Photos show evidence from David Camm trial
Eyewitness News got a look Friday at the evidence from the murder trial for David Camm.
The one-time Indiana State police trooper was found not guilty Thursday in the murders of his wife and two children 13 years ago in southern Indiana.
During the 11-week trial, which was moved to Boone County because of all the publicity, testimony was heard from 88 witnesses, either testifying in court or by deposition, read to the jury. About 500 pieces of evidence were entered by the prosecution and defense. The jurors submitted over 400 questions to witnesses during the trial.
Some of the evidence shown Friday included David Camm's T-shirt. There are holes where blood evidence was removed.
Pictures of the crime scene shown to the jury included a gun like the one used in the murders; Camm's tennis shoe; and pictures of the shoe before blood evidence was removed.
We also got a look at evidence not shown to this jury, but used in previous trials.