Camm, a former Indiana state trooper, is on trial for the third time for allegedly killing his children, Jill, 5, and Brad, 7, and his wife, Kim, in September 2001. He has been convicted twice, but both convictions were overturned on appeal, the Louisville (Ky.) Courier-Journal reported.
Defense attorney Richard Kammen has argued that Charles Boney, who is serving a 225-year prison sentence for the murders of the Camms, acted alone, but prosecutors say David Camm took part in the murders.
Tom Bevel, president of a forensic consulting business and a retired Oklahoma City police captain, testified Wednesday at the trial in Lebanon, Ind., that blood spatters found on the shirt Camm was wearing the night of the murders -- which Bevel has examined -- are consistent with the blood spatter of Jill being shot in the head.
Bevel's testimony contradicts the defense's notion that the blood got on Camm's shirt when he attempted to resuscitate his son.
Bevel testified he believes blood found on Camm's shoe could have been from when Kim fell to the ground. He said he believes Kim's body was moved after she was shot in the head.
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