The suspect in last month's Good Stuff Diner murder, who was apprehended after his face and diamond-studded moneybag necklace caught the eye of the JumboTron at a Charlotte Bobcats game, was arraigned in court yesterday. Prosecutors allege that Barranco and Scott, aka "Young Classik," had a falling out over money involved with a bank scam they were running. Barranco's lawyer put forth their foolproof two-fold defense strategy: Earle Barranco only shot Corey Scott in self-defense, and, um, Scott had it coming anyway. "Simply put, Corey Scott got what he deserved. Anyone in the defendant's position would have done what Earle Barranco did," said Howard Greenberg, Barranco's lawyer.