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David Camm

January 30, 2014

‘Dateline’ to feature Camm story

David Camm will discuss his 13-year quest to clear his name and the three murder trials on NBC’s “Dateline” at 9 tonight, Jan. 31, on WAVE-3. Dateline tells the entire story in a report that runs for two hours.

After serving 13 years in state prison, David Camm was found not guilty during his third murder trial Oct. 24, 2013, for the killing of his wife Jill and their children, Brad and Jill, at their Georgetown home in 2001. Camm’s previous two convictions in 2004 and 2009 were overturned and led to the third trial last year which consisted of eight weeks of testimony in Boone County.

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