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Post by alwaysbelieve on Sat Oct 22, 2011 12:34 pm

Search yields a 'hit' as some details emerge from inside Lisa Irwin’s house

A specially trained dog “hit” on the scent of a dead person inside
the Northland home of a missing toddler, court documents revealed
Friday.

That was just one of the insights into the search for
Lisa Irwin that were made public despite efforts by authorities to seal
the documents.

Even before this week’s search warrant at the
house, an FBI dog trained to detect the scent of dead people was taken
into the house Monday on the consent of Lisa’s parents, Deborah Bradley
and Jeremy Irwin, according to an affidavit filed Friday in Clay County
Circuit Court.

“The cadaver dog indicated a positive ‘hit’ for
the scent of a deceased human in an area of the floor of Bradley’s
bedroom near the bed,” the affidavit said.

What the dog found was
one reason authorities went to a judge the next day to obtain the
search warrant, according to the affidavit. That search was carried out
Wednesday at the Northland home where Lisa was reported missing from
her crib Oct. 4.

Authorities would not discuss the significance of the cadaver dog or anything found during Wednesday’s search.
The documents listed the following items that were taken by
searchers: multicolor comforter, purple shorts, multicolor Disney
character shirt, glow worm toy, “Cars” themed blanket, rolls of tape
and tape dispenser.


Bridget Patton, spokeswoman for the FBI in
Kansas City, said she would have no further comment beyond the
information contained in the public documents.

Sgt. Stacey Graves, spokeswoman for the Kansas City Police Department, also said she could not discuss specifics of the case.

Authorities
sought to have the documents sealed because they contained information
that “would likely interfere in the ongoing investigation.”
A judge, however, denied the motion.

An attorney who represents the parents said Friday the release of the search warrant affidavit was a distraction.
“The state wanted this sealed so that there wouldn’t be wild
speculation or people over-analyzing or mis-analyzing the information,”
said attorney Cyndy Short. “We’re not concerned about it. We believe
Lisa is alive and will be found. This is a distraction and we continue
to support this family and its search for Lisa.”

Dogs had been
used previously to track scents from the house. But retired FBI special
agent Jeff Lanza said dogs referred to as cadaver dogs are specifically
trained to detect the presence of human remains as well as residual
odors of deceased people in areas where the remains are no longer
located.

“They are very useful and very effective,” Lanza said.

Dave Bernard, a retired Kansas City police homicide sergeant, said
such dogs are still considered as the best way to detect deceased
humans. Bernard said he had used the dogs numerous times during his
career.

“I always felt pretty confident that if there was something there they would find it,” he said.
He did say, however, that there were times when dogs “hit” on an area, but nothing was found.

A
day after that consent search with the dog, police sought the search
warrant for the residence in the 3600 block of North Lister Avenue as
well as an outbuilding and a trailer on the property.

In their
request for the search warrant, authorities said they were looking for
“any evidence deemed to have evidentiary value to the relevant case of
a missing child.” That evidence being sought included DNA,
fingerprints, cellphones and evidence of human decomposition, according
to the affidavit.

Authorities indicated the search warrant was necessary, in part, to help clarify some of the things witnesses have told police.

“Investigative
interviews with the people involved revealed conflicting information
for clear direction in the investigation,” the officers wrote.

They
specifically noted a statement by Bradley that she did not initially
look for her daughter behind the house because “she was afraid of what
she might find.”


According to a review of the investigation included in the court
documents, police were called to the residence on Oct. 4 after the
parents reported their then-10-month-old daughter missing.

Detectives received consent from the family to search the home and surrounding property beginning that day.
Besides the baby, the parents told police that three cellphones were missing from the home.

“The three reported missing cellphones have not been located and would include additional evidence,” the affidavit states.

Without
detailing what had been recovered prior to this week’s search, the
officers seeking the search warrant stated that they have “recovered
evidence helpful to further progress the investigation.”

However, they said a more “extensive intrusive” search was needed.

“The
items and evidence recovered as of this date supports the need for a
thorough, time consuming and systematic search using additional
techniques,” the affidavit states. “The land includes a garden area
with portions of dirt having an appearance of being recently disturbed
or overturned.”


Police and federal investigators spent much of Wednesday searching the house and yard.
By TONY RIZZO The Kansas City Star
Posted on Fri, Oct. 21, 2011 11:34 PM

Read more: http://www.kansascity.com/2011/10/21/3222115/some-details-emerge-from-lisas.html#ixzz1bVtP4HQ0

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Post by TomTerrific0420 on Sat Oct 22, 2011 2:10 pm

The search for Lisa Irwin
hit closer to home this week as cadaver dogs have picked up the scent
of human remains next to the her parent's bed, according to a police
affidavit.

But an attorney for the family said following the cadaver dog's nose may be misleading investigators.

"My understanding is that there are cold cases where dogs have hit on
scents of decomposition that have been in the home for as long as 28
years," said Cyndy Short, in an exclusive interview with "Good Morning
America." "This is an old home. 63 years old. There could be a lot of
other explanations for that."

But Brad Garrett, an ABC News consultant and former FBI special agent, said cadaver dogs are typically accurate.

"In studies done of cadaver dogs where the dog has direct access to the scent and its reasonably fresh - its above 90 percent.

The affidavit, released on Friday, revealed that a cadaver dog searching
for evidence for missing the 11-month-old "indicated a positive 'hit'
for the scent of a deceased human" next to her mother's bed.

The affidavit was filed with a Kansas City court to request a search warrant of the family home.

The search was conducted Wednesday and police left with several items, including a large portion of carpet.

The court document also indicated that Lisa's parents, Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin, restricted police access to the home.

"The only areas extensively processed for DNA and fingerprints during
the consent were the baby's bedroom and possible points of entry," the
document states.

