Missing Baby Lisa Irwin
October 12, 2011 by staff
Missing Baby Lisa Irwin, Police officers and drained a summons was issued to local media interview footage related to the disappearance of ten months of age, Lisa Irwin of Kansas City, Missouri, this week, as hope returned that Irwin safely begin to fade.
Lisa is believed to have disappeared from her crib at some point the night of October 3rd or early October 4 and was last seen by her mother, Deborah Bradley, at approximately 22:30 on Monday night .
Jeremy Irwin Lisa’s father reportedly discovered that the baby was gone when he returned home from a late shift at work in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
“The windows were open and the lights were on and that was nowhere,” said Irwin “Good Morning America” ??on Thursday. “We’ve been going over everything in our minds. Just I have no idea.”
On Tuesday, Kansas City firefighters looked for a hole under the porch of an abandoned house on the advice of an informant. However, finding no new evidence.
On Monday, the grand jury subpoenas were sent to several television stations in Kansas City, asking for “all materials, including raw footage of interviews or statements from neighbors, relatives or family friends, in connection with baby lost Lisa Irwin. ”
Jim Roberts, spokesman for the prosecution, told the Associated Press that the subpoenas were necessary to prevent the destruction of stations video if that might be needed at a future date.
R. Michael Cassidy, a professor at the School of Law, Boston College, told MSNBC that there could be several reasons for finding images – as an attempt to identify inconsistencies in the accounts of Lisa’s parents’ of events surrounding its disappearance.
“You could say they have one or both parents as suspects, and tests are being developed for everything said in the past and before the arrest,” Cassidy told MSNBC Tuesday. “To prove that someone’s story has changed over time can also be very overwhelming.”
Aunt Lisa told the media that Bradley was preparing to be arrested by the disappearance of Lisa, but the baby’s mother has maintained that he has no idea what happened to her daughter.
“This is what the police,” said Ashley Irwin “Good Morning America.” “They have no clue so I just need to fix it to someone.”
Kansas City Police denied any plan to arrest Bradley, or any other person.
“I feel no pressure to accuse anyone,” said police spokesman Capt. Steve Kansas City Young, Kansas City Star “We are under pressure to do what we can to find a child.”
On Sunday, the police and the FBI conducted a reenactment of the disappearance of Lisa in the house she shares with her parents and their young children from previous relationships.
“The shooting scene was submitted by researchers to test the story told by the parents of Lisa”, according to ABC News.
On Friday, FBI investigators spent two hours looking at Deffenbaugh Industries landfill in a suburb of Kansas City. Bridget Patton, an FBI spokesman told ABC News that the search is related to lack Lisa baby case, but provided no details.
The landfill itself was registered on Tuesday, the day Lisa Irwin was first reported missing.
Relations between the Kansas City police and the parents of 10-month-old Jeremy Bradley and Deborah Irwin, tightened at the end of this week – starting with the researchers to paint a picture of the young couple who do not cooperate and unreliable.
Bradley and Irwin was on the “Today Show” on Friday to discuss the ongoing investigation to find her daughter – who has made several official tracks and no suspects.
Matt Lauer opened the interview by saying Lisa’s parents in the many cases of missing children has been covered, it has rarely seen the police a statement that the child’s parents do not cooperate – a charge Kansas City Police aimed at Irwin and Bradley, a single couple who each have children from previous relationships living with them
In a news conference Thursday night, Captain Steve Young said that Lisa’s parents and uncooperative, which may or may not have been a misinterpretation of your request for a break from questioning.
“We were at the station yesterday met again, and I had only reached my boiling point and asked, ‘Guys, I can not do this today, I need a break, [and] I can not answer more questions,”said ‘Irwin, 28, Lauer. “The next thing I knew was the press conference yesterday. We make sure to tell everyone that we are still cooperating, we are still talking to the police, [and] we’re still doing everything possible to try to find Lisa and bring back home.”
Bradley only had a polygraph test – which he said he offered to do. The police told him no, but Bradley did not remember the questions that are believed to have answered incorrectly.
Irwin told Lauer that he had not requested a polygraph test, which led to the headquarters to ask if he would do so. Irwin gave an affirmative, if somewhat vague, the answer.
“I would be willing to do everything possible to bring my daughter home with Lisa, where it belongs,” he said.
Lauer asked if police believed that Bradley “calling [her] out” was an attempt to address the spouses to each other.
Bradley said after a brief hesitation. “Possibly,” he said. Later he added: “Our concern is to find Lisa and bring it home … I do not care what we have to follow to get it.”
Parents discussed the situation in “Good Morning America” ??as well.
“From the beginning, when I have questioned once could not fill the gaps, it became” You did, you did, ‘”Bradley said GMA Friday.” They took a picture under the table and said: Look at your baby! And what is right for her! “I kept saying I do not know … I just sat there. I do not even have to leave. I just let keep asking questions.”
“The suspicion often falls heavily on parents, especially young children,” said David Finkelhor, director of the Center for Crimes Against Children Research at the University of New Hampshire, ABC News.
“For a parent who has been kidnapped stranger is true, this is devastating. You are dealing with the loss of a child, and the police are regarded as one of the main suspects,” Finkelhor said. “You can get that do not cooperate because the family feels mistreated by the police.”
Communication between the Kansas City police and the parents of Lisa’s baby has since been restored, and Bradley and Irwin are again meeting with investigators, according to ABC News.
On Monday, police told ABC News that more than 250 tips had come in.
“We are pursuing those who can, but unfortunately has not really come from them,” said Young.
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