Jury requests review of evidence in Camm murder trial

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LEBANON, Ind. – The jury in the David Camm trial has made three requests to look at a series of exhibits including David Camm’s t-shirt.  Attorneys on both sides have agreed to those requests.
Camm is charged with murder in the deaths of his wife and two children. He’s been tried twice before and convicted; both times, the conviction was overturned. A second man, Charles Boney, has been convicted and sentenced to life in prison for the murders.
Camm has maintained his innocence throughout.
But in this third trial, things have changed. Under the jury’s instructions, if they believe that David Camm “aided, induced, or caused” Charles Boney to commit the murders, you can still convict Camm of murder — a broadening of the charges that Camm’s family struggles with.
Julie Blankenbaker, David Camm’s sister, comments, “That’s disturbing. I was very upset by that yesterday and it was disturbing too, because if you really think about it, if they think, ‘I’m not sure’ but if you think Dave might have had something to do with it, you can find him guilty.” 

But prosecutors aren’t relying on that, saying the blood stain evidence and analysis indicates Camm was the gunman at the crime scene on Sept. 28, 2000.