"The extent of the search had been limited in nature with consent" of
the parents, police stated in the request for the search warrant.

The cadaver dog that searched the home on Oct. 17 with the parents'
agreement "indicated a positive 'hit' for the scent of a deceased human
in an area of the floor of Bradley's bedroom near the bed," the
affidavit stated. The consistency and accuracy of cadaver dogs has been
challenged in past cases.

The police request for the warrant said, "A more extensive and intrusive search needs to be completed at the property where the baby was last accounted."

New Clues in Disappearance of Missing Baby Lisa?

The document also contained a puzzling comment by Lisa's mother.
"Bradley made the statement she did not initially look for her baby
behind the house because she 'was afraid of what she might find,'" it
said.

In addition, the police cited a "garden area with portions of dirt
having an appearance of being recently disturbed or overturned."

The affidavit lists items that investigators took from the house,
including a multicolored comforter, purple shorts, a Disney character
shirt, a glow worm toy, a Cars-themed blanket, rolls of tape and a tape
dispenser.

Bradley has previously told investigators that Lisa was wearing purple
shorts and a purple t-shirt when she last saw her on the night of Oct.
3, the night Lisa vanished.

The document also revealed that inconsistent stories from the "people
involved" may have hampered the early stages of the investigaton.

"Investigative interviews with the people involved revealed conflicting
information for clear direction in the investigation," the affidavit
said.

Earlier Friday, three witnesses
in two Kansas City locations told "Good Morning America" they were
convinced they saw a man carrying a baby matching Lisa's description the
night she disappeared from her Missouri bedroom.

Mike Thompson told ABC News that he was on his way home from work around
4 a.m. on Oct. 4 when he saw a man in a t-shirt carrying a baby at an
intersection about three miles from the Irwin home.

It was shortly after 4 a.m. that Lisa's parents said they discovered she was missing.

"[At] 4 a.m., 45 degrees, baby don't have a coat or nothing and this guy
is walking down the street and I thought it was kind of weird,"
Thompson said.

He thought the sight was so unusual that he recalled considering
offering the man and baby a ride home, but couldn't because he was on
his motorcycle. He later reported what he saw to police and told ABC
News he is convinced the baby was Lisa.

Thompson described the man as around 5-feet-7, between 140 and 150 pounds and in his late 30s or early 40s.

A few hours earlier, a couple living three houses down from the Irwin
family said they saw a similar sight. A woman and her husband said they
saw a man in a t-shirt carrying a baby. They thought the situation was
so unusual that they reported it to police on the morning of Oct. 4.

"It was shocking because I couldn't imagine anyone outside walking with
their baby in the cold like that with no clothes on," the woman told ABC
News.

Bradley has said that Lisa was wearing purple shorts and a purple
t-shirt when she last saw her, but the neighboring couple said they baby
they saw did not appear to be wearing any clothing.

"We seen the little arm, the leg, it didn't look like the baby had on any clothes, just a diaper," she said.

The woman said police have interviewed her four times and police say they are still looking into the possible sightings.

"That is something that we've followed up on," said Kansas City Police
Department Sgt. Stacey Graves. "We've haven't discounted it and we have
no reason to believe that they didn't see what they said that they saw."

The focus of the investigation this week has been largely centered on Lisa's parents.

The couple has retained two lawyers: well-known New York defense attorney Joe Tacopina and a local Kansas City attorney.

An anonymous benefactor is offering a $100,000 reward for Baby Lisa's safe return or the conviction of whoever took the little girl.

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Re: LISA IRWIN - 10 months (2011) - Kansas City MO

Post by TomTerrific0420 on Sun Oct 23, 2011 1:16 pm

New surveillance footage of mystery man may support Lisa Irwin parents' claim that their daughter was abducted.

In video obtained exclusively by "Good Morning America," a man dressed
in white is seen leaving a wooded area, at 2:30 a.m. -- the night of
Lisa's disappearance.

The family claims Lisa was abducted and they point to key witnesses who saw a suspicious man that night, carrying a baby.

Mike Thompson told ABC News that he was on his way home from work around
4 a.m. on Oct. 4 when he saw a man in a t-shirt carrying a baby at an
intersection about three miles from the Irwin home.

It was shortly after 4 a.m. that Lisa's parents said they discovered she was missing.

"[At] 4 a.m., 45 degrees, baby don't have a coat or nothing and this guy
is walking down the street and I thought it was kind of weird,"
Thompson said.

He thought the sight was so unusual that he recalled considering
offering the man and baby a ride home, but couldn't because he was on
his motorcycle.

He later reported what he saw to police and told ABC News he is convinced the baby was Lisa.

Thompson described the man as around 5-feet-7, between 140 and 150 pounds and in his late 30s or early 40s.

A few hours earlier, a couple living three houses down from the Irwin
family said they saw a similar sight. A woman and her husband said they
saw a man in a t-shirt carrying a baby. They thought the situation was
so unusual that they reported it to police on the morning of Oct. 4.

"It was shocking because I couldn't imagine anyone outside walking with
their baby in the cold like that with no clothes on," the woman told ABC
News.

Bradley has said that Lisa was wearing purple shorts and a purple
t-shirt when she last saw her, but the neighboring couple said they baby
they saw did not appear to be wearing any clothing.

"We seen the little arm, the leg, it didn't look like the baby had on any clothes, just a diaper," she said.

ABC News consultant and former FBI agent Brad Garrett said the timeline of events is strange.

"Are you going to logically abduct a child, let's say in the midnight
area, then 2-4 hours later, you are spotted in the proximity of the
neighborhood. I mean, that doesn't make any sense," he said. "It could
be true. of course, but the logic of abducting a child is so you can
take the child to some other location."

