Police chief charge over shooting of unarmed man

Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police Sir Peter Fahy will be charged over an alleged health and safety breach linked to the shooting of unarmed Anthony Grainger in March 2012, the Crown Prosecution Service said.

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Exclusive: 'I still want justice for Anthony'

Greater Manchester chief constable Sir Peter Fahy will be charged over the death of unarmed Salford father Anthony Grainger.

It's 2 years since he was shot in the chest by a Greater Manchester police officer.

Anthony Grainger's partner, Gail, talks exclusively to Matt O'Donoghue:

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