LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- The slaughter of three people you love would be difficult to live through. Imagine living it over and over and over--again.
That's what the third murder trial is like for Frank and Janice Renn, the parents and grandparents of the victims.
Frank and Janice Renn are remembering their grandchildren, Bradley and Jill, who would have been 20 and 18 but instead they were murdered at the ages of seven and five. A nightmare the Renns try not to relive.
“It's not that we don't want to talk to people...it's just that it gets to us...after a while..its' hard for us,” Janice Renn said.
But they will be reliving that night. Their daughter Kim and grandchildren murdered in their Floyd County home.
They will be coming face to face with the man who they are convinced gunned down their family in that Georgetown, Ind. garage.
“I have a lot of faith in the evidence that says David did this...I don't see how they can get by all that,” Frank Renn said.
As for motive--the Renns say they really aren't sure. His first two trials were overturned because of testimony about Camm having multiple affairs or molesting daughter Jill. They feel sure the third jury will never hear much about motive.
“There's other things you can't bring up because it's hearsay,” Janice said.
The Renn's hold on to what they do know for sure, the friends and even strangers who lend support...
“Friends, and even strangers, will come up and say we're praying for you so that's the best thing right there,” Janice Renn said.
And not wasting emotions on the men they believe committed the crimes Camm and Charles Boney--who's already serving time.
“I think this is God protecting me but I have no feelings toward him or Mr. Boney...it would only hurt me," Janice Renn said.
The Renn's are aware that David Camm's third murder trial has cost their county $1.6 million so far. It's not only to prosecute Camm but also to pay for his entire defense team.
“I feel bad that it's costing that much and I think a lot of it could have been controlled,” Janice Renn said. “The only thing I can say…what if it was your child...your grandchildren wouldn't you want justice.”
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