A father's appealing for help to break a wall of silence protecting his son's killer.
Halton McCollin was gunned down at a takeaway in Greater Manchester in what police believe was a case of mistaken identity.
Five years on from his death, his father says he feels a chill down his spine thinking about the gunman, and his accomplices, feeling no remorse for taking an innocent life.
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Ming Jiang, 42, from Beswick, Greater Manchester, appeared before magistrates in Chesterfield on Monday.
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