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Willins' attorney, Jack Lassiter of Little Rock, referred to his client's testimony earlier in the day, saying, "He told you he never intended to have sexual relations with this fictitious minor." Lassiter noted that in the emails Willins exchanged with the online persona, he thought he was talking to a 33-year-old woman and never thought he was talking to the girl herself. Throughout the conversation, Willins asked numerous questions about what the girl liked, what she had done already and what he would be allowed to do to her, and asked for a photograph of her.Some persons listed might no longer be registered offenders and others might have been added.Some addresses or other data might no longer be current.But Shipley argued that to use the entrapment defense, Willins "has to show that the government led him down a path that he has never been down before." She said Willins' testimony that he suffers from a sex addiction was at odds with his claim that "the government has put any of these ideas in his head." Baker denied the request, citing case law indicating that "the evidence here doesn't meet the level of inducement necessary" to offer the defense.In closing arguments, Shipley noted that Willins got a one-pill prescription for Cialis, an erectile dysfunction drug, filled just before he left Memphis that day.