Day #5 – Mississippi Burning – The Murder of Jessica Lane Chambers – Investigation Continues, Reward Offered

Friday begins day #5 since Jessica Lane Chambers was murdered on 12/7/14.

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Day #2 THREAD Day #3 THREAD Day #4 THREAD

New Updates from Day #4 include the following:

♦  Confirmed. There was damage to the rear of Jessica’s car when it was found at the crime scene. Note – there was no damage to the rear of Jessica’s 2005 Kia Rio prior to the night of her murder. (link)

♦  A reward of $11,000 is now offered and that amount is expected to increase. (link)

♦  An incorrect timestamp (not corrected to Daylight Savings) on the CCTV video changes the timeline considerably.

♦  Preliminary autopsy results along with DNA results are anticipated to be announced today.

New Timeline now corrected for Daylight Savings time:

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1) Jessica arrived at M&M First Stop Gas at 5:25pm
2) Exits car, approaches store, then walks out of frame until 5:27pm
3) Enters store at 5:27:15 pays (for gas?) then exits store at 5:28:15pm
4) Arrives back at car 5:28:27pm
5) Opens car door, either places something inside or uses interior latch to access gas tank.
6) Pumps gas from 5:29pm to ? (news footage didn’t show timestamp)
7) Gets in car and drives away–estimated time now around 5:32pm?
8) Jessica’s mom, Lisa Chambers, has phone conversation with Jessica at 6:48pm (Jessica is going to get something to eat)
9) Fire Department respond to a 911 call at 8:13pm (Jessica Discovered)

jessica chambers 8PANOLA CO, MS (WMC) – DNA evidence could be the key to solving the murder case of a 19-year-old Panola County teenager. Jessica Chamber was discovered Saturday night next to her burning car, burned all over her body.

Her father, Ben Chambers, said “It’s real frustrating. It’s so hard the unknown is what’s so hard. Everybody is working so hard.”

Jessica Chambers was last seen on store surveillance video when she went to a convenience store near her Courtland home. The clerk, Ali Fadhel, said he was surprised she bought so much gas and joked with her. He said Chambers usually purchased $3 or $4.

“Like, wow, why you spending $14 in gas,'” said Fadhel.

He says Chambers told him she was going somewhere, but that he did not know where she was going. Fadhel also says Jessica never mentioned any problems to him and he says she probably would have.

Her father believes suspects in the case should have evidence on them. Chambered noted, “Jessica was a fighter. Whoever it was they’re going to have some marks. Jessica is the kind of girl, she ain’t going to lay down and let somebody do that to her.” (video with store clerk and father at link)

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After getting gas at M&M First Stop Gas Station (8967 Highway #51, Courtland, Mississippi)

Jessica leaves station headed South, away from home at 5:32pm.

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Jessica’s vehicle was discovered on fire at 8:13pm (2352 Herron Road, Courtland, Mississippi).

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Vehicle Pictures:

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Anyone With Information Is Urged To Call Panola County Sheriff’s Office (662)563-6230

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964 Responses to Day #5 – Mississippi Burning – The Murder of Jessica Lane Chambers – Investigation Continues, Reward Offered

  1. dsp says:

    I’m not an expert in these matters and crime analysis is not a hobby or a topic I have closely studied.

    But, doesn’t the fact that police haven’t rolled this up after 5 days, and the fact that rewards are being offered, point away from the idea the killer was a person known to her?

    Sorry in advance for sounding ignorant, but….

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    • McGuffin says:

      Imo, The police take a lot longer than 5 days to make a good solid case and arrest someone. Also imo the reward is strictly to get the friends of the killer to talk. Snitches get stitches etc. Sometimes money helps.

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  2. John Denney says:

    If her car was damaged by another vehicle, there should be corresponding evidence on the other vehicle, if only paint flecks.

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  3. Jay says:

    Did they even check the phone for prints before they just started going through it

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  4. cajunkelly says:

    Again, here in the south, our teen kids have “pasture parties”. Our kids will get together right out in the middle of a field in the back of nowhere, circle their vehicles with headlights on and music blaring, and build a fire in the middle of the circle.
    Normally this is done on property owned by a relative or friend of one of the kids and is done with their permission. IIRC this phenom was covered in a country music song: don’t mess with the bull 😉
    To keep our boys out of trouble, we and our friends got together and set up an old RV at the mouth of a local river. This is where they partied, and where they slept it off instead of driving home possibly inebriated. (no, we didn’t condone (or enable) teen drinking, but we were not blind to the fact that it happens)
    On the night/early morning that 5 of my middle son’s best friends died when a graduation gift to one of the boys from his parents (a Jag) left the highway at a high rate of speed, resulting in horrendous fatal injuries to them all, I couldn’t stop screaming until I got a call through to my son, reassuring me that he WAS there at that old “party camp” and not at the last-day-of-school party he’d asked (and been denied) permission to go to.
    I said all that to explain this: “partying” for teens raised in the boonies is quite different from “partying” in urban areas

    Life is so fragile, and I thank my God that I never received that awful phone call that Jessica’s parents got, and will never get over.

    Yes, life is fragile, proven to me once again this morning, after a phone call from DH telling me that one of his employees got that awful phone call at work early this morning: horrendous wreck on the interstate, one sister deceased, mother, two more sisters and a 3 year old niece have been life flighted to the hospital. Prayers to accompany ours greatly appreciated.

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    • Tkim says:

      Cajunkelly how awful. Praying for that family…

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    • evolveideas says:

      The last-day-of-school pasture party you describe was held at the sheriff’s ranch in the little town where our kiddos grew up. Deputies were at the gate and deputies took keys when the trucks/cars were parked. No one got their keys returned before good daylight the next morning and no one drove home drunk, high, or hungover. You were as wise as the men of our community by providing them a place to do what they were going to do anyway. Kudos to you.

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    • jason says:

      awful 😦 Prayers!!!

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    • michellc says:

      My prayers go out to the family.

      Yes, life is fragile, we are never promised tomorrow.

      Country kids are different, many of them can be content sitting around a fire telling jokes, ghost stories and just acting goofy.

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    • beth60497 says:

      I grew up on the edge of the country.. Farms to the west, suburbia starting to the east. We did the pasture/road parties too. As well as one of my friend’s parents would buy the keg & let us party at their house. All partying was done in the escape proof basement. Keys were turned in when we go there, and no one that had any drinks was allowed to drive. Girls slept upstairs, guys down. Most of our parents knew… although maybe didn’t condone, but we lost no one to drunk driving while we were in school.
      Of course, this was 30 years ago. You wouldn’t dare do that now…the liability and criminal prosecution would be life wrecking.

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  5. JohnP says:

    Just a couple of things to add to the conversation. I own a 2005 Kia Rio, it’s my wife car. I can assure you Jessica was not driving with the seat reclined. My wife is about the same height as Jessica judging from the the gas station footage. About 5′ 2″ give or take. I’m 6′ 4″ I can’t even get in the car without reclining the seat two steps, and when I don’t put it back my wife screams because she can’t see over the dash board. The Rio is a small light car, with tiny tires. It’s lousy on mud or snow. It’s also very low to the ground. I guess what I’m getting to is I don’t think a Rio could climb that far up an incline unless it was full out flying or someone pushed it and if it was going really fast, the front is so low it would have plowed up several feet of that sod until the car almost reached the angle of the incline.

