Bethany Storro Facebook

September 17, 2010 by USA Post 

Bethany Storro Facebook, Bethany Storr, a Vancouver woman 28 years of age required for a black woman had thrown acid on her face in an attack, has admitted that he threw the acid on herself. Police are now saying that they saw inconsistencies in the history of Storr from the beginning, says ABC.

Vancouver, Washington Police Commander Marla Schuman said on Friday on Good Morning America: “In truth, there were no warning signs from the beginning,” he said.

“At first only the form of attack, when she is talking about being splashed in the face with acid and the demarcation, the placement of lesions in the face … the idea that wearing sunglasses at 7:30 night when normally doesn ‘t wear sunglasses. Just the little things that just do not add to an image of normalcy. ”

Police announced Thursday that the case was closed, and not to speculate on the reasons for Storr.

Before the confession that the wounds were self-acid-inflicted, Storr received monetary donations and was booked to appear on Oprah. His appearance was canceled after doubts about his story began to circulate. Storr posted a message on his Facebook page, saying: “From the beginning I wanted to inspire people (I hope I have) and tell them about Jesus.”

Following the August 30 attack, several Facebook pages dedicated to Storr were created, along with a wave of public sympathy. Storr is now facing a backlash on Facebook, with burn victims and other members of condemning people to make the attack.

Schuman said prosecutors are deciding whether to charge Storr, adding he was “very remorseful.”

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