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State of Indiana wins dismissal of $30 million lawsuit brought by David Camm


Camm was seeking $30 million in damages for his alleged claims, in addition to fees and costs.

“Police investigators and prosecutors properly charged this individual with murder,” Attorney General Hill said. “I hope the dismissal of this lawsuit helps assure our brave officers that both state and federal laws protect them whenever they are discharging their duties in good faith.”

David Camm’s wife and two children were discovered slain on Sept. 28, 2000, in the garage of their home in Georgetown, Indiana.

Attached is the U.S. District Court’s entry granting the State’s motions for summary judgment and dismissing the case with prejudice. The state will be seeking to recoup its costs for taxpayers.