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I'm a drug dealer not a gunman, accused tells shooting trial

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A man accused over two shootings has told a jury he wasn't involved, insisting he was merely selling drugs. Dominic Hughes, 28, insisted he had nothing to do with the shootings, one at a taxi office in Salford and another at a house in Whitefield months later.

He is standing trial alongside two other men, the alleged gunman at both shootings Aaron Gray, 25, and Benjamin Yates, 29. A woman had a gun pointed at her in a 'terrifying' shooting at a Salford taxi office, a prosecutor has told Manchester Crown Court. READ MORE:Universities told to make anti-spiking plan by end of year All three men deny involvement.

Jurors heard that a woman was working at the Swan taxis office on Church Street in Eccles at about 10pm on December 8, 2019.

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