The former indiana state trooper found not guilty of killing his wife and children 13 years ago, in his third trial for murder. Very unusual case. David camp had been convicted by two juries. Both... See More
The former indiana state trooper found not guilty of killing his wife and children 13 years ago, in his third trial for murder. Very unusual case. David camp had been convicted by two juries. Both convictions were overturned. Abc's linsey davis has his story. Reporter: The third time was, indeed, the charge for david cam. This morning, the man twice found guilty for killing his wife and two young children, is a free man. The former indiana state trooper spent more than a decade in prison for a prime he apparently didn't commit. That was the finding of an indiana jury, who came back thursday with a not guilty verdict on all three counts of murder. This is a man who couldn't attend his family's funeral because the prosecutor at the time was in such a rush to have a press conference, they had to arrest him. This is complete vindication after 13 horrific years. Reporter: Camm has maintained his innocence from his first interrogation 13 years ago. His wife, 7-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter were found in the garage of their home, shot to death in their cars. Reporter: In 2005, dna tied convicted murderer charles bonet to the murders. He was charged with 25 years for the death. But prosecutors argued that bonet and camm were connected. Twice, camm was convicted. Both convictions over turned on appeal. This time, after 88 witnesses and 8 weeks of trial, the jury was not convinced. The prosecutor said, even if he could appeal this verdict, he wouldn't. So, this morning, david camm is waking up free and clear, for the first time in 13 years. For "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york.
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