Friday, October 24, 2008
ASHLEY TODD, THE BITCH OF TEXAS!
Her name is Ashley Todd and Icheoku says she is a B I T C H! At Icheoku we do not usually go out of our way to call people names but this 20 year old Texan deserves all that is thrown at her. This becomes more relevant if one is an avid historian of this our great country's chequered racist past where so many black-men have been lynched or hung on tree-tops because of similarly situated fraudulent allegations. Ashley Todd falsely and maliciously alleged that a blackman molested, mutilated and robbed her; which allegation, has since been debunked. As we write this commentary, Icheoku believes that so many African American males are presently languishing in various prisons in America, convicted on fraudulent allegations and accusations of crime which they were innocent of. Needless to say that some of them equally may have been executed for no real just cause except for the Ashley Todds of America. It shall not be well with this daughter of mischief, the Jezebel of our time otherwise known as the BITCH of Texas!
How dare this whore make up such a callous story knowing the calamitous reception it will get at this time, when the wounds of the past hatred is about being finally healed with a Barack Obama's election as president of this great country? Some screaming headlines even had it that Ashley Todd was "mutilated" by a balckman. Icheoku also hopes that Ashley Todd is just a lone lunatic as any conspiracy will unmask the extent these monsters will go just to sow the seed of discord among Americans. Luckily, Ashley Todd's sins caught up with her before she could do further damage. Because of her infradignous accusation, the reversed "B" on her cheek stands for bitch and Ashley Todd is hereby declared by Icheoku as the ignominious BITCH OF TEXAS! Now watch the video: Police: Woman With 'B' Scratched In Face Faked Political Attack! Also read the full story:
"A Senator John McCain campaign volunteer Ashley Todd made up a story of being robbed, pinned to the ground and having the letter "B" scratched on her face in what she had said was a politically inspired attack, police said Friday. Ashley Todd, 20-year-old college student from College Station, Texas, admitted Friday that the story was false, said Maurita Bryant, the assistant chief of the police department's investigations division. Todd was charged with making a false report to police, and Bryant said police doubted her story from the start. Dressed in an orange hooded sweat shirt, Todd left police headquarters in handcuffs late Friday (pictured right below) and did not respond to questions from reporters. The mark on her face was faded and her left eye was slightly blackened when she arrived in district court. Todd was awaiting arraignment Friday on the misdemeanor false-report charge, which is punishable by up to two years in prison. She will be housed in a mental health unit at the county jail for her safety and because of "her not insignificant mental health issues," prosecutor Mark Tranquilli said. Todd initially told investigators she was attempting to use a bank branch ATM on Wednesday night when a 6-foot-4 black man approached her from behind, put a knife blade to her throat and demanded money. She told police she handed the assailant $60 and walked away. Todd, who is white, told investigators she suspected the man then noticed a John McCain sticker on her car. She said the man punched her in the back of the head, knocked her to the ground and scratched a backward letter "B" into her face with a dull knife. Police said Todd claimed the man told her that he was going to "teach her a lesson" for supporting the Republican presidential candidate, and that she was going to become a supporter of Democratic candidate Barack Obama. Todd told police she didn't seek medical attention, but instead went to a friend's apartment nearby and called police about 45 minutes later. Todd could provide no explanation for why she invented the story, police said. The woman told investigators she believes she cut the "B" onto her own cheek, but did not provide an explanation of how or why and said she doesn't remember doing so, police said. Police said the woman reported suffering from "mental problems" in the past, and that they do not believe anyone put her up to the act. Tranquilli said Todd will remain jailed over the weekend pending a psychiatric evaluation, which won't happen until Monday at the earliest. Bryant said somebody charged with making a false report would typically be cited and sent a summons. But because police have concerns about Todd's mental health, they are consulting with the Allegheny County District Attorney. Todd worked in New York for the College Republican National Committee before moving two weeks ago to Pennsylvania, where her duties included recruiting college students, the committee's executive director, Ethan Eilon, has said. "We are as upset as anyone to learn of her deceit, Ashley must take full responsibility for her actions," College Republican National Committee spokeswoman Ashley Barbera said in a statement. Police reported Todd's claims Thursday, as a photo of her injuries made it onto numerous blogs and news sites. By Friday, police said they had found inconsistencies in Todd's story. They gave her a lie-detector test, but wouldn't release the polygraph results. Police interviewed Todd after she contacted police Wednesday night and again on Thursday, Bryant said. They asked her to come back Friday, ostensibly to help police put together a sketch of the man. Instead, detectives began interviewing her. "They just started talking to her and she just opened up and said she wanted to tell the truth," Bryant said. Police suspected all along that Todd might not be telling the truth, starting with the fact that the "B" was backward, Bryant said. "We have robbers here in Pittsburgh, but they don't generally mutilate someone's face like that," Bryant said. "They just take the money and run."