69yo Shirley Teter 'Backtracks,' 'Changes Her Story' After O'Keefe Video

Chris Menahan
Oct. 21, 2016

James O'Keefe appears to have gotten yet another scalp.

From Breitbart:
A woman who accused a Donald Trump supporter of punching her outside a Trump rally in North Carolina is backtracking after James O'Keefe and Project Veritas released video showing Democrat operatives claiming she was a trained activist.

69-year-old Shirley Teter of Asheville now says it is possible that 73-year-old Richard L. Campbell merely touched her accidentally, as his attorney had claimed all along.

Originally, Harris told local ABC News affiliate WLOS, "He stopped in his tracks, and he turned around and just cold-cocked me." She also added a pointed, rhetorical question — namely, whether "people find a Trump supporter punching her in the face deplorable."
Now, however, Teter is changing her story rather dramatically. She told WLOS on Wednesday that "it's possible that he could have struck her with his backhand."

O'Keefe's undercover video showed Democracy Partners consultant Scott Foval — who has since been fired — claiming that Teeter was a "trained" political activist.

WLOS reports that Teter "vehemently denied being involved in any way with any person, group, or organization, political or otherwise." She did admit having volunteered on Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign.

As a result of Teter's initial accusation, police in Asheville issued a warrant for Campbell's arrest, and his name was dragged through the mud nationwide — for the simple act of attending a political rally.
Scott Foval was fired, Robert Creamer was fired, and now this woman who appears to have framed an innocent old man in order to make Hillary Clinton look good has changed her story. Nonetheless, the media is still ignoring O'Keefe's video and Hillary Clinton refused to answer questions about them Wednesday, saying their existence is a Trump "conspiracy theory."

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