Justice for Jessica?

Here’s an update on the Jessica Lane Chambers case, the young woman in Mississippi, who was burned alive in 2014:

27-year-old man indicted for murder of Jessica Chambers

Somehow, I don’t believe he acted alone.  In all fairness, let me refer readers to the Last Refuge blog, for extensive dissection of this case (http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/02/23/breaking-new-developments-in-jessica-lane-chambers-murder-case-press-conference-tomorrow/ ).

I wrote about her case too here , here, here and here.

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3 responses to “Justice for Jessica?

  1. Minta Marie Morze

    This is a growing, specific evil.

    What gets me is the idea that “This might be a case for the death penalty” with the conditional. I can’t bear the thought there there are those who would actively fight to keep those who did this from the death penalty.

  2. Robert

    It wasn’t that many years ago when that killer would have never seen the inside of a court room.

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