    The other thing I noticed after watching the tape several times is that an employee of the gas station and the guy in the blue coat both passed within a few yards of Jessica and may have seen whoever she was talking to.

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    • fred says:

      Those are such obvious observations and the cops ran those down days ago so something is wrong here. Everyone says an assailant pushed her car up the hill and filled her with accelerant not sure what lit her on fire and bailed. The tarcks and foot prints would be there and the paint on his car. He’d be in jail days ago it’s just too easy so what is wrong.

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      • JohnP says:

        It’s like the DA said it’s way too quiet. Nobody is talking. That tells me it’s either a stranger from out of town, a loner, or someone who can scare people into silence. None are easy to catch.

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        • SM says:

          I don’t understand how the streets are quite when all of her friends have been posting on FB that it was domestic violence. I’m quite sure that little town is full of talk.

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          • JohnP says:

            Skip down and read the posts about the tips from the Anonymous guy on twitter. Evidently the party Jessica went right before she was killed was a a gang bangers crib. Just the type to scare people into silence.

            Anonymous owns the web, beware the geek.

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            • sher69 says:

              where is that link JOHN?

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              • JohnP says:

                Sundance posted it way down in the comments.

                #JessicaChambers Gang signs flashed in from of the last known place Jessica was seen #Anonymous Has a Further reach pic.twitter.com/qdu7CUmVFF

                — Anon0Hour1 (@0Hour1) December 12, 2014

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          • JohnP says:

            I don’t know if the Anonymous guy is on to something or not, but he’s threatening to release the names of all the gang members. He must have phished twitter for tweats about a party on the 6th in the area. The twitter feed is #OperationJessica.

            I watched these guys expose a bunch of IS fanboys on twitter. They are impressive and ruthless.

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  6. 7delta says:

    Oh no, cajunkelly. I’m terribly sorry about your DH’s family. Absolutely will remember all of you specifically in prayers.

    I understand your experiences with your sons. My children have lost an unusual number of friends to various tragedies and those long moments of waiting to hear from them when they were away from home are the longest ‘years’ of my life. My thoughts and prayers go out to all parents who lose their children, for whatever reason, and to all families that are grieving.

    May God shelter all of you in His love and comfort.

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  7. LLewis says:

    Have we thought about maybe that her car was backed up the hill? The trunk damage came from hitting the tree?

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  8. sundance says:

    Did the press conference take place ? If so, what were results?

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  9. sundance says:

    More footage of surrounding area.

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    • tappin52 says:

      That was weird. But it’s making me think.

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      • sundance says:

        Yeah, the theory is whacko… but he points to the obvious in the CCTV video. That part is absolutely accurate. The rest is tin-foil-hat stuff…

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        • AghastInFL says:

          thanks for the clarity… for all of the concern related to the case the fact the narrator did not know that Chambers worked for the Sheriff left me, unimpressed (the best word I could muster).

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        • michellc says:

          So the question is why did they cut out a minute of the video? Also, what did the store clerk bring out and hand to that one guy?

          The Satan stuff is a little far fetched for me and I am a believer and probably over half my clothes are red and blue because I just happen to like those colors.lol

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      • I ‘m not sure about the cult connection but the M&M First Stop is a 1 stop shopping place for gas, snacks and drugs…and everyone who frequents the place and who works there and the DA and the Sheriff and the Fire Chief are all in on it or complicit. And so was Jessica, the ultimate victim. Awful. The Feds are going to have to take charge after Jessica’s funeral if Boss Hawg and his sidekick don’t come up with the perp(s).

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      • Les says:

        That was strange. He had some good points about the store. Either they want big money to release all the footage or they are protecting their backyard customers, maybe afraid of being burned out. The better gas station is probably on the main highway.

        cajunkelly summed up small town partying pretty well. Underage kids are going to do it, usually outside. Even in winter. Her attacker had to cross her path at the gas station, car wash (we’ll never know if she cleaned her car that evening if they didn’t check the trash, or at the party.

        She was probably assaulted then killed because she knew her attacker. It may have absolutely nothing to do with the current racial rioting atmosphere but it is surely bad timing. In fact, it probably doesn’t have anything to do with “Hands Up, Can’t Breathe.” It is just business as usual for a certain segment of society. The DOJ is having a hard time defending people who just won’t behave. Protest Training is failing them just like school did. Derrick Turner had to get his 15 minutes and do the interview so now we all know the cops think it was a person of color who did this. They can’t hide all the damage being done across the country at once. People already know young gang members and thugs cause trouble every single day. Ferguson just irritated us enough to start saying it out loud.

        They are cutting retirements now to pay for all the non-producers. Why do we never tell these people NO?

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        • fred says:

          Was there even another car there. Where are the tracks. Another driver in her car where are the shoe prints and forensic flags to preserve evidence and the plaster molds. Where.. If not it’s a different story.

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          • oldiadguy says:

            Fred,

            The possibility of finding identifiable tire tracks or footprints at that scene are just about nil. The fire department responded to a car fire and they may have extinguished the fire with water, possibly washing away any tire tracks or footprints. The fire chief said something about trying to preserve evidence, so they may have let the car burn itself out after checking the to see if they could see a body inside the car or they may have used a minimal amount of water (spray mist) to keep the fire from spreading.

            Then you have numerous individuals on the scene after the incident, firefighters, EMS and LEO’s. I suspect that help came from all over the county including off duty personnel. If the ground was suitable for leaving tracks, the first responders would have left tracks as well while they working the scene. I suspect that many other emergency vehicles had pulled “off the road” during the early minutes of this incident, in an effort to help. Those vehicles could have left tire tracks. Which tire tracks are the suspect(s) and which are the responders.

            There is also that hard surface road that leads into the private property. Driving or parking on that surface would not have left any tire tracks.

            One reminder about the fire scene, that location has possibly been hosed down, tramped on and a vehicle that had been burned to the ground drugged through the mud and dirt. Other than give an idea of the location of the vehicle it provides little in the way of visible evidence for us at this point.

            LJP gave an excellent theory of what may have happened earlier in the thread. Good work LJP.

            There has been a lot of good analysis and digging up info by numerous Treepers. I don’t do face book or twitter, but that is where I would be looking at this point.

            Take care

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      • LetJusticePrevail" says:

        Only useful info I got from that was a link to the USA Today site, and the CCTV footage found there. (And NO, contrary to what this YouTube genius claimed, not ALL of the gas station CCTV video is there at USA Today, either)

        I REALLY wish the cops would release the entire, unedited CCTV footage, or that some reporter WITH A BRAIN would go into the M&M First Stop and pay the manager to allow him to download the unedited footage from EVERY camera directly from the DVR to a DVD starting a half-hour BEFORE Jessica arrived and ending a half-hour AFTER she left.

