Searching for Justice: The Trials of David Camm

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Tate Publishing & Enterprises, LLC, 2013 - True Crime - 36 pages
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Murder in a small town and only one suspect; sounds like an open and shut case, right?
At least, that's what William Abbott believes. Abbott, a retired probation officer, takes an in-depth look into a murder investigation that rocked the small town of Georgetown, Indiana.
A wife and her two children were killed in cold blood in their own driveway. The only suspect was the husband and father, David Camm. Abbott witnessed firsthand the alleged conspiracies and politicking that lead to Camm's conviction not once but twice.
In his book, Searching for Justice: The Trials of David Camm, Abbott explores the mysterious case of David Camm as well as his theories of what happened that night and the trials that followed.

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