LAS VEGAS (AP) - A dancer in a Las Vegas Strip show who says he was stalked and threatened by his ex-girlfriend was back on the witness stand in his trial on charges that he killed and dismembered the woman in December 2010.
Jason Omar Griffith faced tough questions from prosecutors about his claims that Deborah Flores Narvaez was violent, and that her death was a case of self-defense.
There was a heated and emotional display followed cross-examination from the man accused of strangling and dismembering debbie florez narvaez in 2010.
First, he's telling the jury about multiple 911 calls he made in 2010 - and a half-completed attempt to get a restraining order against Flores.
Griffith claims police didn't take his 911 calls seriously.
Flores was a performer in the Luxor hotel-casino's "Fantasy" revue.
Griffith was arrested when her dismembered corpse was found in tubs of cement in January 2011.
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