BY John Cardillo and Charles C. Johnson
An ATF agent and several Mississippi law enforcement sources point to white meth-dealing gangs as the culprit behind Jessica Chambers grisly murder.
The 19-teen-year-old Chambers of Courtland, Mississippi was burned alive in her car and died of her wounds in Panola County, Mississippi. Her murder has attracted national grassroots attention with hashtags like #JusticeForJessica but little mainstream press.
Gotnews.com has been digging on the case for the past few weeks. Contributor John Cardillo and editor-in-chief Charles C. Johnson have been working their sources in and out of Mississippi to find out what really happened.
“My sources inside state and federal law enforcement feel the Panola County Sheriff’s office is suffering from incompetence, fear, and possibly corruption. The investigation is incorrectly focusing on the Black gang community, when it should be focusing on White Supremacist and/or Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs with white power leanings,” says Cardillo.
Cardillo’s ATF sources confirm. Cardillo continued:
“Setting people on fire has been a common signature of both of the latter groups, and there are cases throughout MS and AL of women both white and black, who were in interracial relationships being assaulted and/or killed in the same way. Those who survived identified White Supremacist types as the assailants. Like Jessica Chambers, there was no sexual assault or theft of property. Vehicles and valuables were not taken. This indicates messaging. Chambers’ killer or killers were sending a message. Either about her being involved with Black men, or possibly to her family members who have a long history of White gang activity and involvement in the meth trade.”
The Panola County Sheriff’s Department is leading the investigation but other federal agencies have been called in, including ATF.
Johnson’s ATF sources confirm Cardillo’s sources.
Mississippi police authorities are also looking at Chambers’s family, especially her father’s connections to meth dealers in the area.
Chambers was arrested for meth in 2003 but he was quickly out on the streets and even got a subsequent DUI in 2005, according to the Panolian newspaper.
Chambers’s father, Ben, was well known in Courtland for his meth and crime connections.
Jessica Chambers’s friends tell Gotnews.com that her father strongly disapproved of his daughter dating black guys and punished her for dating them. Chambers routinely ran away to black friends’ houses throughout high school. (Gotnews.com will have more on what her ex-boyfriend and friends told us in subsequent posts.)
The website conservativetreehouse.com first published Chambers’s father’s criminal records.
Our investigator sources are also looking at whether or not Chambers was herself mixed up in the drug trade.
Jessica smoked marijuana and was said by friends to have moved on to harder drugs in recent months.