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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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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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. cmcc2 says:

    Most informative site. Following.

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  2. sher69 says:

    Anyone remember the clerk who stated whoever did this to JESSICA was probably in COCAINE?
    Who in their right mind would ever state that?
    Something is very fishy about that comment

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  3. ty says:

    From reading the posts above the store guy Ali said Jessica purchased more gas than the usual 3.00-4.00. Could someone good at math look at the video and tell how much she pumped? I imagine it would take less than a minute to pump 3.00-4.00 dollars. Ali guy seems very shady maybe he’s not telling the truth or trying to cover for someone.

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    • sundance says:

      Ali (Gas station owner) is BLAZINGLY sketchy !!

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    • lovelyd24 says:

      I was just thinking about this. Ali made a point of saying that Jessica bought more gas than normal, possibly giving credence to the amount of gas in the car being enough to cause the fire. But then it seems that Ali was one of the first saying that gas was poured down
      Jessica’s nose and throat. Maybe it did start out as a warning killing, a revenge killing and the local gang bangers thought it would be death as usual. But then things got bigger than anyone expected rapidly and it was decided that it would be better if this just looked like an accident thus the “extra gasoline”? Because it looked like justice was going to be served for this hit.

      I’m sure that someone could figure out from the amount of time Jessica spends pumping gas a close approximation of how much gas Jessica likely pumped in the time she was there.

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    • revbacon says:

      FWIW, gas station pumps all pump between 4 and 8g/minute. Most do about 6, and crappy C-stores like this one probably do 4-5/minute. Even her “splurge” of $14 would have been about 4-5g, so probably only a minute to pump.

      I like seeing all the wheels turning everywhere in treeper land. And you are correct- if the guy was telling the truth, she’d be pumping for a minute or so; if he was lying (not sure why he would??), it would only be 15-20 seconds. But everything that can be verified, should be.

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  4. olderglory says:

    New Anon tweet with new pics
    Anon0Hour1 @0Hour1 · 5m 5 minutes ago
    Gangland Mentality in Mississippi She Trusted The Gang Who is the Culprit #JusticeforJessica #JessicaChambers

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    • mung says:

      I am confused, why is Anon supporting releasing information on this case after what they did in Ferguson? Am I right in thinking this is not the same Anon?

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      • Probably not. That’s what the name and mask are for.

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        • Anonymous (despite being distributed and organic) seems to try to gravitate toward some sort of tech-left libertarianism, and they do betray some obvious biases we might expect there. Young white female victim of violence card beats young black perpetrator but victim of “white privilege” card in the Anonymous universe. Don’t ask me why there would even be a debate.

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      • James F says:

        Being Anon is as easy as saying “I am Anon.” Now I am a full fledged Anon.

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        • LetJusticePrevail" says:

          Quite true. For that matter, since I use a “Nom de Guerre”, search for truth, and post it where I can, I too am an “Anon”.

          People are mistakenly thinking that “Anonymous” is an actual “organization” but its not organized at all.

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      • kihn says:

        Anon is more of a loose affiliation of disaffected youth and young adults for the most part (as I understand it). Some of them have mad hazor skilz. IT fellers.

        It’s ranting and raving, burning off anxiety mostly. 4chan is a good example of the thought processes involved. Fun and games till someone draws their ire, then they’ll hammer them hard.

        You don’t want to piss them off. They will get information on you and abuse you for it if you draw their attention and they perceive you as the enemy. And they relish those moments.

        They draw the attention of the FBI quite a bit. And some were busted for it. You don’t hear as much as you used to about them a few years ago. But they’re obviously still around.

        Some have been busted by the FBI for illegal activities such as industrial espionage by hacking major corporations’ systems and engaging in things like fraud. One of the more serious and well known ones was the think tank STRATFOR breach.

        Some are in jail for serious stretches. While they may know each other personally, most of the antics are spontaneous group efforts that become a very personal call for action. Because they can.

        They aren’t organized as group or have a membership, more like an informal cult where everyone comes and goes as they please. And the cross-section is huge. Anarchists, communists, capitalists. A loose reflection of today’s society maybe. It’s not just one political orientation. It’s more of an association based on a mutual cause in the moment, allowing anyone participation (or not) who answers the call. Just striking out at what they perceive as wrong.

        And they’ve done some good too. They’ve helped find and identify some screwed up people and provide the info to LE using their online skills. One in particular was the identity of someone who’d tortured and killed a pet and posted video on line ( a general and safe rule is they love cats).

        It’s like a digital movement. It’s outrageous antics, vitriol and braggadocio all rolled into one. And anybody can join in if they measure up to the task.

        My take on it anyways.

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  5. Some good needs to come from Jessica’s death. A clean sweep of the gangbangers of Batesville and Courtland is in order. I actually think the Feds would support this given the heinous nature of that young woman’s demise. Think positive..
    Where’s the autopsy report and the fire chief’s and police reports? Are they waiting until after the funeral? Probably just as well. Might be stuff in there the family isn’t expecting.

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    • coeurdaleneman says:

      Why don’t you cool your jets for a few days before dumping on these guys? The total population of this county is 34,707. That’s about a 1/4 of my fairly small county. And it seems to be a poorer one.

      There’s bound to be relative amateurism. My background is engineering, and I expect a place with minimal resources and lesser talent to not be magical when it comes to doing things like some urban megalopolis. And before I ascribe negative motives, I’ll give a little more time. Isn’t that what treepers preached to those that wanted instant evidence processing in the MikeB matter?

