Camm working with nonprofit advocating for inmates

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A southern Indiana man acquitted of killing his wife and two children after 13 years in prison will work with a national nonprofit that provides criminal-defense investigations for inmates it believes have been wrongfully accused.

The (Louisville) Courier-Journal reported Sunday that David Camm will work as a case coordinator for the group called Investigating Innocence.

Camm's first case will be working with Texas death row inmate Darlie Routier, a suburban Dallas woman convicted of fatally stabbing a 5-year-old son in 1997. Routier has denied the crime.

A jury acquitted the 49-year-old Camm on Oct. 24 in his third murder trial in connection with the September 2000 shooting deaths of his wife and two children at their Georgetown, Ind., home. Two previous convictions had been overturned on appeal.

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