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Prosecutors build case in homicide trial

10:46 AM, May 1, 2013
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A 61-year-old Big Flats man showed no emotion Tuesday when prosecutors displayed pictures of his mother's remains during the second day of his homicide trial.

Larry W. Clark occasionally glanced at the photos displayed on two large screens at the front of the courtroom. Wearing the same dark gray suit he wore when trial proceedings began Monday, Clark took notes, consulted his attorney, James Connell, and looked at the jury while the images appeared on the screen.

Clark faces a first-degree intentional homicide charge in the shooting death of his mother, Marcella E. Clark. He's also ...

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