Lebanon Reporter

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August 13, 2013

Camm trial draws 'Kentuckiana' media

Satellite trucks sprouted like brightly colored metal mushrooms around Lebanon’s Square Monday, as jury selection began in David Camm’s third trial on charges he killed his wife and two children at their Georgetown, Ind., home in 2000. Camm has been twice convicted of murder, once in Floyd County, and again in a trial moved to Warrick County. An appeals court and the Indiana Supreme Court separately ruled that both convictions were flawed, and ordered retrials. The third trial was moved to Boone County after extensive news coverage in southern Indiana of Camm’s first two trials. Court recessed about 5:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 12. Floyd County Sheriff’s Department SUVs and squad cars were scattered about the courthouse square Monday, as were vehicles with “Jury Duty” parking stickers on their windshields. For more of the story see Tuesday's Reporter.

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