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PostSubject: Elisa Baker Nearly Collapses In Newton Courtroom   Mon Apr 04, 2011 9:48 pm

Elisa Baker Nearly Collapses In Newton Courtroom


Posted: 12:34 pm EDT April 4, 2011

Updated: 5:14 pm EDT April 4, 2011

NEWTON, N.C. -- Elisa Baker, who is charged with second-degree murder in the death of her stepdaughter, nearly collapsed in a courtroom during a hearing Monday.
RAW VIDEO: Elisa Baker Nearly Collapses In Court
Baker is charged in the death of 10-year-old Zahra Baker, whose remains were found in November of last year.
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After standing in front of a judge for nearly 15 minutes, Baker, who was in shackles, became unsteady on her feet, nearly hitting her head on a table before her attorney grabbed her. He helped her to a chair, where she was given some water.
“The hearing got a little lengthy (and) a little bit heated and I think she was overcome and needed to sit down for a moment,” Baker’s attorney, Scott Reilly, said.
In addition to the second-degree murder charge, Baker faces an obstruction of justice charge. Investigators said she wrote a bogus ransom note the day Zahra was reported missing.
District Attorney Jay Gaither is pushing for the cases to be heard soon.
“After these motions are heard, it is our intention to put this matter on for trial as quickly as possible. Expeditiously as possible,” he said.
During the hearing, Reilly said he will push to move any trial out of Catawba County because of all the publicity the case has received.
“I think she is being treated differently, quite frankly, and I want to ensure that doesn't happen,” Reilly said.
He described the actions of the District Attorney’s Office in indicting Baker on more than a half-dozen felonies as selective prosecution.
Gaither disagreed.
“He'd be incorrect in saying that,” Gaither said. “We look at cases (and) if there's probable cause, we indict those cases."
Judge Eric Levinson postponed other hearings on murder and obstruction of justice charges until June 27. The judge said he must wait for Reilly to file the change of venue motion.
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PostSubject: Adam Baker to return to Australia soon?   Tue Apr 12, 2011 10:40 am

Adam Baker to return to Australia soon?


Cases continued Monday, but he's working to get charges cleared up.



Credit: ROBERT C. REED/RECORD




Adam Baker, father of 10-year-old Zahra Baker, keeps his distance from the local media as he leaves Pearce Law Firm in Lenoir Monday afternoon. Credit: ROBERT C. REED/RECORD



  • Adam Baker leaves Lenoir Monday afternoon without addressing the media. Baker was scheduled for a court appearance for several worthless checks, failure to return rental property and assault charges in Caldwell County Court. Credit: ROBERT C. REED/RECORD






    By Sarah Newell williamson
    Published: April 11, 2011
    Updated: April 11, 2011 - 6:53 PM
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    LENOIR --

    Adam Baker has already paid the money owed for his worthless check charges. He hopes to go back to his homeland of Australia soon.

    Adam and Elisa were both scheduled to be in Caldwell County district court on Monday on numerous charges. Adam had five counts of worthless checks, two counts of communicating threats, one count of assault with a deadly weapon and one count of failure to return rental property.

    Elisa had six traffic charges or infractions, one count of fraudulent disposal of mortgage property, one count of failure to return rental property on which there is a purchase option and four counts of communicating threats.

    All charges for Elisa and Adam were continued until June 13 because Elisa’s attorney, Scott Reilly, was in Catawba County superior court on Monday and was unavailable for district court.

    “As soon as all these matters are resolved and he has permission, he’ll be heading back home to Australia,” said Shell Pearce, Adam’s attorney for the Caldwell County charges.

    Hickory Police Chief Tom Adkins confirmed that investigators with the department are meeting with Adam and his Catawba County attorney, Mark Killian, later this week, but said he could not comment on what they were going to talk about.

    Pearce said it was foolish for Adam to leave the country now even if he could, because he has already bonded out of jail. He was arrested in October and placed under a $7,000 bond for several charges unrelated to Zahra’s disappearance and death. He bonded out that month.

    “He’s under bond his family made for him, and he’ll answer those charges,” Pearce said.

    He said Adam’s family paid the money Adam owed for the worthless checks. Pearce said Adam hopes for a swift resolution with the other charges.

    “As far as the other charges, Adam does not intend on entering a plea of guilty to those charges, so we plan on having a trial.”

    All of the charges Adam and Elisa are facing in Caldwell County are misdemeanors.

    Pearce said Adam is hoping these charges are resolved quickly, so he can go home to Australia. However, if need be, Adam will come back to North Carolina.

    “If he's called upon to do so and it is necessary to do so he’d definitely be back for any trial that he’s required to be at,” Pearce said.

    Adam and Elisa are the father and stepmother of 10-year-old Zahra Clare Baker. Zahra was first reported missing Oct. 9. Hickory police announced it was a homicide investigation within days, and discovered Zahra’s prosthetic leg off Christie Road later that month. Their investigation later found most of her remains not far away. Investigators believe Zahra likely died on Sept. 24 and her body disposed of the following day.

    Elisa has been charged with second-degree murder in Zahra’s death, as well as obstruction of justice. Adam has not been charged.
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PostSubject: Zahra Baker case: Hickory PD serves Adam a big helping of 'get a clue'   Wed Apr 13, 2011 8:15 am

Zahra Baker case: Hickory PD serves Adam a big helping of ‘get a clue’

Posted on April 13, 2011 by Valhall

Adam Baker, sperm-donor to murdered Zahra Baker, apparently has never been able to read between the lines well. That observation shouldn’t surprise anyone because Adam has already made clear he wants us to believe that while living in a 900 sq ft house, only slightly larger than a family-sized Velveeta Cheese box, his daughter was murdered, dismembered and he didn’t have a clue it had happened for 2 weeks! Allegedly, according to statements made by Adam himself, he wants us to believe this mind-blowing deception was pulled off with…pillows.
Anywho, the fugly, phat oaf who has been portrayed by himself and his supporters as being only slightly more functional than a stewed rutabaga thinks, apparently, that everyone believes his bullcrap and that he’s already rounded third and headed for home. Home as in Australia, that is. I think Hickory police department just pulled off a triple play. Adam Slap-my-back-Bumwaller Baker waddled into home only to find the plate had been taken.

