Ashley Dale killer Sean Zeisz was called a ‘monster’ years before murder

The flurry of vile messages sent by Sean Zeisz to his ex-girlfriend revealed far more than he intended.

Although Zeisz, 28, admitted his involvement in the trafficking of Class A drugs during his trial for the murder of Ashley Dale, he also has a track record of serious violence towards women.

Back in 2016, he was jailed for 16 months for assaulting his ex partner, after forcing her to get into a car during a night out in the city centre. On that journey, in October, 2015, she was punched and bitten in the face.

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In a social media post that went viral at the time, the woman posted an image of her bruised and battered face with the caption: “Wasn’t going to do this but I am because I’m truly sickened to my stomach and believe people need to know that this boy is a monster.”

Fast forward seven years and the evidence suggests little has changed. Zeisz is now facing a life sentence for encouraging and assisting the decision to send “footsoldier” James Witham, 41, to barge into Ashley’s home and spray the property with bullets from a Skorpion sub-machine gun. Zest’s drug dealing partner, Niall Barry, was the “malign influence” behind the plan, the jury heard, but Zeisz was sat beside him in the squalid flat in Pilch Lane, Huyton where the pair directed an attempted hit on Ashley’s boyfriend, Lee Harrison.

The short-tempered gangland thug, nicknamed Zest, has been found jointly responsible for the death of an innocent woman, and his sickening messages to his most recent partner, Olivia McDowell, showed a man easily disposed to intimidating and threatening anyone who crossed him.


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