Bethany Storro is not the first white person to hurt herself and then blame it on a Black person. This is a trend that has been going on some time now. That being said, here are the Top 6 incidents of white people committing crimes on themselves and then blaming a Black person.
6. Bethany Sorro 2010
Bethany Sorro received a lot of media attention after claiming that a Black woman threw acid on her face. After holes began popping up in her story, she admitted that the story was a hoax.
5. Bonnie Sweeten, Pennsylvania 2009
Sweeten was found in Disney World after claiming that she and her daughter were abducted by two Black men.
4. Brian Wells, Pennsylvania, 2003
Pizza deliveryman Brian Wells came to a bank in Erie, Pa. with a bomb locked around his neck. He told police that group of Black men had taken him hostage and put the bomb there. After receiving close to $9,000, the pizza man was blown to bits by the bomb. Police would later find out that Wells was in on the plot with a few of his white friends.
3. Susan Smith, South Carolina, 1994
Susan Smith claimed that a Black guy hijacked her car with her kids in it. She went on TV and received a lot of media attention. She would later admit to rolling her car into a lake, with her children in it. Why? So she could start her life over by marrying a wealthy man without having the burden of her old family.
2. Charles Stuart, Massachusetts, 1989
Charles Stuart shot himself and killed his pregnant wife for insurance money and blamed it a Black man. After the police arrested several Black men on suspicion of being involved in the incident, Stuart’s brother admitted that he was involved his brother’s wife’s killing. Charles Stuart later committed suicide.
1. Ashley Todd, Pennsylvania, 2008
This crazy, overweight, young Republican thought it would be a good idea to carve a backwards B on her face and blame it on a Black Barack Obama supporter. Too bad the police investigated her story and found out it was B.S… only after John McCain and Sarah Palin called her and offered her their condolences.
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