PITTSBURGH-- Pittsburghpolice are still questioning a 20-year-old woman who said she was robbed and assaulted at an ATM in because of her political views. Bloomfield
(name redacted) , of
, said she was using an ATM at College Station, Texas Liberty Avenueand Pearl Streetjust before 9 p.m. Wednesday when a man approached her and put a knife to her throat.
Police spokeswoman Diane Richard said the robber took $60 from (name redacted) , then became angry when he saw a McCain bumper sticker on the victim's car. The attacker then punched and kicked the victim, before using a dull knife to scratch the letter "B" into her face, Richard said.
"She further stated that the male actor approached her from the back again and hit her in the back of her head with an object, she doesn't know what the object was, causing her to fall to the ground where he continued to punch her and kick her and threaten to 'teach her a lesson' for being a McCain supporter," Richard said.
Richard said the woman refused medical treatment after the assault, which happened outside the view of the bank's surveillance cameras. More Here
For those playing the home game, here are some clues:
1) she’s robbed at knife point at an ATM then the guy noticed the bumper sticker on her car and got medieval on her face. Hmmm, why would someone risk a successful armed robbery to go back for seconds?
2) the “B” scratch is superficial. The sort of superficial that would leave a mark but no permanent scar or damage.
3) the “B” is backwards as if done in a mirror
It would be more disturbing if I was wrong but I’m betting my bottom dollar that this woman made up the story.
Reeks of a finger found in Wendi’s chili.