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LEBANON, Ind. (WDRB) -- Tuesday in the David Camm murder trial, an expert witness gave the jury a clearer picture of where Kim, Jill, and Brad Camm were when they were shot and killed.
Kim Camm's mother kept her eyes to the ground for much of that testimony.
Eugenio Liscio is a 3D Forensic Reconstructionist who has spent the last year analyzing the deaths of Kim, Jill and Brad Camm. He uses a laser scanner to visualize and analyze a crime scene.
On Tuesday, he showed the jury how he used a 3D scanner at the home of David Camm and inside the family Bronco. His results show Kim Camm was shot while standing in the open doorway of the bronco, roughly two feet from the suspect's gun.
The reconstruction images show the shooter's gun was also roughly a couple feet from Jill Camm and the suspect appears to have been reaching in the Bronco to shoot her.
Liscio says it appears Brad Camm was moving over the back seat when he was shot. During this testimony, Kim Camm's family kept their eyes to the ground. The prosecution questioned Liscio's experience. This was the first time he had testified in the U.S. and in a criminal case. He maintains he is qualified.
Also called to the stand was Michael West, an inmate who was once in prison with Camm. He claims
another inmate, Jeremy Bullock, said he disliked Camm and was going to make up information to use against him in a previous trial. But the prosecution questioned West's intentions. West had been found guilty of murder in another case and has appealed. The defense maintains that he wasn't offered anything to testify on Camm's behalf on Tuesday.
A Sonitrol employee also testified, stating that records show on the night of the murder a that a code was used at 6:59 p.m. at the Georgetown Community Center and then reset at 9:22 that night. The defense claims Camm was there playing basketball with friends when his wife and kids were killed.