Coincidence of the week:
Monday Shell Pearce, lawyer and mouthpiece for Adam Baker, stated that Adam was planning to go home to Australia as soon as he could. There was the pesky issue of some legal issues associated with five counts of bad checks, two counts of threatening people, one count of assault with a deadly weapon (that’s his pick-em-up-truck), and one count of failure to return rented property. But, Pearce said:

As soon as all these matters are resolved and he has permission, he’ll be heading back home to Australia.
Now, Pearce did go on to state that it would be pretty foolish for Adam to leave right now bein’s he’s just out on his mama’s bond money, but because Ma Baker also paid for his worthless checks they were all pretty hopeful they’d quickly get these other minor issues (like threatening someone and intentionally running them off the road) resolved. Then Adam would waddle his dumpy knuckle-dragging low-browed lump of a body on back to Oz mumbling “which way did he go, George? which way did he go?”…but he’d come back to North Carolina if he was needed (i.e. for the trial of the murder of his daughter, that is)…right, sure he would.
That was Monday. Tuesday, not only did Hickory Police Department arrest him on two additional felony charges associated with using someone else’s name to set up utility accounts, but they placed an immigration detainer on him while his single-digit IQ’d ass sat in jail! When Captain Thurman Whisnant with the Hickory Police Department was asked if there might be additional charges filed against Adam, his response was:

There’s nothing specific right now, but we’re still looking at everything. As things come to light, we’ll deal with them.
So, using our trusty little decoder ring, the special message at the bottom of Adam’s Cracker Jack box is…
Not only are you not going anywhere, if you think you’ve been cleared of all wrong-doing in Zahra’s neglect, abuse, and/or murder…I think you need to read between the lines! You can ask Mr. Pearce to assist you with that.
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References:
http://www2.hickoryrecord.com/news/2011/apr/11/10/adam-baker-return-australia-soon-ar-939383/
http://www2.hickoryrecord.com/news/2011/apr/12/11/adam-baker-arrested-2-felonies-ar-942670/
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PostSubject: ADAM BAKER arrested on 2 felonies   Wed Apr 13, 2011 8:52 am

Adam Baker arrested on 2 felonies


Authorities place Adam Baker under an immigration detainer.








Credit: ROBERT C. REED/RECORD
Adam Baker, father of 10-year-old Zahra Baker, keeps his distance from the local media as he leaves Pearce Law Firm in Lenoir Monday afternoon.




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By Sarah Newell williamson
Published: April 12, 2011
Updated: April 12, 2011 - 11:09 PM
HICKORY --

Adam Baker was arrested Tuesday on two felony charges.

Hickory police charged Baker with one count each of identity theft and obtaining property by false pretense.

The charges come from Baker getting services from Duke Energy in the name of James Starbuck at his home on 21st Avenue, NW, in Hickory, said Maj. Clyde Deal with the Hickory Police Department.

Adam and his family moved to the house in mid-July from Caldwell County.

“It was about the time they moved into the house,” said Capt. Thurman Whisnant with the Hickory Police Department. “It was for activation of services at the house.”

Baker was placed in jail under a $10,000 secured bond.

Whisnant could not speculate whether Baker would be facing additional charges.

“There’s nothing specific right now, but we’re still looking at everything,” he said. “As things come to light, we’ll deal with them.”

Baker’s Caldwell County attorney, Shell Pearce, said as recently as Monday that Baker had hoped to be returning to his native country of Australia soon. Law enforcement placed an immigration detainer on Baker Tuesday night while he was in jail, which means he can't leave the country.

Baker is the father of 10-year-old Zahra Baker. Zahra was first reported missing Oct. 9. Hickory police declared it a homicide investigation within days, and discovered Zahra’s prosthetic leg off Christie Road in Caldwell County later that month. Their investigation later found most of her remains not far away. Investigators believe Zahra likely died on Sept. 24 and her body disposed of the following day.

Baker’s wife and Zahra’s stepmother, Elisa, has been charged with second-degree murder in Zahra’s death, as well as obstruction of justice. Baker has not been charged in Zahra’s death.

Baker was first arrested Oct. 25, after he came in to talk with Hickory police. He was served with outstanding warrants from Caldwell County. He was charged with five counts of worthless checks, three counts of communicating threats, assault with a deadly weapon and one count of failure to return rental property on which there is a purchase option. While still in jail, he was served with Catawba County’s outstanding warrants for five worthless checks. He bonded out of jail Oct. 27.

Baker’s first court appearance for his two new charges is Wednesday.
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PostSubject: Police: Adam Baker Is In Country Illegally   Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:05 pm

Police: Zahra Baker's Father Is In Country Illegally



Adam Baker, the father of 10-year-old Zahra Baker, is in the United States illegally, police in Hickory said...


Posted: 5:27 pm EDT April 12, 2011
Updated: 5:30 pm EDT April 13, 2011

HICKORY, N.C. -- Adam Baker, the father of 10-year-old Zahra Baker, is in the United States illegally, police in Hickory said Wednesday.
Baker was arrested Tuesday and charged with identity theft and obtaining property by false pretenses, the Hickory Police Department said.
The charges are unrelated to the investigation into the death of Zahra Baker, police said. The Hickory girl was reported missing last October and her remains were discovered in November.







