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Prosecutor Pushes for Ex-Indiana Trooper’s Conviction

LEBANON, Ind. (AP) _ A prosecutor has told jurors that they must “connect the dots'' from evidence they've heard to convict a former Indiana state trooper on charges that he killed wife and two young children 13 years ago.
Prosecutor Todd Meyer spent nearly two hours Tuesday morning outlining the case against David Camm. His defense attorneys will follow, with jury deliberations then starting in Camm's third trial on murder charges.
Meyer maintained that the crime scene was staged inside the garage at the family's home in Georgetown in southern Indiana. Meyer also argued that Camm's alibi that he was playing pickup basketball in a church gymnasium doesn't hold up because the other players couldn't say Camm never left.
Camm is on trial again because two previous convictions were overturned on appeal. 

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