One of the men suspected of having information connected to the disappearance of Tennessee nursing student Holly Lynn Bobo said he has not seen a video that purportedly shows what happened to the woman.
Jeffrey Pearcy, 42, was charged last week in connection with Bobo's disappearance. He was released after he pleaded not guilty to tampering with evidence and accessory after the fact in the presumed death of Bobo.
"I have no video. I have not seen a video, never even heard of the video until I was questioned about it the day of my arrest," Pearcy told NBC Nashville affiliate WSMV.
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"This is the closest thing to a modern-day witch hunt that I've ever seen," he added.
Twenty-year-old Bobo disappeared from her Darden, Tennessee, home in April 2011. Zachary Adams and Jason Autry have been charged with kidnapping and murder in the case.
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