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Garvin Co. Man Accused Of Murdering, Dismembering Girlfriend's Ex Takes The Stand

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Justin Hammer, 32, has been charged with first-degree murder in the 2012 death of 32-year-old Brandon Duran. Justin Hammer, 32, has been charged with first-degree murder in the 2012 death of 32-year-old Brandon Duran.
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The man accused of killing his girlfriend's ex-boyfriend and then chopping up the body and putting it into buckets has testified about some of the details of the crime.

Justin Hammer, 32, has been charged with first-degree murder in the 2012 death of 32-year-old Brandon Duran.

8/10/2012 Related Story: Elmore City Man Accused Of Hiding Dismembered Body Arraigned

KXII News 12 reported Wednesday that Hammer pled not guilty and testified in the Garvin County Courthouse that he shot Duran in self-defense. He claimed he was afraid of Duran, because he thought he was a member of the “Banditos” motorcycle gang.

Hammer also provided details on how he cut up and disposed of Duran’s body. 

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