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Thursday, 29 January 2009

Danny Hockenhull, aged 24 and Curtis Goring, 27, are accused of stabbing Brett Blake in the Uniq nightclub on Carver Street

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Danny Hockenhull, aged 24 and Curtis Goring, 27, are accused of stabbing Brett Blake in the Uniq nightclub on Carver Street, in June, after going to the venue armed.Hockenhull, of Hawkshead Road, Grimesthorpe, Sheffield, is alleged to have stabbed Mr Blake in the neck before Goring, of Rolleston Road, Firth Park, Sheffield, stabbed him in his stomach.They both deny murder and possessing an offensive weapon in a public place. Goring also denies affray relating to another disturbance at the club and Hockenhull denies wounding with intent after a bouncer was injured the same night.Sheffield Crown Court heard Hockenhull told detectives it was Mr Blake who was carrying a knife.In pre-prepared statements, Hockenhull admitted fighting with Mr Blake on the dance floor. He added: "He produced a knife and injured me. I backed away and others began fighting. I did not have a knife, I did not stab Brett Blake, I did not see anyone else stab him."The prosecution claims Hockenhull, Goring and Mr Blake were once all members of the S3 postcode gang but Hockenhull told detectives he never had been a member.

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