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Three sisters are demanding justice for their father, after he died following an assault at a Manchester care home.
A coroner ruled today that pensioner Ivan Campbell had been unlawfully killed, although no charges have been brought against anyone. Mr Campbell's daughters described him as a gentle man who loved his grandchildren.
Elaine Willcox reports:
The family of a pensioner, who was unlawfully killed at a care home in Manchester, say they have "lost the king of their family forever."
Ivan Campbell, 73, was a resident at Victoria Nursing Home in Rusholme when he died from severe internal injuries in April 2012.
His family spoke out after a coroner said he believed Mr Campbell had been assaulted at the home. He recorded a verdict of unlawful killing.
An inquest has ruled that a pensioner with dementia, who died at a Manchester care home, was unlawfully killed.
Ivan Campbell, 73, was a resident at Victoria Nursing Home in Rusholme. He died from severe internal injuries three years ago.