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Inmate's younger brother gets 35 years in Holly Bobo death
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SAVANNAH, Tenn. (AP) — The brother of a man serving life in prison for kidnapping, raping and killing Tennessee nursing student Holly Bobo pleaded guilty Monday in exchange for a 35-year sentence. John Dylan Adams entered an Alford plea, which means that he maintains his innocence, but acknowledges that prosecutors have enough evidence to convict him of especially aggravated kidnapping and facilitating first-degree murder. Judge C. Creed McGinley accepted the agreement, sparing the victim's family from having to "listen to the horrible details" at another trial.