Four Men Get Immunity in the Rape and Murder of Holly Bobo in Tennessee
Savannah, Tennessee (WREG) — State and federal authorities have provided notice of immunity for four men involved in the Holly Bobo murder case, according to court documents filed in Hardin County.
One of the men, Jason Autry, is also a suspect in Bobo’s death and faces charges including murder and rape.
Court documents showed federal authorities have promised immunity to Autry, but state prosecutors have only promised to possibly reduce his charges pending his cooperation in his co-defendant Zach Adams’ trial.
State prosecutors asked for immunity for three other men, including Victor Dinsmore, Michael Alexander and Jason Kilzer. Federal authorities also asked for immunity for Dinsmore.
“The family was not knowledgeable beforehand on who would receive the immunity,” said Rickey Alexander, a Bobo family friend. “I can only imagine the gut-wrenching slap in the face that has to feel like.”