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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- With David Camm's acquittal 13 years after a triple murder, what happens to hundreds of pieces of evidence? How will they be preserved?
It is the most disputed piece of evidence in the case -- David Camm's blood stained t-shirt, just one of hundreds of pieces of evidence on display for journalists after David Camm's third trial for the shooting deaths of his wife Kim and children Brad and Jill.
The t-shirt looks more like Swiss cheese after 13 years. It's riddled with holes from where blood stains were cut out and tested, and retested. Prosecutors claimed they proved Camm was the triggerman. The defense says the stains were transfers from when Camm tended to his children.
After 10 plus hours of deliberations the jury made its decision -- acquitting David Camm on Thursday of all charges.
Hundreds of pieces of evidence were used in the trial -- pictures of the Camm home, including the master bedroom, bullet fragments found in the garage and the Bronco. Some images of the crime scene are too graphic to show.
Other items like a .380 handgun were simply mockups used to show the type of weapon used to kill Kim, Brad, and Jill.
And one sweatshirt was another prop to show its similarities to the one found at the crime scene that eventually was traced to Charles Boney, the man convicted of the murders.