Authorities: 20 Year old Holly Bobo A...

Authorities: 20 Year old Holly Bobo Abducted in Decatur County

There are 239334 comments on the MidSouthNewz story from Apr 13, 2011, titled Authorities: 20 Year old Holly Bobo Abducted in Decatur County. In it, MidSouthNewz reports that:

Authorities in Decatur and Henderson County as well as the Tennessee Highway Patrol and Tennessee Bureau of Investigation are searching for 20 year old Holly Bobo.

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myname

Gallatin, TN

#171103 Apr 8, 2014
I think that Amber probably told what she knew from 2nd hand counts but they need 1st hand knowledge. That's where Autry and DA come in. I think it very well could have been Autry that talked first and then DA caved also. Then again it could have been DA 1st and then Autry decided he might as well get a deal also since it was all coming down. I think both have definitely talked tho. I wonder if ZA will refuse a plea since he thinks he is above the law and can get away with anything.

Since: Apr 11

I'm from 'Round Here

#171104 Apr 8, 2014
Watching17 wrote:
I think SA is listed under an alias, in Big Springs, TX.
Big Spring?

Since: Aug 12

United States

#171105 Apr 8, 2014
JER29 wrote:
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JA took out an ad in the local paper stating he was sorry for his crimes and his conversion was the reason for it. This conversion took place spring or summer of 2013, so why wait until 2014 to talk? JA was/is also a member of the Aryan Brotherhood, has he denoucned his involvement with this group? Is it true Shayne is also a member of the the same group?
Whose to say that Autry waited until 2014 to talk? Of course most of us only can speculate due to our not having all the facts therefor its just my speculative opinion. With that said, I don't know that it wasn't until 2014 that Autry "talked". I believe he very well could have been "talking" for months prior to the huge developments we saw take place in late Feb/March. As I mentioned in my previous post I believe that Autry's word, alone, would not be sufficient probable cause for LE to procure those search warrants relating to Zach Adams. Therefor, Autry could have been "talking" for some months prior, and that it was when Dylan Adams "talked" and corroborated specific, critical details of Autry's account that gave authorities sufficient probable cause and therefor able to actually progress forward with search warrants relating to Zach Adams.

As far as Autry's denouncing his involvement with the Aryan Nation I can only say that if he did that I would not be surprised as it would definitely coincide with his conversion, which if genuine, he would be turning away from those exact type of negative aspects that he was previously involved with. Shayne Austin? I don't know, and again, even my above opinion is just speculative at best, and not in any way stating or claiming it as fact.
Hubbard

Antioch, TN

#171106 Apr 8, 2014
Older Than Dirt wrote:
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Status hearings go on in every trail during said trial. The DA and the defense atty. continue to investigate during said trial. So yes, very common. The defendant must attend all status hearing unless sick or the judge agrees they can miss them. That is the law. I do hope this helps.
Thanks for helping me with this.

I have done a quick search and found that the purpose of a Status Hearing can vary from court to court including whether the defendant needs to be present. In the initial hearing the jusdge did specifically state that ZA's legal representation must be determined at this hearing. This may just be an opportunity to document who will be defending him.

At this point, I am not sure if his presence is needed or not.
Say What

Caledon, Canada

#171107 Apr 8, 2014
Really wrote:
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What evidence?
The only thing the public knows is Adams property was searched, he was arrested and LE claims he threatened someone possibly his brother.
Other than that at this point there is no evidence supported by credentials.
There are many stories told by Clint is that the noise you are referring to?
Mark my post this won't go to trial a deal will be made and the truth will be hidden to save quite a few folks rumps!
Indeed sir. Well said. I totally agree.
Older Than Dirt

Sulphur Springs, TX

#171108 Apr 8, 2014
Hubbard wrote:
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Thanks for helping me with this.
I have done a quick search and found that the purpose of a Status Hearing can vary from court to court including whether the defendant needs to be present. In the initial hearing the jusdge did specifically state that ZA's legal representation must be determined at this hearing. This may just be an opportunity to document who will be defending him.
At this point, I am not sure if his presence is needed or not.
You are most welcome. Glad it helped some. I remember the Judge saying that. Also some status hearings are sealed. It is up to the judge. I am afraid we are years away from a trial though.

Since: Aug 12

United States

#171109 Apr 8, 2014
And to add to my above comment about Autry and Dylan Adams being the one's thats accounts to LE provided the necessary sufficient probable cause to secure the search warrants and actually progress Holly's case forward...

IMO, it would also make sense of Zach's coercion statement about his brother being the one that got this $hit started(ie. His "talking" to LE is what Zach believed was the sole source of "spilling the beans"). Zach knew Autry had his come to Jesus moment nearly a year ago, and had been in custody for many months. So, I can see where Zach would be confident that Autry had not "talked" in all that time and the proof of that to Zach would be that there was no progression of the case.

