LEBANON, Ind. -- Robert Neal, also known as Mickey, finished his testimony in David Camm's third trial. He felt that even after David Camm's interrogation on Oct. 1 he did not feel the wrong person had been arrested for the murders of Kim, Brad and Jill on Sept. 28.
Uliana questioned Neal about the decision to arrest David after the interrogation on Oct. 1 and the reasoning behind it. She pointed out that David answered all the questions detectives asked him during the interrogation and how he had stayed consistent throughout multiple interviews. But the main reason Camm was arrested was due in part to the blood expert, Robert Stites, saying an area on Camm's grey T-shirt put him at the scene of the crime when Jill was shot. Neal said he had never been told that Stites' expertise or knowledge had never been questioned in 2000. But that he did later learn Stites was not a qualified expert.
Under Levco's questioning, Neal said there were things he noticed about David that didn't feel right to him during his in interviews. Those of which include: David's lack of emotion during one interview, he didn't touch his wife, didn't check Jill for a pulse and stopped giving his son CPR.
In Camm's second interview with Neal he remembered David said he entered "police mode" after he had come home on Sept. 28 and saw the scene. Neal said as an officer you always check everyone's vitals. Neal also thought, if this had happened to him, he would not have stopped giving his son CPR.
A sergeant for the ISP, who worked on the Camm case and has specialty training in blood stain pattern analysis, started his testimony on Thursday and will continue on Friday, Sept. 6.
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