Well, there's our David Camm update. He has a funny voice... kind of like a Muppet.
Of all the things that don't make sense about the prosecution's theories--and there are many--one thing that I don't think anyone's brought up is the phone call on the Camm landline to a client that was their whole reason for "proving" Camm was at home when the murders occured. So their theory is that Camm snuck out of the game, went home, got the second gun from Charles Boney, murdered his whole family, chased Boney around the garage... then went in the house and decided to conduct a little business? Then waited for Boney to leave, cleaned and arranged the crime scene, disposed of the murder weapon--which was never found, remember--then slipped back into the game before anyone missed him. All within 20 minutes, max; keeping in mind that half of that time would have been spent driving home and back.
Camm says they jumbled the timeline due to parts of Indiana being on Daylight Savings Time and parts being off, and that he actually made the call before he went to the gym. I know which explanation sounds more likely to me. The only crime the prosecution proved him to be guilty of is being a cheating SOB, and I would argue that he's been more than adequately punished for that.
Edited by louveciennes, Feb 1, 2014 @ 12:16 PM.