Eight men have been sentenced after a schoolboy and his mum were shot on their doorstep in Salford and a man was blasted at a car wash.
Six men have been sentenced this afternoon for their role in the shooting which left Christian Hickey Jr and his mother Jayne lying in a pool of blood as they answered the door of their Salford home back in 2015.
The attack was a botched revenge mission after the "execution" of Salford's "Mr Big" Paul Massey three months earlier.
Two other men have also been sentenced in a related shooting at a car wash in Ashton in Makerfield back in 2017.
The eight men will serve 92 years collectively.
Jacob Harrison, 26, Sumberland House - 14 years
John Kent, 54, Culverwell Drive - 14 years and six months
Aldaire Warmington, 32, no fixed address - 20 years
Carne Thomasson, 28, no fixed address - 23 years
Christopher Hall, 49, no fixed address - 14 years and six months
Dominic Walton, 26, no fixed address - Two years
James Coward, 26, no fixed address - Two years
Lincoln Warmington, 32, Summerville Road - Two years and three months