        There is so much that we are not getting to see.

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        • JunieG says:

          The link to wmtv shows police filming the monitor, while store owner Ali, who appears to be a gangland, chooses what they can see. Why have they not obtained a warrant and confiscated the tape? This is crazy.

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        • JunieG says:

          The link to wmtv shows police filming the monitor, while store owner Ali, who appears to be a gangbanga , chooses what they can see. Why have they not obtained a warrant and confiscated the tape? This is crazy.

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    • lovelyd24 says:

      Holy days!!!!! Rocking You know everybody is wanting justice done, and I’m proud to see that, you know like I said everybody knows everybody, and so when something like this happens it effects everybody boy is their Fire Chief, is that accurate? I looked for images and his picture is one that comes up.

      Has striped shirt guy ever been seen since he was questioned and eliminated as a suspect? Do we know the name of the striped shirt guy?

      Not with him on the Satanism and other blue/red stuff but the missing footage is a good catch.

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      • I might be nitpicking, but he said Sadism, each time.

        Maybe there’s no difference.

        The missing footage is damning.

        The fire chief. WTF is THAT? And the police chief… Boss Hogg, indeed.

        Curiouser x2.

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        • lorac says:

          He did say “sadism” each time, but at the end he starts talking about the appearances of the number 6 and also mentions cults. I think he meant “satanism”, but said “sadism”.

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    • lou says:

      some good points made…..are the missing time frames from the video done purposefully by the store people are is this at the direction of the cops?…or mbi?…..

      don’t trust blacks to tell the truth when it comes to ratting out one of their own…
      and I don’t trust no fire chief who is sitting there acting stoned, rocking, with SUNGLASSES on his head…..he is just strange…

      someone mentioned that Jessica when called to my somebody off camera looked like she didn’t want to go….like…”uh oh…I’m being called into the principals office and I’m in trouble again”…

      something stinks to high heaven….

      glad I live in the bland north…..we have our trash too however…
      seems to me its a very poor area….seems to me Jessica herself didn’t have two nickels to rub together……

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      • michellc says:

        Jessica is 19 and at least had a job, but like most 19 year old kids doesn’t have much wealth of her own. Poor doesn’t equal criminal. If you saw what I drive you would probably think I don’t have two nickels to rub together. When reality is I can afford a new car, I choose not to own a new car because I like older cars.
        Never judge a book by it’s cover.

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      • Dixie Darling says:

        This was a volunteer fire department so it doesn’t seem too out of place that the fire chief is a young looking rocking dolt.

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    • angie says:

      The first 3/4’s was excellent especially about the tape. We know from Ferguson Market that a lot of convenience stores have funneled money to terrorists. This one is likely no different.

      This is why when the clerk said in an interview that, Jessica walks into the store, leaves, and walks in again, we never saw it. It’s in part of the video he neglected to show the reporter. Barney Fife had never even asked about the tape so unless the reporter can once again do the sheriff’s work for him and ask to see all of the tape, we won’t find out what was on the other parts of the tape.

      Regarding the white car, has anyone else thought that there are people in it the whole time? The guy with the Elmer Fudd hat is shown near the passenger side door as Jessica is pulling near the pump. It looks to me like there are at least a couple of other people in the car BUT the reflection from the lights and the door opening and closing may be creating a false impression.

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    • TexasRanger says:

      The fellow that made the 8.29 minute video above mis-identified the sheriff and the District Attorney, he got them confused.

      The Sheriff – Dennis Darby is the one wearing the black jacket with the sheriff’s department patch on the left sleeve. The sheriff stands on the right in the video.

      The District Attorney John Champion is the one wearing the short sleeve polo shirt, with the big belly and balding hair. The DA’s the one doing most of the talking. The DA stands on the left in the video.

      Jessica’s father Ben Chambers works as a mechanic for the sheriff’s department and so he too wears a sheriff’s department patch on his jacket sleeve.

      The guy that made that video has obviously been reading to many conspiracy novels.

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  10. sundance says:

    Panola County has some growing issues which might be in play here: This report is from September (3 months ago)

    PANOLA COUNTY, Miss. — Crime tape still surrounds the Hilltop Grocery in Curtis, Miss., because detectives say this building and the land around it have more to tell.

    A shootout here early Saturday left 20-year-old Quendez Robinson and 2 -year-old Rodrick Scurlock dead, and as many as three others injured.

    Neighbors say the commotion came as a complete shock.

    ”Not much happens out here like this, not this far out in the County, so it’s a shock yeah,” Jerry Beaver said.

    It comes as Panola County has struggled to gain the upper hand against gangs after a series of deadly incidents over the last few years.

    http://wreg.com/2014/09/22/sheriff-confirms-panola-gang-disturbance/

    Might be worth plot mapping. Jessica home, Jessica at gas station, jessica death, and this previous crime scene.

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    • striket1977 says:

      That’s over 90 miles away (1 hr 25 min) and it’s not in Curtis, Mississippi. It’s actually located in Shannon, Mississippi.

      http://www.panolian.com/contentitem/378413/1180/hilltop-shooting

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    • RangerZero says:

      Hilltop Grocery is on Curtis Rd near Macedonia Rd northwest of Batesville…
      Trying to Google Map it with street view

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      • These are the same kinds of geniuses we saw in Ferguson and the people that Jessica opted to visit on a daily basis at the M&M for gas, snacks, car clean out and maybe drugs. What would be the going rate for a small amount of weed, met or coke? So $5 for gas and another $5 or $6 for a small hit except on Saturday Dec 6th it was $14 in gas and the drugs free at the party point she learned about when she was called to the side of the store out of sight from the video. She had some place to go alright. There are a couple of very vicious gangbangers hanging out in Panola County and that night they swallowed Jessica whole. The sheriff is frightened of them, too because they wouldn’t hesitate to take his kids and do the same thing.. M&M even doctored the surveillance videos to cut the perps and drug activity out of view.. Sundance was right…cops know their man. But they haven’t buried him..They are just afraid to arrest him. Except now it’s gone viral and they are going to have to do something…Maybe Eric Holder will look upon this dark moment as an opportunity to show that he is AG for all the people including us white ones.and get Justice for Jessica.

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          “Maybe Eric Holder will look upon this dark moment as an opportunity to show that he is AG for all the people including us white ones.and get Justice for Jessica.” Ha, ha, ha, ha.

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  11. sundance says:

    High Def footage of the scene. Helps with context.

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  12. LLewis says:

    Here is Ali – the OWNER of M & M. The person who gave the interview about Jessica –
    https://www.facebook.com/basem.alsanai?pnref=friends.search
    And here is Derrick…the one who was wanted. Funny he posted a status on the 9th about F the Police…
    https://www.facebook.com/tinchie.taylor?pnref=lhc

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    • LLewis says:

      Gas station owner also had cell phone pix of the inside of the car. Seems to me like the rollback stopped somewhere before it went to the impound lot and he got to take some pictures…these are not shown anywhere else…

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      • Renee says:

        Read the comments. So Ali is the store clerk and a couple hours after the event he says “they poured gasoline in her mouth…” He also had picks of the car on the tow truck and the inside of car, i assume he took at the scene. So he was allowed at scene to take pictures??? And he knew info from the responders. Correct?

