The murder of 19-year-old Jessica Lane Chambers is perhaps one of the most gruesome acts of violence in recent memory. The full backstory is available here. However, in the comments section LJP asks a question and ponders a research concern.
I’ll explain after you watch this video. Watch and “listen” closely:
The reporter filed the report 90 hours after Jessica Lane Chambers investigation begins.
Why is the reporter the one to “find” the CCTV video at a gas station less than a mile from where the crime scene took place? In a rural area with little to no other similar possibilities to exist?
You’ll note it is the reporter’s recording of the screen displaying the CCTV video that’s being displayed, not the CCTV video itself.
Think about it.
Jessica was killed Saturday night. You’ve heard that MBI joined the investigation on Sunday, Feds and additional resources on Monday. Yet Tuesday night the reporter finds the video? Why didn’t Local, State and or Federal officials already have the video?
The simple answer, the Occam’s Razor answer, is that they were not looking for it.
So, why weren’t they looking for it?
The simple answer, the Occam’s razor answer, is that they don’t need it.
So, why don’t they need it?
The simple answer, the Occam’s razor answer, is that they already have what they need.
….. and then, when you accept what is in front of you, you get to the heart of the matter, you get to the construct of the script.