Prior Thread – Day #83 HERE
Something not adding up.
Previously DA Champion gave a timeline for Jessica’s activity on the day she was murdered. The activity he outlined was based on CCTV capturing her movements, interviews with people who talked to or saw her on the day in question, and USMS technological forensics in tracking her cell phone; this is called geo-location.
The “geo-location” capability of the USMS is the most technologically advanced in the entire Federal arsenal of law enforcement. In addition, the USMS also have “stingray” technology, which are devices that capture EXTENSIVE transmitted data.
Because the USMS are known to have been conducting some kind of activity in the Panola County area it is quite possible ‘stingray’ units were already in place. Regardless of Stingray deployment the traditional cell tower ping logs and geo-location from GPS would still be highly accurate in locating the signal from Jessica’s cell phone.
The cell phone tracking is what was used (mostly) by Champion to frame and focus the media during his press conference.
However, it should be noted -early and often- that phone tracking is only that, tracking a phone. The assumption is the phone is with the owner; regardless of probability this is an assumption and not a verifiable fact.
It is assumed that Jessica’s phone was on her person during the timeline presented.
Additionally, it must also be noted that just because the phone is operable, this does not evidence the health or well-being of Jessica while the phone was “on” or “trackable”. Again, the assumption is that Jessica was alive and well during the timeline as described.
According to DA Chambers Jessica was home, or near home, for most of the day up to a point at approximately 5:00pm when she left home to run errands as described by her mother Lisa Daugherty:
♦ Sometime shortly after 5:00pm Jessica received a phone call and she left home. The caller is identified and as a friend, and Champion said “no bearing on the case”.
♦ Her immediate travel took her to the M&M First Stop gas station where she was identified on CCTV at 5:24pm
♦ She then travels to a “residence” (confirmed “house”) shortly before 6:00pm where she stayed for 5-7 minutes.
♦ She leaves the residence (headed North) and at 6:10 pm is identified at SR #51 and Highway #6 in Batesville where she is identified in the area (via private CCTV) for approximately 10 to 15 minutes.
♦ The timeline then puts Jessica back in Courtland area at 6:30pm (location not given) where a timeline void begins for almost an hour.
♦ At 7:31 pm her phone is identified in the area where she was later found. It is assumed she is with the phone.
♦ From approximately 6:30pm to 7:31pm her activity and location, according to DA Champion, *is not known. This is the period he is requesting the public to provide assistance with.
♦ At 8:09pm a call to the fire department is made.
♦ At 8:13pm the Panola Volunteer fire department arrive. Within minutes, according to responding Fire Chief Cole Haley, he calls for a paramedic, an air ambulance, and a direct call for P1 (Sheriff Darby)
♦ At 9:30pm Jessica’s burned vehicle is photographed on a tow truck at M&M gas station.
Thank You Diane for the graphic.
In addition, and in direct relationship to the missing hour (6:30pm to 7:31pm), Lisa Daugherty has claimed to have had a phone conversation with Jessica for “twenty minutes”.
According to Daugherty the call was from 6:48pm to 7:13pm (she also said 6:58pm). Daugherty discussion/interview HERE.
Which begs the obvious question, if Daugherty was talking to Jessica at that time, why is the USMS, according to lead investigator DA Champion, unable to detect the phone use with the data forensics employed for the rest of the timeline. [Yet another, odd and unanswered question skipped by the media.]
We have been able to verify that it would be *virtually impossible for Jessica’s phone to be geo-location transmitting -via cell phone ping logs or other- at 6:30pm (arrival back in Courtland) and again at 7:31pm (crime scene) yet for the USMS not to retrieve location during the phone call between Jessica and Lisa.
(*Where “virtually impossible” really means “absolutely impossible”)
So what gives?
Obviously the USMS knows exactly where Jessica Chambers was during that phone call – again, if it indeed took place, and Lisa Daugherty is not repeatedly lying.
Yet DA Champion is saying he doesn’t know where she was? Does not make sense.
#1) Lisa Daugherty is flat out lying, repeatedly, and a call never took place. This would also mean that Champion knows Daugherty is lying – and potentially means she’s a suspect. Hence, no information back toward her camp.
#2) Champion knows, and is hiding knowledge of where Jessica was during the call for some unknown reason. (<– The most likely scenario)
#3) The USMS is telling Champion they could not recover that location, but they actually have it. The possibilities in this scenario are rather large in scope and all of them Machiavellian.
Obviously, if #3 is the case we have just screwed the USMS objective – unless they knew we would – and the USMS wanted Champion to find out this way. (We know he and LEO/FBI read here). See what I mean, “Machiavellian angles” are endless.