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        • JunieG says:

          Where is this comment?

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        • TCS says:

          Look at the pic he post of the car on the tow truck. There’s a flag in the background behind the car with a weird sun face or something on it.

          If you look up his gas station on google street view…that same flag is in front of his station.

          Did the tow truck pass his station and he happened to take a pic as it went by….or did the tow truck pull into his station? That would be….odd, no?

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          • Renee says:

            Now I think the tow truck driver pulled into the station and stopped. Who knows why?

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          • sundance says:

            What picture? where are you seeing a picture?

            Links are your friend. Links. Links. Links.

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            • dizzymissl says:

              Links won’t post, but go to twitter and put in her name with a hashtag. Anonymous is involved and is releasing photos.

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            • TCS says:

              Click on the ‘comments’ area under the pic of the two girls that LLewis posted. That will take you to Jayce Holmes’ FB page and the comments. In those comments is Ali posting the pics of the car on the tow truck….with that sun face flag (or whatever it is) in the background.

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            • Renee says:

              I can see them in LLewis post above with picture of Jessica. With another girl.. I see them when I click on view 36 comments.

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            • Ziiggii says:

              Sun – you can not see the pictures on Ali’s facebook page, but you can still see them in the comment section of the link LLewis posted here again (sorry for double posting! think it got to confusing where to find them)

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              • sundance says:

                When the conversation devolves to such an extent that confusion is the primary problem it is best to start a “new comment” explain the problem, explain how you are clarifying, and then share the information with the clarity so that others can understand.

                About half of the people who are commenting on these threads have no concept of how to communicate accurately and/or succinctly; their goal is self indulgent.

                Many people want to express an opinion, as a consequence they put no effort into their communication – because it is a one way street. The recipient is secondary to their espousals, because the primary focus is on themselves.

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                • Ziiggii says:

                  mental note taken and hope that my posts have not come across as the type you have described. If they have, it was not my intention and will do better to follow the posting rules and remember to add as much detail as to the 5 W’s (who, what, when, where and the backwards how). I do not mean to cause frustrations or to seem conceded in my posts. Not my intention! I want to contribute and share in a way that is beneficial to the community. I apologize if I have come across that way.

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            • Dixie Darling says:

              This is not the one you are asking for but it is the best I can do being totally ignorant on how to post pages from facebook here.

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          • 7delta says:

            I’ve looked closely at both flags. The blade flag at the gas station is torn, but it looks like it says krispy crunchy chicken. It appears to simply be an advertisement. The truck flag is a similar design, but not the same sunny face. The flame-hair is not the same pattern. The truck sun face is only a half face and the eyes are different.

            If there’s significance, it must just be in theme, not in the actual flag. I couldn’t find anything that connected sunny face designs with anything gang related or otherwise, but I’ll look around more as I can.

            I have both cropped and enlarged pictures saved in email, the only place I can edit pictures on my computer easily (Paint wouldn’t crop for some reason) and don’t have a photo-sharing account, so if anyone wants them, I can email them to someone to post, but just a close look at both shows they’re different.

            I’ll look into a photo-sharing site.

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        • JunieG says:

          This post by store owner Ali is highly significant. It is the first report that an accelerants was used, poured down her throat.

          What I thought was the original source was the doctor at the hospital where Jessica died, the doctor telling her father.
          Now we see someone at the scene in Courtland noticed that accelerants were used, and told Ali when they came to the store, when he took the photos of her car. Unless he had a difference source for his info….

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        • JunieG says:

          Ali’s 2am comment in this thread, that she had gas poured down her throat, is highly significant. Dad had said the doctor told him this at the hospital, but it seems first responders noted this use of accelerants, and told store owner Ali this. Unless he had another way of knowing….

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          • TexasRanger says:

            Jessica herself, may have related the information about the gas to the fire chief as he tried to comfort her while waiting for the helicopter to airlift her to a Memphis hospital. It would have taken at least 20 or more minutes for the helicopter to arrive at the scene.

            I’m assuming the wrecker driver arrived on the scene pretty quickly, and the information was passed on to him about the gasoline.

            After the wrecker driver loaded Jessica’s burned out car on his truck he may have decided to stop at M&M First Stop store for one reason or another. Where pictures were taken and the information about the gasoline was passed to the people at the store.

            Fire chief and authorities have said numerous times that Jessica spoke to them.

            But, it’s all just speculation and conjecture on our part, only those directly involved will know for sure.

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      • Renee says:

        Is Ali the owner OR the clerk?

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        • JunieG says:

          He posts 11/29 that at 19 he owns his own store with lots of cameras and fake a** b****es working for him. He sure is flashing a lot of cash and toys.

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      • firefly says:

        These comments in Jaycee Holmes` post should be saved.

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    • JunieG says:

      Oh my. Gangbanger. Good find.

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    • lovelyd24 says:

      Well Ali’s Facebook is definitely interesting, one of you folks with computer skills might want to take some screenshots.

      From Ali’s Facebook and it certainly appears to be the right Ali to me.

      https://scontent-b-ord.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xap1/v/t1.0-9/10847811_754838101260036_3641879159739883609_n.jpg?oh=ff7b72fa8bd16723d0a57c031ea0c6dd&oe=55148372

      Ali is Muslim or has lots of Islamic posting on his page, perhaps Darby: We’re a Christian county. We believe in Jesus. We’ll figure this out is a little more ominous and a little less off the wall than it sounded, not about Ali in particular but about knowledge that Darby has.

      Pure Speculation but what a wreck of a draw would it be for the BGI and associates if this is a crime committed by a black Muslim?

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    • sundance says:

      I don’t have the original source on this picture yet. Just saw it on the twitter feed. It’s taken outside of the gas station.

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      • JunieG says:

        I’ve always been one of those fools who lets their gas go to empty, but after seeing “small town Mississippi” I have seen the light and will keep my tank full. I was not expecting a town of 400 to have characters like this!

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        • lorac says:

          I was thinking that, too, that it’s ruining our country that even country towns have these types. Where is it safe anymore? Montana? North Dakota?

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      • michellc says:

        That pic is in Ali’s photos on FB, there are some more of black guys flashing signs.

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    • lovelyd24 says:

      Are you 100% sure that Tinchie Taylor is Derrick ? Because if it is him there is something very interesting in his profile. I am terrible at faces so I would like confirmation that Tinchie and the Derrick who was brought in for questioning are one and the same. Thanks, not doubting you I just would like to be doubly sure.

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    • tappin52 says:

      You know, something always bothered me about the owner of the gas station. He claimed that Jessica would have told him if she was having trouble with someone. Even if she was a regular customer and she was aware of her shopping habits, he should not have been so familiar with her personal life. I think that there is more to be discovered with this fellow. I just had an immediate red flag pop into my head the first time I heard him.