      Let’s see what happens over the next week. And help out as much as we can. Cops holding back evidence was praised by us only a few weeks ago. Let’s keep our powder dry, simply out of fairness. There will be plenty of time to hold their feet to the fire.

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      • There is no room for amateurs in murder and crime scene investigations and no room for willful neglect of one’s duty to protect the public.There is no comparison to your career as an engineer. This is life and death and bad people at large.

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        • coeurdaleneman says:

          Maybe in an ideal world, every police investigator down to Barney Fife is inherently correct, intelligent, honorable, able, and true. But that is not the world that engineers inhabit, only liberals. We take into consideration realism.

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    • JunieG says:

      I suspect you are correct. Out of courtesy, they are withholding results.

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      • Lottacats says:

        Coeurdaleneman, I believe that to be true. Looking through these peoples facebook names will be crazy with all the weird ways they call themselves. Normal FB names (as in your own) isn’t how blacks and some whites operate. We came here to the country to get away from the city. I like it. I have noted however that folks born around here STAY around here so many are related. That alone, gives these cops an advantage over big city cops IMO. Someone here mentioned she may have gone to a party? I heard that too, I also heard something similar to what that clerk eluded to. I heard sexual assault , rejected proposal, a name, possible number involved, but WE DON’T KNOW ….YET!
        Whoever participated in this horrific crime could have relatives at least as far as Clarksdale to Memphis. Not that great a distance for young people to drive.
        Maybe numerous relatives to hide them out. There are lots of wooded areas as the excellent pictures here show. Good job. This site can help.
        Amateurism, I sure hope not. I’ve been a little disappointed a time or two. But these cops are born and raised out this way, know the woods, homes dotted throughout. Grow up deer hunting so quietly listen. They know the punks and who they hang with and the snitches. Rumors abound right now. They’ll get them. Too mean a crime and has national attention now.

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    • Lottacats says:

      Sardis, Como area too!

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  6. ridgerunner says:

    Jessica’s bank account history might provide insights into her state of mind. It’s got to be tough to be 19, unmarried, unskilled and committed to staying in a one gas station town.

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  7. sundance says:

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  8. LHLaredo says:

    In reference to the phone. Has anyone considered the fact that, apparently its in some sort of usable condition for the investigators to have been able to access the info by using the password. So this indicates that it wasn’t damaged beyond usability. Why is this important? It indicates it was not within the car interior, otherwise the damage would had been severe to have any usefulness. So that means the phone was outside the car at one point. The phone was near the car, but the battery was else nearby. Wouldn’t it be logical to throw both of the items and not just the battery? The logical conclusion is that when the firefighters started to put out the fire, with the water pressure being applied by the firefighter the battery got dislodged and being lighter than the phone was flung to the location found? I read somewhere that her phone was a Nexus 7, the back portion of this phone is a snap-on plastic cover, which with enough heat would probably dislodge. Here’s a video of how simple the batter can come off.
    Nexus 7

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    • kihn says:

      Yeah. Or her assailant had the phone In a pocket with the battery separated and just pulled out the phone to throw it on the ground, then found the battery and discarded it out the window a short distance farther down the road. All kinds of possibilities.

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    • Tempest says:

      A Nexus 7 is a tablet.
      Nexus 4 & Nexus 5 are phones.
      If she used a smart phone then they can learn a lot more from her phone data.

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  9. LHLaredo says:

    Sorry, didn’t attach the video.

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  10. michellc says:

    Someone better than me at this copying and pasting pictures needs to screenshot this post and comments. Why the name Eric?

    Posted yesterday:

    All because My Name Eric & Im
    From Courtland Shit Crazy !
    I Pray To God I Find The Person That Murdered Jess

    Comments:
    Tyriice ThatMf Bugotti Damn bruh wen I heard about it I was like they probably question cuz bout Tht!!
    Hope they find who did it fam Fr keep grinding like you been doing
    Yesterday at 1:41pm · Edited · Like · 1

    Dresy Low End King They must question u for it bruh
    Yesterday at 1:49pm · Like · 1

    I’Break Spines Yea I Just Left .. Mane I Seen Travo Bruh ? He just Shook his head and Walked to The Back Mane
    Yesterday at 1:50pm · Like · 2

    Dresy Low End King Dam dats fuked up
    Yesterday at 1:51pm · Like · 1

    Ashunta Grachea’ I figured they would do that. Don’t stress it. It’s protocol.

    https://www.facebook.com/KidAmazin?fref=pb&hc_location=friends_tab

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    • Duck65 says:

      Eric would sound like Derrick, I would guess that’s why the concern.

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    • angie says:

      Did you see this post? One of Eric’s FB friends posted this on her page on Sept. 11. He posted it on his page the day before Jessica was murdered. Not saying he’s connected to her killing.

