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Double Murder Trial Starts

Double Murder Trial Starts

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 5:40pm 12th January 2012.

The jury is sworn in at the trial of two men accused of a double murder in Cornwall.

The bodies of ex-boxer Brett Flourney and David Griffiths were found buried in a van in Clay Country last summer.

Now 28 year old Ross Stone from Trenance Downs and 26 year old Thomas Haigh who is originally from Huddersfield, are appearing at Truro Crown Court.

Both deny the charges.

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