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      • thevelvetkitten says:

        you read my mind….agreed…plus the comment about how much gas she put in bothers me as well…just not a detail I think one would think of right off the bat after a customer you know fairly well has been possibly murdered….too many details…now with them hiding parts of the video and things they found on his fb page….very strange.

        Now as far as knowing personal details..i live in a small town and have been going to the same store for years.. she has watched my kid grow up..so most there know impersonal personal details.

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        • thevelvetkitten says:

          also don’t many of that faith use businesses as fronts to send money for their religions deeds ..especially gas stations. i would want to know did he remain in the store or did he have someone else working and left. maybe she told him exactly where she was going. did she really put in 14.00? There is audio with some video..why not all..like when she was talking with him?

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    • oldiadguy says:

      Click on the two photos.

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    • Dixie Darling says:

      Don’t know if anyone else clicked on that facebook picture of Ali, the store owner holding that ominous looking weapon but I did and there are 26 pictures stacked beneath that top picture including one of someone holding a LOT of money fanned out just like the facebook pictures of some of the Ferguson crowd. Also in the comments by the pictures, there are a lot of comments in Arabic. I do not have a facebook account and do not know how to post pictures from facebook to here. I hope someone will pick up on this and grab them before they are scrubbed.

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  13. sundance says:

    The area where firefighters found the teen with burns all over her body is otherwise nondescript, aside from the crime scene tape. A rural road with no dividing line leads to a green gate and dirt driveway that sits a few feet from the tree and skid marks.

    On Thursday, a CNN crew saw a man in a Panola County Sheriff’s Office pickup truck collect something from the ground, less than 50 feet from the tree, place it in a paper bag and drive off. He stopped a short distance down the road and crouched by the roadside, placing something else in a paper bag and driving away.

    http://www.wapt.com/national/da-jessica-chambers-phone-provides-leads/30183846?utm_campaign=WAPT&utm_content=cUmkzP&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=trueAnthem:+New+Content#!cUmkzP

    Second Story:

    PANOLA CO, MS (WMC) – Jessica Chambers’ family members are anxiously waiting for investigators to release autopsy results in their loved one’s death.

    DNA and autopsy results are expected Friday.

    Family members will remember the 19-year-old Saturday during a closed-casket funeral service at Wells Funeral Home in Batesville, Mississippi at 2 p.m. People who can’t attend the service will be able to watch the service online via the funeral home’s website.

    Friday, at a visitation at the funeral home, loved ones will get a chance to write farewell messages on Chambers’ white casket with red and green markers for the holidays.

    http://www.wmcactionnews5.com/story/27615099/autopsy-results-expected-soon-in-jessica-chambers-death

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  14. lovelyd24 says:

    Less than 12 hours after taking pictures of Jessica’s car. Hmmm…

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  15. sundance says:

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  16. Ziiggii says:

    So CNN, using the same press conference that was held by the Sheriff and DA, produce a story that continues to spread a lie saying that accelerate was used on her and the car. This accelerate angle was said by the DA to be “… a false rumor” and that they [DA and Sheriff’s Department] were asking them [press] for assistance in stopping! CNN a great journalistic news organization.

    http://us.cnn.com/2014/12/11/us/mississippi-girl-burns-to-death/?hpt=ob_blogfooter&iref=obnetwork

    http://www.cnn.com/video/api/embed.html#/video/crime/2014/12/12/ac-dnt-savidge-teen-burned-alive-update.cnn

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  17. Watch this: Besides all the La-La at the end, this man has great points.

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b4c_1418411265

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  18. dizzymissl says:

    Check out Twitter #jessicachambers. Is anonymous getting involved?

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  19. darcybgl says:

    Link to news story of two shootings in Batesville on September 2. References known gang activity in Panola county.

    Whether the shooting is gang related, no one will say.

    People in the neighborhood do say gangs are a problem in Batesville.

    Police chief Tony Jones admits gangs are in and around Panola County, but says officers try to keep a handle on it.

    “We’ve been able to solve those situations, most of ’em, It just happens unfortunately,” Jones said.

    Batesville officers were called to a second shooting ten minutes after the first one.

    The second shooting happened about six miles away at the Westridge apartments.

    http://www.localmemphis.com/story/d/story/batesville-police-investigate-monday-evening-shoot/16025/YTt8IPnPMUSGnrDvxGTN5w

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  20. darcybgl says:

    Link to a photo from Google Maps. This is the back of the Volunteer Fire Department building at W Railroad and Main St. The marked police car resembles the Batesville cars. Is it possible that this office in the back serves as a satellite office for Batesville PD. This location is less than a mile from where Jessica was found.
    https://goo.gl/maps/hZkJ8

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    • coeurdaleneman says:

      It wouldn’t surprise me that “Anon” is really connected to law enforcement. There’s something not right there.

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      • dizzymissl says:

        Could be. It is interesting he/she is leaking this during Jessica’s memorial service.

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        • coeurdaleneman says:

          What I find more coincidental is that this stuff is surfacing shortly after the cops getting access to her phone. The leads provided must have been a veritable fountain.

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        • What Anon says is exactly what appears to be happening and what is. Boss Hogg DA and Sheriff Jesus Darby are afraid of the drug dealing gang but figured as long as they were contained at M&M in Courtland where you would drive to keep on going nowhere it would be manageable. But with the viscous sacrifice of the vulnerable young lady now gone international the town’s cover is blown and the incompetence of local LE in full view..

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          • coeurdaleneman says:

            I’m not at the point of besmirching the local LEO yet. There is a good chance that these are OK folks with minimal resources coping with a problem that handicaps the biggest of law enforcement nationwide. They are dealing with a power structure that has convinced America that processing the black crime wave is unfair, and woe to those that think otherwise; in addition to being swamped by it.

            This country is is dire need of a soul-searching that hasn’t happened yet.

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            • I don’t buy that. Sundance was right on the 1st night of this topic. Occam’s razor. The local cops should have picked these guys up before the embers cooled. Now the situation is much much worse,

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              • coeurdaleneman says:

                Huh? So the police should have arrested someone on the basis of hunches? I’m sorry. Somewhere down the line, a prosecutor is going to have to have solid evidence based upon CSI lab work that wasn’t completed until later.

                Right now, investigators are going through a mountain of leads provided by CSI data and clues provided by getting access to JC’s phone. It has been only six days since the crime. Relax. I’m sure that local cops have their hunches. But arrests should be made only after getting ducks in a row.

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            • sundance says:

              I’ll besmirch them. Why? Because in two related gang shootings in the “immediate area”, the LEO response was “wait ti we hear what the word on the street is, and that’s how we’ll catch them”.

              Really?

              The sum total of the investigative methodology, the central point of investigative effort, is to listen to the “word on the street”, as opposed to going and finding the factual evidence that is not subject to interpretation (vis-a-vi a CCTV recording)

              And then when a CCTV recording is found by another reporter, who probably heard about it’s possibility from that word on the street, the sum total of the investigation is to record the screen playing of the CCTV from a sketchy character very likely a suspect with motive to hide the events?

              Yeah. We used to call it “Podunk” interrogation. It still exists.