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Zahra’s stepmother, Elisa Baker, is charged with second-degree murder in her death.
Police said the charges filed against Adam Baker on Tuesday stemmed from him using someone else’s name and Social Security number to obtain services from Duke Energy.
Police said they learned of the accusations in December and were preparing the case for a grand jury. However, after hearing that Baker wanted to return to his native Australia, the charges were expedited, police said.
“"Had anybody committed these types of crimes and the investigation turn out the way it did, they would have been charged. But did the charging get expedited because he was talking about leaving? Yes,” Maj. Clyde Deal said.
Police said they are keeping Baker’s passport and that a retainer has been placed on him, preventing him from leaving the country.
Officers said he is in the country illegally, having failed to properly fill out documents.
Baker’s bond was set at $10,000.


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PostSubject: Zahra Baker Update: Adam Baker Arrested On Charges of Identity Theft   Thu Apr 14, 2011 6:16 am

Zahra Baker Update: Adam Baker Arrested on Charges of Identity Theft




Zahra Baker

The father of the 10 year old Australian girl, Zahra Baker, that had been dismembered and her body parts scattered in different areas, has been arrested on identity theft charges and for obtaining property by false pretenses.
Zahra’s stepmother, Elisa Baker has been charged with second degree murder and is in jail now. She was arrested for obstruction of justice shortly after Zahra was reported missing by her father. Elisa admitted to writing a fake ransom note that the police had found. Elisa has denied any wrongdoing and accuses her husband of dismembering his daughter’s body after Zahra had died from an illness.
A lot of people have to question why Adam Baker has not been charged in the murder of his daughter as well but police say there is no evidence connecting him to the murder. Baker has denied any involvement in the death or dismemberment of his daughter.
The new charges against Adam Baker are from last July when the Bakers first moved from Caldwell County to Hickory North Carolina. He had applied for electrical services with Duke Energy. Other charges against Baker include writing bad checks and communicating threats.

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Jail records show that the federal immigration officials have issued a detainer order for Baker which will prevent him from leaving the country while the order is in effect. Word was that Baker was looking to return to Australia but he had to try to get his passport back in order to do so.
A meeting had been planned between Baker’s attorney and the district attorney but obviously that meeting is now on hold. He will not be allowed to leave the United States until all his legal cases against him are settled.
I pray that little Zahra will get some kind justice in all of this. She was a beautiful child that fought so hard to survive in this world and to have her life taken from her was bad but the way she was disposed of afterwards was disgusting and very wrong. She didn’t deserve that. I know she is in a better place now with God and the angels looking down at all of this. I pray she knows that the rest of America is on her side and the Americans will be fighting for her to see that she does get justice here.
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PostSubject: Zahra's dad being monitored by federal officials   Tue Apr 19, 2011 10:54 pm

Zahra's dad being monitored by federal officials

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Apr 19, 2011 5:26 PM EDT


By Rod Overton, Internet Director





Adam Baker going into court one day.



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CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Adam Baker, the father of a slain Hickory girl, has been released from the Catawba County Jail and is now being monitored by federal authorities.

Baker, who was hoping to get his passport back recently, had been held in the county jail from April 13 until this morning, although he posted bond this past weekend.

Full Coverage: The Zahra Baker case

Baker made bond on Saturday, but there was a "hold" placed on him and he was not released until just before 7:30 am Tuesday when he was handed over to the custody of federal immigration officials.

He has not been charged in the death of Zahra, his daughter, who was killed and later dismembered.

Adam Baker is now not listed on the jail's website and is shown as an inmate at the La Tuna Federal Correction Facility in Anthony, Texas. However, he is not actually being held in Texas. According to his attorney, Baker is in Caldwell County wearing an ankle bracelet, which is monitored by federal officials.

Just last week, Baker had hoped to get an answer on having his passport returned so he could fly back to his home country of Australia.

On Tuesday of last week he was hit with new felony charges -- and authorities issued a "detainer" against the man, keeping him in the U.S.

Related story: Zahra's dad wants passport for a return to Australia

According to the Hickory Police Department, Adam Baker was arrested and charged with one count of identity theft and one count of obtaining property by false pretense.

Baker appeared in court Wednesday morning for the felony charges and he was given a court-appointed attorney. A probable cause hearing was set for May 4 and Baker was held on a $10,000 bond.

In addition, immigration officials have now issued a detainer against Baker which prohibits him from leaving the country even if he posts bond.

Once all of Baker's legal issues are resolved, he will be deported said an official with the Hickory Police Department.

The charges filed Tuesday are related to Baker obtaining services from Duke Energy and are not related to the death of Zahra Baker.

Adam Baker's wife and Zahra's stepmother -- Elisa Baker -- is charged with second-degree murder in the death of the girl, who was found dismembered in at least two locations last fall.

WBTV has learned that Baker was charged by police after getting power to his home in Hickory under false pretenses.

His wife, Elisa, is facing similar charges in Caldwell County from when the couple lived there.

On Monday, WBTV learned that Baker was seeking to leave the United States and head back to his home country of Australia.

A meeting between police, the district attorney and Adam Baker's attorney was scheduled for Tuesday to see if Baker could get his passport back for an eventual return to Australia. WBTV has learned that the meeting has been put on hold for now.

Adam Baker has told WBTV in two exclusive interviews he was not involved in the death or dismemberment of his daughter. (More about the WBTV interview)

When Elisa Baker was charged, the district attorney said there was "no credible evidence to charge anyone other than Elisa Baker."

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PostSubject: Zahra's Playground to benefit from tournament   Fri Apr 29, 2011 10:59 am


Zahra's Playground to benefit from tournament


L-R's Student Occupational Therapy Association is hosting a volleyball tournament Saturday for Zahra's Playground.