      “A friend stopped at a pay-at-the-pump gas station to get gas. Once she filled her gas tank and after paying at the pump and starting to leave, the voice of the attendant inside came over the speaker.. He told her that something happened with her card and that she needed to come inside to pay. The lady was confused because the transaction showed complete and approved. She relayed that to him and was getting ready to leave but the attendant, once again, urged her to come in to pay or there’d be trouble. She proceeded to go inside and started arguing with the attendant about his threat. He told her to calm down and listen carefully:
      He said that while she was pumping gas, a guy slipped into the back seat of her car on the other side and the attendant had already called the police.
      She became frightened and looked out in time to see her car door open and the guy slip out. The report is that the new gang initiation thing is to bring back a woman and/or her car. One way they are doing this is crawling under women’s cars while they’re pumping gas or at grocery stores in the nighttime. The other way is slipping into unattended cars and kidnapping the women.
      Please pass this on to other women, young and old alike. Be extra careful going to and from your car at night. If at all possible, don’t go alone!
      This is real!!
      The message:
      1. ALWAYS lock your car doors, even if you’re gone for just a second!
      2. Check underneath your car when approaching it for reentry, and check in the back before getting in.
      3. Always be aware of your surroundings and of other individuals in your general vicinity, particularly at night!
      Send this to everyone so your friends can take precaution.
      AND GUYS…YOU TELL ANY WOMEN YOU KNOW ABOUT THIS Thanks,
      Barbara Baker, Secretary Directorate of Training U.S. Army Military Police School
      THIS IS TOO SERIOUS … DO NOT DELETE PLEASE PASS IT ON

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      • mung says:

        Um, yeah that is an urban legend that has been around for years, I doubt that it is what happened here. Whoever did this was very close to her and wanted her to suffer, this is not the actions of some random attacker.

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      • This is also all the rage in purse-snatching and laptop theft. It has some slang name I forgot….

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      • michellc says:

        I hadn’t went down that far, but I do remember hearing something similar awhile back on the news. A woman was attempting to pump gas and the card reader was having problems, so the attendant told her to just come inside and pay when she was done. She went in and paid and when she came back out, she noticed someone laying in her back floor. She went back in and told the attendant and the police were called. The boy I guess realized something was going on and got out and took off. They were warning women to lock their doors when pumping gas or entering a store, but they didn’t say anything about it being gang related.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          It has to be gang-related. The gazillion purse snatchers who do this have to be 80% gang-bangers. And the purse snatch or anything related to it makes an excellent initiation rite. Drop the guy off and he brings back the car or gets caught. If he squeals, it’s stitch-time, and your name is Dindu Nuffins. If he brings the car, he’s in.

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          • michellc says:

            It’s been awhile and I only remember it because I wondered if he was wanting to steal her car, follow her home, kidnap her or what? It was just one of those odd stories that sticks with you and makes you look in your car even if you do remember to lock it.

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              There was a hilarious discussion on Breitbart where people joked about what they would do to the “sliders” if they caught them. But in any case, the word is, keep your doors locked while you pump and keep purses and laptops difficult to extract on top of that.

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              • michellc says:

                I don’t worry about such things around here, but when I have to go to Tulsa my head is like a bobble head always looking around.
                People tell me I’m a paranoid country girl, but I watch the news and not a day goes by that you don’t hear of someone attacked, shot, stabbed, robbed or raped.

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      • angie says:

        I meant that a gang member sneaks into the back seat of a woman’s car at a convenience store. The next day the last place anyone knows for certain where Jessica was happens to be a convenience store and someone distracts her by calling to her outside of the camera’s range.

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  11. Duck65 says:

    These Courtland folks …. for being in such a small backwater town have ridiculous numbers of FB friends….. Kid Amazing here seems to be maxed out..

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  12. sundance says:

    Just to prove so we get this done and stamped:

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    • Duck65 says:

      For those visually impaired or mentally slow like me, the Sunshine flag over the car’s trunk in the top picture is the same as the flag in the red oval in the bottom picture. (I had to blow it up to 200% to see the identity between them, so I thought I might not be alone in having some difficulty)

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      • sundance says:

        FYI You can always click on them and they’ll be bigger for ya.

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      • 7delta says:

        Okay, I see the flag thing now. There is no flag ON the truck. It was behind the truck when ali-smarmy took the pic. When I looked on google earth, the only flag I could get a good look at was back toward the northern end of the lot. It’s an advertisement for fried chicken. It’s not exactly like the one behind the truck. Okey dokey then. Thanks.

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    • chick20112011 says:

      Her burned car was towed to the gas station and that’s where the first pic above was taken? By the station owner? In front of that flag?

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  13. firefly says:

    The more I think about this case, the more it makes me mad. Im now thinking Jessica was shot in the head before the fire was started. Why? Because of Leos stupid gash to the head comment.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      A badly burned graze and a gash could be misidentified as each other, or intentionally misidentified to catch the perp. But the thing is, what if the perp assumed she had been head-shot, and it was just a graze? Perp didn’t expect she’d wake up. That makes it a cover fire – callous, but less hideous.

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      • firefly says:

        There is way too much rumor and speculation on this case. I think it may be cut and dry if the local PD had the guts to face the gangs, but it will be handled by CRS who don`t have any backbone and know how to kiss butt.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Agreed – it’s a mess. We’ll have to see what sorts of info are released. Autopsy results are the real story, IMO. That will drive a lot of stakes in the ground, around which all the opinion and interpretation will have to dance.

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        • Stormy says:

          The CRS has a different agenda… they are not there to find justice for Jessica…

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Absolutely. Their goal is to protect black people. And if that means somebody with the wrong color goes under the bus – well, tough.

            Man. Sounds so much like the Klan, it’s positively eerie.

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      • firefly says:

        Now that more sunlight has been shed, I don`t think she was alive when the first responders arrived.

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    • Terry in GA says:

      She was running down the road

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  14. olderglory says:

    New tweet
    Anon0Hour1 @0Hour1 · 9m 9 minutes ago
    Why are police protecting the Gang #JessicaChambers #AttorneyGeneral Where are you Organized Crime at its best Murder Drugs Town Under Siege
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  15. firefly says:

    Ok, since the ex was brought out in the open I will see if I can post his latest FB page.

