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Double Murder Trial
7:28am 16th January 2012
The trial of two men accused of a double murder in Cornwall will hear evidence from its first witnesses later.
A court has heard how ex-boxer Brett Flourney and David Griffiths were killed over a drugs' debt.
Their bodies were found buried in a van near St Austell.
28 year old Ross Stone from Trenance Downs and 26 year old Thomas Haigh of no fixed address, deny the charges.
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