On December 6, horrible news broke about a 20-year-old girl who had become the victim of a horrific crime in which she had a flammable liquid poured down her throat and was then set on fire. Details about the case have been scarce, and media coverage hasn’t exactly been exemplary. However, there are some rather disturbing connections surrounding this case that need to be brought to light in order for justice to be properly served.
Speculation has been growing that Jessica Chambers was involved with a local gang in Courtland, Mississippi, and her involvement with them is what led to her death. While that particular aspect has yet to be proven, there are some shocking connections that have been made, which point to that theory being true and there being a cover-up by local residents out of fear of retaliation from the Black Squad, which is the predominant gang in the area.
The case appears to be centered around the last place Chambers was captured on video, the M&M’s gas station, which is owned by 19-year-old Ali Alsanai. Many people in the town praise Alsanai as a stand-up guy who helps the community, but as more facts come to light, he doesn’t appear to be the great guy that others are making him out to be.
The Conservative Treehouse has been following this case closely and published information that doesn’t seem to paint Alsanai in such a positive light. In fact, after what you’re about to see, you’re likely going to wonder why he hasn’t been taken in for interrogation by the police yet, which is a question many others have as well.
For starters, the young “entrepreneur” has close ties with many of the members of the Black Squad. Pictures posted to Facebook and social media show Alsanai posing with them while flashing gang signs and making other shady gestures.
While many would shrug it off as a teenager being a teenager, one thing to consider is that other pictures he’s posted show him flaunting large sums of cash, brandishing firearms in a menacing manner, and otherwise showing off just how much money he has. This would lead me to believe that there’s something more going on at his gas station than simply selling gas and snacks. After all, a small town rural gas station isn’t exactly an investor’s dream, if you catch my drift.
This is important, because surveillance video shows Jessica Chambers walking to an area on the side of the property where the gas station is located that often has various members of the community hanging out, likely pushing drugs. So it’s apparent that she knew whoever hung out there pretty well and also lends insight into who might be responsible for her death.
The same surveillance video shows a man filling a small container with gasoline, then walking to the same exact area Chambers came away from before entering the store. Now, Alsanai told investigators that he knew Chambers well and that if she were to have had a problem she would have talked to him about it.
Okay, so let’s assume he’s telling the truth. Some questions need to be answered. Why did a reporter discover the CCTV footage days after Chambers murder, rather than Alsanai going to police with it from the start to help them with their investigation? Wouldn’t you want to help bring a friend’s killer to justice? I would. So why wouldn’t he do what he could to help his friend? I’ll leave that up to your speculation, but before you form an opinion, there’s a few other things you should know.
- The CCTV footage taken from Alsanai’s security system was edited. The following video shows what I’m talking about, but do yourself a favor and stop watching after about 6 minutes into it because the guy starts with crazy talk. But everything he said up to that point is pretty relevant.
- Alsanai knew what happened to Chambers just hours after she was viciously murdered. A post on Facebook shows him commenting at 11:33 p.m., saying that someone poured gas down her throat and lit her on fire, and those posts came after he posted pictures of her burned vehicle. I read this story the day it broke, and that’s a detail that wasn’t immediately released, so how did he know?
- Chambers’ car had a flag affixed to the radio antenna. The flag appears to have been one of the ones out in front of Alsanai’s store, which would corroborate his story that he knew her rather well.
- Alsanai apparently isn’t too big of a fan of white people and is said to have ties to radical Islam based upon the pages he likes on Facebook and images he posts. One such image was found by the activist group Anonymous, who has joined in the fight to take down the gang believed to be responsible for Chambers’ death.
It’s hard to believe that after over a week, investigators don’t have a single suspect. Even if people are being hush about what they know, you would think that someone would know something about what happened, especially considering it happened in such a small town. We all know small towns are gossip factories, and as such, everybody knows what’s going on.
If it were me leading the investigation, I would start with Alsanai and go from there. His shop seems to be the center of it all, and it’s likely where the most answers will be found.
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Courtesy of Mad World News