Dumpster Fire Investigation

GMA has also learned that police are investigating a fire that took place at this Dumpster at that same time, in that same area.

That dumpster fire could explain not only why burnt clothes were shown
to Lisa's parents during interrogation, but also why authorities
searched an area landfill as part of the investigation.

The Dumpster is emptied at the landfill.

The man who reported the fire told GMA that flames were shooting several
feet into the air, and he believes some kind of accelerant was used.

Cadaver Dog 'Positive Hit'

Overnight, family lawyer Cyndy Short, gave GMA an exclusive tour of the home where she went missing.

It was the first time she saw the home, and what she found, surprised her.

On Friday, cadavar dogs had a "positive hit" at the foot of their bed. But last night, the rug was still there, in tact.

"I thought the dog alerted on one side or the other of the bed but as
you notice as you walk around, all the carpeting is in tact…that is it
was not cut out to preserve. Whatever it was that the dog allegedly hit
on… I personally find that surprising," Short said.

The house has been searched multiple times by police. They came with a
search warrant this week – but Short points out that very little has
been disturbed.

The search was conducted Wednesday and police left with several items, including a large portion of carpet.

The court document also indicated that Lisa's parents, Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin, restricted police access to the home.

"The only areas extensively processed for DNA and fingerprints during
the consent were the baby's bedroom and possible points of entry," the
document states.

"The extent of the search had been limited in nature with consent" of
the parents, police stated in the request for the search warrant.

The cadaver dog that searched the home on Oct. 17 with the parents'
agreement "indicated a positive 'hit' for the scent of a deceased human
in an area of the floor of Bradley's bedroom near the bed," the
affidavit stated. The consistency and accuracy of cadaver dogs has been
challenged in past cases.

The police request for the warrant said, "A more extensive and intrusive search needs to be completed at the property where the baby was last accounted."

New Clues Emerge

The document also contained a puzzling comment by Lisa's mother.
"Bradley made the statement she did not initially look for her baby
behind the house because she 'was afraid of what she might find,'" it
said.

In addition, the police cited a "garden area with portions of dirt
having an appearance of being recently disturbed or overturned."

The affidavit lists items that investigators took from the house,
including a multicolored comforter, purple shorts, a Disney character
shirt, a glow worm toy, a Cars-themed blanket, rolls of tape and a tape
dispenser.

Bradley has previously told investigators that Lisa was wearing purple
shorts and a purple t-shirt when she last saw her on the night of Oct.
3, the night Lisa vanished.

The document also revealed that inconsistent stories from the "people
involved" may have hampered the early stages of the investigaton.

"Investigative interviews with the people involved revealed conflicting
information for clear direction in the investigation," the affidavit
said.

The focus of the investigation this week has been largely centered on Lisa's parents.

The couple has retained two lawyers: well-known New York defense attorney Joe Tacopina and a local Kansas City attorney.



An anonymous benefactor is offering a $100,000 reward for Baby Lisa's safe return or the conviction of whoever took the little girl.

http://abcnews.go.com/US/baby-lisa-irwin-surveillance-footage-mystery-man/story?id=14795844&page=2
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Re: LISA IRWIN - 10 months (2011) - Kansas City MO

Post by TomTerrific0420 on Sun Oct 23, 2011 1:18 pm



Parent, neighbor, stranger, sicko how could ever harm a hair on this
Little Princess's head???
I am dumbfounded...
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Re: LISA IRWIN - 10 months (2011) - Kansas City MO

Post by ladibug on Mon Oct 24, 2011 2:19 am

Baby Lisa Irwin: Eerie Similarities To Another Missing Baby Case

The case of missing baby Lisa Irwin has some strikingly eerie parallels to another missing baby case, RadarOnline.com has learned.

In 2007, when Lisa's mother Deborah Bradley and her husband, Pvt. Sean Bradley were living at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, one of his 82nd Airborne unit mates had an infant disappear.

The baby's mother Johni Michelle Heuser reported to the police that her 11-month-old daughter had been taken.

She told the cops she'd last seen little Harmony Creech at 11:30 pm before going to bed. When she went to get the baby at 11 am the next morning, to see her dad Ronald Creech who had just just gotten off a plane after returning home from service in Iraq -- the baby was gone.

Investigators found a window open in the house and suspected a kidnapping. An Amber Alert was issued.

Cops were always suspicious of Johni and within days she confessed to the baby's death. She said it was an accident she'd covered up out of fear her older children, from a previous relationship would be taken away.

Little Harmony's remains were found wrapped in a plastic diaper bag and hidden in the attic.

http://www.radaronline.com/exclusives/2011/10/baby-lisa-irwin-eerie-similarities-another-missing-baby-case

Poster's note: Just something I thought was interesting. I'd love for this beautiful baby to be found safe and sound; I just can't figure the timeline of the 'man carrying baby' if he was seen with her at 2:30 AM and 4:00 AM and also seen coming out of woods alone at 2:30 AM.
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Re: LISA IRWIN - 10 months (2011) - Kansas City MO

Post by kiwimom on Mon Oct 24, 2011 11:38 pm

Kansas City, Missouri (CNN) -- Friends and family
gathered Sunday for an emotional prayer vigil for a missing 11-month-old
Missouri girl as new surveillance video surfaced from the night Lisa
Irwin disappeared.

The video, taken from a BP gas station less than two miles from the
home where Lisa was last seen, shows an unidentified person walking
along the road around 2:15 a.m. October 4.

The station manager, Anuj Arora, said it's unusual to see anyone walking at that time of night in the region.

Arora, who shared the video with CNN on Sunday, said he also turned
it over to authorities investigating Lisa's disappearance in hopes it
will help in the search for the girl.

The FBI and Kansas City police declined to comment on the video, citing the ongoing investigation.

