So do the parents of missing Lisa Irwin have their missing child’s best interest at hand, or their own?
File this one under, raise the red flag. The parents of missing 11 month old Lisa Irwin have canceled the interview between police and the missing baby’s two brothers. The attorneys have stepped in and seem to be more concerned with protecting the parents than they do finding missing Lisa Irwin. Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley also will not submit to separate interviews, nor has the DNA from the two brothers been allowed.
Attorneys for the family of a missing Missouri toddler canceled a Friday interview between the police and her two older brothers, who were in the house the night she disappeared, authorities said.
The boys, ages 8 and 6, are the half-brothers of 11-month-old Lisa Irwin, who went missing from her home in Kansas City, Missouri, on October 4. They were previously interviewed just after she disappeared, both for under an hour, Kansas City police Capt. Steve Young said.
Police have said the toddler’s parents, Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley, will not submit to separate interviews, but the couple’s attorney disputed the account.
Why won’t the parents allow the two boys, Lisa’s half brothers, who were home at the time interviewee by police? Chances are, they were not drunk at the time Baby Lisa went missing.
Jeanine Pierro on Fox News reported this morning that attorney Cyndy Short is off the case. This is really starting to not look good. The so-called phone that did not work because the bill had not been paid turned out to be not true. No access to the boys, DNA or separate interviews of the parents. It looks like Joe Tacopina is circling the wagoner and its all about protecting
Casey Anthony the parents, not little Lisa Irwin.