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PI’s Declassified!

PI’s Declassified!

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January 08th 2015:The Gift of Exoneration Series: David Camm

David Camm, a retired Indiana State Trooper, arrived home after playing basketball at a local church one evening and found his wife on the garage floor shot in the head. Her pants and shoes were removed, and her shoes were on top of the family’s Ford Bronco. Their two children, ages five and seven, were found in the backseat of the car, fatally shot as well. David was arrested two days later. In an unfortunate case of police tunnel vision, followed by prosecutorial misconduct, a palm print inside the car was ignored and a prison sweatshirt found next to his wife was dismissed. A name was print

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David Camm

David Camm resigned from the Indiana State Police in early 2000 after spending ten years as a well-respected road trooper. He served on the Emergency Rescue Team (ERT) and received his department’s Medal of Honor for risking his life to save a drowning man. David joined his uncle’s business and became a successful salesman and supervisor. David and his wife, Kim, were married over eleven years, lived in Georgetown, Indiana, and had two children, Bradley, age 7 and Jill, age 5. Kim was a highly-regarded financial analyst for a major insurance carrier. The family attended Georgetown Community Church, and the children attended a Christian school in nearby New Albany. On September 28, 2000, Da
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Bill Clutter

Licensed private investigator Bill Clutter began his career in 1985 when he was hired to serve the Voting Rights Act suit against 5 elected commissioners for denying minorities representation in city government. Bill has become known for his work on wrongful conviction cases. Illinois’ Rolando Cruz, Alejandro Hernandez, and Randy Steidl were all sentenced to die and due to Bill’s work and that of others, were all exonerated. True crime book Victims of Justice, by Thomas Frisbie and Randy Garrett, tells the story of Cruz and Hernandez where police and prosecutors were arrested for their egregious misconduct. Randy Steidl has become a spokesperson for Witness to Innocence. Bill is the f
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1748/pis-declassified 26/11/2017 06:00 26/11/2017 07:00 PI’s Declassified! https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1748/pis-declassified David Camm, a retired Indiana State Trooper, arrived home after playing basketball at a local church one evening and found his wife on the garage floor shot in the head. Her pants and shoes were removed, and her shoes were on top of the family’s Ford Bronco. Their two children, ages five and seven, were found in the backseat of the car, fatally shot as well. David was arrested two days later. In an unfortunate case of police tunnel vision, followed by prosecutorial misconduct, a palm print inside the car was ignored and a prison sweatshirt found next to his wife was dismissed. A name was printed on the back of the sweatshirt. On October 24, 2013, three trials and thirteen years later, David Camm was acquitted and walked a free man. Tune in to hear David and his private investigator, Bill Clutter, tell the sordid details of David’s journey and his ultimate exoneration. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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