UPDATED 12/13/14 6:20pm mt: Hundreds Attend Funeral,Young Mississippi Women Set On Fire, Dies


UPDATED 6:20pm mt 12/13/14:

Hundreds Attend The Funeral Of Jessica, Who Was Burned Alive


UPDATED 8:33pm mt  12/11/14

No Arrests Yet In Burning Death of 19 Year Old Mississippi Women


UPDATED 7:20am mt 12/11/14:

Authorities are examining security footage taken from a gas station near where a 19-year-old Mississippi woman was found burning alive, as they hunt for the killer or killers who set the teenager and her car aflame Saturday in a gruesome murder.

No suspects or motive have been identified in the killing of Jessica Chambers, Panola County District Attorney John Champion told FoxNews.com Wednesday.


I have been reporting on news for almost 40 years now and this one has me really shook up! I hardly could post this story. We have a video news report and a written report on this horrific crime. I have to warn you that it was hard for me to read, it made me sick to my stomach, I almost threw up! I post this to show the world what happens when lives are led by Satan. This killer or killers are no friend of God, this is Satanic. Time is urgent for people to accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior! We must show the world the light of Jesus Christ and also preach hell like Billy Graham does in every sermon he preaches, the ramifications of bad behavior. Let us pray that those involved in this Satanic crime be arrested today. Burn victim

First responder tries to comfort burning victim before death inJackson, MSmsnewsnow.com/story/27589639…

Investigators are hoping Jessica Chambers’ final words will lead them to the killer or killers who burned the 19-year-old teenager alive in a gruesome murder Saturday that has stunned the small Mississippi community of Courtland.

Chambers, of Panola County, was found badly burned on a road near her burning car Saturday night in what authorities have labeled a homicide.

“They have ripped everything I have,” the teen’s mother, Lisa Chambers, told Fox affiliate WDBD-TV. “She left to go clean out her car and was going to get [herself] something to eat.”

Panola County Sheriff Dennis Darby said the young woman died after she was doused with a flammable liquid and set on fire on a road in Courtland, Miss., a town with a population of 460 people.

When first responders arrived at the scene, Chambers reportedly uttered a few words that might lead detectives to her killer or killers. Police have not disclosed what Chambers said — or tried to say. No motive has been released.

“They squirted lighter fluid down her throat and in her nose, and apparently they knocked her out,” her father, Ben Chambers, told the station as he fought back tears. “She had a big gash on top of her head.”

“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,” said Chambers, an employee of the Panola Country Sheriff’s Department.

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

Chambers was flown to a hospital in Memphis but later died. Authorities said initial autopsy results reveal that Chambers died from severe burns that covered 98 percent of her body.

Darby said detectives are working to learn who the woman may have been with before her murder — examining her cellphone, which was left at the scene.

“She was the most beautiful and loving and kind girl I’ve ever known,” Chambers’ best friend, Alyssa Cotten, told FoxNews.com.

“She loved to cheer. She loved softball. She loved her family and her friends. She was just a big bundle of joy,” said Cotten, noting that she did not believe Chambers was dating anyone at the time she was killed.

“We have no idea who did this,” she said.

The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation is assisting Panola authorities.

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