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Unspeakable Crime: The Killing of Jessica Chambers

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"Unspeakable Crime: The Killing of Jessica Chambers" brings to the forefront the gruesome and horrific murder of Jessica Chambers, a 19-year-old Mississippi teenager who was doused in gasoline and set on fire. In this active crime investigation, viewers explore Chambers' murder, giving an inside look into the trial of Quinton Tellis, a local black man who is accused of the crime. Tensions are high as the small town in Mississippi seeks the truth while the racial divide continues to grow.

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aired 79 days ago
One year after a bizarre mistrial in the Jessica Chambers murder case, attorneys battle in court for the second time over the fate of Quinton Tellis.
aired 79 days ago
The jurors hear closing arguments, and as deliberations begin, the judge's instructions appear to confuse the jury and create total chaos in the courtroom.
aired 79 days ago
The prosecution presents its star witnesses and includes intense interrogation tapes and complex cell phone data that give the trial an unexpected turn.
aired 79 days ago
As the defense continues to poke holes in the prosecution's theory, many wonder if the right man is on trial, all while racial tensions in the town are thrust into the national spotlight.
aired 79 days ago
As the trial unfolds, shocking testimony from first responders reveals that Jessica uttered a dying declaration that may spawn new leads.
aired 79 days ago
When 19-year-old Jessica Chambers is set on fire inside her car and burned to death, the question of who did it quickly becomes a nationwide obsession all while wreaking havoc on a small Mississippi town.

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