Cornelius Clark, left, sits with his lawyer Damian Tucker during the first day of his trial Tuesday at the Nash County Courthouse in Nashville.
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Cornelius Clark, left, sits with his lawyer Damian Tucker during the first day of his trial Tuesday at the Nash County Courthouse in Nashville.

Defendant in murder trial says he felt threatened

By Brie Handgraaf

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NASHVILLE – A Rocky Mount man on trial for a 2011 murder at Club Rain testified Tuesday he pulled out a knife because he felt threatened by the victim.

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