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Wendy's Chili Case was a Husband-Wife Conspiracy (moved from ATSNN)

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posted on May, 13 2005 @ 01:56 PM
San Jose Police Chief Rob Davis said the Jig is Up, for Anna Ayala and her husband Jaime Plascencia. Scientific evidence has now proven beyond a doubt, that the finger found in the bowl of Wendy's Chili came from a friend of Anna Ayala's husband. According to Davis the man lost the finger in an industrial accident last December. Police have not released the name of the individual who lost the finger at this time.
SAN JOSE, Calif. - The finger that a woman said she found in a bowl of Wendy's chili came from an associate of her husband who lost the digit in an industrial accident, police said Friday.

"The jig is up. The puzzle pieces are beginning to fall into place," Police Chief Rob Davis said.

The man is from Nevada and lost a part of his finger in an accident last December, Davis said. His identity was traced through a tip made to Wendy's hot line, he said.

He said authorities "positively confirmed that this subject was in fact the source of the fingertip."

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Jaime P. Plascencia (Anna Ayala ‘s husband) was arrested last Wednesday on a $450,000 warrant at the Las Vegas-area home he shares with Anna Ayala. Plascencia is now in a Nevada jail awaiting extradition to San Jose on attempted grand larceny and grand larceny charges.

As you can see the plot thickens big time, since her husband was part of the conspiracy all along. He also appears to have a very shady past like his wife.

Court documents supporting the arrest of Ayala's husband, Jaime P. Plascencia, at the couple's Las Vegas home on Wednesday say Plascencia was charged with six felony counts, including failure to pay support for children from previous relationships with two San Jose women and allegedly stealing his young son's identity to avoid having his wages garnished for child support.

The allegations of Ayala's witchcraft and her husband's serial philandering are just the latest twists in the bizarre whodunit swirling around the discovery of a human finger in the chili at a San Jose Wendy's on March 22.

Court records paint Plascencia as a womanizer who fathered five children with his first wife and a girlfriend, while carrying on a secret "double life" with both women. He also owed more than $433,000 in child support, according to court records.

Bertha Gaddi, a former girlfriend who said Plascencia fathered her three children, told investigators she thought he was single when they met in 1990. The San Jose woman said she believed him when he said he had to leave town about three days each week to work on a construction job.

Now the question is how much time they will spend in prison and how much Wendy's will sue them for?

[edit on 5/13/2005 by shots]

posted on May, 14 2005 @ 07:32 AM
I wonder if the employees from Wendy's can also sue them for loss of wages?

If nothing else this proves once again that a family that plays together stays together al be it in jail cells


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