Talk:Police search home of Las Vegas woman who found finger in her chili at Wendy's

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? should we now prepare for rioting as in the Rodney King incident of police brutality years before --> "Can't we all just get along?"

! $50,000 reward.

-edw 14:06, 8 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Perhaps they somehow matched the DNA of the finger against that of Ayala's aunt? It seems a bit extreme that they went all the way to Vegas to search her home, unless they had some evidence that suggested she was somehow involved.
Anyways, it doesn't look good for Ayala. Even if she is found to have placed the finger in the chili herself, it will be hard for me to walk into a Wendy's ever again.
Hopefully they didn't invade Ayala's home on the word of a Wendy's spokesman declaring the company's innocence. I am suspicious whenever a large corporation finds itself innocent after an "internal investigation".
If Ayala is eventually extradited to San Jose for a trial at our downtown courthouse, I will definitely be there to cover it firsthand on behalf of Wikinews with original reporting! — DV 18:22, 8 Apr 2005 (UTC)
I'm very suspicious of this Ms. Ayala. It is obviously very strange for the fingertip to not have been cooked. The police also say no employees of the Wendy's in question have missing fingers and no injuries were reported at the processing plant. I also read recently that she has been involved in several other suits against companies. It looks to me like she was hoping for a quick payoff but Wendy's didn't "bite". DoubleBlue (Talk) 21:16, 9 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Will do. Im new at this, thanks for the pointers. --CT April 9 2005

Anon: your browser may be having a problem, but your space subtractions appear random to others. The "meatloaf" vandalism was visible for 4 minutes, and we appreciate your pointing it out. You might, next time, delete the vandalism yourself when you find it. - Amgine 19:54, 9 Apr 2005 (UTC)