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October 24, 2013

Former Indiana trooper cleared in family's deaths

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Boney, whose sweatshirt and DNA were found at the scene of the slayings, testified that he visited Camm's home on the day of the shootings and sold him the gun that was used.
 
He testified he was outside when the shootings occurred and that Camm also tried to shoot him but the gun misfired.
 
Prosecutors contended the two conspired to kill Kimberly Camm and her children.
 
The three trials have cost Floyd County, where the slayings occurred, more than $4 million and have forced officials to eliminate raises for most county employees and repair bridges and roads only in emergencies.

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