David Camm reaches $450,000 settlement in civil suit
David Camm, the man who spent years in prison for the murder of his family before ultimately being acquitted of the charges, has reached a settlement against Floyd County and various individuals.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The last court case involving David Camm is coming closer to an end.
It is a federal lawsuit.
Floyd County attorney Rick Fox confirmed today that Camm has reached a settlement with the county for $450,000 as part of the civil suit that alleged misconduct among several officials and witnesses.
Insurance companies will pay Camm on behalf of Floyd County employees he had sued.
The settlement does not include prosecutors Stan Faith and Keith Henderson, nor state troopers and expert witnesses in the case. They remain in the federal lawsuit.
Camm was twice convicted of the Sept. 28, 2000 murders of his wife, Kim, and children, Brad and Jill. Both of those convictions were reversed by higher courts. He was released in 2013 after a third jury acquitted him of all charges.
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