HARDIN COUNTY, Tenn. — It’s a nine-day trial six years in the making. “The only question is do we have the right people? And the math on that is pretty simple. Four people,” prosecutor Paul Hagerman said. “Zachary Rye Adams is 100 percent innocent of the charges he is facing in this case,” defense attorney Jennifer Thompson said. Both teams went before the court Thursday one last time before the jury decides if Zach Adams is guilty of kidnapping, raping and killing Holly Bobo.
HARDIN COUNTY, Tenn. — The defense team for Zach Adams spent day nine of his murder trial making the case that Adams couldn’t have kidnapped, raped or killed Decatur County nursing student Holly Bobo. “This is call records for Zach Adams and Holly Bobo from 8:15 a.m. to 9:40 a.m.,” John Reeves said. Reeves was called in by the defense as a cell phone expert to show where Adams was when Bobo disappeared. “So within two minutes, Holly has activity here and Zach has activity over here.
HARDIN COUNTY, Tenn. — Day eight in the Holly Bobo murder trial unfolded Tuesday morning as the defense questioned the one-time lead Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agent in the case. Terry Dicus, a former TBI agent who was the first on the case, took the stand. “Zach Adams’ name came up very early in the investigation,” Dicus said. Dicus described going through different people they thought could be suspects.
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