Lisa Irwin Suspects

November 12, 2011 by staff 

Lisa Irwin Suspects, The parents of missing Missouri baby Lisa Irwin are considered suspects by police investigating the girl’s disappearance, the family’s attorney said.

John Picerno, the Kansas City lawyer hired by parents Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin, said detectives have confirmed the status to the couple, FOX News Channel reported.

“Oh, they’ve told them as much … sure. Debbie in particular,” Picerno said Friday, as the family marked what would be Lisa Irwin’s first birthday.

The Kansas City Police Department quickly denied his claims, telling FOX News that the parents have not been told they are suspects.

“We have no suspects in the case,” police spokeswoman Stacey Graves confirmed in an email.

Lisa Irwin’s two half-brothers were interviewed Thursday for a second time by investigators trying to piece together clues about her Oct. 4 disappearance from her crib at the family’s Kansas City home.

Picerno said the delay in re-interviewing the brothers had nothing to do with his clients, but was instead because the FBI had “scheduling conflicts.”

Picerno confirmed Friday that the interview “went fine,” adding that there were “no new developments.”

A forensic specialist from Washington, D.C., spoke with the boys, who are aged five and eight, for less than an hour Thursday and the conversation was videotaped, Picerno said.

Picerno also said he wanted to “set the record straight” about rumors that his clients were not fully cooperating with local police and the FBI.

“They’ve cooperated since day one,” he said. “They’ve been interviewed, interrogated, for 30 hours.”

Lisa Irwin’s parents told investigators they believe she was abducted overnight while other members of the family slept.

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