You know threads like this disgust me. They sadden me.
When I read the OP, all I thought was a person was attacked by another person. I didn't give a flying **** what color the victims skin was, or the alleged perpetrator's. But yet others immediately jumped on the racist and "hate crime" bull**** bandwagon. Immediately it's all about race.
When the woman was found to be a liar, again it's all about race. Not about a ****ed in the head woman who harmed herself and blamed a non-existent attacker. But about race. AGAIN. Accusations, innuendo, jumping to random conclusions. Everyone throwing their two cents in to try and make the situation give credence to their own beliefs about the world. Twisting things around, making wild leaps and leveraging hypothetical situations.
As long as race baiters on ALL sides continue to do this, continue to see race issues in every ****ing goddamn thing that happens, then race will ALWAYS be an issue. And it's disgusting. It's more disgusting, IMO, than what that lying wench of a woman did. At least she didn't hurt anyone but herself. But you guys... you guys hurt everyone, IMO, when you partake in this kind of race baiting behavior.
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Women (Nasty or otherwise) are going to be the reason that Donald Trump is NEVER President!
Moderator's Warning: This thread is about the woman who lied about having acid thrown in her face... NOT about taxes. Get back to the topic.
"Never fear. Him is here" - Captain Chaos (Dom DeLuise), Cannonball Run
Mace Windu: Then our worst fears have been realized. We must move quickly if the Jedi Order is to survive.
I'm interested in hearing any theories, from the "race has nothing to do with anything" contingent, as to why Bethany Storro chose to describe her attacker as an African American.
The rest of her description was rather vague: slicked back hair, ponytail, athletic build, other than that, can't really recall what she looked like (this vagueness is reflected in the initial police sketch).
But she was very emphatic on one point: the attacker was black.
Do you suppose Jesus told her to say that?
As has been mentioned, there are few blacks in the community.
She had to know it would make things hard on them.
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