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Stab man guilty of manslaughter

Craig Douglas
Craig Douglas was fatally stabbed in the neck

A pensioner has been found guilty of manslaughter after a man was fatally stabbed as he walked along a Manchester city centre street.

Craig Douglas, 25, was stabbed in the neck with a small knife on Canal Street in February.

David Broady, 70, of Victoria Square, Manchester, was convicted by a jury at Manchester Crown Court after being cleared of murder.

He is due to be sentenced on 11 November.

Mr Douglas was taken to Manchester Royal Infirmary but died.

Emergency crews found the victim lying on the floor with a single stab wound to the neck on 25 February, police said.

Pensioner is charged with murder
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