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October 31, 2013

S. Ind. man cleared of killing family posts letter

New Albany —

A southern Indiana man acquitted of killing his wife and two children after spending 13 years in prison has written a letter to his supporters saying he feels blessed by God and is moving forward in his life.
 
David Camm says in the emotional letter posted on Facebook late Wednesday that he doesn't "want to be consumed by the past" and that "They, the State, are not going to take more from me than they ... already have gotten."
 
A jury found the 49-year-old Floyd County man not guilty last week in his third murder trial in connection with the 2000 shooting deaths of his wife Kim and their children, 7-year-old Brad and 5-year-old Jill.
 
Camm wrote that he's not ready yet to discuss the loss of his family.

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