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LEBANON, Ind. (WDRB) -- It was another morning of graphic testimony in the David Camm murder trial, as jurors saw bloody photos of the scene where Camm's family had been gunned down.
The jury saw photos of Camm's wife Kim lying in a pool of blood beside the family's Ford Bronco, with 7-year-old Brad Camm lying nearby, and 5-year-old daughter Jill lying dead on the back seat.
Kim Camm's father Frank Renn was in the courtroom, but says he could not watch: "I don't watch the pictures...I just want to remember those people as I knew them -- alive....I mean, I can imagine what they're showing them for, I just don't want to see them."
The jury also heard David Camm's voice in a phone call he made two days after the murders. Camm asked crime scene technician Sam Sarkisian how the case was going, trying to get information about evidence and witnesses.
At one point, Camm is heard saying that whoever killed his family may have been waiting for him. At one point, Sarkisian tells Camm they will solve the case, and Camm says, "I'm going to hold you to that."
Near the end of the conversation, Camm says, "Everybody knows I didn't do it. I don't want anybody thinking that."
Renn says, "That's a show, the way I look at it. I don't know David that well, evidently, but I think he puts on a pretty good show."
During cross-examination, Sarkisian admitted it's not unusual for crime victims to call, wanting information. But he says Camm's call made him uncomfortable, because he knew Camm would soon be arrested.