In an appalling murder trial in Mississippi, Quinton Tellis faces life in prison for killing a local teen by burning her alive. Tellis is accused of torching Jessica Chambers, who he had a relationship with, in 2014. The murder that rocked the rural community involves a predator, liar, and drug seller who claims that he is not guilty.
Chambers was found wandering near her car, her body burned beyond recognition, by a truck driver. Prosecutors say that after she was doused with gasoline and ignited by Tellis, she managed to escape the inferno, but she died at the hospital a few hours after officials tried to save her.
According to testimony, the 29-year-old fiend “mistakenly thought he had accidentally suffocated” the 19-year-old cheerleader “during sex.” So, he “torched” the car, but she wasn’t dead. He “actually burned her alive.”
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