(TERRE HAUTE) - Two men, who spent decades in prison before being exonerated and set free, spoke Wednesday at Indiana State University.
For the first time since being found not guilty of killing his family, former Indiana State Trooper David Camm publicly discussed his trials, time in prison and acquittal. He was joined by Randy Steidl, who has been to the university multiple times after a judge overturned his conviction in the stabbing death of a newlywed couple in Paris, Illinois.
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