When former state trooper and serial philanderer David Camm’s family was shot to death in their garage, he was the most likely suspect. Evidence at the scene and opinions of family and friends prompted detectives to perform lengthy interrogations. Prosecutors were convinced of his guilt based on forensic evidence, including bloodstain pattern analysis.
Camm was convicted in his first trial, but the conviction was overturned on the basis of prejudicial testimony about his infidelity. Then, a reevaluation of crime scene evidence identified the modus operandi and DNA evidence of a career criminal. Did one of these men act alone or did David Camm hire this man to kill his family?
Join us at the quiet end for Most Likely Suspect. We’re starting at the beginning with the early relationship of David and Kim Camm, learning about their marriage and family, and examining testimony and evidence from Camm’s three separate murder trials.