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  16. sundance says:

    Know we know the gas station guy is in this pretty deep, and is quite sketchy in his own right, we need to go back to the timeline and question the CCTV timestamp.

    Was it originally accurate?

    Is the guy, Ali, now just throwing out chaff and disinformation?

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  17. anniemae says:

    The facebook string that included Ali’s mention of ‘poured gas (?) down her throat’ included one where a girl said that she was shot, but then someone else responded that she wasn’t. Wonder why that poster thought she had been shot?

    I don’t trust that store clerk/owner. He was talking too must right from the start with so many details.

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    • sher69 says:

      probably because she knows of her hood, and the clerk , well I got something to say
      WHO would ever tell a reporter that the dude that did this to JESSICA was on COCAINE, or something… Who says that? Must be a heavy drug spot BIGTIME

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    • michellc says:

      After looking through his FB, I wouldn’t touch that guy with a ten foot pole. He’s bad news, really bad news.

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  18. lovemygirl says:

    On the 6th vehicle picture at the top of the earlier comments thread the trunk looks uncut to me. Is it my eyes & just the angle? Daylight shot too.

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  19. sundance says:

    Who has the original tweet of the burned car on the tow truck flatbed pic?

    Was that tweet from (gas station) Ali?

    If not who sent it.?

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  20. olderglory says:

    “Ali Fadhel, a clerk at the convenience store/gas station Jessica Chambers frequented, told police the teen was a frequent visitor and they talked to each other often. She always put $5 worth of gas in her car. However, on the date of her murder, she had a $14 tab.

    “I asked her, ‘Why are you putting so much gas?’ She said, ‘I’m going somewhere,’” Fadhel said. According to authorities, about half an hour later she was found along a back road with her body almost completely burned. She was barely able to talk, but reports are that she gave police information about her attacker.

    The cashier says that Jessica Chambers told him she was going to make a stop before heading home and added that on her way out of the store she got a call on her cell, came back in to purchase cigarettes, and then left heading south.”

    Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/1675650/jessica-chambers-murder-family-of-woman-burned-alive-speaks-out-new-details-emerge/#Md60TUaV01QCz3jO.99

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    • JunieG says:

      Why is the 19 yr old owner of the store, Ali Asanai, posing in this article as Ali Fadhel, the cashier?

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    • That $14 dollars is a nonsense # for the amount of gas u would put in your car. Did u notice that 1 + 4 = 5, the usual amount Jessica would put in her tank. Ali is telling a tall tale. Someone else said Ali was just trying to imply Jessica’s tank had lots of gas in it to catch on fire. Ali better watch out. He might end up the next one forced to drink a little firewater.

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  21. olderglory says:

    ” Investigators say Chambers was able to talk with the first responder. Bibbs says the investigator mentioned to him Chambers had said the name Derrick or Eric. ”

    http://www.wmcactionnews5.com/story/27619234/man-questioned-in-the-death-jessica-chambers-says-he-did-not-know-her

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  22. TexasRanger says:

    Breaking Photo: family and friends wrote loving messages on #JessicaChambers closed casket—funeral is tomorrow

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Quote from link: “The business, which Champion characterized as a rural mom-and-pop store, is about 2 miles from Chambers’ home. It sells fried chicken, pizza and deli sandwiches, and there is a constant stream of people sharing rumors and random chatter about the killing that has rocked their area.”

      Interesting characterization. Eye of the (be)holder.

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  23. Rastafari says:

    That Jaycee Holmes posting on facebook that dad admitted to doing it just now… Hopefully tin hat that will be quickly debunked

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  24. steph says:

    https://www.google.ca/webhp?client=tablet-android-samsung&source=android-home&gws_rd=cr,ssl&ei=KcKLVK_hD5alyAT-qIHIDA#q=gangs+in+batesville+ms

    Not sure if you guys have picked up on this, but there’s a serious amount of gang related violence in the batesville and surrounding area.

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  25. insomniakat says:

    Hi all, new here. Thank God for this site! I found a link to CTH back in August while following the MB case. This case is very disturbing, and I hope whoever committed this atrocity will be brought to justice and face the ultimate punishment. There are a number of things that concern me about how this case is being handled so far. One of those are the two statements made by DA Champion in links below. Not only do these statements not inspire confidence in the way this investigation is being handled, but to me my first reaction was that the public was being primed for this case to become a cold case. How could DA Champion be so sure after only a few days into this case, that he is convinced this case cannot or will not be solved “in the near future” or possibly as long as “five years”, that he would make these statements? I find these statements very discouraging, and it’s been bothering me since I’ve read them. I find it hard to believe that LE hasn’t already developed a strong theory on who did this to Jessica Chambers and why. My biggest concern/fear is that these statements made by Champion are a direct result of the DOJ/CRS involvement in this case. I wonder if we’d be seeing an arrest(s) by now if not for their involvement?

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/12/10/woman-set-on-fire/20195725/

    “I feel like it’s something we’re going to solve,” Champion said. “It could be in the next 5 minutes, five months or five years. You just don’t know.”

    http://www.clarionledger.com/story/news/local/2014/12/11/jessica-chambers-investigation-news-conference/20243859/

    BATESVILLE — Authorities have not made an arrest in the killing of Jessica Chambers.

    “And we don’t anticipate one in the near future at this point,” Desoto County District Attorney John Champion said at a news conference Thursday.”

