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Is this case gone cold?

by James Denison / March 22, 2015 6:29 AM PDT
Jessica Chambers

I hope the MBI in Mississippi is still working hard on this case. No justice no peace? Where are the marchers for her?
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RE: Where are the marchers for her?
by JP Bill / March 22, 2015 6:51 AM PDT

In Maryland posting on SE?

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Was it the Muslim?
by James Denison / March 24, 2015 10:46 PM PDT

Or was someone trying to frame him?

Ali Alsanai, aka Basem Alsani, aka Ali Fadhel. It also seems San Aye Sanford (probably a made up facebook name) was doing a shakedown on the Muslim owned business.The lot on the side of the store was an open air drug market. Why weren't the police keeping an eye on the ONLY store/gas station in town? Were they getting paid to look the other way?

Remember that Jordanian pilot? Burning people is not exclusively Islamic, but they do it a lot over there. Why would that be used as the method of torture killing of Jessica? Was it because someone went to jail for something she said or told the police? Why is her mother's boyfriend still living in the town, but the boyfriend left suddenly to Iowa? There's something rotten in that town, and I sure hope the MBI finds and roots it out!

"lsanai, despite being only 19 years old and an immigrant from the
notorious Al-Qaeda terrorist stronghold of Yemen (apparently by way of
Buffalo, NY), somehow came into ownership of the business in question,
M&M First Stop Gas in the back country of Mississippi. His Facebook
pictures are full of shots of him mugging with powerful firearms, bling
and more bling, piles and piles of hundred dollar bills and other
symbols of the gangsta-rap illegal drug culture, and unabashedly posing
with local black gang members, evidenced by the constant gang signs
being brashly flashed in the shots. The rest of his Facebook account
overflows with Islamic text, Mohammedans posing with various battle
weapons, pictures of dead Jews and of sickeningly mangled bodies of
infants, and various other themes and images of Islamic jihad.
Alsanai and his store have apparently become so popular and central
to the illegal drug gang activity and routine convenience store/gas
station trade in that community that his fawning ghetto-fabulous friends
and followers flock around him, in person and on social media. Even in
the controversy surrounding Jessica Chambers' murder, Alsanai has not
locked down his Facebook account, and as of the time of this being
written, you can see much of the troubling content yourself

He's also claims to be CEO of "Arab Money" whatever that is. It could be this song group, Busta Rhymes, or could be associated with the money transfering Hawala system. Urban Dictionary claims it's a worship of opulence or wealth. He obviously still has ties to people back in Yemen, which is in a civil war at this time, although his facebook contacts seem on the side of the Yemen govt, not with the terrorist.

Since he and Jessica were the same age, I wonder if they attended high school together?

He's left that area, probably back in Buffalo, this from his facebook.

"Jay Covell = We miss u and Moe bro when ya comeing back 2 Buffalo 2 visit?
June 12, 2014 at 12:10am Like 1"

One of the pics he posted to his page. Recently, this March month. Hopefully not indicative of a disdain for women, but troubling considering what happened back in Courtland to Jessica. In September 2014 seems he was down on females for a while, indicating he'd been rejected by someone he had an interest in.

Some disturbing photos on his facebook of dead people, guts hanging out, throat cut, autopsy.

When you see pictures of the crime scene, it looks like someone rear ended her car and shoved it off the rural road up against a tree. Damage on the rear that doesn't appear in the video earlier at the store. Killing someone by burning them isn't that common an occurrence in this country. It's a lot more common in Islamic countries.

Local yokel police many have "cleared" him, but something's rotten in that town anyway. Nothing said indicating he's been cleared by the MIB. He was one of the last people definitely known to have seen her alive.

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when you see this picture
by James Denison / March 24, 2015 10:49 PM PDT
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Similar case in London
by James Denison / March 25, 2015 1:07 AM PDT
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More rot in that town
by James Denison / March 25, 2015 10:48 AM PDT
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RE:what a place to not live near.
by JP Bill / March 25, 2015 11:20 AM PDT
In reply to: More rot in that town

some would move if the President Of The United States Of America lived on the same street.

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Well, it's not THAT far
by James Denison / March 26, 2015 1:02 AM PDT

away from Arkansas. We know anyone from there? Keep HOPE alive?

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Should all the murders that occur every day?
by Diana Forum moderator / March 26, 2015 5:52 AM PDT

The riots and demonstrations were because who the shooter was, not because of who was the victim. A lot of blacks kill other blacks and a lot of whites kill other whites.

If these people had been killed by other people in the neighborhood, there wouldn't have been any riots or demonstrations. They were killed by people whose jobs were to protect and to serve not to kill.

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who mattered?
by James Denison / March 26, 2015 8:50 AM PDT
"The riots and demonstrations were because who the shooter was, not because of who was the victim. "

So, you mean it was all because a white police officer was doing his job and not that anyone really gave a damn about the victim? Hmm, that sounds "racist!" on their part. Agree?
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I'm saying that a cop killing someone unarmed
by Diana Forum moderator / March 26, 2015 10:33 AM PDT
In reply to: who mattered?

makes the news. One person killing another makes the local news but rarely the national news.

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And I'm saying,....
by James Denison / March 26, 2015 11:47 AM PDT

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