Tuesday, September 21, 2010
RACIST PRANK, A WHITE GIRL THROWS ACID ON SELF AND BLAMES BLACK GIRL!
As another white girl wrongly accuses a black person of inflicting a criminal injury on her, Icheoku says this is the second time it is happening in the recent past. A white girl in Vancouver Washington throws acid on herself and accuses a black woman of being responsible. It lead law enforcement agencies on a wild goose manhunt for the supposed criminal until investigation eventually led them back to her; thus the complainant becomes the accused. Icheoku says it seems de javu American 50s all over again and the lynching of innocent black people based on hoax perpetrated by racist white people comes to mind.
First was during the tail end of the 2008 McCain/Obama heated presidential campaign when a girl in Pennsylvania cut her face up with razor-blade and blamed a black man for the assault. Now it is this no-good white bimbo from Vancouver who went to the extent of throwing acid on her face and pointed accusatory fingers on one phantom black woman. Icheoku wonders the kind of hatred which was churning inside this girl's heart to lead her to the great extent of pouring acid on herself just to implicate a black person. Which but for the vigilance of some homeless people who witnessed her fall on the ground with no one by her side, would have led to another anti-black people sentimental emotional outburst in an increasingly more racist charged America ever since the advent of black President Obama.
The 28 year grocery store worker, Bethany Storro, concocted her tale from hell of a black woman assaulting her with a cup of acid and elicited sympathy and financial support from a gullible but sympathetic public; who rallied around to help pay her hospital expenses and rehabilitation; only to later find out that they have been duped by a wicked and racist soul who inflicted an acid attack on herself and blamed it on a black woman. Icheoku says not only is Bethany Storro "obviously dealing with some deep internal emotional and psychological problems" as alleged by her parents; but she is also a case study for a lunatic asylum where she needs to be long confined until she figures out the demon in her that pushed her into this path of infamy - accusing another person for the acid attack she levied on herself. Icheoku says the black community in Vancouver are rightfully indignant that another white girl claiming to be a crime victim had once again purposely and wrongfully placed an African-American person in jeopardy - the villain which fits the template of the usual suspect in America.
According to one commentator who is conversant with the usual police and criminal justice practices in America of presuming African Americans guilty as alleged, "this case is quite different as the police did not automatically accept she was telling the truth because she is white." Thanks to good old police investigative work that unraveled her story 'of a strange black woman throwing acid on her; who searched her home and car; wanted to know why no witnesses saw the attack; why the pattern of splash was not cognizant with the alleged throw and finally why the phony victim was wearing sunglasses after 7 pm as she alleged it was her sunglasses which she had bought immediately before the attack that saved her eyes.
On the final analysis, Icheoku says lets hope American criminal justice system will learn some lesson from this experience that many of those they rush through the harrowed criminal justice are sometimes not guilty of the crime they are convicted of. That so many people are languishing in the prison system today with many already executed wrongfully based on hoax perpetrated by racists white people as this self-inflicted acid injury by Bethany Storro of Vancouver Washington has shown. Icheoku prays that long after she is healed of her physical injuries that some permanent scar shall remain to serve as a constant reminder of her wicked act; and also that her pangs of guilt shall remain indelible. Bethany Storro shame on you, how low could you go to prove your racist wicked heart.