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  28. michellc says:

    Does anyone know how accurate Manta is? I was wanting to find property tax records to see who pays taxes on the M & M First Stop, but that county doesn’t have online records. So I went to just searching for the store and Manta has an owner listed.
    I don’t want to post it if it’s not accurate.

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  29. ty says:

    I would think in a homicide investigation the last hours of your life is very important to solving the crime. Ali runs, operates or owns the gas station. Unsavory characters are always there, dealing, hanging out, etc. Ali has to get a cut of the action, would bet he does. Things I’m considering in trying to figure out this murder.
    A. Letter that was posted on this website to a relative. “Im getting out” sounds like she was in prison. Was this letter old “Juvenile” or adult, how recent was the letter wrote.
    B. Snitches get stiches or “Burned” example Ferguson witness.
    C. Gang activity problems in the county
    D. What do we know was out of the ordinary 1. According to Ali she purchased 3 to 4 times more gas than usual. Is this true? If so why?
    E. Was she wearing PJ’s “pants” ? If she was going to a party blue jeans would be more likely. Chance encounter with a male? Drug drop off?
    F. I’m convinced at this point with information available it’s drug or gang related. And that’s why no one is talking, “snitches get stiches, or burned”.
    G. I also at this point will go with the assumption her murder was premeditated, drug or gang related. That’s how I’m leaning not domestic violence.

    Just my thoughts, don’t post often so if I did it wrong I’m sorry. Yes it’s speculation.

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    • sundance says:

      I don’t think Jessica Chambers was in jail when she wrote that letter. I think she was in rehab – or a diversionary program.

      She was dating that Rudd gang banger around 2012. (she would have been 17) He no longer lives in the area.

      My strong hunch is he effectively got her into some trouble by association. He probably did something which led to her involvement because of him. Perhaps simultaneously she began engaging in the drug culture while around him. Pot, meth, maybe some pills.

      Something happened. Most likely he/they were busted locally.

      She went into a program. Hence she wrote the letter:

      Upon exit she cleaned herself up, stayed straight, graduated, got a job, living with mom, etc…. but generally held a familiarity with the former sketchy crowd. So she was known, and wouldn’t be generally fearful of the sketchy elements of society around her.

      I do think the actual murder was a specific and intentional hate crime from within the circle of thugdom. The timing, method, manner, and overall media messaging of “kill whitey” probably played a role,… a small role but a role nonetheless.

      The elements who killed her are circling the M&M First Stop gas station on Highway #51. The activity therein is sketchy, very sketchy.

      A 17-year-old has $5,000+ for a watch?

      A 16 year old has $5 to 10,000 in cash for display?

      And then enough money to purchase a “gas station” at the age of 19?

      Nah, WAY beyond sketchy. This guy is the hub of the activity and he’s connected to the people who murdered her. The surrounding crowd knows the rules of street justice if they open their mouth.

      Jessica Chambers was in the wrong place, at the wrong time, and surrounded by the wrong people. She was brutally attacked, probably raped, and then burned to remove the evidence.

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      • mazziflol says:

        See legit SD. Now lets see it the LEO can put it together.

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      • ty says:

        I agree with everything you wrote. Panola county was in the mainstream media in 2013 “Johnny Lee Butts”. CNN covered it big time, could be the reason possibly “CRS” to the rescue. I’m sure “Johnny Lee Butts” has already been mentioned in your threads.

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      • Is that the tow-truck driver next to Ali? If it is I bet he did a really professional job picking up Jessica’s car and hardly tampered with things at all. And then he swung by M&M just so the gang could see their handiwork.

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      • SDF says:

        Excellent summarization SD. You are right on point. Only part I question is the cleaned herself up part. I wonder if she had relapsed? Based solely on the fact she slept all day. Only people I know who sleep all day are night shift workers and people on drugs/alcohol.

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        • beth60497 says:

          My teenagers sleep all day when they don’t have to work.. they stay up all night playing on line games and chattering on FB/Twitter/instagram/snappic etc etc

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  30. lovemygirl says:

    From some comments on Twitter they are claiming that Jessica Chambers is being filtered on searches – Whatever that means. Sounds CRS like to me though. I was going to paste the claims but poof…

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  31. lou says:

    that letter is a tear jerker…..so sorry so many or our young people get involved with the bad people and it destroys their whole lives….sounds like Jess was trying to turn her life around, whatever that means….our country is really messed up when small town and country people are kowtowing to gang bangers…..

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  32. lilbirdee'12 says:

    So is Jaycee Holmes “the wifey” of Ali ? In pic/posting of Ali smoking photo (from IceCavern link), Ali uses that term, next post says “aww sweet”, and Jaycee thanks her !!??

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    • mazziflol says:

      Hard saying, did a little digging on Jaycee
      Says shes in a relationship (but not with who)
      Shows last entry for a Tesla as Sister-In_law

      Tesla has 2 brothers, guessing one of them was Jaycee’s Ex?

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    • lilbirdee'12 says:

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    • Les says:

      When you get to the video of the old white man singing, it has posts by Ali about being in Yemen to get married in 2011. You will also see where the “Fadel/Fhadel” names comes from, Yemen.

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  33. andi lee says:

    The wrecker driver stopped in the M&M lot for a reason, what was it? Gas? Artificial lighting? By request? Does PD contract wrecker services at crime scenes? I may be wrong here but is there not generally a protocol for chain of custody in evidence gathering? Wonder if wreccker driver does the www. Most excellant work here, you treepers, carry on!

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    • ty says:

      Could it be that the only gas station in town owns the only wrecker service??? I don’t know but it’s possible. Maybe??