Meanwhile Sunday, Lisa's parents, Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin,
were seen wiping away tears at the candlelight vigil outside their home.
They wore T-shirts emblazoned with Lisa's image.

Lisa was reported missing at 4 a.m. October 4, after Jeremy Irwin
came home from work to find the door unlocked, the lights on and a
window that had been tampered with. Bradley said she last saw Lisa at
6:40 p.m. the night before.

A cadaver dog searching the family's home indicated a positive "hit"
for the scent of a body, according to documents released Friday. The
information was included in an affidavit, dated Tuesday, police filed to
request a search warrant of the home. The warrant was executed
Wednesday.

"The cadaver dog indicated a positive 'hit' for the scent of a
deceased human in the area of the floor of Bradley's bedroom near the
bed," the affidavit read.

It also said that interviews with people involved in the case
"revealed conflicting information" and that Bradley told police she did
not initially look for her baby behind the house because she "was afraid
of what she might find."

The attorney for Lisa's parents said the release of the affidavit
Friday was "unfortunate," as it could derail the search for the missing
girl.

Joe Tacopina described his clients as "very shaken up and they refuse
to believe anything except that she is out there and alive." He said
Lisa's parents are "terrified, not for themselves, but for the welfare
of their daughter."

Bradley said in an NBC interview last week that she was drunk the
night the infant disappeared and that she had last seen the baby about
four hours earlier than initially reported.

Bradley told NBC she is afraid she will be arrested. Police have
accused her of killing Lisa, she said, and told her that she failed a
lie detector test.

"I was the last one with her," a tearful Bradley said. "And from
judging on how the questioning went, that's kind of a fear that I have.
And the main fear with that is, if they arrest me, people are going to
stop looking for her. And then I'll never see her again, and I'll never
know what happened."

Asked whether he had questions about Bradley, Jeremy Irwin told NBC,
"No. There's no question to be had there. I know who she is. I know the
kind of mother she is."

Irwin said it's possible someone could have entered the house without
Bradley hearing, as the couple's bedroom is on the opposite corner of
the house from Lisa's room and Bradley sleeps with a fan at high speed.

Lisa is described as being 30 inches tall with blue eyes and blonde
hair, according to police. She weighs between 26 and 30 pounds and was
last seen wearing purple shorts and a purple shirt with white kittens on
it.

The missing girl has two bottom teeth and a "beauty mark" on her
right outer thigh, police said. At the time of her disappearance, she
had a cold with a cough.
See video at link:http://edition.cnn.com/2011/10/23/us/missouri-missing-girl/?hpt=ju_c1
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Post by kiwimom on Tue Oct 25, 2011 10:50 pm

(CNN) -- An attorney representing the family of a
missing Missouri 11-month-old said the girl's parents are "stumped" as
to what happened to her, but are "an open book" for investigators.

A prayer vigil held for Lisa Irwin on Sunday was important to parents
Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley, as it showed them others in the
community support them, attorney Cyndy Short told CNN Monday.

"They're on a journey that no one has a road map for," she said of the couple.

Lisa was reported missing at 4 a.m. October 4, after Jeremy Irwin
arrived home from work to find the door unlocked, the lights on and a
window that had been tampered with. Bradley said she last saw Lisa at
6:40 p.m. the night before.

Bradley said in an NBC interview last week that she was drunk the
night Lisa disappeared and that she had last seen the baby about four
hours earlier than initially reported.

Bradley, Short said, is "a young mother. She's 25 years old. She's, like all of us, making her way through life."




P.I. comments on news in Baby Lisa case





Family, neighbors hold 'Baby Lisa' vigil


The couple's oldest son is Jeremy Irwin's, and their middle son is
Bradley's son, Short said. "Lisa was the little girl that was going to
hold this family together." She was wanted, looked forward to and
"well-loved," Short said.

Asked about Bradley's admission that she was drinking the night Lisa
vanished, Short said she did what a lot of parents do when their
children are in bed -- shared some drinks with a friend. "It's just not
that unusual until your life gets turned upside down," she said.

Authorities had expressed frustration early in the investigation
after Lisa's parents had stopped cooperating with investigators, police
Capt. Steve Young had said. However, a family spokeswoman attributed the
frustration to "miscommunication," and meetings with the toddler's
parents resumed shortly afterward.

The couple has "cooperated in every way they can possibly cooperate"
with investigators, Short said. Bradley has spent about 40 hours total
talking with authorities, she said, and the family has signed consent
forms, provided physical evidence and allowed their sons to be
interviewed. "They've been an open book."

Bradley, she said, is "very open and she's been very honest. There
are many things about our lives that we would prefer to keep to
ourselves, and she's done the opposite."

A cadaver dog searching the family's Kansas City home indicated a
positive "hit" for the scent of a body, according to documents released
Friday.

On that information, Short said that law enforcement typically begins
such investigations inside the home, then if warranted the probe moves
outside the family. "We don't know exactly what happened here, so we
need to keep broadening the investigation," she said, adding she is
hopeful that the investigation is going in that direction.

Surveillance video surfaced over the weekend from a BP gas station
less than two miles from the family's home, showing an unidentified
person walking along the road about 2:15 a.m. October 4. The station's
manager, Anuj Arora, said it's unusual to see anyone walking at that
time of night in the area.

On what Lisa's parents believe happened to their daughter, Short
said, "They don't know. I mean, someone came into their home in the
middle of the night and took their beloved child away from them ... They
are stumped." She said the couple has provided a wealth of information
to police, including the names of people who have had access to their
home.

