Raoul Moat victim inquest

An inquest into the death of Chris Brown, who was murdered by Raoul Moat in 2010, has heard evidence from a prisoner who served with Moat at Durham Jail. He alleges Moat spent time "exacting some sort of revenge".

Court hears Raoul Moat was 'unbalanced and angry'

An inquest into the death of Chris Brown, who was murdered by gunman Raoul Moat, heard the late killer was unbalanced and would get angry when talking about his former partner Samantha Stobbart and the police.

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Karate instructor Chris Brown was shot dead by Raoul Moat in 2010. Credit: PA

A witness, who was a prisoner alongside Moat at HMP Durham, told the court: "He indicated that he was going to take some sort of revenge against her and her partner."

Watch: Victim's family: Focus has always been on Raoul Moat

The court heard that Moat had made it clear that he would never return to prison whatever happened and that he had also boasted about having access to a shotgun and explosives.

Mr Brown, a 29-year-old karate Instructor, had recently begun a relationship with Ms Stobbart when he was shot dead by Moat in July 2010.

Read: Chris Brown's mother calls ordeal 'hell'

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Raoul Moat victim inquest hears of desire for 'revenge'

An inquest into the death of Chris Brown, who was murdered by Raoul Moat in 2010, has heard evidence from a prisoner who served with Moat at Durham Jail.

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Prisoner known only as 'N1' says he spoke to a prison officer shortly after moat was released. He says he made an off the cuff remark

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N1 also says Moat had spoken during his time in jail of 'exacting some sort of revenge'