Man Enters “Not Guilty” Plea In 2014 Murder Case, But Prosecutors Unveil Final Evidence

Quinton Tellis faces First Degree murder charges in the trial that started this week. According to investigators, he was responsible for the savage death of a 19-year-old almost three years ago.

Quinton Tellis faces First Degree murder charges in the trial that started this week. According to investigators, he was responsible for the savage death of a 19-year-old girl, almost three years ago.

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.”

Prosecutors say that Quinton Tellis suffocated and then burned alive Jessica Chambers in December 2014. The first day of testimony was heard Tuesday in a murder trial that has rocked the small Mississippi town.

Prosecutors say that Quinton Tellis suffocated and then burned alive Jessica Chambers in December 2014. The first day of testimony was heard Tuesday in a murder trial that

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