Zahra Baker was reported missing from her Hickory home Oct. 9, 2010. Elisa Baker was charged with second-degree murder after Zahra's dismembered remains were found.




  • Zahra Baker All Children's Playground website

    By SARAH NEWELL WILLIAMSON
    Published: April 27, 2011
    Updated: April 28, 2011 - 11:17 AM

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    HICKORY --

    The Zahra Baker All Children’s Playground will be getting a boost this weekend from Lenoir-Rhyne University.

    The Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) at L-R is hosting a volleyball tournament on Saturday, with all proceeds going to the playground in Zahra’s honor.

    “We have a disease or disorder that we focus on each semester, and this semester we chose childhood cancer,” said Kayla Latham, president of the organization and an occupational therapy major. “We thought it went along really well with what’s been going on in the community with Zahra.”

    Zahra Baker was reported missing last fall. It was later determined that she was dead, her body dismembered and scattered in Caldwell County. Her stepmother has been charged with second-degree murder in her death. Zahra, 10, was a two-time cancer survivor, having overcome lung and bone cancer.

    The volleyball tournament is comprised of nine teams with four to eight players on each team. The teams, which have members from L-R and the community, were required to pay $5 per player, raising between $180and $360 that will go toward the playground.

    Latham said because so many in the community were affected by the Zahra Baker case, SOTA decided to open the tournament up to the community, as well.

    “With the time and effort that so many citizens of Hickory have invested in this matter already, we decided to open this up as an opportunity for them to give back to this cause,” she said.

    In addition to the entrance fee, there will be opportunities for people to donate to the playground at the tournament if the spectators want to, Latham said.

    There are 70 members in SOTA and if people aren’t on a team, they will be volunteering at the tournament, she said.

    “This is important to SOTA because the goal of occupational therapy is to help people live life to the fullest,”Latham said. “The park will enhance the community of Hickory by providing a place for all children to play, regardless of ability level.”

    In February, area Kiwanis groups announced plans for the current Kiwanis Park on Sixth Street, SE, in Hickory to have a playground addition so children of all abilities could come. The addition will be named in Zahra’s honor.

    The addition will include three slides, a large tunnel, a climbing wall, a small gazebo and more. Named the Zahra Baker All Children’s Playground, it will include a bronze plaque saying, “Zahra, you touched us. 1999-2010,” along with her photo.

    “I am excited to see the Student Occupational Therapy Association get involved in this project,” said Steve Aaron, president of the Western Catawba Kiwanis Club. ”Their efforts will go a long way in raising money for the playground project, but more importantly, in raising community awareness that this project is in progress and that everyone can help.”

    The tournament will be played on the outdoor volleyball court across from the soccer complex. If it rains on Saturday, the tournament will be moved to Moretz gym. It begins at 9 a.m.

    “I really do hope people will come and bring some friends,” Latham said. “It’s alumni weekend, so they should come and support us.”


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PostSubject: Zahra Baker Update: Worthless Check Charges Dropped on Adam Baker   Fri Apr 29, 2011 8:43 pm

Zahra Baker Update: Worthless Check Charges Dropped on Adam Baker




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Adam Baker, the father of the Australian girl that was murdered and dismembered, appeared in court today in Catawba County. Judge Amy Sigmon dropped the charges that were pending against him for writing worthless checks to grocery stores for the total amount of $240. No one from the prosecution showed up in court this morning. According to Baker’s attorney, Mark Killian his client has made restitution in the case.
Baker is not out of trouble yet though, as he still faces charges which include felony identity theft and obtaining property by false pretense.
Adam Baker’s daughter, Zahra was an amazing little girl that managed to overcome cancer even after losing a leg from it. She also had to wear a hearing aid, but nothing that happened to this child seemed to have discouraged her from facing the world with her strong desire to live. For a 10 year old child, she had been forced to deal with life threatening problems that some of us as adults wouldn’t have been able to do. She did it though and she had a smile on her face that just gleamed along with her little freckled face.
Baker’s wife, Elisa Baker has been charged with second degree murder of her stepdaughter. She has been jailed since right after the girl was reported missing after admitting to the police that she forged a ransom note to throw them off the trail as they started to search for the child. Zahra’s body had been dismembered and had been spread out in different locations, with some of the parts still missing. Elisa has said that her husband took part in this. She says that Zahra died from an illness and Adam is the one that dismembered the girl’s body and helped dispose of the parts after,









Adam Baker denies having any part in his daughter’s death and the prosecutors claim there is nothing they have to indicate that he has either. Australian born, Adam Baker is however barred from leaving the country while the pending felony charges are against him though.
I do hope he is being truthful and that he had no part in it but it is just so hard to believe that the man went for weeks without seeing his daughter. He claims by the time he got home from work at night, Zahra was already in bed but I can’t believe that he wouldn’t have gone in her room at least once to find her not there. I pray that there will be some sort of justice for Zahra once this case goes to trial and the one responsible for taking this precious girl’s life pays dearly for what they have done to her.
Justice for Zahra!
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PostSubject: Zahra Baker case: Elisa in court, Adam in another one   Thu May 05, 2011 8:45 am

Zahra Baker case: Elisa in court, Adam in another one

Posted on May 5, 2011 by Valhall

Elisa Baker, under guard of a SWAT team, appeared in court yesterday for her arraignment on four felony charges, two of which were for identity theft and two for obtaining property under false pretenses. She pled not guilty on all charges.

