Trial: Shooting victim gives evidence

Trial: Shooting victim gives evidence

Nicola Hine

Trial: Shooting victim gives evidence

A victim of the double shooting at Fantasy Fine Line tattoo parlour in Maidenhead took to the stand at Reading Crown Court this afternoon.

David Anderson was questioned by the prosecution on what he remembered of the attack which left him with gunshot wounds to his left arm. He was asked if he knew the reasons behind the attack. 

Anderson, an unemployed father-of-four from the town, denied any involvement in the drug dealing suggested by the prosecution in its opening statement this morning.

He claimed he had visited the parlour on April 11 to get a tattoo by Mark Goddard - who was also injured in the attack.

Cross examination of his evidence began shortly before 4pm and Anderson will take to the stand again tomorrow morning.

The court was also shown CCTV footage from St Mark's Road and a number of other locations during the course of the day.

The trial continues.

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Report 1: Trial: Jury sworn in at Maidenhead shooting trial

Report 2: Court hears shooting was result of a confrontation over drugs

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