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December 06. 2012 12:35AM

Manchester officer testifies he could clearly see the face of shooter

Manchester Police Officer Dan Doherty testifies how he was shot last March as he was pursuing a suspect during trial in Hillsborough County Superior Court Wednesday Dec. 5, 2012 in Manchester, N.H. Myles Webster has been charged with attempted murder for the shooting of Doherty. (AP Photo/Jim Cole) 

Manchester Police Officer Daniel Doherty Wednesday told jurors that he saw Myles Webster's face clearly as Webster fired 14 bullets at him from a distance of three to five feet March 21 at Wayne and Rimmon streets.



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