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      • 7delta says:

        I found two wrecker services in Batesville. They appear to be the only ones nearby. Jay’s Auto repair on Perkins Lane and Able’s Wrecker Service on Hwy. 51. Able’s has a website, but not much to it. Jay’s doesn’t have one. I was looking for their actual wreckers to see if one matched the bed on the truck with Jessica’s car. On google maps, I couldn’t see a wrecker at all at Able’s, just other trucks. Jay’s wouldn’t come up, except in map form. They’re the most logical choices for a wrecker.

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  34. Stormy says:

    Admins, I think I might have 2 comments in spam…

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  35. TexasRanger says:

    Was Jessica Chambers living a double life?

    A series of posts from Twitter user Anon0Hour1 and another Twitter user, TheLastRefuge suggest a very different Jessica from the one her family knows of.

    TheLastRefuge tweeted “Report #JessicaChambers had prior drug (meth) issues. Gang Bang circle wanted her back in their pride. Revenge/spite murder,” while Anon0Hour1 alleges that a local gang, known as the Black Squad, may be the ones responsible for Jessica Lane “Coon” Chambers’ death.

    According to Anon0Hour1’s tweets, the gas station where Jessica was last seen is the favorite hang out of the gang. He further discloses that the said town store (most likely referring to the M&M Quick Stop in Courtland Mississippi, where Jessica was seen on the CCTV footage released to the media, buying something), is a front for a local drug dealing ring. Anon also believed the gang members hang out in the back of the gas station selling drugs.

    List of names of the Gang Members, including Jessica’s ex-boyfriend, Bryan Rudd

    Anon0Hour1’s tweet also shockingly revealed that Jessica’s ex-boyfriend, Bryan Rudd, is a known member of the gang. On one of his tweets, he threatened all the members that he would be releasing all the names of the gang members in 24 hours “until the guilty comes forward.” So far, he has named the following, along with their photos:
    Rodriques Deion Hooks
    Brady Flocka Smith
    Scooter Hentz
    Antonio Reed
    Anthony Harris
    Bugeye Taylor
    Bryan Rudd (Jessica Chambers’ ex-boyfriend)
    Bo Bo Grinds
    Charlie “The Landlord” Brown
    Lord Shooter
    Stank
    This other side of Jessica Chambers’ personality, seems to concur with previous hints from her friends, that she just broke up with a boyfriend.

    Full Story…
    Above Quoted From;

    http://jatamari.com/2014/12/13/jessica-chambers-burned-killed-boyfriend-bryan-rudd-gang/

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    • sher69 says:

      this is very good

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    • sher69 says:

      I don’t know if Gangster Disciple or ViceLords … Important to know
      Some I see with GD signs in pics

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    • amanda4321 says:

      Thanks for posting. The Jatamari.com article included the photo of the gang member in front of the fire that was originally posted by Anon, and noted that Its background looks like the same place as the crime scene.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Seriously, in that country, it all looks the same. Miles and miles of stuff like that. Find a spot, and you can find the spitting image within a half mile. I thought that Google Maps spotting of the site of the car by a Treeper was a dang fine piece of work, because it is really, really hard to tell one spot from another back in the boondocks.

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    • lilbirdee'12 says:

      TR, TheLastRefuge is the branches of which you are perched.

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    • pspinach says:

      Hmmm…….what sounds like Derrick?

      Rodriques Deion Hooks
      Brady Flocka Smith
      Scooter Hentz
      Antonio Reed
      Anthony Harris
      Bugeye Taylor
      Bryan Rudd (Jessica Chambers’ ex-boyfriend)
      Bo Bo Grinds
      Charlie “The Landlord” Brown
      Lord Shooter
      Stank

      Was there a second name mentioned too?

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  36. TexasRanger says:

    Interview With Ali Asanai Fadhel M&M First Stop Gas Station-Store Owner…..

    http://www.clarionledger.com/media/cinematic/video/20235989/?from=global&sessionKey=&autologin=

    Jessica Chambers

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  37. lovemygirl says:

    I’m just amazed at how blatant the criminals today are posting all kinds of things on the internet and yet law enforcement seems to just ignore it. We’ll see if they are ignoring it in this case as time goes on but this Ali guy and his pals have been wide open about a lot of things for years.

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  38. firefly says:

    OOh boy, just sent Ali and Bug eye a message saying we think you are involved in Jessica`s death.

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    • angie says:

      Is this from the Justice for Jessica Facebook page?
      I see Lenae Wright Smith. Wright is the last name of the Derrick referred to on Jessica’s friend’s Facebook page:
      “They looking for derrick wright and Roscoe somebody don’t know the last name. That’s who she was last seen with.”.

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  39. I bet these gangbangers torch the M&M now that they have been found out,and search for some new digs below the radar. Just watch. Ali, lone Muslim and white guy will disappear, too, but we will never hear from him again. Cops better pick these guys up now and book them for littering and loitering before they evaporate.

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  40. andi lee says:

    It just hit me, thinking about “when I get out”…out and away from gang acctivity? Days ago, I saw a meme of Jessica with reference to “mud shark”. Not at all sure what that means nor do I care to know. The implication surely meant as a cruelty sickens me enough to assume they know that she suffered much worse. Evil. Pure evil.

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  41. dsp says:

    I have a real bad feeling about this one, a strong sense there will be no justice. It is deeply disturbing.

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    • firefly says:

      You could be right, however if America doesn`t challenge gangs then no one will ever get justice.