Interestingly, the Hickory Daily Record, is reporting that while two of these charges stem from Elisa using her daughter’s name to receive electrical services from Duke Energy, the other 2 charges are reported as being for her “using her daughter’s information to obtain phone and communication information” from CenturyLink while her and Adam lived at a Hudson address. If that statement is accurate then it sounds like Elisa impersonated her daughter in order to get information on possibly her daughter’s account….but it currently does not read as she obtained phone services; just information.
WCNC seems to back this up by stating the charges were for Elisa “using the name and other personal information” of her daughter’s to get electricity turned on. They do not mention her doing the same to get phone or internet services. If this interpretation is correct, it appears Elisa phoned CenturyLink, pretending to be her daughter, obtained some type of information that she then used to get the Duke Energy services. We’ll have to wait and see if this is correct.
The presiding judge, Judge Beverly Beal, asked the state if a plea had been offered and the prosecuting attorney, Eric Bellas, stated no and there won’t be one. Bellas then asked if an August trial date could be set for these particular charges at which time Elisa’s defense attorney, Scott Reilly, in typical “I’m going to drag this out as long as I can” style we’re growing accustomed to seeing from defense lawyers admitted in open court that he apparently couldn’t find the prosecutor’s office or the court house in the past month. That’s got to be what he was admitting because Mr. Bellas stated in open court the discovery had been ready since April 5th while Mr. Reilly apparently had waited until arriving at court today to let the state hand it to him.
Judge Beal stated she would forego scheduling the trial for the time being, but would consider doing so at the next administrative hearing scheduled for July 11th.
Meanwhile, in another court room, Adam Baker got some clarification on just how restricted his selection of vacation spots will be for the time being when a judge ruled that Adam can’t leave the state of North Carolina without 7 days notice of where he’s wanting to go. That 7 day notice will allow the state time to file an objection if it does not agree with his travel plans. This brings the restrictions on Adam Baker’s movements to: his passport is in the hands of the state, he’s wearing a sporty ICE brand tracking anklet, and now he has to give 7 days notice if he’s going to travel to an interstate location.
Adam likes to act like he has absolutely no deductive reasoning, so I’ll assist him on this one…Adam, you’re just charged with identity theft and obtaining property under false pretenses. I think you should be considering there’s more to that sporty ankle bracelet than rather insignificant financial crimes.
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PostSubject: Elisa Baker Indicted on Drug Charges   Wed May 18, 2011 8:52 pm

Elisa Baker Indicted on Drug Charges



Elisa Baker Indicted On Drug Trafficking Charges


CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A federal grand jury in Charlotte indicted Elisa Baker, the stepmother of Zahra Baker, on drug trafficking charges Wednesday, the U.S. attorney’s office said.
Complete Coverage: Zahra Baker Case

Baker conspired with others to distribute oxycodone, hydrocodone and alprazolam from 2006 to October 2010, the indictment alleges. She maintained homes in Granite Falls, Hudson and Hickory for the purpose of distributing drugs, according to the indictment.

Baker was charged with one count of conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance, three counts of distribution and possession with intent to distribute controlled substances and three counts of maintaining a place for the purposes of distributing a controlled substances. Each charge carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.

Baker is charged with second-degree murder in the death of her stepdaughter.
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Elisa Baker and Adam Baker, Zahra's father, reported the 10-year-old missing in October. (Click here to listen to the 911 call.) Zahra’s remains were found in November 2010.

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PostSubject: Zahra Baker case: Elisa indicted on 7 new charges   Thu May 19, 2011 7:40 am

Zahra Baker case: Elisa indicted on 7 new charges

Posted on May 19, 2011 by Valhall

Elisa Baker has previously been indicted on second-degree murder and obstruction of justice in connection with the murder, dismemberment and disposal of 10-year-old Zahra Baker, her stepdaughter. She has also previously been indicted on multiple counts of various financial crimes and related identity theft. She now has been indicted on 7 charges associated with possession, intent to distribute and distribution of narcotics.

These new charges are for activity Elisa Baker engaged in from 2006 to 2010 in which she was distributing Oxycontin and Xanax, both controlled narcotics. Included in this period of time is the entire time Adam Baker was “married” to Elisa and lived with her here in the U.S. The charges include distributing from the family home – in fact, three separate addresses the Bakers lived at from 2009 through 2010. Each of these residences was small (a trailer home, an apartment and a 900 sq ft rental house) and Adam and Zahra lived in those small residences with Elisa during that period of time.
But, as we know, Adam can’t even tell his daughter is dead and missing in a 2 week period, so odds are we’re going to hear from him and his mama that he had no clue that for 15 months Elisa was selling dope out of his home. We’ll most likely hear Arron Young claim he didn’t know either.
If convicted on these new charges, Elisa would be facing up to 4.75 million dollars in fines and be sentenced to up to 140 years in prison. Which, if consecutively applied will beat the mess out of the sentences she might get for a conviction of murdering her disabled stepdaughter, hacking up the child’s body, throwing the little girl away and then forging a ransom note to cover up the dirty deed.
Something about that fact is sad….but as for me I’ll take what I can get to keep Elisa Baker in prison and out of society.
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PostSubject: Zahra Baker murder prompts new proposed law   Sat May 21, 2011 12:36 am

Zahra Baker murder prompts new proposed law


Dismembering a corpse to become a felony







Zahra Baker was reported missing from her Hickory home Oct. 9, 2010. Elisa Baker was charged with second-degree murder after Zahra's dismembered remains were found.


By Richard Gould
Published: May 20, 2011
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HICKORY --

Dismembering a corpse in an effort to conceal a crime will become a felony in North Carolina if a bill that state Representatives Mark Hilton and Tim Moore have been working on in partnership with District Attorney Jay Gaither becomes law.

“I don’t think we’ll have any problem getting it passed at all,” Hilton said.

His goal is to bring the bill to a vote within the next two weeks in an effort to send it on to the state senate by the June 9 deadline.

