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Friday, October 24, 2008

Pittsburgh Police Say ATM Evidence Conflicts with McCain Volunteer's Account of Attack

Evidence seems to be growing that the supposed attack on a McCain Volunteer in Pittsburgh, who claimed she was robbed and then attacked by a man who became enraged over "McCain" bumper stickers, may be a hoax. The Police are saying the ATM evidence that has been examined conflicts with her account of things:

A knife-wielding man robbed a McCain-Palin campaign volunteer and etched a "B" into her face after he saw a McCain bumper sticker on her car, the woman told Pittsburgh police.

Police planned to administer a polygraph test to Ashley Todd, 20, because her statements about the attack conflict with evidence from the Citizens Bank ATM where she claims the incident occurred, police said.

Todd, of College Station, Texas, told police she was using an ATM at Liberty Avenue and Pearl Street in Bloomfield just before 9 p.m. Wednesday when a man approached her, put a knife to her throat and demanded money. . . . . More


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