Thursday, December 11, 2014

Jessica Chambers' phone provides leads, prosecutor says 

In this patch of rural Northwest Mississippi, the tire tracks stand out. They lead up an embankment to a tree, partially scorched from the car fire that would ultimately kill Jessica Chambers.

Much of the dirt, leaves and pine cones near the tree are burned as well.

The area where firefighters found the teen with burns all over her body is otherwise nondescript, aside from the crime scene tape. A rural road with no dividing line leads to a green gate and dirt driveway that sits a few feet from the tree and skid marks.

More with video @ CNN


  1. What was this gal doing dating a black. She grew up in the South, for heavens sake.
    Didn't her parents teach her anything. The two races are too different to be a match.
    I see they are leaving out the teachings of Abe in the history books. (not that I like
    Abe, but he did say this)

    1. The last I saw, her parents said she wasn't, but there is that picture. Very, very strange that in that small town they still haven't gotten anywhere in the instigation. Methinks DC is pulling chains possibly.

  2. I went to high school in a very small Southern Ga town and the coache's daughter
    started dating a black football player. The father was crushed and could hardly
    hold his head up. The two ended up getting married, moved to Atlanta. Neither
    race would have anything to do with them. The saddest part is what effect this
    had on her family.

    1. The saddest part is what effect this had on her family.

      That is too bad and how did the couple transpire?

  3. I don't know. No one kept up with her. Pretty much ostracised.