“We never saw a need for this kind of law until this (Zahra Baker) case,” he said. “I know the DA (Jay Gaither) would like to throw the book at these people.”

The law would re-word an existing North Carolina law by making it a Class C to dismember a corpse in an effort to conceal a crime

“Over the past several months I have worked with members of my staff to draw from criminal statutes in other states in order to draft proposed legislation for North Carolina,” Gaither said in an email. “I appreciate the efforts of Representatives Tim Moore and Mark Hilton and others as they work to put forward a bill that will meet with passage in the North Carolina Legislature.”

The law:

As the law is currently written, failing to notify a law enforcement officer of a death or secretly burying a dead human body with the intent to hide the death of a person is a Class I felony.

Anyone helping helps conceal the death of a person is guilty of a Class A1 misdemeanor.

The current draft of the new law would make the following changes:

Disturbing human remains would be a Class C1 misdemeanor and would include desecrating human remains by any means including any physical alteration or manipulation of the human remains. This would include committing or attempting to commit any act of “sexual penetration, however slight” of the genital or anal opening or mouth of the dead body.

This portion of the law would not pertain to anyone providing medical care, or “scientific or medical research, treatment or diagnosis, performed by a licensed funeral director or embalmer consistent with standard practice,” or for any other lawful purpose, including archaeology.

Dismembering or destroying human remains by removing or obliterating body parts would be a Class F felony. Doing so while knowing that the person did not die of natural causes would become a Class C felony.

In the proposed law, the term “human remains means any dead human body in any condition of decay or significant part of a dead human body, including any limb, organ, or bone.”

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PostSubject: Baker's Caldwell County court hearings pushed back   Sun Jun 19, 2011 2:44 pm

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Adam and Elisa Baker were scheduled to be in court in Lenoir on Monday on a string of charges unrelated to the disappearance of Adam’s daughter, Zahra Baker.









By Sarah Newell williamson
Published: June 13, 2011
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Adam and Elisa Baker were scheduled to appear in Caldwell County court Monday on several charges unrelated to the death of Adam’s 10-year-old daughter, Zahra Baker. Neither case was heard Monday.

The charges Adam, 33, faced included simple worthless checks, communicating threats and failure to return rental property. Elisa, 43, was due in court on charges of worthless checks, communicating threats, failure to return rental property and traffic citations.

Although Adam has waited in attorney Shell Pearce’s office during past Caldwell County court dates, he didn’t this time, Pearce said, adding that Adam waited at home this time.

Adam has already paid the money owed on the worthless checks and is hoping to clear those charges, Pearce said.

Adam was given a new court date of Aug. 4.

Elisa did not appear in Caldwell County court Monday because she is currently under a federal detainer in the Catawba County jail. She has been charged with seven federal drug charges and has pleaded not guilty.

“You have to get a writ to bring them to another county,” said Scott Reilly, Elisa’s attorney for her state charges. “A writ has to be granted by the U.S. attorney.”

Reilly said a writ is not usually granted for misdemeanor charges.

Elisa was given a court date of Nov. 3.

“That date was probably to give some time for the federal case and to see if something will happen there, so it doesn’t have to keep getting rescheduled on the docket,” Reilly said.

Elisa is also facing obstruction of justice and second-degree murder charges in the death of her stepdaughter, Zahra. Most of her remains were found in the fall in Caldwell County.
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PostSubject: NC girl's stepmother wants murder trial moved (ZAHRA BAKER)   Tue Jul 12, 2011 10:03 pm

NC girl's stepmother wants murder trial moved







Elisa Baker has been charged with second-degree murder in the September 2010 death and dismemberment of her 10-year-old stepdaughter, Zahra Baker.




NEWTON, N.C. — The woman charged with killing her 10-year-old disabled stepdaughter said in court documents filed Tuesday that she can't get a fair trial in Catawba County.
Lawyers for Elisa Baker filed a motion seeking a change of venue for her trial, arguing that blanket media coverage of the case makes finding 12 impartial jurors in the area an impossible task.
Baker has been charged with second-degree murder in the 2010 death of her stepdaughter, 10-year-old Zahra Baker, whose cancer treatments left her with a prosthetic leg and hearing aids. According to search warrants filed in the case, Elisa Baker said the girl was dismembered after she died, which police believe happened around Sept. 23 last year. Some of Zahra's remains were found at various sites near Hickory, but the state medical examiner's office was not able to determine a definite cause of death.
The case gained attention not only across the United States, but in Australia, the native country of Zahra and her father, Adam Baker. Adam Baker has not been charged in connection with his daughter's death, but he faces a host of unrelated charges. On Tuesday, he appeared in Catawba County court in relation to charges of identity theft and obtaining property under false pretenses. Federal immigration officials have barred him from leaving the country while the felony case is pending.
Elisa Baker, who's been jailed since October, is scheduled to make her next appearance in court Thursday. In addition to the murder charge, she's also accused of interfering with the police investigation of Zahra's disappearance, which was reported Oct. 10. Police say Elisa Baker wrote a bogus ransom note purporting to be from kidnappers who had taken the girl from her home, mistaking her for another child.
A call to the Catawba County district attorney's office was not immediately returned Tuesday.

