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December 11th, 2014
09:55 PM ET

Crime & Punishment: Retracing Jessica Chambers final hours

The murder of Jessica Chambers has devastated a small town in Mississippi. The 19-year-old was attacked and burned alive. Police say they are following leads, but have made no arrests. The local District Attorney says he doesn’t “anticipate any in the near future.” Local residents refused to speak with Martin Savidge on camera, admitting they are scared. He has the latest on this tragic case.
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  1. poppawillie

    The real reason for the local response is because that town is owned by a gang out of Memphis. For those who are interested in the actual story here check out #justiceforjessica on twitter. Most the town knows who is behind this. He is an Arab that owns the local convenience store, not bad for a 19 year old. Maybe it is because that store is the local drug store and I'm not talking about aspirin. Jessica was dating members of the gang and she was burned alive, gasoline poured down her throat was a signal to the rest of the community that this is what happens if you are a snitch. No wonder no one is talking about what happened. Please do some research on this. You will be shocked to find that a gang can control an entire town in this country. But it's appears to be the situation here.

    December 17, 2014 at 7:22 am |
  2. mteksolution

    Because she is white!! Thats why I say deport all the blacks to Africa. and don't teach monkeys to do anything as they are not domesticated animals. Bring back segregation, the water jets and billy clubs again at least.

    December 16, 2014 at 12:52 pm |
  3. mariawhite1066

    I watch Al Sharpton's show daily. I have yet to hear him express shock at this atrocity, or demand justice for Jessica Chambers. I wonder why???

    December 16, 2014 at 12:22 pm |
    • dogsrule55

      maria thank you for noticing this. I am sickened that the world marched for ferguson and eric garner but not for this girl.
      the lack of media coverage for this crime should be a crime in itself.

      December 18, 2014 at 8:18 am |

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