              Go get em’ flash…..

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      • Stormy says:

        I have always felt that someone within Anonymous has a deep personal connection to a rape victim; either one of them was one, or one of their loved ones was, after the way they broke open the Steubenville, Ohio rape case. [2012… involved members of a perennial championship small town football team and literally, the entire town was involved in silencing and covering up until Anonymous came in and hacked cell phones, computers, etc., and exposed the evil.]

        Anonymous’ desire for justice for rape victims, especially those whose rapists are shielded by an evil, unjust code of silence seems to supercede its other agendas.

        I’ve always held a Mark 9:40 type feeling towards them because of that Steubenville rape case.

         Mark 9:40 (NASB)
        

        For he who is not against us is *for us.

        • Or on our side

        Thank you, Anonymous.

        you know.

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        • Stormy says:

          I wonder if Anonymous knows that the Community Relations Service of the United States Department of Justice (CRS of the DOJ) is Steubenville’ing the facts of Jessica’s assault and murder?

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        • firefly says:

          Just like in regular society there is good and evil. Anons have both.

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        • Stormy says:

          Anonymous, the Feds have stepped in… but not for Jessica.

          On Tuesday, December 9, 2014, ” two sedans pulled into the parking lot of the Panola Sheriffs office. Six people exited the vehicles walked into the building and introduced themselves.

          They were from the federal DOJ. An MBI officer looked puzzled and asked “who called the FBI”?

          The response was: “We’re not the FBI, and we don’t take calls, we make calls, were from the community relations service”.”

          https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2014/12/09/she-couldnt-breathe-the-brutal-murder-of-19-year-old-jessica-lane-chambers-with-video/comment-page-1/#comment-1144053

          They are the ones Steubenvilling this investigation because it doesn’t agree with the Adminstration’s current racial agenda. I can see you are being attacked on twitter for working for justice for Jessica by other Anons for the same reason.

          You can see that Jessica’s family deserves answers and justice.

          Anonymous, thank you for always standing for ALL rape victims… remember your promise… please continue…

          don’t let them talk you out of doing what you know is right for Jessica…

          … and ALL the others…

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  26. timmihendrix says:

    What did I miss? Wasn’t she attacked on Saturday the 6th? Maybe died after midnight(7th)? If so the 5:47pm video of “water boy” could be very important.

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  27. coeurdaleneman says:

    Ok, so blonde gets snuffed by gang members, and an informer tells his regional federal handlers that “boss, this is one to keep tabs on … potential here for ugliness.”

    The feds tiptoe into the scene with minimal resources and, as long as the story remains local media-wise for a few days, no problem. But now the case goes viral. So, CRS in DC makes the call: take charge today.

    Am I wrong?

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  29. lovelyd24 says:

    If this were a novel and not real life, I would guess it played out like this, Jessica’s assailant was in custody very quickly, justice was served swiftly and irrevocably, two communities know exactly what happened and want it kept quite for two different reasons, one community because it would play terribly into their no sweet child ever does anything wrong fantasy/agenda, one because they would be guilty of murder (technically though crime of passion could probably get it reduced) so very very curious are all the peripherals of this case.

    Toby Keith;

    Justice is the one thing you should always find
    You got to saddle up your boys
    You got to draw a hard line
    When the gun smoke settles we’ll sing a victory tune
    We’ll all meet back at the local saloon
    We’ll raise up our glasses against evil forces
    Singing whiskey for my men, beer for my horses

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  30. olderglory says:

    I continue to believe that someone thought victim’s car needed a more thorough cleaning. Where was the victim and her car Friday night? Victim slept most of the day on Saturday, then got a call, and left to clean out her car. Someone had other plans for her car and for her. Victim’s manner of death was a warning to others.

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    • timmihendrix says:

      Sorry if I missed something but if she was attacked on Saturday the 6th then this video was 20mins after she left. Who’s in the background? Dude in white. Who commented and when? Who “liked” it? The crazy dude seems like a local “celebrity”. Maybe that’s who got her attention. Gotta be some clues.

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      I watched that video and really can’t see the significance of it, other than the fact that it was “uploaded” within 15 minutes of Jessica’s visit to the store. I can’t understand half of what the man is saying in the video, and there doesn’t seem to be anything worth observing in the background. Am I missing something?

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      • sundance says:

        Yes. From what I can gather the towtruck operator is associated with the guy who owns the gas station.

        The photo of the burned car on the flatbed was taken by the gas station owner, at the gas station.

        The owner of the gas station selectively edited his displays of the CCTV with Jessica to avoid showing her full activity.

        The Full activity would have exposed the other events, and characters participating in the events, that happen around said gas station.

        It appears the gas station is the hub of the gangbanger comings and goings, and could be the source of the laundry vehicle for monetary transactions associated with the manufacture, sales, distribution, etc of various drug activities.

        In essence, the gas station is the worst possible place for an innocent now, but was not innocent in historical reference, teenage girl; whose mother thought had escaped the confines of thugdom from where she was previously captured.

        M&M Firststop Gas is the command HQ for the local gang thugs.

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      • lovemygirl says:

        You can see something blatant in comparing photos. The trunk at the gas station and the one later at the impound lot. The trunk is not cut in the earlier photo which means it stopped… Never mind, SD covered it before I finished typing. 😉

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    • Duck65 says:

      I don’t know if the video content is as significant as the connections that it shows. The timing is also important I think.

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  31. Justice_099 says:

    This story is just nuts. So many oddities, a bumbling sheriff, and rumors and misinformation out the wazoo.

    Up above, was mentioned missing footage from the DVR. Did the cops confiscate the video? In a news video, it showed the police also filming off the screen. If that was all they did, they are morons. They should have taken a forensic copy of the hard drive just like they did in Ferguson.

    They would have already gotten her phone records. They would have already looked for pings from the GPS. If the battery was found at the crime scene, then it was removed during/after the attack, most likely just to prevent her from calling for help before she died. But, plenty of evidence on that phone leading up to it.

    In a town this small, it should be fairly simple to figure out who did this.

    If I didn’t know any better, I’d say someone doesn’t want to solve it.

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    • They already know who did it. It was just like Sundance said.
      Control Station is M&M First Stop for gas, food and drugs fueling the gangbangers. Jessica was a willing participant, too but was sacrificed maybe as a statement because she was white. Maybe payback for loveable teddy bear Mike Brown in Ferguson Did you see any other white people in the M&M videos? I only remember 1: the Muslim clerk/owner Ali.

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  32. firefly says:

    Now Im beginning to think LEO put the bogus "She whispered to a firefighter" so they wouldnt have to deal with the gangs and hoped someone would turn themselves in. I don`t think Jessica could have said anything in the condition she was in, if she was still alive.

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    • notasmidgeon says:

      With an accelerant poured down her throat and only the soles of her feet left unburned, I seriously doubt any words would have come from her mouth.

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  33. sundance says:

    Social media scrubbing is going on BIG TIME. Again, for you rookies, you better screen grab or the evidence will poof disappear.