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PostSubject: Zahra Baker's Stepmother's Court Dates Set   Sat Jul 16, 2011 12:52 am

Zahra Baker’s Stepmother’s Court Dates Set




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As I wrote about yesterday, Elisa Baker, the stepmother of the 10 year old Australian girl that was murdered, was in court on the Identity theft charges. Baker has numerous charges against her. She has a total of nine felony charges, which includes the second degree murder charge and the obstruction of justice charge.
Besides the felony charges she is facing more than 20 misdemeanor charges for such things as bad checks and communicating threats. She also has seven federal drug charges on her for trafficking prescription pain killers.
District Attorney Jay Gaither told Superior Court Judge Timothy Kincaid that he plans to try Baker on the second degree murder charge after they are done with the other felony charges they have on her. He explained after the hearing that Baker committed the other crimes before Zahra was killed so she will be tried for them first. State sentencing guidelines would give Baker more prison time if she is convicted of other felonies.
In court Thursday, Judge Kincaid said he would hear Baker’s attorney, Scott Reilly’s arguments concerning his motion for a change of venue on August 1, 2011. He wants Reilly to tell him why he thinks the trial should be moved out the Hickory area. The district attorney said, “We have said all along that a fair and impartial trial could be found in Catawba County, but it’s the judge’s call. What we really want is a fair trial for Elisa Baker.”
An arraignment hearing has been set for September 12, 2011 for the federal charges held on Baker. Gaither says he expects to have those cases all resolved within the next coming months.
It looks like the long list of other charges against Elisa Baker will have to come first before she goes on trial for the murder of Zahra Baker. Zahra was a special child that had fought cancer and even though she ended up losing a leg from it, she survived the cancer. She was fitted with a prosthetic leg. She had a smile that would light up a dark night it would shine so much.









Zahra was killed and then her little body was dismembered. The body parts were then scattered in different areas and to this day, all the parts have not been found. Elisa Baker wrote a ransom note that police found which was written to try and throw the police investigation off which is why the obstruction of justice charge is on Baker. Once in jail she finally cooperated with the police more and told them where they could go to look for Zahra.
Elisa claims that Zahra’s father, Adam Baker dismembered the body and then helped her dispose of the parts but Adam clearly denies having any part in his daughter’s murder. The police say they have no evidence linking Adam Baker to the crime so there have been no charges against him in the case.
Adam Baker says now that he wants justice for his daughter. He is planning on being in court for the trial and says he wants to make sure that Elisa gets what she deserves. Adam says he thinks about his daughter every day.
I think about Zahra too. Who could ever forget her shining freckled faced smile? She was a beautiful little girl and she didn’t deserve to have her life taken away. One thing is for certain though. Zahra is in no pain now. She will never have any again. She is happy and her smile comes out when the sun shines every day on this earth. God bless you Zahra!
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PostSubject: Tenn. Park provides ideas for Zahra's all-children's playground   Mon Aug 01, 2011 11:03 am

Tenn. park provides ideas for Zahra's all-children's playground


Hickory delegation makes one-day trip to Kingsport





By: Larry Clark
Published: July 30, 2011
Updated: July 30, 2011 - 3:15 PM

HICKORY --
Rudy Wright was bubbling over with excitement after visiting a children’s park in Kingsport, Tenn., Thursday.

The Hickory mayor was with a delegation of supporters for Zahra’s Playground, an all-children’s attraction planned for Kiwanis Park. Bill Wiggs, a representative of the Kiwanis clubs of Catawba County, sponsors of the playground, and Joyce Beard of the Hickory Parks and Recreation Commission, were among those who made the one-day visit.

“It is spectacular,” Wright said of Darrell’s Dream Boundless Playground, a playground at Warriors’ Path State Park near Kingsport. It’s an all-children’s playground, too, with an emphasis on serving youngsters at all levels of physical capability.

The Hickory delegation went there to get ideas for the Playground for Zahra and see how some equipment works.

“Darrell’s Dream is a more ambitious project than what we plan,” Wright said, “but we learned a lot from it. It was a very productive trip. We are much better prepared now to enter the next phase of Zahra’s Playground.”

The Kiwanis clubs decided several months ago to pursue a playground where all children could have fun. The effort is in memory of the spirit of deceased Zahra Baker, a two-time cancer survivor who lost a leg and most of hearing from the disease. Yet, in the short time she lived in the Hickory area, her sunny disposition and love of activity won the hearts of many residents.

Zahra was also a tragic victim, whose death shocked and mobilized many more people in the area.

Kiwanis International’s motto is “Serving the Children of the World,” and local Kiwanians launched the playground project for the region’s children.

Kiwanis Park, a City of Hickory facility, was built with the support of the Kiwanis clubs, so a partnership with the city was natural for the playground.

The initial goal was $85,000, but contributions from groups, individuals and businesses have pushed the total past $100,000 and more money is expected.

Wright mentioned the success at a Hickory City Council meeting and said one of the items that can be added to the original plans is a wheelchair-accessible swing set. The ability to do more than the basics prompted the trip to Kingsport to see what is available at a “boundless playground.”

“We saw a wheelchair-accessible tree house,” the mayor exclaimed. “There was so much there for children whose physical abilities are impaired.”

Wright said Darrell’s Dream cost $4 million to complete, but it and Zahra’s Playground will have many of the same characteristics, including surfaces and equipment specially designed for children with limited mobility.

“It was a great trip,” Wright said. “It was definitely worth it.”

Kiwanis Clubs involved in the project are Newton, Western Catawba, Hickory and Catawba County Golden K. The playground will be at 805 6th St., SE.

For more on Zahra’s Playground, go to www.playgroundforzahra.org.
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PostSubject: Attorney: Stepmom's murder trial should be moved   Mon Aug 01, 2011 11:05 am

Attorney: Stepmom's murder trial should be moved







Elisa Baker has been charged with second-degree murder in the September 2010 death and dismemberment of her 10-year-old stepdaughter, Zahra Baker.
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HICKORY, N.C. — A judge is hearing arguments on whether the trial for a North Carolina woman charged in the death of her 10-year-old disabled stepdaughter should be moved because of publicity surrounding the case.

The hearing is set for Monday.

Elisa Baker, 43, is charged with second-degree murder in the death of Zahra Baker, the freckle-faced Australian girl who had a prosthetic leg and hearing aids because of her fight with bone cancer.

