Hobbs is a great suspect for some very good reasons, and while there's already several threads here regarding him, I thought it would be good to include him in this little series of posts outlining who the best suspects are and ---why exactly-- these people are still relevant as suspects in these murders. PLEASE NOTE: It's not really the place for hot debate and endless quibbling -- there's many other threads for that. I am after here, a collection of reasons why Hobbs IS a good suspect -- please refrain from derailing it. I also ask folks to stick to known facts and logical conclusions drawn from evidence. Anyway, I realise there's people here who have researched Hobbs far more deeply than I have, so to them I give the floor, except for this brief, initial list that, IMO, makes him a good suspect: -- Terry Hobbs is, indisputably, capable of inflicting extreme violence on the people around him. -- Hobbs' alibi is not a strong one. -- The hair in the knot of a victim other than his own step-son.