Boney's ex-girlfriend testifies in Camm trial
Testimony continued Tuesday in Lebanon in the murder trial of David Camm.
The jury heard from Mala Mattingly, Charles Boney's girlfriend at the time of the murders in September 2000.
The defense pointed out that her story has changed several times in various depositions and trials over the years. On Tuesday, she testified that Boney showed her a gun when he came home the night of the murders.
Camm's defense also noted that while Mattingly's DNA was later found on Boney's sweatshirt that was left at the crime scene, her inconsistencies and her lack of an alibi, detectives have never accused her of playing a role in the murders of Camm's family.