Acid Attack

September 3, 2010 by USA Post 

Acid Attack, Some people are very sick and twisted walking the streets of the world. What would someone be thinking to make them want to throw acid on someone’s face? That’s a lot of anger and hatred.

Can you imagine pouring acid in a bottle or container and only by approaching a stranger and pouring acid on your face? Probably not. Those of us who have a conscience would never do that. It is absolutely the work of a psychopath.

I hope this was not a hate crime or racially motivated. Bethany robber was a black woman. While she did not say and racial epithets, one has to wonder if she said Bethany, because he was white. I really hope that was not the case at all.

Storr Bethany walked over care of their own business. She was happy as she was celebrating her new job when a stranger threw acid on her face. Instantly she really could hear his burning skin.

Storr Bethany celebrated his new job when a stranger approached him and asked: “Hey darling, will you take this?”

The attacker threw a cup of acid in the face of Storr. His skin began to sizzle immediately.

The 28-year-old from Vancouver, Washington spoke publicly for the first time since the vicious attack earlier this week in his hometown.

“It was the most painful thing ever,” he said from the hospital on Thursday. “My heart stopped. It ripped through my clothes at the moment he touched the shirt, I could feel the burn through my second layer of skin.”

Just before the attack, Storr was a cloud over his new job. As a gift, he bought a new pair of sunglasses.

The current proved to be a lifesaver, protecting it from almost certain blindness if the acid had slept a wink.

Storr described her attacker as a black woman in her late 20s wearing khaki pants and hair in a ponytail.

“Never seen this girl in my life,” said Storr. “When I first saw her, she had this oddity of it – such as jealousy, anger.”

The surgeon who operated on Storr said the fluid was as strong as hydrochloric acid or sulfuric acid.

While police were looking for his attacker, Storr has one question: “Why?”

Do you wake in the morning my attacker and say that I will “take some acid in a glass and throw it in the first person I see?” Asked Storr.

Despite the severe damage to the face, Storr, who lost much of its audience after two episodes of spinal meningitis as a child, I was happy that I could still see.

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