Four men appeared in a UK court this week, charged for their alleged roles in a series of gun and machete attacks in Manchester.
Four men Mark Fellows, Aaron Parkin, Liam Gee, and Warren Barnes, have been charged in connection with attacks in February and March 2015 in Greater Manchester.
The first attack is said to have taken place on February 18, 2015, when gunshots were fired at a car with three people inside of it. One man, Abdul Rahman Khan, was injured during the shooting, before fleeing the scene, later being hospitalised, according to the Manchester Evening News.
The second incident reportedly happened on March 21, 2015, when Aaron Williams was brutally attacked with a machete, leaving him critically injured.