Lisa's parents want people to continue looking for the child, she said. "We are praying and hoping. Hope is alive for us."
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Re: LISA IRWIN - 10 months (2011) - Kansas City MO

Post by alwaysbelieve on Tue Oct 25, 2011 11:03 pm

OMG! villagers "a young mother"! If she couldn't handle being a mother then she should've kept her legs shut--don't feed me this BS because I'm not buying it. snap I'm sure there are some parents that put their kids to bed at 6:40 at night and then proceed to get drunk, I just don't know any of them. The parents I know would've been checking on their baby, especially if they were sick, the parents I know wouldn't have been sitting on the porch drinking. These losers need to open their mouths and tell the world what they did with that precious baby.
Don't be trying to sell this garbage because nobody's buying it.
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Re: LISA IRWIN - 10 months (2011) - Kansas City MO

Post by TomTerrific0420 on Wed Oct 26, 2011 3:56 pm

The half-brothers of a missing
Missouri girl, who were in the family's home the night the 11-month-old
disappeared, will be re-interviewed by authorities on Friday, Kansas
City police said Wednesday.Lisa Irwin's brothers, who reportedly
are ages 8 and 5, will be interviewed by a "child services specialist
trained to interview kids," Kansas City police Capt. Steve Young said.
The interview will be non-confrontational, he said, and a police officer
won't even be in the room."Not an interrogation," he said. "They are kids, after all."
The boys were interviewed just after Lisa disappeared, both for under an hour, Young said.Lisa
was reported missing about 4 a.m. Oct. 4, after her father, Jeremy
Irwin, arrived home from work to find the door unlocked, the lights on
and a window that had been tampered with. The girl's mother, Deborah
Bradley, said she last saw Lisa at 6:40 p.m. the night before.Irwin
and Bradley have refused to be interviewed separately, Young said
Wednesday. He said on Tuesday that police investigators planned to
conduct the separate interviews. Young said he did not dispute reports
that the family had cooperated and answered questions, but the police
department detectives still had unanswered questions.Bradley said
in an NBC interview last week that she was drunk the night Lisa
disappeared and that she had last seen the baby about four hours earlier
than initially reported.The couple said in the same interview they had refused
to let authorities re-interview Lisa's older brothers."They
said they heard noises (the night Lisa disappeared)," Bradley said. "I
don't know if that was before we went to sleep or after." She said she
had not talked to her sons about it because she was reluctant to put
them through "anything else."The couple's oldest son is Jeremy
Irwin's, and their middle son is Bradley's son, attorney Cyndy Short,
who represents the family, told CNN in an interview Monday."Lisa
was the little girl that was going to hold this family together," Short
said, adding the child was wanted, looked forward to and "well-loved."Asked
about Bradley's admission that she was drinking the night Lisa
vanished, Short said Bradley did what a lot of parents do when their
children are in bed -- shared some drinks with a friend. "It's just not
that unusual until your life gets turned upside down," she said.Authorities
had expressed frustration early in the investigation after Lisa's
parents stopped cooperating with investigators, Young had said. However,
a family spokeswoman attributed the frustration to "miscommunication,"
and meetings with the toddler's parents resumed shortly afterward.A
cadaver dog searching the family's Kansas City home indicated a
positive "hit" for the scent of a body, according to documents released
Friday.On that information, Short said that law enforcement
typically begins such investigations inside the home, then if warranted
the probe moves outside the family. "We don't know exactly what happened
here, so we need to keep broadening the investigation," she said,
adding she is hopeful that the investigation is going in that direction.Between
30 and 50 investigators, including police and FBI personnel, were
involved in the search as of Tuesday, the Kansas City Police Department
said. Some 900 tips had been received by investigators, the department
said.Surveillance video surfaced over the weekend from a BP gas
station less than two miles from the family's home, showing an
unidentified person walking along the road about 2:15 a.m. Oct. 4. The
station's manager, Anuj Arora, said it's unusual to see anyone walking
at that time of night in the area.On what Lisa's parents believe
happened to their daughter, Short said, "They don't know. I mean,
someone came into their home in the middle of the night and took their
beloved child away from them ... They are stumped." She said the couple
has provided a wealth of information to police, including the names of
people who have had access to their home.Lisa's parents want people to
continue looking for the child, she said. "We are praying and hoping. Hope is alive for us."
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Post by kiwimom on Fri Oct 28, 2011 12:15 am

Kansas City, Missouri (CNN) -- The family of a
missing Missouri baby said Thursday that it will not speak publicly
until next week, making the announcement one day after Kansas City
police said the girl's parents had declined to be interviewed separately
by authorities.

The family, through their attorney, had scheduled a press conference
for Thursday. But that event, and all others involving the media, were
"being postponed until next week," the family said in a statement.

"The last few weeks have been exhausting to everyone working on
behalf of the Irwin family, it has exhausted Lisa's parents and her
friends and family," the family said. "Therefore, the consensus is we
all need a rest."

Eleven-month-old Lisa Irwin was reported missing about 4 a.m. October
4, after her father Jeremy Irwin, arrived home from work to find the
door unlocked, the lights on and a window tampered with. Her mother,
Deborah Bradley, said she last saw Lisa at 6:40 the night before.

Authorities continued their search Thursday for clues, including
looking in and around Chaumiere Lake in Chaumiere Woods Park located in
north Kansas City, as seen in aerial footage from CNN affiliate KCPD.

No one has been named as a suspect in the case. The girl's parents
have been questioned by, and sometimes been at odds with, those
investigating Lisa's disappearance.

That includes this week, after Kansas City police Capt. Steve Young
said that investigators had planned to conduct interviews with each
parent separately. But he said a day later, on Wednesday, that the
couple had declined.

Young said that he did not dispute reports that the family had
cooperated and answered questions previously. But he added that police
department detectives still had unanswered questions.

The parents' attorney, Cyndy Short, explained that her clients are
not opposed to separate interviews, insisting they have been cooperative
and have previously been queried by police, both apart and together.

