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Show me 10-7. The David Camm Case Part II

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In June of last year, we brought you the David Camm case.  To recap, On September 28th 2000, shortly after 7pm,  35 year old Kim Camm pulled into her garage.  In the Ford Bronco with Kim were her 5 year old daughter Jill and 7 year old son Bradley.  Kim and Jill were shot and the head and killed instantly, Bradley was shot in the chest and the medical examiner believes he may have lived for several minutes.  Kim's husband David returned home to find a bloody crime scene and his entire family murdered.  Three days later, David was charged with the horrific murders of his family, despite 11 witness who confirmed David's alibi, DNA on a clothing item left behind that did not match David and an odd placement of Kim's shoes.  David was convicted in 2002 and sentenced to 195 years.  Hiis conviction was overturned in 2004 and a DNA match came in 2005 to the DNA left on the clothing.  The owner of the DNA was charged in the murders and David thought he was a free man, just to be arrestted again just hours after the DNA owner was charged.  The DNA owner was a known felon with a history of violence against women, a documented liar and had a strange obession with women's shoes.  Despite the clear and obvious lies of the real prepatrator, David awaits his third trail after his previous two convictions were over turned.  Since our last show, jury selection has begun for David Camm's third trial.  What will the owner of the DNA have to say this time.  What will prosecutors have to say to attempt to keep David Camm in prison.  Join us this Wednesday as we speak with Sam Lockhart, one of the witnesses who cleared David Camm originally and our guest from our first show regarding the case.  

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