quote:Police investigators say no one outside of her family who was at the Monterey Road Wendy's restaurant on March 22 reported seeing the finger in Ayala's mouth or seeing her spit it out, according to police investigator Christopher Wilson.
Although Ayala and several of her relatives said they vomited in reaction, police found no evidence that anyone vomited, and employees said they did not clean up any vomit that night.
All employees denied knowledge or involvement, police said. The California Department of Health Services traced the food products back, and found no contamination or accidents that could account for the severed finger.
And finally, testing conducted by the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner's Office showed the finger had not been cooked at 170 degrees for three hours, as Wendy's chili recipe is. The tests also ``disproved some of the statements made by suspect Anna Ayala in regards the finger in her chili.''
Where the finger came from, however, was not disclosed, if investigators know.
Ya know, the investigators probably noticed some flaws in her story right from the start. Those early gaps surely spurred them to dig a little deeper. Yep, those pre-hints I'll wager led to her downfall.
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I'm just glad that Wendy's was able to stub out the rumors about their food.
I've heard that they plan to let Anna Ayala off a little easier if she agrees to travel the country making stump speeches about the evils of this kind of behavior.
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