Yet, his brother is now in custody, he gets wind of his brother being interviewed/interrogated by authorities about Holly's case, and in his mind it made perfect sense that it would have been Dylan who was the sole source for the beans being spilled about Holly's murder/abduction. When in reality Autry had began "talking" to authorities months prior about Holly's abduction/murder but, Autry's word, alone, wasn't sufficient probable cause to be able to actually progress the case forward.

I can see exactly why Zach could have believed it was Dylan who was the sole source, having not a clue that it was actually Autry who had months prior began "talking" with authorities in spilling the beans about Holly's abduction/murder.
myname

Gallatin, TN

#171110 Apr 8, 2014
Toni Craig would be a likely candidate that could have told her 2nd hand knowledge. She could have been charged with multiple charges from the stolen pearls and the attempted flushing of them. She could have been charged with PV, possession of stolen property, tampering with evidence, and who knows what else? It seems she only got a few weekends. So do you think she made a deal to get her slap on the wrist?
JGG

Columbia, MO

#171111 Apr 8, 2014
If I remember correctly JA was sentenced in November of 2013, which is not that long ago. I think 10-15 years. Possibly when he was looking at reality he thought a good time to play his hand. If he implicated DA as at least being witness, maybe others FBI could have contacted him and asked which side he was going be on.

But I agree, that they probably both concurred in ordered to seal it up. The status hearing tomorrow also could be motions for change of venue. After they did that ride this last weekend and "circled the wagons" so to speak at the Courthouse I don't think they will have any trouble getting the change approved.

Also even if his current attorney agrees to represent him if the DA is going for the DP he will have to have a DP qualified attorney on the team JMO's

Since: Mar 14

Location hidden

#171112 Apr 8, 2014
Hubbard wrote:
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That is interesting.
The gun in itself may create "means" but it must be linked to the crime and the possesor of the gun at the time of the crime.
It seems that a shell casing would have limited forensic value other than DNA (which is significant as to who held the casing). The primary gun signature comes from the groves inside the barrel. Thus the bullet (that inflicts the wound of the crime) that travels down the barrel would carry the "signature" of the gun that fired it.
Beyond the gun "signature" left on the bullet used in the crime, it would be difficult to link a casing to a bullet thus linking the casing to the crime. The bullet itself has several steps to pass before being linked to the crime.
Again, we may disagree but the conversation is refreshing and enjoyable. I appreciate your opinions.
We're both correct!!!! LOL

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#171113 Apr 8, 2014
Hubbard wrote:
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Thanks for helping me with this.
I have done a quick search and found that the purpose of a Status Hearing can vary from court to court including whether the defendant needs to be present. In the initial hearing the jusdge did specifically state that ZA's legal representation must be determined at this hearing. This may just be an opportunity to document who will be defending him.
At this point, I am not sure if his presence is needed or not.
If he is not going to be there I would think the lady from Nashville will be representing him, for a court appointed lawyer questions would be ask of Zach he would have to say he could not afford a lawyer. AND if she is going to be his lawyer somebody has some mullah .I do not think she would do it pro bono as high as gas is driving from Nashville each day.
reddoggie

Walnut, KS

#171114 Apr 8, 2014
Welp wrote:
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Pleas get changed all the time in order to take a plea bargain before trial. Prosecution won't take a chance on losing this with so many f-ups on their side already. It will be plea bargained down in order to keep him off the streets.
What "f-ups"?

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#171115 Apr 8, 2014
Posted by Rickey Dale Alexander with Holly Bobo

34 mins · Adamsville, TN ·
.

Just to clear a few things up about tomorrow. Tomorrow's court appearance is a status hearing of the case against Zach Adams. The judge is handling this as tactfully as possible given the fact that it is very high profile. It is unclear whether or not Zach will be in court, personally, tomorrow however, his defense team will. I have spoken with the family today and they are encouraging anyone and everyone who wants to come, to be there. Tennessee state law says Hollys face cannot be shown in that courtroom, therefore it is our responsibility, to Holly, to make sure that she is never forgotten and her voice is never silenced. We have to be Hollys voice. Also, if you have a Justice For Holly shirt, be sure to wear it tomorrow! Please also remember the family in prayer. Tomorrow is bound to be another tough day. The three year anniversary of the abduction is coming this Sunday. Thank you all for your support and love to the family throughout these last three years. Hope to see y'all there tomorrow!

