Three men have been found guilty over the shooting of five-year-old Thusha Kamaleswaran, who was paralysed when she was shot in the chest as she played in her uncle's shop in Stockwell.
Thusha was gunned down as she played in the aisle of Stockwell Food and Wine on March 29 last year.
Nathaniel Grant, Anthony McCalla and Kazeem Kolawole were found guilty of attemped murder and GBH with intent.
The impact statement from Thusha's parents was read in court. Her mother said Thusha will wear a brace and leg splints for life.
Thusha who is paralysed from the neck down, suffers from spasms and has no control over bladder or bowel.
The men were also found guilty if attempting to murder the second victim Roshan Selvakumar who was shot in the face.
The court heard that the trio were gang members who wanted to kill a rival in the latest episode of a violent feud.
The judge told the defendants they will be sentenced on April 19th.
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This report from Ronke Phillips does contain some of images of the attack, which you might find upsetting.