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    • Have you noticed a sudden and/or growing meme on social media postulating how this could have been simply a one-car automobile accident, the Kia had been recalled for defects that could have caused this, etc.? It SEEMS to me, based only on my observations as I read, that this theory has suddenly appeared, or got traction, it’s being put forth a lot now, is trending.

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      • Yes and it’s interesting. Like doing a car autopsy often more revealing than doing an autopsy on the dead person inside the car. But in this case the people advocating a simple tragic fiery car crash left out important parts of the equation like Jessica the prey and the gangbangers her predators etc., etc.,etc.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        I’ve been reading it alot on here.

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        • lovemygirl says:

          I know. All of us love to speculate but it makes no sense when you step back a bit and think. If it looked even remotely like an accident they would not be investigating it as a murder at this date and we keep hearing DNA and other things that make sure that they have real concrete evidence it is a crime. Burning over 98% of the body makes that case for me.

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          • My scientific background has drilled into me an abundance of caution – and that means don’t skimp on abundance. I’ll take the devil’s devil’s devil’s advocate position for a good hour, just to be sure it makes less sense than the prime theory with facts flipped. Exhibit A: the accelerant in the nostrils. Theories turn on a dime as it comes in and goes out of play. For me, the only way to be sure is to be completely unsure.

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            • LetJusticePrevail" says:

              One take on the “accelerant in the nostrils” possibility”

              If someone squirted(or poured) gas into your mouth, wouldn’t the choking reflex cause part of it to come out your nose?

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        • I’d be interested to know if those promoting that theory (that this was purely an accident caused either by the auto or its operator) on here are long-time posters or new posters…Wondering if we’re being seeded by trolls from TPTB (DOJ, etc.) with the accident story, and if it seems to fly, po po will announced they’ve solved the case and closed the file: operator error and defective/recalled car.

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          • PS I cannot imagine ANY white female, nor especially a teen, going into that store. Creepy, nasty, black men loitering everywhere, smarmy muslim at the cash register—I guarantee that white folks anywhere near there drive to Batesville for their gas rather than go there. (Note also that reputable retail establishments do not allow loitering or people “hanging out” because obviously regular folk aren’t going to stop there, much less with wives or children.) But you see places like that in rural Mississippi. In winter the loitering men will have a fire going in a barrel outside. AND I’d agree that the cops are scared of the gangbangers using that location as their drive through drug store. They go pick up their vig each week, and leave them alone. That’s the answer to lots of questions about the absolutely weird behavior of the local LE the last week. Not to mention, besides killing their families, gangbangers would dime out the crooked LE if they themselves were threatened by the law.

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      • It was a contender based on the knowledge state 24-48 hours ago, but among Treepers it’s rapidly de-trending. My prior 40% stock in it is nearly gone and approaching junk status.

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  34. dizzymissl says:

    JessicanBryan FB page is a friend of Charles Landlordkidd.

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  35. coeurdaleneman says:

    Just as an aside … this is the point in these type of cases where, if you’re not a treeper, then you are hopelessly in left field.

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  36. I don’t know how other folks are, but the times when I clean out my car generally are when I am planning on someone else riding in it that day or that evening.

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  37. Please record everything first. Priority for those on computer and not a phone like me.

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    • sundance says:

      Yes this.

      I keep repeating it. Capture the stuff you find (the evidence). Then share the evidence with links to source explaining what is evident in the capture you have already done.

      This preserves the evidence and avoids the problem of those who are trying to retract it from pulling it away from the sunlight.

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  38. Holly says:

    I have screenshots of the 36 comments on Jaycee Holmes Facebook. Not sure how to post them here though.

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    • sundance says:

      You can upload to a fee photo hosting account (like photobucket), then copy the url and control the display of the pictures yourself. OR, you can email them and we will download to the website and post.

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  39. sundaybu says:

    ****Remember, facebook timestamps are misleading***** sometimes they are adjusted for your particular time zone, other times it seems are based on PST, depending on whether you are logged in or not! *****

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  40. PatrickSMcNally says:

    It’s interesting to speculate that drug gangs may be involved, but this still does not explain anything. Are we being told that Jessica was a drug dealer or drug addict? What exactly would be a motive for her murder? Usually drug gangs will bump off someone who owes money. Why would they attract unwanted attention by killing her?

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  41. sundaybu says:

    Before we discuss too much, I think everyone who is able to screenshot and preserve should do so. This stuff is going to vanish once this info has been discovered. “Operation Stealth Wolverines” for now. 🙂

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    • lovemygirl says:

      Somehow my print screen seems to be different at home than it was when I was working. Would you describe what you know how to do to capture the screens?

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      • sundance says:

        Using Microsoft as example:

        find what you want to capture.
        hit “printscreen” key
        open your pictures software or right click on a picture and select –>
        —> open with “paint”
        then hit “paste”
        The entire screen should appear.
        click menu option “crop”
        click/drag and frame the image you want to crop
        click menu option “crop” again
        then use file option to “save”
        select “save as”
        best option is “jpg format”
        give it a name
        click save
        The cropped image is now a picture in your picture file folder under the name you assigned.

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      • sundaybu says:

        On Windows 8, I hold the windows button (4 squares Windows icon button-mine’s at lower left near Fn button on keyboard) at the same time you depress the “Prt Sc” button (mine Prt Sc button is on top row of keyboard. Simultaneously hold both keys until you see a quick dark screen, that means image was captured. Mine is saved to a separate pictures folder. Hope that helps

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      • michellc says:

        Here’s how I did it, my key for some reason is labeled prt scm/sys rq, I clicked it went to start and pulled up paint, once in paint I clicked the paste button, saved it and then uploaded it to photobucket.

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      • LetJusticePrevail" says:

        Here’s a tutorial that shows how I do “screen caps” with my laptop. Click the link at it will take you to the exact comment. (You can zoom in to read the small print)

        https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2013/01/30/we-get-questions/comment-page-1/#comment-1137385

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      • beth60497 says:

        I use the snippet tool rather then print screen so it doesn’t copy all the other crap I have open.

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  42. DeWalt says:

    Has anyone mentioned whether the keys were in ignition? Was car in park or in gear? Hard to say but it appeared to me to be interior as point of origin on car. There is a lot to consider with out seeing a down view of surrounding.

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    • carterzest says:

      good question. Looked like the seats were back and brake up, but those were on the tow truck. Funny, I nevert thought to look for keys. Good thinking. I am gonna go look.

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      • carterzest says:

        There is something that looks like a small silver heart in the approximate location of where keys may be if you blow it up. this is a crappy pic of my computer screen…

        SD, was that the scrape I sent you of Al Alsanai above. If that worked, I will start scraping what I see and saving on email that way. I will only send what is necessary.

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        • Good catch. Could be a mirror ornament as well, but I think you’re right.

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        • VegasGuy says:

          Carterzest…

          I see what could be a heart outline in the approximate location a key would be on the steering column. But the picture is way too fuzzy to accurately make out.

          And it could also be the wiper arm control (sans melted plastic covering) that would also be at that particular location.

