Jessica Chambers' mother: Clear my name or arrest me

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It’s been more than 10 months since 19-year-old Jessica Chambers was set on fire and left to die on a Panola County back road.

Lisa Daugherty, Jessica’s mother, told FOX13 the time following her daughter’s death has been very difficult. She has been continually harassed by people who accuse her and other family members of having something to do with the murder.

Lisa was in tears when she spoke about the attacks, most of which come from people on the Internet.

"They quit accusing (Jessica's father) when the law enforcement cleared him," Daugherty told FOX13. "They cleared Ali. They need to clear me or my son or my daughter...or arrest us. I can't take much more of that page. They accused me of murdering my child."

The web page Lisa Daugherty is taking about is dedicated to the discussion of the brutal murder of Jessica.

Lisa said the people who bash her and her family online are criminal in their behavior, and she is sicks of the attacks.

"She can't defend herself and I try to defend her, and I am called everything under the sun and threatened," Daugherty said. "It's ridiculous."

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Daugherty told FOX13 the last 10 months have literally driven her crazy with pain due to the loss of her daughter. She said she visits Jessica's grave constantly.

The investigation is still active, and the crime is being investigated by the FBI, MBI and Panola County Sheriff's Department.

Still, Lisa Daugherty is left without a clue as to who killed Jessica Chambers.

"I can't think of any people," Daugherty said. "The type of crime...I don't know people like that."

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