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Wrongfully Convicted Men Speak At ISU

David Camm and Randy Steidl spoke at Indiana State University Wednesday afternoon. They were both wrongfully convicted of crimes, until Steidl's conviction was overturned and Camm was acquitted on a third trial.
Two wrongfully convicted men are sharing their stories.

David Camm and Randy Steidl spoke at Indiana State University Wednesday afternoon.

Camm, a former Indiana state trooper, was wrongfully convicted for the shooting deaths of his family. Steidl spent years on death row after being wrongfully convicted for the deaths of a Paris, Illinois couple.

Steidl's conviction was later overturned and Camm was acquitted after a third trial.

Even though Camm was a state trooper, he says he was naive about the justice system.

"As many who are insiders, you believe things work as people believe, but that's simply not the case. There's a lot of injustice in our justice system. You deal a lot with arrogance and ego, and political ambition and personal gain," says Camm.

This was actually Camm's first public speaking appearance since his release in 2013.
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