If you notice anyone spreading the rumor around you can help by pointing them to this article here because nobody likes fake news. They say that her choice of training squirrels instead of dogs or bears suggests that she might be suffering from mental problems. Smith confessed to capturing and training squirrels to harass and attack her ex-boyfriend, the World News story claims Craig said at a press conference. She was yelling orders at the squirrels and telling them to attack me!. Smith confessed to capturing and training squirrels to harass and attack her ex-boyfriend. And incidentally, we had — we had Simpson-Bowles, you know, almost eight or 10 months ago. They claim it was made up by a website known for satire.
And meanwhile, her lawyers want a psychological evaluation. The World News story reported the arrest of a Detroit woman accused of training dozens of squirrels to carry out violent attacks on her former boyfriend on numerous occasions. Good they associate his face with bad. World News Daily Report is a well known site with a long of publishing fictional stories. So we'll leave it up to readers to decide the veracity of this one.
The story , while absurd, was written in traditional news style, complete with quotes from Detroit's actual police chief, James Craig, purported to have been made during a press conference that never happened. The victim, 51-year old James Robinson, was presumably attacked by the rodents on more than a dozen occasions over the last month. Summary of eRumor: A Michigan woman was arrested for training squirrels to attack her ex-boyfriend, who lost two fingers and a testicle in squirrel attacks. Congress will no longer vote themselves a pay raise. This is not at all true, and never came from Donald Trump.
She was yelling orders at the squirrels and telling them to attack me. The report, which was shared more than 150,000 times on Facebook within a week, begins: 45-year old Janice Smith was arrested this morning by officers of the Detroit Police Department, for allegedly capturing numerous squirrels and training them to attack her former lover. It was all because of his mad ex-girlfriend Janice Smith. He proceeded to file a complaint with the local police, who visited Smith at her home for questioning. About the author: Maarten Schenk is our resident expert on fake news and hoax websites. However, the president has not made any proposals resembling the so-called Trump Rule, nor has he put forth anything resembling Buffett's plans.
If she is judged fit to stand trial, Ms Smith will be facing a maximum of 65 years in prison. Woman Trains Squirrels to Attack Ex-Boyfriend- Fiction! However, World News Daily Report's states that the site, assumes however all responsibility for the satirical nature of its articles and for the fictional nature of their content. They also found two training dummies with pictures of Mr Robinson taped over their faces. Make a direct contribution today. Give him a food necklace in the package. The Truth: A satirical article about a woman being arrested for training squirrels to attack her ex-boyfriend has been mistaken for a factual report. The website is a well known hoax website specialized in posting hoaxes and made up stories.
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She used to train lions for a circus, so it was easy for her to make the animals do as she wanted. We can't say that would be overly surprising, considering the supposed facts. Detroit Police Chief James Craig confirmed that Janice Smith had admitted that she was responsible for the attacks and confessed her strange plot. All characters appearing in the articles in this website — even those based on real people — are entirely fictional and any resemblance between them and any persons, living, dead, or undead is purely a miracle. It came with a mugshot of a crazy looking woman with crossed eyes and a maniacal smile.
Robinson filed a complaint with the police who later paid a visit to Ms. The woman, a former circus animal trainer, taped photos of her ex-boyfriend on the faces of two training dummies and was exposed by her boyfriend after he spotted her yelling orders and cheering her mercenary squirrels from behind a bush, the story reports. On the double-edged sword side of this, they're much more dangerous than squirrels which is to say, actual injury might be sustained. She was yelling orders at the squirrels and telling them to attack me. Associate his face with a negative.
The poor man had no idea why squirrels kept attacking him until he saw his ex-girlfriend, a former circus animal trainer, cheering the animals during one of the attacks. If she is judged fit to stand trial, Ms. He likes to go beyond just debunking trending fake news stories and is endlessly fascinated by the dazzling variety of psychological and technical tricks used by the people and networks who intentionally spread made-up things on the internet. Soon after realising threat to his life, he filed a police complaint against his ex-girlfriend Janice Smith. In her residence, officers discovered a dozen cages, holding a total of 27 squirrels.