A-Train Gang Member Jason Autry Denies Killing Holly Bobo Says he and Zach Adams Were Just Pals Not Meth Dealers Terrorizing Decatur County What a Liar!, How could News Channel 5 reporter Nick Beres fall for Jason Autry's pack of lies?, Jason Autry and Zach Adams were stealing Anhydrous Ammonia to make meth., Jason Autry's statewide criminal record includes 22 felony charges in Decatur County., News Channel 5 reporter Nick Beres appears to be unaware of all of this., TBI Director Mark Gwyn said Holly Bobo's murder kidnapping case has to do with meth., ZACH ADAMS 'METH COOKER'
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
News Channel 5 reporter Nick Beres writes: “Jason Autry said he does know his co-defendant Zach Adams as a friend. But he denied rumors that Autry, Adams and another friend, Shayne Austin, formed a gang known as the A-Train that terrorized the locals in Decatur County for years. “Some people portray us as big dope dealers and gang members and that’s not the case. This is a community that’s real small. It was just a few dopeheaded boys just hanging out,” said Autry. “Our relationship is what you might call drug-based. The only time we hung out was when we was getting high.” Autry denies that he was involved in some type of drug-induced, crazy plot to kidnap and kill Holly Bobo.”
How could News Channel 5 reporter Nick Beres fall for Jason Autry’s pack of lies? Jason Autry’s statewide criminal record includes more than 20 arrests, with 22 felony charges in Decatur County alone, including assault, theft and drug charges. Jason Autry described his former self in the newspaper story as a serious drug addict, “using needles, stealing, running drugs.” A Tennessee Bureau of Investigation summary of his criminal records showed that Jason Autry has been arrested on charges of aggravated burglary, theft, criminal trespassing and domestic assault, Possession of Anhydrous Ammonia used to make meth, among other charges. Jason Autry’s first arrest on the TBI list was in 2002 on a charge of possession of a weapon with the intent to go armed. In August of 2012, Jason Autry was arrested and convicted of aggravated assault on an officer and was in possession of a firearm. Jason Autry and Zach Adams were stealing Anhydrous Ammonia to make meth. see http://www.scribd.com/doc/221100812/Jason-Wayne-Autry-criminal-history
ZACH ADAMS ‘METH COOKER’, NH3 or Anhydrous ammonia is extremely dangerous, see his arrests #2 and #5 above: Anhydrous ammonia is a hydroscopic compound, which means that it seeks water from the nearest source, including the human body. This attraction places the eyes, lungs, and skin at greatest risk because of their high moisture content. Caustic burns result when the anhydrous ammonia dissolves into body tissue. Most deaths from anhydrous ammonia are caused by severe damage to the throat and lungs from a direct blast to the face. When large amounts are inhaled, the throat swells shut and victims suffocate. Exposure to vapors or liquid also can cause blindness. No wonder all those emergency vehicles were parked out in front of Zach Adams house when they went to arrest him.
TBI Director Mark Gwyn said Holly Bobo’s murder kidnapping case has to do with meth. “I worked one of the first methamphetamine-related murders back into the 90s, where a guy kidnapped two young men, tortured them for seven days, killed both of them, threw them off into Center Hill Lake,” Gwyn said. “Fast-forward to 2014, and I thought in my career that would be the only time I would ever see anything like that.”
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com