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Man Denies Murdering Newlyn Fisherman

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7:13am 29th February 2012

The trial is starting of a man accused of murdering a Newlyn fisherman.

Truro Crown Court has heard Neville Dunn never regained consciousness after being punched and kicked in the head.

31-year-old Brian 'Binder' Harrison from Newlyn is accused of attacking Mr Dunn on New Year's Eve, 2007.

He never regained consciousness and on October 17, 2009 he died in hospital in Grimsby. He was aged 44.

His trial is expected to end in the early part of next week.

He denies the charges.

7:13am 29th February 2012

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