But she said that they will not agree to what police requested -- an
unrestricted interview, with no attorneys present. The pair don't mind
being interviewed separately as long as the detectives are fair,
open-minded and non-accusatory, according to Short.

Meanwhile, Lisa's half-brothers -- who were in the family's home the
night she disappeared -- will be re-interviewed by authorities Friday,
Kansas City police said.

The boys will be interviewed by a "child services specialist trained
to interview kids," Young said. The interview will be
nonconfrontational, according to Young, and a police officer won't be in
the room.

"Not an interrogation," the police captain said. "They are kids, after all."

The boys are 8 and 6, according to Short. Young said they were
previously interviewed just after Lisa disappeared, both for under an
hour.

Details were being worked out for a re-interview of the boys, Short said.

Police also said they are seeking DNA tests on the boys in order to
eliminate them from all the DNA found in the home during a police
search.

A cadaver dog searching the family's Kansas City home indicated a
positive "hit" for the scent of a body, according to documents released
last Friday.

On that information, Short said that law enforcement typically begins
such investigations inside the home, then if warranted the probe moves
outside the family.

"We don't know exactly what happened here, so we need to keep broadening the investigation," she said.

Between 30 and 50 investigators, including police and FBI personnel,
were involved in the search as of Tuesday, the Kansas City Police
Department said. Some 900 tips then had been received by investigators,
the department said.

Short said that Lisa's parents don't know what happened to their
daughter. She said that the couple has provided a wealth of information
to authorities, including the names of people who have had access to
their home.

"They don't know. I mean, someone came into their home in the middle
of the night and took their beloved child away from them ... They are
stumped," the attorney said.
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Post by Verogal on Fri Oct 28, 2011 6:06 am

Video from that live search today with the dogs
http://www.kctv5.com/video?clipId=6392020&autostart=true
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Re: LISA IRWIN - 10 months (2011) - Kansas City MO

Post by Verogal on Fri Oct 28, 2011 6:09 am

Two parents share their stories similar to case

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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -
Police are conducting a new search in the case of missing baby Lisa Irwin. Thursday they announced they are searching the area of I-35 and Chouteau Trafficway.


Two parents with two stories eerily similar to the Baby Lisa case are opening up about their own experiences.

Gill Abeyta has devoted 25 years to searching for missing children, but the baby Lisa case hit especially close to home and there was no chance he was staying away.

"It was the closest I have ever had in my life. That is why I immediately came here, almost like re-living it," said Gill Abeyta with Families of Missing Children.

When Abeyta heard a 10-month-old Kansas City girl was reportedly abducted from her crib overnight, it took him back to 1986 when his son Christopher was kidnapped, also taken in the middle of the night.

Christopher has never been found.

"I was a victim still am a victim. We were accused my wife was accused we took lie detectors," said Abeyta.

Abeyta drove from Colorado two weeks ago, but the family did not know who Abeyta was and had no interest in talking with him, the door literally slammed his face.

But Abeyta was not leaving Kansas City with at least trying to figure out what happened to baby Lisa.

"I came to finish what I came to do. I'm not a know-it-all. But I lived it and since I've lived it I can identify it," said Abeyta.

Working with the National Center of Missing Children out of Washington, Abeyta came with his own theories based on 25 years experience in missing children cases.

He talked with anyone he could find that might have information and turned his findings and theories over to the FBI.

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http://www.kctv5.com/story/15888077/two-parents-share-their-stories-similar-to-case

and here we have ANOTHER complete stranger driving all that way to help/meet with the rents...hummmm.
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Re: LISA IRWIN - 10 months (2011) - Kansas City MO

Post by Verogal on Fri Oct 28, 2011 6:14 am

Interviews with Baby Lisa's brothers scrapped

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Debbie Bradley and Jeremy Irwin have canceled plans for a trained specialist to interview their two sons about the disappearance of their missing daughter

The 5- and 8-year-old half brothers were scheduled to be interviewed for a second time Friday. The specialist was also to take DNA samples from the boys.

But Kansas City police said about 10 p.m. Thursday that those interviews were off at the request of Joe Tacopina, the New York attorney who is representing Bradley and Irwin.

Darin Snapp, spokesman for the Kansas City Police Department, said that Tacopina did not give a reason. Tacopina indicated that the interviews would be rescheduled for next week and police hope that occurs, Snapp said.

Police have said they needed the two boys to answer questions about what they saw and heard in the hours in which their sister went missing from her Northland home more than three weeks ago. Police had sought the boys' DNA in an effort to compare it against DNA collected from the home.

Tacopina was in Rome earlier this week and could not be reached for comment Thursday night.

Relations between the couple and detectives have been tense since the initial hours when baby Lisa went missing. The couple faced tough questioning from detectives.

The boys were initially interviewed by a trained specialist in the hours immediately after their sister went missing and an Amber Alert was in place for the Kansas City area.

The cancellation of the interviews comes the same day that the Kansas City area attorney for the couple called off a news conference and a tour of their home. Kansas City police also helped lead a two-hour search of a nearby pond Thursday, but turned up nothing.

Bradley has said she expects to be arrested in connection with the disappearance of her daughter. Irwin called 911 about 4 a.m. Oct. 4 to say someone had snatched his sleeping daughter from the crib of their home.

No suspects have been identified publicly by police.

To read yesterday's announcement about the planned interviews with the two boys, click here.

