LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – It’s day two of testimony from Charles Boney in the David Camm trial and Boney, who’s currently serving time for killing Camm’s wife and two children says he had little involvement.
Boney says he showed up to deliver an untraceable gun when Camm carried out the murders. He says he thinks about the family every day.
WHAS11’s Claudia Coffey and Rachel Platt talks to Kent Wicker, former federal prosecutor now criminal defense attorney about Boney and what they believe could be pivotal to the trial.
Click the video to hear Wicker’s thoughts on how Boney’s testimony could impact the trial.