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The finger that was cut off was not as long as the finger found in the bowl of chili. Common sense and logic would dictate it is not the same finger, unless fingers grow when detached and submerged in Wendy's chili.
Double w/ cheese / plain
mmmmm mmmmm good.
The widely publicized case involving a finger allegedly found in a bowl of Wendy's chili takes a bizarre turn, as police search the victim's home and her daughter claims cops roughed her up and pointed a gun at her mother.
But in a strange twist in an already strange case, the spotlight is now on police and how they handled the search.
The daughter of alleged foul-food victim, Anna Ayala, claimed police used excessive force on her during the search.
Genesis Ayala claimed police first confronted her mother. "(A) gun (was) pointed to her head and (they) pushed the door open," Genesis Ayala said.
And once inside, Genesis Ayala and a border at her house said police apparently roamed from room to room, trashing the place.
But Genesis Ayala said there was no need for police to allegedly rough her up in the search process. "They twisted this," Ayala said, talking about her shoulder. "I ripped a tendon."
Anna Ayala was not willing to talk on camera, but she told KVBC she has hired a lawyer and plans to fight back.
Originally posted by Lanotom
What about a finger print. Maybe it belongs to someone who works at a processing plant and maybe they are wanted and are afraid to come forward.
Originally posted by SpittinCobra
Will FingerGate ever be solved?
Originally posted by LazarusTheLong
Just for the record, I firmly KNOW that a finger tip could end up in wendys chili.
mind you... this situation all happened over 2 years ago, but it happened to me as well.