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TEEN GIRL DOUSED, BURNED ALIVE IN MISSISSIPPI

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TEEN GIRL DOUSED, BURNED ALIVE IN MISSISSIPPI

 

Police seek clues in 'horrific' crime

 

A grisly killing in a small town in Mississippi has local residents on edge and looking for answers.

 

A blond-haired teenager with no known enemies was found walking down a rural road on fire Saturday night. She had been beaten, doused with lighter-fluid and set ablaze.

 

Jessica Chambers, 19, of Panola County was found engulfed in flames near the charred shell of her car sitting on the roadside in the town of Courtland. The town has a population of 460.

 

She was flown to a hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, but later died. Preliminary autopsy results reveal Jessica died of severe burns to 98 percent of her body, according to a report by Fox affiliate WAFF of Huntsville, Alabama.

 

“They have ripped everything I have,” Lisa Chambers, Jessica’s mother, told WAFF. “She left to go clean out her car and was going to get her something to eat.”

 

Jessica never made it home. Scissors-32x32.png

http://www.wnd.com/2014/12/teen-girl-doused-burned-alive-in-mississippi/

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Interesting Developements on The Jessica Chambers Murder...

Sent in by Jeffery

 

Nailing the actual guilty party, however, could turn out to be not all that complicated. That’s because some black terrorists in the victim’s immediate circle have left a rather obvious trail of specific, racially-oriented murder threats.

One week before, and on just the day before Jessica Chambers was carjacked and burned to death, certain blacks among her intimate circle and acquaintance were involved in Facebook exchanges wherein calls for the rape and burnings of white women and children, especially the families of white police officers, were posted. Scissors-32x32.pnghttp://theferalirishman.blogspot.com/2014/12/interesting-developements-on-jessica.html

 

 

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Seems to be lots of problems with the town's police/DA/fire/etc on this one. Of course since the victim is white can't expect much help from media and national law enforcement.

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Wonder where this case stands now ?

 

Last I checked a week or so ago.... nowhere.

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Violence Against Women That @JaclynF and @JessicaValenti Will Never Mention

 

Posted on | February 24, 2016 | 21 Comments

Feminists are highly selective in terms of what crimes against women they notice. Suppose, for example, that an embittered Ivy League girl wants to get her ex-boyfriend expelled from school. This is an urgent cause to feminists, and Emma Sulkowicz carrying a mattress around campus becomes a national news story. Or suppose that a crazy girl at a top-tier state university makes up a tall tale about being gang-raped at a fraternity. Again, this is urgent to feminists, and Rolling Stone will publish a lurid 9,000-word article about Jackie Coakley’s imaginary rape by the fictional “Haven Monahan. Stigmatizing fraternities and boys at Ivy League schools as rapists is what the feminist agenda is all about.

 

On the other hand . . .

 

Jessica Chambers, 19, was burned to death in Mississippi. The case remained unsolved for more than a year, but now police say they’ve arrested the monster responsible for this atrocity:

 

A 27-year-old man has been indicted in the December 2014 burning death of Mississippi cheerleader Jessica Chambers, prosecutors announced Wednesday. Scissors-32x32.png

http://theothermccain.com/2016/02/24/violence-against-women-that-jaclynf-and-jessicavalenti-will-never-mention/

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Man indicted in mysterious Mississippi burning death of Jessica Chambers

By Eliott C. McLaughlin and Steve Almasy, CNN

Updated 3:28 PM ET, Wed February 24, 2016

 

(CNN)For 14 months, a town of 500 in northwest Mississippi grappled with the mysterious burning death of one of its daughters, Jessica Chambers, a 19-year-old who left her mother's house in pajama pants, reportedly to clean her car. She never returned.

 

When police found her later the night of December 6, 2014, not far from her mother's Courtland home, her car was on fire and Chambers had burns over 98% of her body. She said something to a firefighter -- authorities wouldn't say what -- before she was rushed to a hospital, where she died the next day.

Courtland and Panola County residents didn't get all their answers Wednesday, but they learned that a man being held in Louisiana in connection with another homicide victim was indicted this week in Chambers' death.

 

Quinton Tellis, 27, faces a capital murder charge in her slaying, said John Champion, district attorney for Mississippi's 17th Circuit Court. The charge is capital murder because her death occurred during the commission of another crime, third-degree arson, he said.

 

Champion added he was "very, very confident" that there would be no additional charges or suspects.

"We do feel like, at this point, that he acted alone this case," he said. Scissors-32x32.png

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Suspect in Burning Death of Jessica Chambers Extradited to Mississippi

By Alexandra Rockey Fleming

Posted on June 29, 2016 at 5:40pm EDT

Murder suspect Quinton Tellis has returned to Mississippi to face charges in the 2014 burning death of teenager Jessica Chambers.

Tellis, 27, is being held in the DeSoto County Jail in Hernando, where he’ll remain until his legal proceedings in the state are completed. He has not yet entered a plea.

 

Chambers, a 19-year-old former cheerleader, was found engulfed in flames near her car on a rural road in Courtland, the hometown she shares with Tellis, on Dec. 6, 2014. She was flown to Regional Medical Center in Memphis with burns over 98 percent of her body, and died in the hospital. Investigators said she had been doused with an accelerant at the scene and left to die.

 

Tellis was transferred from Louisiana’s Angola Prison on June 23 after pleading guilty last month to one count of unauthorized use of a credit card. The card belonged to a slain Monroe, La., Taiwanese exchange student Meing-Chen Hsiao, who was found stabbed to death in her apartment in August 2015. (The cases of Hsiao and Chambers are considered unrelated.):snip: 

http://people.com/crime/jessica-chambers-suspect-quentin-tellis-extradited-to-mississippi/

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Quinton Tellis trial date set for June 2017

 

PANOLA COUNTY, Ms (KNOE 8 News) -

Quinton Tellis, the man accused of killing 19 year old Jessica Chambers, will stand trial on June 19, 2017.

In December of 2014, Chambers was found with 98 percent of body burned in Panola County, Mississippi.

She later died at a hospital.

Monroe police have also named Tellis as a suspect in the death of a ULM exchange student.

Meing-Chen Hsiao was found dead in her apartment, near ULM in August of 2015.

Police say Tellis used the student's debit card after her death.

Tellis has not been charged in the Hsiao murder.  :snip: 

http://www.knoe.com/content/news/Quinton-Tellis-trial-date-set-for-June-2017-397616191.html

 

 

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Jessica Chambers murder trial to begin in October

POSTED 1:25 PM, SEPTEMBER 20, 2017, BY ERYN TAYLORUPDATED AT 02:24PM, SEPTEMBER 20, 2017

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The trial date for the man accused of setting a Panola County teen on fire then leaving her to die on a country road several years ago has officially been set.

Quinton Tellis’ trial will begin Tuesday, October 10. :snip:   http://wreg.com/2017/09/20/jessica-chambers-murder-trial-to-begin-in-october/

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