Dirtball Zach Adams has been charged with the kidnapping and murder of Holly Bobo in Darden TN., I have been hired by a friend of the family to investigate the murder of Karen Swift in Dyersburg TN., Rapist Terry Britt and His Partner Had Been On The Road Kidnapping Young Women In South West TN Since Sept 2008 Says FBI, TBI has charged dirtball Zach Adams with 1 count of Coercion of Witness In Holly Bobo Murder Case Did Zach Adams Have a Partner, Zachary Adams told a jail inmate to relay a message to his brother saying "if he don't shut his mouth he will be in the hole beside her."
Wednesday, April 02, 2014
The man charged with kidnapping and killing Holly Bobo now has another charge. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has charged Zach Adams with one count of Coercion of Witness. Adams is already charged with Felony First Degree Murder and Especially Aggravated Kidnapping. Bobo was last seen April 13, 2011 at her Decatur County, TN home. Adams was arrested at the end of February after his property was searched. Investigators have not revealed what evidence they have against Adams, or if they have found the body of Holly Bobo. Prosecutors say they will consider the death penalty in this case. WTVF-TV says they have obtained a police report saying that murder suspect Zachary Adams told a jail inmate to relay a message to his brother saying “if he don’t shut his mouth he will be in the hole beside her.” Bobo’s body was never found after the 20-year-old disappeared in 2011 outside her home near Parsons, Tenn. Last month Adams was charged with kidnapping and murder. Police have yet to give a motive.
Coercion of Witness: Soooooo somehow dirtball Zach Adams is reaching out from Jail and threatening a witness to his kidnapping and murder of Holly Bobo, wonder who? Coercion: The intimidation of a victim to compel the individual to do some act against his or her will by the use of psychological pressure, physical force, or threats. The crime of intentionally and unlawfully restraining another’s freedom by threatening to commit a crime, accusing the victim of a crime, disclosing any secret that would seriously impair the victim’s reputation in the community, or by performing or refusing to perform an official action lawfully requested by the victim, or by causing an official to do so.