Nope, I'm just a guy without a chip on my shoulder.
You are entitled to your opinion. But, you aren't entitled to your own facts.
But, when someone disagrees with you, you aren't entitled to demand proof for their opinion, when you can't provide any proof for yours.
That she recanted is not proof that she is a liar, for her motivation may be trying to keep name from being known.
The definition of "recant" is to "to withdraw or repudiate (a statement or belief) formally and publicly", or "make an open confession of error".
So, by definition: she either told a falsehood earlier, or she is doing so now. I'm sure you would like to believe she is telling a falsehood now, but she has chosen to let this statement stand.
By recanting, her name escapes being printed by the news outlets.
It's too late for that. Someone has already posted an article that not only identifies the woman, it shows her face in a video.
Now if you have intimate knowledge about this case, then provide it, otherwise, you are just demanding I accept your opinion and I'm afraid that is not going to happen.
I don't care whether you accept my opinion or not. But, demanding contrary proof for an unsupported assertion is a what is known as a Negative Proof Fallacy. It's the kind of thing to which bullies resort on the playground. I presume that you are an adult -- maybe you should start acting like one.