Adrian Keeling and David Mason in Police Shooting Inquest

Tue, 16 Feb 2010

Fatal shooting firearms officer told to 'keep gun down' 
A firearms officer who fatally shot a colleague in the chest had been told to keep his gun pointed down during the training exercise, an inquest heard.
 
The officer who shot Pc Ian Terry, 32, earlier said he acted "instinctively", as Greater Manchester Police's firearms unit practised in a disused factory. 
 
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