Authorities say Baker dismembered the girl's body to cover up her killing. She could face up to 30 years in prison if she's convicted.

Baker's attorney, Scott Reilly, says pretrial publicity has made it difficult to seat an impartial jury. Prosecutor Jay Gaither disagrees.

Baker faces other state and federal charges, most of them unrelated to Zahra Baker's death.

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PostSubject: Elisa Baker will not be tried by aCatawba County jury   Tue Aug 02, 2011 3:11 pm

Elisa Baker will not be tried by a Catawba County jury


Judge Timothy Kincaid grants change of venue motion in murder case.




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Credit: ROBERT C. REED/HICKORY DAILY RECORD





Elisa Baker, stepmother of Zahra Clare Baker, smiles at her attorney Scott Reilly after a change of venue request was granted by Superior Court Judge Timothy S. Kincaid during Catawba County Superior Court on Monday.




Credit: ROBERT C. REED/HICKORY DAILY RECORD



Elisa Baker's attorney Scott Reilly (left), stands before Superior Court Judge Timothy S. Kincaid requesting a change of venue in Catawba County Superior Court on Monday August 1, 2011. Elisa Baker is the stepmother of Zahra Clare Baker. Credit: ROBERT C. REED/HICKORY DAILY RECORD



  • Elisa Baker, stepmother of Zahra Clare Baker, looks at her attorney Scott Reilly while he addresses Superior Court Judge Timothy S. Kincaid. Reilly was requesting a change of venue Monday in Catawba County Superior Court. Credit: ROBERT C. REED/HICKORY DAILY RECORD


By: Sarah Newell williamson
Published: August 01, 2011
Updated: August 01, 2011 - 7:03 PM


NEWTON --
Catawba County residents will not determine Elisa Baker’s fate for a host of felony charges, including the charge of second-degree murder in the death of Zahra Baker.

Superior Court Judge Timothy Kincaid granted defense attorney Scott Reilly’s request for change of venue Monday. Citing the intense media coverage of the death of Zahra and subsequent arrest of her stepmother, Elisa, Kincaid said, “Anybody who doesn’t know about this case has been living in seclusion.”

Kincaid will likely decide on Sept. 12 where Baker’s trial will be held when she is arraigned on the murder charge.

Baker, 43, is charged with nine felony counts in state court, including the murder charge and obstruction of justice in the investigation. She is also facing seven federal charges for the selling of prescription drugs. She is due in federal court on Sept. 6 on the drug charges.

Baker has more than 20 additional misdemeanors and infractions pending against her, as well.

Reilly argued that all of Catawba County has been affected by the death of Zahra, citing the vigil in honor of what would have been her 11th birthday in November. He said more than 1,000 people came to the event.

Hickory Mayor Rudy Wright said, ‘there’s no one here that wasn’t touched in some way by Zahra,’” Reilly quoted.

He went on to cite the numerous charitable efforts that have been conducted in Zahra’s name and in her memory.

“The outpouring is wonderful, but it makes it impossible for Elisa to get a fair trial,” Reilly said. “Interest has not waned since September 2010. It’s now Aug. 1, 2011. Interest in the case now is just as high.”

Reilly also pointed to newspapers, TV stations and blogs where commenters can post their thoughts on the investigation. He said they have convicted Baker before she’s had a fair trial. He called the publicity “overwhelming.”

“It’s not necessarily fact and it may be inadmissible at trial,” Reilly said. “It makes it impossible for my client to get a fair trial.”

He also said the district attorney has worked to keep the case at the forefront of people’s minds, helping to introduce legislation to make the penalties stiffer if someone dismembers a body to conceal a crime.

The prosecutor’s table was crowded with support — the three lead investigators with the Hickory Police Department who headed up the investigation, as well as prosecutors Michael Van Buren and Sean McGinnis. However, it was District Attorney Jay Gaither who made the argument against change of venue to Kincaid.

He cited the state statute and said Reilly’s reasons were not enough.

“These facts are not enough to warrant a change of venue,” Gaither said. “Media coverage is not enough. I don’t believe the defense has met the burden of proof.”

He said he still believed a fair jury of 12 people could be found in Catawba County.

Kincaid disagreed.

He said there has been legislation Gaither has supported, as well as commentary from the community questioning why Baker hasn’t been charged with first-degree murder. Kincaid also said the case has been “highly inflammatory.”

“There are a lot of things that have been printed or reproduced that would never be admitted as evidence,” he said.

Kincaid said one of the problems with a change of venue with Baker, however, is that it isn’t just one trial. Baker is charged with nine felonies in Catawba and Caldwell counties, which could be three, four or five trials, he said.

“Not many courthouses have facilities or courtrooms sitting around empty,” he said.

Kincaid said there are two options: try the cases in a different county, or go to another county, select the jurors and then bring them back to Catawba County to try the cases locally. Neither option is inexpensive.

Kincaid suggested Dobson or Haywood counties as possibilities. He told both the district attorney’s office and the defense to think of where they might like the cases to be heard and to be ready with suggestions in September.

Kincaid suggested the two counties because they have more than one superior court judge. He hinted that the cases could be tried in different venues.

Reilly had said he would be interested in Wilmington or elsewhere along the coast because it was furthest away from Catawba County.

Kincaid said he would like possible trial date suggestions from the attorneys on Sept. 12, as well.

He also asked if there had been any plea offer discussions. Gaither said there had not been any agreements, but he would prepare an offer by Sept. 12.

“There are no plea bargains in this case,” Gaither said after the hearing.

Zahra was reported missing in early October, and within days the investigation was changed to a homicide case. Her dismembered remains were found scattered throughout Caldwell County last fall.
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