LEBANON, Ind. (WISH) - A jury found David Camm not guilty on all counts for the murders of his wife and two children on Thursday morning.
The three were killed 13 years ago.
On Wednesday, jurors asked to see 20 pieces of evidence in this case. Those include the police interview with Camm and the T-shirt that he wore the night his wife and two kids were shot to death. That could add more time to the deliberation portion of this trial.
This is the third trial for the former Indiana State Trooper. Camm was convicted in the first two trials but both convictions were overturned on appeal.
The prosecution is arguing that Camm pulled the trigger killing his wife, Kim, and their children, Brad and Jill in the garage of their Georgetown, Ind. home
The defense is trying to paint the picture to the jury that there was another man -- Charles Boney -- who acted alone. Boney has already been convicted of murder in this case.
Prosecutors pulled up pictures of the victims and asked the question of where would they, especially the children, be right now.
"Really Imagine that they're still here, been 20 and 18... still? I think about that all the time." the father of Kim Camm, Frank Renn said Wednesday.
The jury at the first trial took 30 hours to reach a guilty verdict. The jury at the second trial deliberated for 45 hours.
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