The trial of a man accused of the murder of two police officers in Greater Manchester has begun today.
Dale Cregan, 29, is accused of killing PCs Nicola Hughes, 23, and Fiona Bone, 32, in a gun and grenade attack, on September 18 last year.
He is also being tried for the murders of David Short, 46, and his son, Mark, 23, in the months before.
Nine other co-accused are variously charged with helping or taking part in one of the four murders and attempted murders, firearms offences or assisting an offender.
Elaine Willcox has been in court
A taxi driver thought he was going to be shot by a masked gunman, the Dale Cregan murder trial has heard.
Dale Cregan has dramatically changed his plea and admitted to the murders of PCs Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone.
The families of two murdered policewomen have listened to details of the "bloody conclusion" to Dale Cregan's alleged attacks.