Defense expert: 2nd man left DNA on Camm's wife

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

LEBANON, Ind. A defense expert says DNA testing shows a strong probability that a man convicted of killing a former Indiana state trooper's wife and two children probably touched the wife's sweater and panties.

The Courier-Journal reports Colorado-based expert Richard Eikelenboom testified Tuesday during the third murder trial of David Camm that convicted killer Charles Boney touched the two articles of Kim Camm's clothing.

Boney is serving a 225-year sentence for murder and conspiracy in the 2000 shooting deaths of Kim Camm and the couple's two children at the family home near Georgetown, about 15 miles west of Louisville, Ky. Prosecutors contend Boney was Camm's accomplice but that he did not commit the slayings.

Camm's two prior murder convictions in the case were overturned on appeal.


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