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Judicial officials planned to allow Rocky Houston to present evidence on his conspiracy and corruption theories to the Roane County grand jury on Tuesday, but he was a no-show for his morning appointment at the courthouse.
Rocky and his brother, Leon Houston, have long complained about conspiracies and corruption that supposedly involved officials in Kingston, Nashville and even Washington, D.C.
Both Houstons were accused in 2006 of killing a Roane County deputy and his friend outside Leon’s home, but neither was convicted.
The Roane County grand jury foreman, Charles Snow, has been the target of some of their allegations.
Officials allotted Rocky time during a busy grand jury session, which convened on Monday.
District Attorney General Russell Johnson said his office planned to present more than 100 cases.