The Herald Bulletin

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Cops, courts and fires

October 15, 2013

DNA analyst dispute’s testimony of Camm witness

Court reporter can’t recall certain details of evidence examination

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LEBANON, Ind. —

But the AT&T manager said the record is misleading because what looks like outgoing calls on the billing statement are actually incoming calls. The prosecution is contending that the call in question was made to Kim Camm’s phone from a friend who left a voice mail message, unaware that Kim Camm was already dead. 
The rebuttal testimony is expected to wrap up this week, with closing statements tentatively scheduled to begin Monday. The trial began in mid-August. It was moved to Boone County to avoid having a jury that had been exposed to the massive publicity that surrounded the first two trials. 
— Maureen Hayden covers the Statehouse for the CNHI newspapers in Indiana. She can be reached at maureen.hayden@indianamediagroup.com

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