NEW ALBANY, Ind. (AP) — The parents of a woman killed with her two young children at their southern Indiana home are bracing for a third time to know whether jurors will convict her husband in their deaths.
Closing arguments are expected Tuesday in the trial of former Indiana state trooper David Camm in the shooting deaths from 13 years ago. His two previous convictions were overturned on appeal and he's maintained his innocence in the deaths of Kimberly Camm, 7-year-old Bradley and 5-year-old Jill at their home in Georgetown.
Janice Renn tells the News and Tribune the new trial tears the scab off again over her daughter's death. Frank Renn says he's expecting a guilty verdict, but the matter is in God's hands.
Donald Camm says he still believes in his son's innocence.
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