen relaxing in the warm weather and posing for the camera.
And in 2009, Nee was sentenced to six and a half years in prison for serving as a “trusted foot soldier” in a drug gang that helped bring heroin and crack cocaine to the streets of Liverpool.
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