Judge bars phone call content from murder trial

By: Associated Press. Email
By: Associated Press. Email

LEBANON, Ind. An Indiana judge has barred a woman from telling jurors what her best friend said during a phone call three weeks before she and her two children were killed.

Marcy McLeod testified at David Camm's third murder trial she was so concerned about Kim Camm's tone that she called other people.

Defense attorneys wanted McLeod's testimony barred, saying it could trigger speculation like that which led state courts to overturn David Camm's two previous murder convictions.

Special Judge Jon Dartt ruled Friday that McLeod couldn't testify about the phone call's content.

Thirty-five-year-old Kim Camm, 7-year-old Bradley and 5-year-old Jill were killed in their garage four months after David Camm left the state police.

Camm's third trial was moved to a city north of Indianapolis to get an impartial jury.


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