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          • Dixie Darling says:

            Hey you guys…..I read on twitter feed somewhere above, can’t remember where that the key was in the ignition, the car was in park and the parking brake was on.

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    • VegasGuy says:

      If you look at the 2 photos poasted above, taken the night of, with the car still on the tow truck,.

      In the lower photo, look between, and slightly forward of, the seats. It appears that the hand brake is pulled up to a 45 degree angle, indicating the car placed in a braking position.

      From that view, go directly right of the driver seat, toward where the dash board would have been.There is an upright thin metal column, the remains of the shift lever.

      It is in a perpendicular position indicating it was put into the Park position. ( P _ R _ N _ D ) is the standard configuration for shifters. So a perpendicular & forward position indicates the car was placed in Park position.

      The tow operator might have moved both levers, but considering the car was wenched onto a flat bed and that te car is a potential crime scene, odds are that the positions of these 2 levers is the way they were when the car was found.

      If that how it was found, then the transmission was shifted into Park, & the hand brake was applied when the car stopped at that location.

      If this is a correct assessment, it sort of adds a new element to the equation…..?

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      • LetJusticePrevail" says:

        IF this was not done by the Tow truck operator then I don;t see this as a “new element” at all.

        What it really shows is that the car was purposely “parked” in that location and that this was not a case of Jessica accidentally swerving, leaving the roadway, then crashing into the tree and being knocked unconscious in the process.

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        • VegasGuy says:

          Well yes… that was what I was attempting to convey….that scenario would indicate a “purposeful” movement & parking of the car and potentially no “accident” occurred. (without me implying a debunking of the possible “accendent” scenario…)

          Without details of the condition of the car, brake, shifter, and keys, we can only speculate as to how it came to be where it was set ablaze.

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    • Dixie Darling says:

      I just read at the link above by Angie where someone said the key was in the ignition, the car was in park and the parking brake was on.

      https://twitter.com/hashtag/jessicachambers?f=realtime&src=hash

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  43. lovemygirl says:

    I don’t want to cause a relative of Jessica any undue attention by posting her name so I’ll pass on something third hand. She is convinced the Police are covering this up because of the racial aspect and are hiding things because of the tensions in the country. I don’t believe she even knows of the existence of the CRS so she is probably transferring her anger to the locals, unless they are paid off as well. She claims that people in the area are so frustrated that they could really go off and things would get real ugly real fast.

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    • Duck65 says:

      If that gas station/store setup is truly the local gang’s retail drug and underage booze outlet, then the local police got a whole lot of splainin’ todo. If they knew about it and were paid or too afraid to shut it down then there is corruption involved. If they did not know about it then they are incompetent boobs. Either way though, that provides some cause to cover things up.

      The racial and gang component of this thing would go hand in hand. Being afraid to confront a gang is only a slightly different take on being afraid to address a potentially explosive racial issue. Same cast of characters, different logic.

      Don’t know about the CRS, but I am glad the MBI is involved. Of course, if that gas station is simply an honest purveyor of automotive necessities and cigarettes then I shall owe an apology…. to a number of folks I guess.

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  44. lovelyd24 says:

    Talk about a skewed version of reality, here is something Ali shared;

    Ali Alsanai shared Ta’khyia Fuquay’s video.
    November 25 at 5:57pm ·
    Shalanda Sanford Curtis Sanford

    05:56
    1,291,844 Views
    Ta’khyia Fuquay uploaded a new video.
    R.I.P Mike Brown. ‪#‎NoJustice‬

    LIKE-ONE PRAYER
    IGNORE-KEEP STROLLING

    1,291,878 Views

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  45. JunieG says:

    The video linked above from wmctv show LEOs taking their own videos of the screen of store owner Ali’s cctv tape. While he plays director and chooses what will see. Why have the authorities not confiscated that slimy weasel’s tape yet, before he destroys vital evidence?

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    • angie says:

      The video was found and recorded by a reporter. LEO had not even checked the convenience store for video. The reporter is the one who told LEO about it.

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      • sundaybu says:

        Do we know whether the owner of M&M Gas Station, Ali Alsanai, did or did NOT contact police about the existence of his CCTV tapes that captured Jessica on tape Dec 6? Since he personally knew Jessica, knew she was at his gas station that night, knew she was killed later that night, and even posted gasoline was poured in her mouth hours after the accident, it makes sense he would have notified police asap, no?

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        • sundance says:

          Here’s what we do know with certainty….. The reporter who originally aired the footage on Tuesday was the person who gave it to the police on Tuesday. He said he recorded it himself, and notified the police of its existence.

          So no, the gas station owner did not notify police of her visit, or the recording of her visit, until after the reporter shared the recording of her visit on Tuesday evening 12/9.

          Now, perhaps you are catching on to why I say the “gas station owner” has more to do with this than is being investigated.

          He took pictures of the burned out vehicle at his service station.
          He posted the pictures and story of her having gas poured down her throat.
          He edited the CCTV video footage the reporter was given.
          He apparently never told investigators of her visit, prior to Tue 12/9.
          He is sketchy at best.
          He has numerous sketchy acquaintences.
          His interactions with Jessica were curiously personal.
          He frames intimate knowledge of her behavior.
          He’s pictured with thousands of dollars, guns, and drug activities around him.
          He provides a venue for sketch members of various drug activities.

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  46. coeurdaleneman says:

    Looking forward …

    I think that this is going to be a difficult case to get a conviction, absent a confession from the perp or a witness. Everything about it is problematical from a prosecutorial standpoint.

    I believe that it is gang related. Witnesses will not be abundant. I believe that any “party” had a very short list. I doubt that there is any video from Main Street/Herron Road that would narrow things down.

    On top of that, the crime scene was processed by those short of exceptional resources. The first responders came from a volunteer fire department, cmon. There is at least one media report that the evidence was still being collected after the site was available to the general public and likely could have easily contaminated. A defense lawyer’s dream scenario.

    Unless there has been some A+ evidence collected from Jessica’s body (DNA), I doubt that there is anything else of value to convince 12 jurors unanimously (I’m leaning against any “relations” on that night, more like gang retaliation, who knows). And too much stuff was burned to single out a perp, if DNA is out of the picture.

    Disclaimer: I could be wrong. Not to be debbie downer.

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    • kathyca says:

      True. Nonetheless, I feel like it is or will be known who did it. And that should be good enough for justice to be served.

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      • coeurdaleneman says:

        As one who has put in a ton of hours going over maps and the logic of this case, I obviously agree. (Despite my immediate doubts about any wholesomeness of the victim.) The mystery has been intriguing, and early mention of CRS caught my suspicions. I hope that the investigators have done enough to thwart them, and I will give them the benefit of the doubt for a little while. But I feel that this is going to be a tougher nut to crack than Ferguson was. The St. Louis guys were almost overwhelmed. Here, the resources are out of proportion with the problem, imo.

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      • Disagree. LE will grow a pair and be linking Jessica’s murder to the other 2 murders at the other convenience store as gang related and pick up their most notable perps and just keep adding charges as time goes on, particularly the drug charges. Oh…and bye-bye M&M. Now is the time to clean house..

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