Since: Mar 14

Location hidden

#171116 Apr 8, 2014
Yellow bird of Texas wrote:
Posted by Rickey Dale Alexander with Holly Bobo
34 mins · Adamsville, TN ·
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Just to clear a few things up about tomorrow. Tomorrow's court appearance is a status hearing of the case against Zach Adams. The judge is handling this as tactfully as possible given the fact that it is very high profile. It is unclear whether or not Zach will be in court, personally, tomorrow however, his defense team will. I have spoken with the family today and they are encouraging anyone and everyone who wants to come, to be there. Tennessee state law says Hollys face cannot be shown in that courtroom, therefore it is our responsibility, to Holly, to make sure that she is never forgotten and her voice is never silenced. We have to be Hollys voice. Also, if you have a Justice For Holly shirt, be sure to wear it tomorrow! Please also remember the family in prayer. Tomorrow is bound to be another tough day. The three year anniversary of the abduction is coming this Sunday. Thank you all for your support and love to the family throughout these last three years. Hope to see y'all there tomorrow!
Thank you for posting this.... it brought tears to my eyes. My prayers with the Bobo's
JGG

Columbia, MO

#171117 Apr 8, 2014
Who is Rickey Dale Alexander? IMO if they keep this up it will be obvious grounds for continuances, therefor slowing the trial even more. JMO
Outside Looking In

Goodlettsville, TN

#171118 Apr 8, 2014
Hubbard wrote:
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I think you are on the right track here. My understanding is that the hearing only concerns the status of his legal representation.
I have not heard of a status hearing before but I imagine it is common and will be succinct and without the need for the defendant to be present.
The Status Hearing is an informal discussion between the Judge, the prosecution and the defendant about the case. After considering the case against you, you can decide whether to change your plea or to continue with your not guilty plea.

At a Status Hearing you:

* have the chance to discuss the charges against you, with the Police Prosecutor and the Judge,including anything you may disagree with.
* learn what the Police say has happened and why they think you are guilty.
* can ask questions about anything you don’t understand.
What can happen at a Status Hearing?

* The charges may be changed or withdrawn.
* You can change your plea.
* You can ask the Judge what the likely sentence would be (e.g. fine, community work, prison). Note: this will be an indication only and is not binding on another Judge at a later time.
* You can decide to continue to plead not guilty. The case will then be adjourned for a defended hearing.
* You do not have to tell anyone about your defence, unless you choose to do so.

If you change your plea to guilty:

* You may be sentenced at the Status Hearing or you may have to come back to Court on another day for sentencing, if the Judge needs more information, such as a pre-sentence report.

If you still want to defend your case (plead not guilty):

* The case will be adjourned to a defended hearing, where a Judge will hear your case and decide whether you are guilty or not guilty.

Hope this helps!

Since: Apr 14

Albuquerque, NM

#171119 Apr 8, 2014
Is it just me or do paragraphs 1 and 3 seem to contradict each other? Unclear as to whether ZA will be in court tomorrow or not.

http://wreg.com/2014/04/08/zachary-adams-to-h...

Since: Apr 11

I'm from 'Round Here

#171120 Apr 8, 2014
Say What wrote:
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What is it with you way over in "texas" anyway? Nobody here has "dogs in this race". Not even the "locals" that claim to be personal friends of the family, and yet gossip about them on public forums. There could be a hundred more people they arrest for this, but if one of them isn't Clint, they still got it wrong.
And you know that HOW????? YOU DON'T!!!!!!
Really

Marion, NC

#171121 Apr 8, 2014
JGG wrote:
Who is Rickey Dale Alexander? IMO if they keep this up it will be obvious grounds for continuances, therefor slowing the trial even more. JMO
Agree and a change of venue to boot.

Adams will not be in court to face the judge in his status hearing. That means the heightened level of security around the Decatur County courthouse in March, with helicopters flying and troopers surrounding the square, will not be necessary.
In most cases, a status hearing is fairly short and to the point.
However, in Adams’ case, several things are expected to be discussed, one being, whether his lawyer will continue to be Nashville-based attorney Jennifer Lynn Thompson.
She was not sure at the last hearing whether she would represent him.
Also, some believe Adams’ attorney will request a change a venue, because many in the community are so emotionally connected to the case and to Holly Bobo’s family.
The judge may also bring up a new charge Adams is facing, coercion of a witness.
http://wreg.com/2014/04/08/zachary-adams-to-h...

Since: Apr 11

I'm from 'Round Here

#171122 Apr 8, 2014
Say What wrote:
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I know as much as anybody else who has read about and listened to what has been reported in the media. If they have it wrong, then the family needs to set them straight. Don't put words in my post that aren't there. Clint was the last person to see Holly alive, that is a fact. His account of the events of that morning changed, that is a fact. He claims he didn't hear her scream when a neighbour three football fields away did, that is a fact. Or if the neighbour is lying. Why would they? Even if he believed it was her boyfriend leading her into the woods, when she should be going to school, why not just call out to her and Drew, check everything is OK? Especially once he saw blood? Or send the dog that suspiciously wasn't barking at the violent abductor leading his mistress away, if Clint was afraid to go himself? Then there's super psychic mom Karen who magically knew somehow that Holly was in grave danger from a simple comment from Clint like, why isn't she in school and going off into the woods with Drew. That's quite a leap in thought process. Even if she thought it wasn't Drew, what would make her go right to the nuclear option of telling Clint to shoot the guy? None of that adds up to innocent.
I believe whoever took Holly was the last person to see her alive..........DUH!

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