Poster's Commentary > For pete's sakes what IS WRONG with these people??? Not looking innocent (IMO)
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Post by Verogal on Fri Oct 28, 2011 6:23 am

From Klassforkids site...(Mark)

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Baby Lisa’s parents have circled the wagons, hired a platoon of lawyers and consultants, and cut off communications with media and law enforcement. Critical decisions are made by committee. Their other two children are off-limits to law enforcement, mommy’s story shifts and shudders, and her commentary reveals more questions than it answers. Access to the house is restricted and a cadaver dog picked up the scent of decaying human remains in the master bedroom.
The abysmal choices and questionable behavior of baby Lisa’s mom and dad have left them exposed. One result of their failure to eliminate themselves as suspects in baby Lisa’s disappearance is that her parents are being tried and convicted in the court of public opinion. They and their representatives claim that they are being scapegoated; that the authorities have to pin the crime on someone and that the parents are the obvious choices. continue at:
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Re: LISA IRWIN - 10 months (2011) - Kansas City MO

Post by angelm07 on Fri Oct 28, 2011 12:38 pm

Report: KC Attorney Forced Off Baby Lisa Case
Read more: http://www.kmbc.com/news/29612215/detail.html#ixzz1c4ygwgxW
Interviews With Lisa's Siblings Also Canceled

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- ABC
News is reporting that Kansas City attorney Cyndy Short is no longer
representing the parents of missing 11-month-old Lisa Irwin.
ABC News reported on Friday morning that Short was forced off the case overnight.
No other details were released.

News of Short's firing came hours after Joe Tacopina, the New York
attorney representing Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin, abruptly
canceled an interview that was supposed to take place with baby Lisa's
siblings. The two boys were scheduled to be interviewed by a child
expert on Friday. Deborah Bradley has said the boys were inside the
home the night baby Lisa disappeared.
Tacopina said he would call police next week and reschedule the interview.A
tour of the Irwin home and news conference with the Irwin's Kansas City
attorney was also scheduled on Thursday. Short cited exhausted for the change of plans.
Read more: http://www.kmbc.com/news/29612215/detail.html#ixzz1c4zROLrA

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Re: LISA IRWIN - 10 months (2011) - Kansas City MO

Post by TomTerrific0420 on Sun Oct 30, 2011 3:51 pm

It is Day 26 in the search for baby Lisa, and
once again, on Saturday, people gathered outside her home to pray for
her safe return.Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin were not there, and
the family has been laying low all weekend.
Last week their local attorney, Cyndy Short, was fired.
No statements from any family members or their attorneys are expected until next week.
Thursday will mark one month since baby Lisa was last seen.
Friday night Tina Porter tried to offer her help to Lisa Irwin's parents but she was turned away.
"They are not being friendly with the community, not opening up to anybody.
Who really hides in that situation? They should be out there beating the
streets looking for their daughter, which they're not doing at all,"
she said angrily to reporters after being turned away.
Shortly after she left, police arrived at the request of someone in the house.
Reporters told police that Porter did not create a confrontation.
Debbie Bradley and Jeremy Irwin reported their then 10-month-old daughter
missing Oct. 4. Porter's children went missing in 2004 but their bodies
were found three years later when her ex-husband admitted to killing them.
Also Friday night, KCTV5's cameras
were rolling when investigator Bill Stanton showed back up at the house
where Lisa's parents were staying. Family members were seen loading
items into multiple cars and driving off but Stanton refused to answer
KCTV5 reporter Jeanene Kiesling's questions asking if the parents were being moved.
Around 11:30 p.m. Friday, Lisa's paternal aunt,
Ashley Irwin posted on Facebook for the first time since Wednesday.
"Let go and let God," was all she wrote in the post.
Reaction like Porter's shows the building frustration for many people who just
want to know what happened to baby Lisa. Some are saying the focus on
details like the attorney shake-up is a distraction.
"Someone needs to get a grip on this case and bring it back to normalcy so it
becomes what it is, a missing baby case," said Pat Peters.
Well-known Kansas City defense attorney Peters has been watching the baby Lisa
case unfold over the last three and a half weeks but, as an attorney,
Peters said he can't believe the focus has been on everything but the baby girl.
"This may be a national case but it's not playing well in Kansas City. This looks bad.
Why is this circus going on?" said Peters.
Peters said when Cyndy Short was hired on as local counsel the case started heading
in the right direction but, after just nine days, Short was fired.
Kiesling asked Bradley about Short no longer representing them and
Bradley said that was the first she heard of it, leaving many to assume
the conflict was between New York attorney Joe Tacopina and Short. It
seems Tacopina is calling the shots and Peters said that's backwards.
"It's the client who decides who is representing them. For them not to know, there's a problem," said Peters.
Peters said the dismissal of Short in such a dramatic and public fashion only
adds to his belief that this case has been mishandled since the beginning.
"This should be playing out quietly, parents helping the police, police should be developing leads
and following suspects. It shouldn't be playing out in the media. It
doesn't help bring baby Lisa back," said Peters.
http://www.kctv5.com/story/15902780/day-26-thursday-will-mark-1-month-since-baby-was-last-seen
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Re: LISA IRWIN - 10 months (2011) - Kansas City MO

Post by Verogal on Mon Oct 31, 2011 3:32 am

Tina Porter turned away, Stanton returns, family leaves KCTV

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -
Friday night Tina Porter tried to offer her help to baby Lisa Irwin's parents but she was turned away.

"They are not being friendly with the community, not opening up to anybody. Who really hides in that situation? They should be out there beating the streets looking for their daughter, which they're not doing at all," she said angrily to reporters after being turned away.


Shortly after she left, police arrived at the request of someone in the house. Reporters told police that Porter did not create a confrontation.


Debbie Bradley and Jeremy Irwin reported their then 10-month-old daughter missing Oct. 4. Porter's children went missing in 2004 but their bodies were found three years later when her ex-husband admitted to killing them.

