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Monday, October 29, 2007

[IN] Retrials sought in killing of Trooper's wife Kim, kids Jill & Brad

...Both men [Indiana State Trooper David Camm & Charles Boney] were convicted in separate trials in 2006 for the shooting deaths of Camm's wife, Kimberly, 7-year-old son Brad, and 5-year-old daughter Jill, at the family's Georgetown home...

Camm, Boney fighting for new trials
New Albany Tribune
By Lisa Hurt Kozarovich
Published October 28, 2007
[Excerpts] The state says it's found no reason that convicted murderer Charles Boney should get a second trial. Now Boney and prosecutors will have to see if the Indiana Court of Appeals agrees. The statement came in the form of a court brief filed by the Attorney General's Office in response to Boney's claim that five judicial errors made during his trial are cause for him to be granted a new trial... In the meantime, Boney's alleged co-conspirator, David Camm, is also waiting to hear if he will get a new trial. Both men were convicted in separate trials in 2006 for the shooting deaths of Camm's wife, Kimberly, 7-year-old son Brad, and 5-year-old daughter Jill, at the family's Georgetown home in 2000. It was the second time Camm was convicted; his first conviction was reversed by the Court of Appeals after the court agreed testimony about his several extramarital affairs shouldn't have been allowed at trial... Earlier this month, Camm's attorneys filed a brief with the Indiana Supreme Court detailing the numerous errors they believe occurred during his recent trial - most notably allowing prosecutors to speculate that Camm was molesting his daughter and killed the family to keep that secret... Prosecutors theorize that Camm and Boney met on a basketball court shortly after Boney's release from prison on robbery charges. They say the former state trooper knew about Boney's criminal past and asked him to provide an untraceable gun, which prosecutors say Boney did, in exchange for a portion of the life insurance money Camm would collect after the murders. Both men were convicted and sentenced to life in prison...

1 comment:

  1. I am glad they were both convicted and I know David Camm will be convicted this third and final time. HIs family has bought him out of these murders for 13 years--it will be great to see the killer stays behind bars.

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