Friday, October 11, 2013

David Camm: Indiana. Another riveting post by WDRB Web producer Travis K. Kircher. In this post he looks at an "Investigation under fire," in connection with testimony on Thursday October 10, 2013. (Defence expected to rest its case today. (Friday October 11, 2013); HL);

POST:  "David Camm Blog: Investigation under fire," by Travis Kircher, published on October 10, 2013. (Travis K. Kircher is a Web Producer for WDRB News).

GIST: " (Prosecutor) Levco then addressed something else: the motives Fay  (Witness: Damon Fay
Consultant and Law Enforcement Instructor; Expert in Police Interrogations and Advanced Homicide Investigation
) perceived behind the investigators' questions of Boney. Specifically, Levco wanted to know whether Fay really believed in a conspiracy among investigators to implicate Camm. "Do you believe investigators deliberately tried to get Charles Boney to make false statements against David Camm?" Levco asked. "Yes," Fay replied. Levco was incredulous. In fact, he asked the question three times, each time slowly. Fay gave the same answer all three times. Court was adjourned for the day. Levco's cross examination of Fay is expected to resume tomorrow. (Friday October 11, 2013);"

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