Many people are frustrated by the lack of information and what appears to be mulching the little bits we do know into agonizing over analysis.
Buck up. What you don’t see on these pages is our pressured back channel efforts to pry loose critical information that we believe will ultimately bring Justice For Jessica. Those efforts are synergetic with, and dependent upon, those who will rise on her behalf remaining vocal in their desire to be unrelenting; to be wolverine.
Nothing worthwhile is ever easy. To find the Truth in the Zimmerman case we faced significant foes, but also saw support from those who believe in the judicial system. That entire construct was based on massive, intentional and institutional lies. Lies the media were intentionally selling and promoting. Yet, truth prevailed.
To find the Truth in the Wilson/Brown case we faced significant foes, but also saw support from those who believe in the principles of the judiciary system. Again the media was the biggest enemy – and yet again, truth prevailed.
However, in this case to find Truth for Jessica we are facing foes from those who killed her, those associated beneficiaries of her death, and those to whom the Justice System -and the principles within the justice system- may represent a risk to them. But at least so far, the media is not our enemy. That’s a good thing.
Ultimately who stands for Truth on behalf of Jessica Lane Chambers ?
Her family has a vested interest in one version; her community has a vested interest in another version; law enforcement has a vested interest in another aspect/version; and the DA has yet another set of interests which run antithetical for Truth telling.
So who will stand for Jessica’s story, the truthful story?
If not you, then who?
Dunno about you, but I’d rather be on the side of the team who actually put that beautiful memorial together for someone because it was the right thing to do; the honorable, loving and decent thing. Those flowers, plants and memorial items do not just reflect Jessica – they reflect decency that we will not stand to see destroyed. Period.
With that in mind:
PoloiLiop and Sundaybu have something of interest to discuss. LJP expands and also believes this “is a BIG question that is being overlooked”. So Let’s look.
First To Establish The Backdrop – After much of my own analysis, research and digging deep into Jessica’s psychology –her Victimology profile– I am now of the considerably strong opinion that Jessica’s intention on that fateful night was to drive to Leah’s House, for support and affirmation.
The statement(s) shared by her mother of her days activity, the distance involved, the direction of travel, the time of day, Jessica’s inherent social isolation, the disposition of the prior events and how they relate toward Jessica; and importantly the relationship Jessica held with her mother, all point toward this distinct possibility.
Jessica also would not have told her mom Lisa, because essentially, from Jessicas’ mindset, to communicate such an intention would have been to convey a message toward Lisa that mom wasn’t good enough to fill her emotional need.
Imagine 19-year-old Jessica saying “mom, you’re not what I need right now“, and how from Jessica’s perspective, that statement would have carried various levels of guilt based on the situation, internal and projected.
Lisa, not for lack of desire – but for lack of ability, did not possess the inherent ability to provide what Jessica needed emotionally at that moment. Jessica needed the support only found in an environment lacking judgment, and those who are professionally trained to walk the precarious emotional tightrope as they listen, comfort and advise.
Despite her earnest efforts – Mom, Lisa, could not provide THAT type of support – – because within the core of her maternal sympathy Lisa held a natural disconnect created by years of considering Jessica the cause of her own negative outcomes. Jessica would have replayed all of those “I-Told-You-So’s” in her mind as she conversed with, or thought about conversing with, her mom.
WHO is the woman in the Blue and White Jacket, who waited at the counter WITH the “Striped Shirt Guy” and walked out right after him? IF she was waiting to make a purchase AFTER him, HOW could she leave so quickly, right behind him? Looks to me like she is WITH him. Who IS she? And just as important, what time is displayed by the CCTV system in this pic? Is it 6:23:53, 6:29:59, or somewhere between, like 6:28:58? It’shard to tell, because the bottom of the numerals are cut off in this view:
And another thing, about these two people: They were (apparently) together IN the store, but (apparently) decided to separate when they LEFT the store. WHY? Were they in a hurry to leave, as soon as he finished pumping his gas? Did the “Blue+White Jacket Woman” hurry out to start the car, so they could leave as quickly as possible? They certainly seem to be walking quickly. As if they have to be ready to go on a moment’s notice.