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    • There will be Justice for Jessica. Just keep it alive.

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    • lou says:

      me too……they all know what happened and nobody is talking……this case and our country are in deep dung…..and the country stinks from the head down…

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    • dsp says:

      I fear it will be hard to get justice with the Feds hindering the investigation through neglect, failure to aggressively deploy more federal resources for the effort, and possibly sabotaging progress behind the scenes.

      The Feds have prosecuted local street gangs before for dope and murder. If Holder and the FBI wanted to, they could roll up these vermin so fast they wouldn’t know what hit them. They don’t want to.

      A white female who dated black men was likely brutally raped and then burned alive by black gang banging predators operating with impunity because the authorities are afraid of them. It’s Holder’s, Obama’s and the white liberal media establishment’s worst nightmare in terms of “narrative collapse.” And nobody better try to tell me Obama himself doesn’t know about this by now, that lying, hypocritical my son would like Trayvon POS.

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  42. The Johnny Person says:

    This probably isn’t going to be too popular a thing to say around here, but it’s something to consider. In no way am I going to blame the victim but it sure appears that this girl was just as shady as the people she clung to. Also, something above caught my attention. If you look at the statistics across the U.S you will be shocked at just how often these kinds of things are committed by a family member. No, I’m not accusing the family. But when people see something this horrid they cannot wrap their minds around the idea that another sibling, parent or even extended family could possibly do this to one of their own. It happens a lot more than you think. Which is why when a small kid comes up dead/missing the police always and I do mean always begin looking at the parents first and foremost. Look carefully at the Jon Benet Ramsey case and the way her dad dealt with the police. Now there was a guy that had a smart lawyer. To reiterate, I don’t have any inside info on this whatsoever, but don’t lose sight of the fact that this is still wide open and could have been done by anyone.

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    • lou says:

      I am concerned where the stories of her walking down the road on fire and that she had lighter fluid poured down her throat have come from, and if true…..seems the “po po” are backing off a little on that…it seems daddy was saying this very early on and how did he know?…….also, I wouldn’t put any blame on Jessica….these poor white kids are outnumbered down there and the feds and govt in general do not serve them well….you can’t be white and poor you know…..the prospects for these kids are horrible……..I’m sure they get drawn into things because of their low self esteem and lack of a solid future……..

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      • Lottacats says:

        At South Panola, most of the football players are black, the cheerleaders mostly white. They date each other. Some parents don’t like it but they still do it. You can’t lock them in at age 16, 17,18 and they will defy authority or leave home, stay with anyone they can to keep from going home. They meet bad people, try drugs, become estranged from their parents. It’s sad but true.

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  43. DaltonB says:

    My question is where are the parents of all these young teenage thugs? Are they local residents? Dead or what? Its hard to imagine in such a small town that there are this many young kids just running around unsupervised without anyone knowing their parents. Perhaps if the parents were found and interviewed they would provide any helpful information

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    • This is the root problem..75% of Black babies are born out of wedlock..the system incentivizes single “parenting” with welfare checks. Marriage, father/authority figures not valued. Parents are not held accountable for the kids they hatch. And their children grow up with a lust for violence. Source of income is illegal activities. They are the criminal underclass.

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    • Les says:

      In case you didn’t notice, most of them are grown men in that gang. You don’t grow out of that lifestyle if you were brought up in it. And the parents like the proceeds. Don’t think they don’t.

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  44. sundance says:

    Peria Jerry (a millionaire) of the Atlanta falcons is from the area and is friends with many of the “gangsters” being outed. He is also friends with this M&M gas station owner as evidenced by him being the first to comment on Ali’s photo with the ar15.

    He retired this season, walking away from $890,000.

    http://overthecap.com/player/peria-jerry/1844/

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      Wanna know where the other person questioned by police on the night of Jessica”a murder lives? It’s REALLY close to the crime scene….

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      • sundance says:

        Derrick Turner?

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        • LetJusticePrevail" says:

          Nope.THIS GUY:

          Now,I’m not saying he IS the “Striped shirt guy” but…..

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          • LHLaredo says:

            i made this observation a couple a days ago.

            December 11, 2014 at 5:25 am

            Now this was a crime of opportunity to rob someone and resulted in an attempted sexual assault. Why, two pieces of visual evidence in the cctv video and the burn car. First, Jessica seems (not be mean) too trustworthy or gullible, why would a young girl go anywhere on pajamas – especially by herself – it give a predator a sign of vulnerability. Then someone calls you – you don’t acknowledge or worst walk yourself to them – if anything ignore or have them come to you at safe interior location (this is important clue – because it show her how thrusting she is, neglecting to interpret danger).

            Now, the second clue, see the burning car, the drivers seat is reclined and the location is secluded – interpretation – sexual assault by a prep who was using physical treats with a weapon to force into driving to that location and use the weapon once he got there, because of blunt force trauma to the head. All this happened within a time frame of 90 minutes, so this also show the murder knows the location and lives walking distance from there – this important.

            Now this why I think, the killer is on the CCTV videos, because he had a trusting victim, weapons used to dispose of evidence, partial motive and in the vicinity of the murder. Before I mention, who my primary suspect is, let me tell you why.

            Over here by the border in Mexico, before thing got really bad, the criminal element used a ploy (before word got around – was extremely successful) lowlifes would hang around gas stations with any type of container filled with water (to make it seem it was gas – that’s how broke this lowlifes were) and would wait for a preferably young person. They would approach the person and tell them that their car broke down and his kids were in the car and he could give him a ride, and that it was only about 10 blocks from there. The person being gullible and noticing that the guy was tired and carry gas, would comply. The criminal would get in the car, sometimes being followed by another criminal in a car behind him. As soon as they were a couple of blocks away, they would steal his car and any belongings he had with him.

