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Dancer's Sister Talks About Rage-Filled Outburst in Court
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LAS VEGAS -- The sister of murdered Las Vegas dancer Debora Flores Narvaez said it was the worst feeling she has ever felt when she saw her sister's accused murderer in court Wednesday.

A visibly distraught Celeste Flores Narvaez held an afternoon news conference to talk about her outburst in the courtroom. She said her palms began sweating, she felt hot and cold and was filled with anger and rage when Jason Griffith entered the courtroom for his arraignment.

"It was the first time seeing him in person, hearing his voice or having contact with him," Flores Narvaez said.

She said she was surprised by her outburst of swear words directed at Griffith. She described it as being out of character for her.

"I really felt so bad after I left because until now I have held my composure. I felt bad cause I would never want to disrespect the judge," she said.

Flores Narvaez said she just wanted Griffith to know she was there. "I felt angry, I was in pain. I was really in pain."

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