A SUSPECT is to stand trial charged with shooting two men.

Michael Fratti is accused of trying to kill Robert McCann and Brian McGloin last year.

It is first claimed the 24 year-old was acting with an unknown person when he attacked McCann in Glasgow's Shettleston on September 18.

The 38 year-old is said to have been shot in the head.

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Fratti again allegedly teamed up with someone else to attack McGloin elsewhere in Shettleston on October 13.

Prosecutors state the 42 year-old was shot on the body as well as being struck with a knife.

A handgun is said to have been used in both incidents.

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Fratti is further accused of assaulting two other men at the same flat where McGloin was allegedly shot.

His QC John Scullion today/yesterday pled not guilty on his behalf during a short hearing at the High Court in Glasgow.

Lady Stacey set a trial due to begin in July. The case could last up to eight days.

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