David Camm murder book deal

David Camm murder book deal

There are 131 comments on the WDRB-TV Louisville story from Dec 3, 2009, titled David Camm murder book deal. In it, WDRB-TV Louisville reports that:

The Floyd County Indiana Prosecutor says he doesn't have a book deal for a book about former state trooper David Camm.

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EdSed

Hamilton, UK

#127 Jun 16, 2012
Bond: My understanding it that Judge Dartt will rule on that in July?
http://www.wdrb.com/story/18656640/judge-keit...
"..Dartt also has set a tentative trial date of August 5th, 2013 in the case. He'll consider the bond motion at a hearing in July." Unquote.
EdSed

Hamilton, UK

#129 Jun 17, 2012
Kathy wrote:
It never showed that in the WLKY article I read. That would be nice if he could be free for the next year. I do not see with what evidence the Prosecutor is allowed to try him with, how there could be a guilty verdict.
I am hearing that another "jailhouse snitch" has come forward, saying David confessed to him. Anything to get out of jail I guess. There is no way in a cold hell, David confessed to anyone of committing a crime, he did not commit.
I agree, Kathy. This case stinks clear across the Atlantic! At least the USA has a very transparent system and many good, concerned people.

I feel inclined to blame certain forensic "experts" primarily for this mess, especially Mr Rod Englert and Prof Stites. I hope lessons are learned and their reputations are considerably lower. The police and prosecutors relied on their advice far too much and were absurdly over-impressed by their reputations. Perhaps some of Englert's 'successes' should probably now be re-examined.
EdSed

Hamilton, UK

#132 Jun 17, 2012
Jessica wrote:
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You know Ed, although the testimony of the"experts" are opinions at best, I do not blame them. I honestly believe that Faith (first prosecutor)knew exactly what he was doing when he called those fools in. People may tell me, but I will never believe that he did not know the second he walked into the crime scene that it was the work of Charles Boney. I mean he had been family friends with Charles mother for years. He went to Charles Boney's wedding, he was listed as an employment reference on Barbara Boney's employment ap at Caesar's Casino. He took Charles to Court 80 miles away just prior to his arrest for the murders on an unrelated charge. He gave Charle's a ride home from Prison on his last release. And someone expects me to believe he never knew Charle's had a foot fetish, and he was incapable of the critical thinking skills to put 2 and 2 together.
The U.S. does not have a transparent system, and Prosecutor's are above the law!
Interesting theory. I’m too far from events to know. Mr Faith’s alleged protection of Boney is not satisfactorily explained (except by assumptions and guesswork), and Faith protecting Boney wouldn’t really explain the police, judges and juries conclusions. Those decisions don’t seem adequately explained by the power of US prosecutors either, even if one accepts those powers are excessive.

That “.. prosecutors are above the law” seems to overstate their power and if the US system weren’t transparent then how have so many people made so many clear observations on the case?

‘Mr Faith is somehow guilty of protecting Boney’ is a familiar theory and you aren’t alone in giving it credence, but here is a different comment...
From a comment on:
http://www.beloblog.com/WHAS_Blogs/CammBoney_ ...
“Layne said: I have and still do spend time with the Renn's. That is how close the family was. But there isn't the same derogatory comments going on about them as the "Camm" name. All I pray for is the truth. I attended the first trial and tried to convict Davie myself, but I could not put him there nor am I convinced that those 8 dots are velocity splatter. After I learned that Rod Englert lied about one particular larger dot. He lied to me and the jury and said it was brain tissue of Jill's. It was never tested!!”

If Mr Englert didn’t lie (as Layne alleges), perhaps he exaggerated (to the point of being misleading) the grounds for confidence in the forensic evidence that allegedly proved Mr Camm was present at the crime? It now appears that the blood evidence proves nothing of the kind and that would seem to explain much of what subsequently went wrong.

Mr Camm’s wrongful conviction is terrible and so has been the suffering of the Renn and Camm families. We don’t want any more unnecessary victims of this judicial corrigendum. You may be correct, but perhaps one shouldn’t condemn Mr Faith (or anyone else) without clear proof of wrong-doing by a reliable professional review, or a process of law.

