October 28, 2019
If the skank had just stuck to dating within her species, this wouldn’t have happened to her.
Now she’s heavily disfigured, and no man will ever look at her again except with quiet revulsion.
On Friday, a jury found Jonathon White, 28, guilty of attempted murder and assault after setting his ex-girlfriend on fire in December 2018.
25-year-old Jessica Cameron was doused in gasoline and set on fire on December 17, 2018 in the parking lot of the Tim Hortons where the two both worked in the City of Tonawanda. Police said before the attack, White contacted Cameron and asked her to come outside to talk.
On Thursday, Cameron took the stand to describe the attack. Cameron suffered severe burns, injuring her face, hands and chest. She endured at least 12 surgeries.
White also testified on Thursday, as the defense’s only witness. He told the court that he was suicidal the day of the attack, and that he didn’t know how Cameron caught fire.
During closing arguments Friday morning, defense attorney Joseph Terranova built off this testimony, reminding jurors to consider White’s intent during the incident.
After the verdict on Friday, Terranova told reporters he was “disappointed” in the outcome. He thinks Cameron’s testimony “made the case” for the prosecution. He said White plans to file an appeal after his sentencing in early January. White faces a maximum of 25 years in prison.