David Camm, a former Indiana state trooper, was twice convicted of murdering his wife Kim, 35, and their two children — 7-year-old Brad and 5-year-old Jill. They were shot dead in their garage while David Camm said he was playing basketball with friends. Camm had both those convictions overturned on appeal. In 2013, after serving 13 years in prison, a jury found him not guilty of the murders. A man named Charles Boney was convicted of the murders and is serving a 225-year sentence. Boney says he was in the garage, waiting for Camm, to sell Camm a handgun, but then Kim and the kids pulled into the garage.
Camm is suing Floyd County and the state of Indiana for $30 million. Camm told WDRB: “Well, they took 13 years of my life, not only did they not even allow me to attend the funerals of my wife and my children, but discredit me as a human being and a person and take away my identity. The state of Indiana and all of its representatives have stolen 13 years of my life and that’s not right and somebody needs to pay for that!” Camm’s story will be told on Dateline NBC on July 11 at 10pm.