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December 19, 2015

DAILYKENN.com -- Jessica Chambers was found screaming in pain after being doused in lighter fluid and set aflame along a Mississippi road. She soon died.

A year after the brutal murder police had made no arrests.

In an effort to solve the case, police arrested 17 gangbangers on various charges — charges are not directly related to the murder — that may provide critical information.

The investigation is being called, “Operation Bite Back” by police.

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MORE than a year has passed and police have yet to find the culprit in a brutal murder case that rocked a Mississippi town to its very core.

Beloved teenager Jessica Chambers was set on fire and left to burn on the side of the highway in a shocking act of evil on a cold Saturday afternoon in December 2014.

Found doused in lighter fluid and screaming in agony she later died in hospital from burns that covered 98 per cent of her body.

The ensuing investigation involved just about every investigative branch in the country. Each of them meticulously combed through the available evidence and chased up hundreds of different leads, all to no avail.

Mississippi District Attorney John Champion called it “the most baffling case I’ve ever worked on”.

Pretty soon the lack of arrests spawned a string of online amateur investigations as blogs, social media pages and reddit threads all tried to piece together the shocking murder.

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District Attorney John Champion said police were in “proactive mode” following the arrests. “We’re not playing with them anymore,” he said of the criminal gangs.

“We started the deep interrogation with the Jessica case, and people began to volunteer information to us ... and we realised right away that something had to be done.”

Former FBI agent Hal Neilson who spent 23 years with the investigative bureau told Fox News 13 he thinks the arrests carried out, in what police called “Operation Bite Back”, could prove useful in solving the case.

“I think there is a possibility this could break it,” Neilson said. “Nine arrests and 17 indicted. Someone might know something that will send you in the direction of another person who could know about the crime.”


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2 comments:

  1. this should be national news not some groid trying to injure himself to extort money. and hillary and sanders saying we must reform justice system what a joke how about reforming blacks! better yet deport them. blacks are the no 1 problem say that trump, everybody knows.

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  2. White victims from black murderers (555) USA, updated Dec 24, 2015
    The Media does not want the public to know the truth!

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