Teenager Jessica Chambers Found Walking Down the Street on Fire – Her Final Words Could Lead to Her Killer

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Published on: December 11, 2014

Jessica Chambers, 19, was found walking down the street on fire Saturday night. Those investigating her murder have revealed that her final words may help them find her killers.

Chambers had left her home to clean her care and grab something to eat. Later, her vehicle was found engulfed in flames and she was found walking down the street with ninety-eight percent of her body burned, except for the bottoms of her feet. Her father, courtesy of WLBT-TV, revealed some of the horrific details that followed when fire fighters arrived on the scene.

“When the fire department got there, she was walking down the road on fire. Only part of her body that wasn’t burned was the bottom of her feet,” he said. “They squirted lighter fluid down her throat and in her nose, and apparently they knocked her out. She had a big gash on top of her head.”

“They squirted lighter fluid down her throat and in her nose, and apparently they knocked her out,” he added. “She had a big gash on top of her head.”

Jessica’s father believes that she survived the attack long enough to provide the person that attacked her.

“She told them, she told them, told him who done it,” Chambers said.

Jay Hale, an assistant district attorney who handles cases in Panola County, confirmed Chambers’ assertions.

“She was able to communicate. It was difficult,” Hale said.

“We know what she said but we are not commenting on what she said,” Champion confirmed.

Jessica’s sister Amanda Prince said, “She was loved by everybody. I don’t know who would want to do this or why.”

However, another report reveals details that have been hidden from the public, namely that Jessica was dating a black man. She was attempting to get out of the relationship and claimed he had been abusive to her the entire time they were seeing each other.

The Conservative Treehouse reports:

The horrific nature of the murder speaks to a profoundly violent person carrying it out. It is beyond our comprehension what she had to endure in those final moments of her life.

However, looking to the larger picture, and knowing the MBI (Mississippi Bureau of Investigation) has taken lead in the investigation -under the auspices of her father, Ben Chambers, working for the Sheriff’s department- it’s not a leap to quickly identify how the MBI and Mississippi political class would immediately want to tamp this down.

Unlike the death of Mike Brown, and unlike the death of Eric Garner, Jessica’s death was premeditated murder with extreme malice aforethought and horrifically special circumstances – which, if proven, will most assuredly result in a death penalty charge against at least one of her murderers, perhaps more.

Then again, jail might be the safest place for him/them.

Obviously, we are not hearing about this in the mainstream media or from the White House or from the DOJ because this was a white girl who was murdered.

Some even suggested that a “black guy” was already in police custody.

Whether or not the ex-boyfriend did it or not, we will more than likely find out soon enough, though as of the writing of this article, the AP is reporting, “On Thursday, officials said they were still working to determine who doused her with a flammable liquid and set her on fire. They said they’d made no arrests and didn’t expect any in the near future, but that they would continue to follow up on all tips.”

The report added, “Among the clues police are examining: surveillance video showing Chambers at the gas station, cellphone records from numerous people and interviews with potential witnesses.”

This surveillance video captures Jessica shortly before she was murdered.

MSNewsNow.com – Jackson, MS

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