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Last updated on Thursday, February 9, 2006
Court officials have released to the public audio tapes of Charles Boney’s interrogation after he was named a suspect in the Camm Family murders.
Boney was questioned for 13 hours by investigators last March, when he admitted that he sold Camm a gun and was there when Camm's wife and children were murdered. Boney contends he did not know what Camm was going to do with the gun. Near the end of the interrogation, Boney describes in detail how he heard three gunshots inside the Camm family garage. Then, Boney says David Camm tried to shoot him, but the gun jammed. Boney was convicted last month of murder and conspiracy. He'll be sentenced later this month. He faces up to 275 years in prison.
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