(I really mustn’t get drawn into this fascinating case again. It’s taken so much of my time :-)

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#133 Jun 27, 2012
i wonder why wrote:
<quoted text>To begin with, Boney' did not even touch Kim or those two kids. David put Kim's shoes on the Bronco, and Boney's said he did-wHY, I don't know. He seemed to be protecting Camm at times. If you didn't have such a big crush on camm you could see a few things but you never will see anything but your lies, your arrogance, and david fishing. haha
That is funny, Boney defending David. Next you will tell me Stan Faith only eats to keep others from getting fat, and Henderson was going to use his book proceeds to start a battered woman program.
Boney with his foot fetish only touched the shoes to protect David, after 5 years in prison, you are genius. Boney ought to get his conviction overturned with that revelation.
Does it really trouble you that much, that even David Camm wanted nothing to do with you or your insanity even from his prison cell that you have to resort to accusing me of what you failed at.
I promise that I will have David at my house fishing,if he ever gets a fair trial. Hell, even my husband welcomes him out here, writes him letters and accepts his phone calls.
Tell Darnell the next time you go up and see him we all said Hey!!
i knew him

Elizabethtown, KY

#134 Jul 12, 2012
i think he done it, on occasion he acted like a lunatic instead of cop 2 guilty verdicts should have been enough

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#135 Oct 13, 2012
interesting turn in events! It seems that Mr. Henderson has allegedly misled the County Commissioners and the State of Indiana has been paying the legal fees for ethics violations that resulted from Henderson having a book deal in the works while David's second trial was in progress. Over @7k has been paid out so far. The truth may come out yet!
Cwilk

Westerville, OH

#136 Oct 8, 2015
IU fan wrote:
<quoted text>I heard that through the cops the other day. I got locked up and heard them talking about him and Sgt. Wilkerson who is NO longer with the Indiana State Police--it seems like they both framed Boney'. Be interesting to see what all Boney's tells this new prosecutor. I wonder how long Camm had been into drugs when Myron himself became involved? Interesting!


STFU DUMMY! U must be a DOPEHEAD. SGT. Myron WILKERSON was STILL with the INDIANA STATE POLICE!!!
marie

Taylorsville, KY

#138 Jan 18, 2016
David Camm is innocent. Since he is taken, is his brother Donnie single?
Tragic

Louisville, KY

#139 Jan 19, 2016
Just awful
alicia1967

Sellersburg, IN

#140 Jan 10, 2018
Abbey wrote:
Has anyone ever considered that David Camm hired Boney to "help" with the murders or just sell him the guns, but that he had planned to frame Boney in the murders and take care of him (kill him) too? Like, an elaborate staging of the scene with someone to blame? sounds reasonable to me...yeah, the black dude killed my wife and kids, not sure why there is microscopic blood spray on my shirt, but what the hey?
the reason that none of his friends saw him leave the basketball game at the church was because he never left...HIS WIFE AND KIDS WERE ALREADY DEAD. Boney said, and this part of his story has remained consistant, that it was a little after 5 when he met d. Camm at his house to give him the gun., and that he asked him if he could use his restroom, camm told hom yeah, but make it quik. The wife and child came home before boney had time to leave. Camm used this opportunity to link boney to the murders. When camm came home AFTER the game, the photos of the blood running out the garage and on to the driveway, it was clearly coagulated. This can take several hours. Boney is a small time crook, who was in the wrong place at the right time. Shame, the killer is free, and boney will die in prison
alicia1967

Sellersburg, IN

#141 Jan 10, 2018
EdSed wrote:
<quoted text>I agree, Kathy. This case stinks clear across the Atlantic! At least the USA has a very transparent system and many good, concerned people.

I feel inclined to blame certain forensic "experts" primarily for this mess, especially Mr Rod Englert and Prof Stites. I hope lessons are learned and their reputations are considerably lower. The police and prosecutors relied on their advice far too much and were absurdly over-impressed by their reputations. Perhaps some of Englert's 'successes' should probably now be re-examined.
The prosecuter cant just decide to take someone to trial. A GRAND JURY FELT THERE WAD ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO WARRANT A TRIAL

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