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Holly Bobo: Suspect in killing of student pleads not guilty

Holly Bobo murder suspect pleads not guilty. Zachary Adams, 29, charged with the murder-kidnap of the 20-year-old nursing student, plead not guilty in a Decatur County, Tenn. court. According to CBS News on Mar. 11, he was kept in shackles while inside of the courtroom with his attorney Jennifer Lynn Thompson.

Holly Bobo: Suspect in killing of student pleads not guilty.
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He said little during the hearing, other than, 'Yes, sir' when the judge asked him whether he understood the charges against him.

When charges against Adams were announced last week, the prosecutor said that there was enough evidence against him to bring them forth.

Holly Bobo vanished from her home in Parsons in April of 2011. A camouflaged man was seen taking Bobo into the woods near her home by her brother. Whether or not her body was found, has not yet been released to the public. There has been no motive mentioned either.

Holly Bobo disappeared from her home in a remote region of Tennessee. Adams lived about 25 miles away, but was not said to have known her. There were suspicions that the perpetrator had lived nearby.

The next status date set by the judge is April 9.

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