Also Friday night, KCTV5's cameras were rolling when investigator Bill Stanton showed back up at the house where Lisa's parents were staying. Family members were seen loading items into multiple cars and driving off but Stanton refused to answer KCTV5 reporter Jeanene Kiesling's questions asking if the parents were being moved.

Around 11:30 p.m. Friday, Lisa's paternal aunt, Ashley Irwin posted on Facebook for the first time since Wednesday.

"Let go and let God," was all she wrote in the post.


Reaction like Porter's shows the building frustration for many people who just want to know what happened to baby Lisa. Some are saying the focus on details like the attorney shake-up is a distraction.


"Someone needs to get a grip on this case and bring it back to normalcy so it becomes what it is, a missing baby case," said Pat Peters.


Well-known Kansas City defense attorney Peters has been watching the baby Lisa case unfold over the last three and a half weeks but, as an attorney, Peters said he can't believe the focus has been on everything but the baby girl.


"This may be a national case but it's not playing well in Kansas City. This looks bad. Why is this circus going on?" said Peters.

Peters said when Cyndy Short was hired on as local counsel the case started heading in the right direction but, after just nine days, Short was fired. Kiesling asked Bradley about Short no longer representing them and Bradley said that was the first she heard of it, leaving many to assume the conflict was between New York attorney Joe Tacopina and Short. It seems Tacopina is calling the shots and Peters said that's backwards.


"It's the client who decides who is representing them. For them not to know, there's a problem," said Peters.

Peters said the dismissal of Short in such a dramatic and public fashion only adds to his belief that this case has been mishandled since the beginning.

"This should be playing out quietly, parents helping the police, police should be developing leads and following suspects. It shouldn't be playing out in the media. It doesn't help bring baby Lisa back," said Peters.
http://www.kctv5.com/story/15902780/tina-porter-turned-away-stanton-returns-family-leaves
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Re: LISA IRWIN - 10 months (2011) - Kansas City MO

Post by Verogal on Mon Oct 31, 2011 3:34 am

Father whose own daughter was murdered puts up string of billboards to find Baby Lisa

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The image of missing Baby Lisa is flashed across fifteen electronic billboards in the Kansas City area as one of many Amber Alert children who have vanished.

A phone number and reward information to locating Lisa Irwin, who reportedly disappeared from her parents' home on October 3rd, hope to assist the search for the girl like so many of the billboards previously have.

Inspired by a father who lost his own daughter in 2002 but whose murder suspect was captured, the billboards have proven themselves as valuable crime-fighting tools hauling in thousands of tips on open cases.

Watch Video and/or Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2055420/The-search-Baby-Lisa-expands-digital-billboards.html#ixzz1cKJx86MA


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Post by Verogal on Mon Oct 31, 2011 3:36 am

Stanton, Baby Lisa's Family 'Laying Low'

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Bill Stanton, the New York-based private investigator who is consulting the family of missing baby Lisa Irwin, said that he and the baby's family would be keeping a low profile this weekend.
On Friday, the family left the home on North Walrond Avenue where they have been staying. There is no indication where they have gone.

Read more: http://www.kmbc.com/news/29630795/detail.html#ixzz1cKKd5ede
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Post by Verogal on Mon Oct 31, 2011 3:37 am

KMBC: Former KC Attorney Announces Monday News Conference 10/31
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Post by Verogal on Mon Oct 31, 2011 4:31 am

Megan Wright Says She Received a Phone Call From the Allegedly Stolen Cell Phone of Missing Baby Lisa Irwin's Mom on the Night the Girl Vanished
video
http://www.justice4caylee.org/t16695p105-lisa-irwin-10-months-kansas-city-mo

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Post by Verogal on Mon Oct 31, 2011 4:34 am

Megan Wright says Lisa Irwin's mom's phone called her the night baby vanished --Examiner


Cindy Adams
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Kansas City, Mo. - On Friday, Kansas City woman Megan Wright spoke publicly, saying she received a phone call on the night 11-month-old Lisa Irwin vanished, from the cell phone of the missing infant's mother.

“I received a phone call... the night that baby Lisa went missing... It was apparently a 50 second phone call. I don't know who answered it or what was said or who was on the other end of the phone,” Wright told ABC's 'Good Morning America.'

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Post by Verogal on Mon Oct 31, 2011 7:40 pm

Live Wire: Search Continues For Missing 11-Month Old LIVE --KMBC

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The former attorney for the parents of missing 11-month-old Lisa Irwin said she and her team will continue to volunteer their time to help find the baby.

"My team, which is 17 people strong, is very saddened that we are no longer serving the family as we did the last 10 days. However, we still care very much about them and we will continue to be available to them, to support them emotionally and to help them rally the community support even if we are not allowed to see them or to talk to them," attorney Cyndy Short said.

Short said she was no longer advising the family because she could not work with the family's New York attorney, Joe Tacopina.

"Mr. Tacopina and I were not able to work as a team. Our goals, our approach are so different that one of us had to go and that someone is me," Short said.

Short said it was Tacopina's decision that she no longer work with the family.

"Our approaches were very different ...

Read more: http://livewire.kmbc.com/Event/Live_Blog_Amber_Alert_Issued_For_Missing_10-Month-Old#ixzz1cOF9kPgf
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Post by Verogal on Mon Oct 31, 2011 7:42 pm

Baby Lisa: Parents Keeping Low Profile --ABC News

ABC News learns Lisa Irwin's parents 'laying low' as police seek information.

02:47 | 10/31/2011

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/baby-lisa-parents-keeping-low-profile-14848745
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Post by Verogal on Mon Oct 31, 2011 7:43 pm

Baby Lisa: Will Parents Allow Questioning of Sons? ABC News

Family lawyer Joe Tacopina, Dan Abrams discuss latest in search for Lisa Irwin.

05:01 | 10/31/2011

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