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Jessica Chambers had recently left shelter for battered women

According to Facebook posts, Jessica Chambers dated a black male named Bryan Rudd from at least October of 2012 to December 2012. This individual has multiple Facebook accounts full of gangbanger style photos. He appears to be involved with a local gang called “Black Squad.” He is currently living in Waterloo, Iowa. Since her relationship with Rudd, people close to Jessica say she continued dating black gangbanger types.

Online gossip, by friends and acquaintances of Jessica Chamber, about one or more abusive relationships have been confirmed by Jessica’s father.

He told NBC National News that his daughter had recently stayed in a shelter for battered women. This is in stark contrast to earlier claims by the parents about Jessica not having any men in her life.

Author Linda Oliver said that after giving a recent speech, Jessica Chambers asked her for help to write her own book. “She thanked me for sharing some of the horrible facts of my own story” and then asked for help with hers, Oliver said.

From NBC National News…

Rev. Larry Kilgore told around 300 mourners Saturday that Chambers “fought some battles, some very tough battles,” but that she was committed to improving her life before she was killed. He shared the feelings of many who wondered why someone would kill the teen. “Our hearts are hurting, our spirits are burdened,” he said.

Chambers’ father, Ben Chambers, said his daughter left a battered women’s shelter a few months before she was killed. “She was getting on the right track. She had learned her lessons from being in bad relationships,” he told NBC News Saturday.


Alabama author Linda Oliver said Chambers had recently asked her to help write a book about her life.

Oliver, of Birmingham, said Chambers approached her while she was packing up after a speech about her own book at an Oct. 25 church conference in the Batesville area.

“She thanked me for sharing some of the horrible facts of my own story” and then asked for help with hers, Oliver said. “She said, ‘I want my story to be told.'” Oliver did not elaborate.

The Rev. Larry Kilgore of Crowder Baptist Church, about 15 miles from the funeral home where Chambers’ funeral was held, said she talked with him about personal problems, but had a relationship with Christ.

“Jessica was a young lady who just loved to be loved,” he said.

He didn’t talk about Chambers’ problems: “I will not expose her in death,” he said.

The story has all the makings of a major Hollywood motion picture. A rural county absolutely overrun with gangbangers. A battered white female with a series of relationships with black males, who is found burned alive near a gas station. The same gas station that seems to be a center of criminal activity, at least on Facebook. A police force that didn’t even bother to get the security footage from said gas station until media pointed it out 96 hours later. A missing 53 seconds of security footage. A Yemenese friend, working at the gas station, who is all over Facebook doing gang signs.

Jessica Chambers has become the poster girl for open dialog in the discussion of domestic violence. One of the slogans used by women’s groups is “Break the Silence, Stop the Violence.” However, the proliferation of domestic violence risk factors is being stifled by political correctness. Even feminist groups self-censor themselves when it come to domestic violence and femicide.

A study published in the American Journal of Public Health looked at ten years of data. Black females married to black males are 9 times more likely to be victims of spousal homicide than white females married to white males. The study found that interracial marriages where the male is black had the highest spousal homicide rate. White females married to black males are 12.4 times more likely to be murdered by their husbands than white females married to white malesSource: J A Mercy and L E Saltzman. Fatal violence among spouses in the United States, 1976-85.. American Journal of Public Health: May 1989, Vol. 79, No. 5, pp. 595-599.

“The National Black Women’s Health Project” has identified the battering of women as the number one health issue for African American women (Joseph, 1997).

Femicide is a leading cause of premature deaths in African American women aged 15-44. (Journal of Issues in Nursing Vol 7, No. 1)

Among women aged 15-24, homicide accounts for 5% of premature deaths in white females, but 20% of all premature deaths by black females.

In 1998, Salber and Taliaferro reported that the spousal homicide rate among African Americans is 8.4 times more than for whites. The incidence of spousal homicide is 7.7 times higher in interracial marriages compared to intraracial marriages. (Source

The July 2003 issue of the American Journal of Public Health published a study of spousal homicide. It was conducted by 18 experts in the medical field. The study states “Femicide, the homicide of women, is the leading cause of death in the United States among young African American women aged 15 to 45 years.”

The single highest risk category for femicide is white females paired with black males. The single most effective way that a white female can avoid becoming a victim of femicide is to not date black males.

Read more about risk factors for women.