ROCKPORT, Ind. -- Both sides in the third murder trial of a former Indiana state trooper will test DNA on the shirt he wore on the day his wife and two young children were killed.
The DNA is linked to a dispute over how blood got on David Camm's T-shirt. Prosecutors say it spattered onto the shirt when he shot the victims. Camm's lawyers say the shirt was bloodied when he tried to give his son CPR.
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Special Prosecutor Stanley Levco is having the DNA on a specific area tested by a Chicago laboratory. The Courier-Journal of Louisville, Ky., reports a judge Wednesday gave Camm's defense the go-ahead to do its own testing on the same part of the shirt.
Camm's third trial is set to begin Aug. 5 near Indianapolis.