            Now, knowing this. Let’s look at the cctv videos at the 30 second mark, the guy who’s filling a plastic container with gas. He has motive – broke, clues his car ran out of gas and he doesn’t even have a proper gas container. He has opportunity – a trusting person and at the same location. He has the weapon – the gas and just about the amount you need. This would be the reason that Jessica, went South instead of going North, where she was supposed to have gone.

            The location where Jessica was murder, might had been where the killers car had ran out of gas? This would had presented the perfect place for suprised attacked, unknowing to her.

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          • mazziflol says:

            What are we looking at with the arrows? Cut cable? Missing porch-light cover? Hose is off the holder? What about the door?

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            • LetJusticePrevail" says:

              Those are identifying features that I used to positively match this house to a house I found while cruising Google Maps. They have no significance in that particular picture. (I was too lazy to create a new one w/o all the arrows when I decided to make the composite that compared this person’s appearance to the “Striped Shirt Guy” seen in the CCTV video from the gas station where Jessica stopped on the night she was murdered.

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      • sundaybu says:

        Eric B that was interviewed?

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      • angie says:

        Yes.

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        • LetJusticePrevail" says:

          That’s SD’s call. This would border on “Doxing” and I dont want to drop this info w/o SD’s permission.

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          • angie says:

            Gotcha, I’m still learning the ins and outs. Thank-you for the information.

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          • sundance says:

            Another dot on the map would be OK.

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            • LetJusticePrevail" says:

              Okie Dokie:

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              • lovelyd24 says:

                Hmm.. it has always been odd that the call of a burning car came in so soon and so specifically. Perhaps someone was worried about a house that was very nearby if the inferno caught the woods on fire. Has the 911 call been released yet, the caller identified. Few names can sound closer to Derrick than Eric.

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          • sundance says:

            The first house NW of Courtney Village Drive. I do believe (?)

            Dude, that’s like the first house past the crime scene on right (if headed back toward M&M gas)

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            • LetJusticePrevail" says:

              Yup. 3 tenths of a mile which is about 6 min walking time according to Google Maps. I bet I could “High Step” it in a lot less…

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              • Lottacats says:

                LJP and Sundance, Back in April my daughter saw Jessica as I’ve said, told her she was breaking up with a beater. She used the name Eric. My daughter remembered that name.

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                • LetJusticePrevail" says:

                  I recall you saying something about it in an earlier thread. Would be nice if a link would be established between this guy and Jessica. That would prove he lied to the police. Surely somebody, somewhere, has a photo of them together if he is the one she was dating.

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              • firefly says:

                WTG LJP! But you do think it`s more than one perp? No?

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                • LetJusticePrevail" says:

                  I haven’t ruled that out. In my mind it could be one, but probably more. I’m not sold on any single scenario yet.

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                • coeurdaleneman says:

                  Kudos again, LJP. Since your original find a few days ago, I have been convinced that all of the action happened between the minimart and the crime scene. All of the other stuff elsewhere (crappie fishing, LOL) didn’t make any sense. I think that it is pretty clear to everyone else, now. Thanks again.

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              • 1hear2learn says:

                Perhaps the location of that party previously mentioned? Read previously on one of prior threads here that it was close to crime scene.

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    • TexasRanger says:

      This guy Ali Asanai Fadhel M&M First Stop Gas Station-Store Owner looks like a hood that could easily issue a “Burn This B!tch” order, just as easily as Islamic State ISIS could behead somebody!

      It’s obvious he has learned how to manipulate these bobo gangbanger blacks to serve his Islamic aspirations. Ali Asanai Fadhel is using the local blacks just as the Islamic Muslims are using the blacks in Ferguson and the rest of the country!

      The Blacks are followers that are being manipulated by these Islamic Muslims to further their purpose to destroy America from within, and the blacks are playing right along like sheep to slaughter! It continues to happen all over America every day!

      It’s the Muslim Brotherhood way!

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  45. sundance says:

    CRS Leverage:

    …” In the case of Johnny Butts, the prosecuting district attorney, John Champion, is white. Many African-Americans in northern Mississippi say they believe the district attorney in the Butts case is not pursuing a hate crime because of his race”….

    http://www.cnn.com/2013/01/17/us/mississippi-hit-and-run/index.html

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    • firefly says:

      Did` nt Champion say this case would be considered some sort of arson charge?

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    • Lottacats says:

      Sounds pretty hateful to me. Dennis Darby became sheriff in Jan 2012. That article was just 1 year later! I hear he had been with MS Hwy.Patrol prior.

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      • coeurdaleneman says:

        Posters might peruse this site to understand how overmatched these local yokels are:

        http://www.panolacountysheriff.com/page.php?id=10

        This is a much tougher case than Ferguson. I haven’t searched that much to find out the political leanings of the county (because that is always important when coming to how black crime is treated). But it is a part of a blue House district, if I read Politico’s map correctly.

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        • coeurdaleneman says:

          “The Investigations Division of the Panola County Sheriffs Department is comprised of four investigators and one secretary. These investigators are responsible for investigating all felonies committed in Panola County, processing crime scenes, and the collection and preservation of evidence for criminal prosecution. ”

          Oh, brother, no match for the gangs, let alone CRS.

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