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Boney juror 'furious' over Camm verdict

Litch was 21 when she was selected as the youngest juror in the Floyd County Boney murder trial and the final person to make up her mind. Litch was 21 when she was selected as the youngest juror in the Floyd County Boney murder trial and the final person to make up her mind.
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NEW ALBANY, IN (WAVE) - A juror who served during Charles Boney's 2006 trial is still trying to process the not guilty verdict in David Camm's third murder trial.

Images of Camm's children and wife dead still haunts Kristy Litch.

"Seeing those children and their mom at the crime scene and in the morgue - it was horrible. With me being so young, I had a hard time with all that. I've had nightmares about it," Litch said.

Litch was 21 when she was selected as the youngest juror in the Floyd County Boney murder trial and the final person to make up her mind.

"I was the last one to come up with the guilty verdict," Litch said.

After deliberating more than 14 hours over two days, Litch and her peers found Charles Boney guilty of three counts of murder and one count of conspiracy in the deaths of David Camm's wife, Kim, and their two children, Bradley and Jill.

Litch says she was shocked when she found out a jury cleared Camm Thursday. "I was furious and just upset. I couldn't believe it.

Litch says she's especially livid how Boney's conviction may have influenced Camm's outcome.

"The defense team is saying, 'Well a jury already found Boney guilty of this murder, so David Camm is obviously not.' Well, you weren't there. You don't know. Yeah we found him guilty, but we sure as heck think David Camm is guilty too," Litch said.

Unlike in two previous trials, the jury got to see Boney on the stand during Camm's Boone County trial. Camm did not testify during Boney's trial, but Litch claimed the evidence convinced her both men were involved.

"I whole heartedly believe David Camm did it right along with Boney," Litch said.

Boney is serving a 225-year sentence.

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