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VIDEO: Charles Boney enters court to testify in David Camm case
The prosecution hopes to rest its case this week as David Camm's third murder trial continues Monday.
A key witness will testify Monday morning. Charles Boney is serving a 225 year sentence for the murders of Kim, Brad and Jill Camm in 2000.
He was escorted into the courtroom this morning in full shackles and with four state police guards in tow, on top of a standard security complement. He gave no comment to reporters except to say, "Good morning."
Boney was not arrested until five years after the murders when a sweatshirt found at the scene linked him to the crime.
Coverage of the Camm trial is part of a partnership between WAVE3 News and the News and Tribune
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