The last of several hundred emails pointing toward currently trending articles about arrests in Mississippi, surrounding the Jessica Lane Chambers murder case said: “why have you never covered this case?”
This follows numerous emails saying (essentially): “why do you refuse to cover this case“? etc. and many more with similar sentiments….
It appears there are a considerable number of people, fly-by’s, who have no idea how far we took the research into that case and surrounding story. So let me try to stop the nonsensical inbound efforts right now.
The current FBI/ATF etc. stories around the recent arrests in the Panola County area were indeed discussed – SEE HERE. However, there is nothing more to them, as it specifically relates to the Jessica Chambers case, than a need by mostly federal and state authorities to justify the amount of money spent on the case.
Note “state and federal” authorities, not local.
The state and federal officials needed to justify spending taxpayer money, and simultaneously have something to show for a year of “investigation”. So they round up a bunch of career criminals, the customary and usual suspects, and parade them to the media to say “look, see, we told you we’d get something out of this”.
That is all those stories are. They have NOTHING to do with Jessica Lane Chambers, her murder, or her killers.
Also, those who promote the arrests as some keen new insight into her murder are full of horsepucky (putting it nicely), because they don’t even understand the case, and motivated by clickbait generation. Nothing more. Period.
You can go to the drop-down category (“Justice for Jessica” over there —> ) and pull up all of the historical research on the Jessica Lane Chambers case. There is nothing new, because there is nothing new.
As soon as we accepted the local Courtland Mississippi law enforcement -specifically Sheriff Dennis Darby- apparatus did not want to solve the case, and as soon as we accepted that District Attorney John Champion was also of the same mindset, any further attempts to look into the case became futile. – FULLY EXPLAINED HERE
- Courtland Volunteer fire department contacted at 8:09pm (call log)
- Fire Department arrives on scene 8:14 (call log)
- At 9:30 pm the burned vehicle was photographed at Ali’s Gas Station (link)
Fire Chief Cole Haley stated he called Sheriff Darby to the scene immediately around 8:15pm. In order for the evidence to be at the gas station an hour later, and taking into account travel, dispatch and transit times times for Sheriff Darby and the Tow Truck operator – Darby had to give the instruction to remove the vehicle within MINUTES of arriving on scene.
If Darby knew it was a self-evident crime scene, why would he quickly begin a process of scrubbing it, literally within minutes? The answer clarifies in all the research we did.
In addition, both Darby and District Attorney Champion, self-appointed lead investigator, have lied, repeatedly, about numerous aspect to the case itself. (CCTV and Crime Scene Security being two of note) Not misstatements, not mistakes, not unintended misquotes, but rather factual and intentional lies – that’s a big difference.
It doesn’t really matter what motivation exists behind their lies, the construct of the falsehood(s) themselves indicated a desire to get rid of the case, stat. It was evident and clear from the moment they both stepped up to the microphones.
Interview Recorded 12/11/14 answer at 06:35:
Courtland Mississippi, population around 600, is a mess. The people who live in/around Panola County Mississippi are also comfortable with that mess. It is appropriate to say “comfortable with” because the people who live there re-elected these idiots.
There is nothing more to say…..
Quit sending emails.