- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey
A jury has found a man shot dead by police in Cambridgeshire was "lawfully killed" - after the father-of-three encouraged officers to fire.
Richard Davies died following the stand-off with armed police at his home in St Neots in October 2015.
The 41-year-old had learned his marriage was over, spent the day drinking, then tied up his children when armed police were called to his home.
Today, a jury in the inquest into his death found he had been killed lawfully and responded to three questions put to them by the coroner.
Question 1: Were there any errors or omissions in communication among the police?
Question 2: Were there any errors or omissions in attempts made to negotiate?
Had Richard Davies acted in a way to get police to shoot him?
The jury added that, while it was unlikely to have affected the outcome, they "felt uncomfortable that telephone negotiations were not considered".
The widow of a man shot dead by police told an inquest that her child sent a text saying: "Dad's going to kill himself. He's tied us up."
Richard Davies, 41, had fired six shots when he died of a single gunshot wound to the chest fired by an armed officer.
Richard Davies died from a single wound to the chest in October 2015, at the house he shared with his wife and three children.