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Pair Deny St Austell Double Murder
3:34pm 7th November 2011
Two men charged with double murder in St Austell plead not guilty.
The bodies of Brett Flournoy and David Griffiths were found buried in clay country.
They had gone missing on a trip to the Duchy in June.
Both accused are back in custody and face trial in the New Year.
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