LEBANON, Ind. -- It's the first day of David Camm's trial and already a motion for a mistrial has been asked for and denied by the judge.
The motion for a mistrial was called for by Stan Levco after Richard Kammen, during his opening statements, had mentioned Boney's foot fetish. As soon as it was out of Kammen's mouth Levco objected. Both parties approached the judge's bench. After a little discussion the judge told the jury that the last statement should be disregarded.
Kammen finished his opening statements about 30 minutes later. Lunch was then called for the court and the jury was excused. Levco said he was "outraged" that the fetish was mentioned. Kammen told the judge he was careful not to mention Boney's prior crimes.
But the judge ultimately said Kammen should never have mentioned it.
WHAS11's Maggie Rupper tried to get comments from Kammen and Levco after lunch break was called and before court returned for the afternoon, but neither wanted to talk.
Video of the crime scene was played today and submitted as evidence. About three minutes into the tape, when you looked around the courtroom, some people were visibly upset. One female juror was wiping her eyes. You could hear the members of the Camm family getting upset. Camm did get upset when Bradley was shown in the video.
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Click on the video player below to see David Camm arrive for the first day of his third murder trial.