Three men have been found guilty of shooting a seven-year-old boy and his mother in the in a gangland feud.
Christian Hickey and his mother Jayne were shot on the doorstep of their home in Salford back in October 2015.
Carne Thomasson, 28, Christopher Hall, 49, and Aldaire Warmington, 32, were convicted at Manchester Crown Court of conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm with intent.All three were found non guilty of conspiracy to commit murder.
A further three men Lincoln Warmington, 32, of Summerville Road, Salford; Dominic Walton, 26, of no fixed address; and James Coward, 26, of no fixed address, have all been found guilty of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
John Thomasson, 50, of Wakefield Crescent, Stockport, was cleared of conspiracy to murder; conspiracy to cause GBH with intent; and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
An eighth man, John Kent, 54, of Culverwell Drive, Salford has been found guilty of conspiracy to cause GBH with intent in connection with an earlier shooting, targeting a man called Jamie Rothwell, and of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
Jacob Harrison, 26, of Sumberland House, Salford, admitted conspiracy to cause GBH with intent to Jamie Rothwell.