Darryl Laycock
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'I've been shot at 70 times and survived'

Darryl Laycock is a former member of a notorious Manchester drug gang, he says he lost 30 of his friends through gang violence.

He has spent 12 years in jail for drug and gun offences.

After he left prison Darryl turned his life around and now tries to divert young people away from street violence.

He tells his story to the BBC's Ed Thomas.

  • 13 Jan
  • From the section UK
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