LEBANON, Ind. (AP) -- A retired Indiana State Police evidence technician testifying in the third murder trial of a former trooper accused of killing his family says his superiors told him to keep quiet when he expressed reservations about the competence of a blood spatter expert.
Sergeant James Niemeyer testified yesterday that the expert didn't bring along a kit with which to test blood at the home of David Camm, collected evidence that tests showed wasn't blood.
WHAS11's Maggie Ruper and web producer Mary Lyons are in Lebanon and will have updates on the trial throughout the day.
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