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Originally posted by silo13
ATS is involved?
I can't even imagine. I'll go look and see if I can find something in writing - you know how ATS is about backing up claims with something from the media. Though I have to admit with Kansas City media it might cause more harm than good.
If they're going door to door have they gotten to you yet? I don't mean that to sound disrespectful.
Aside from all the other weirdness of this, what would be the ATF's involvement?
Neighbors said they woke up to FBI agents knocking on their doors and police helicopters above their houses. They are shocked and saddened by the kidnapping of Lisa.
Police said there are more than 100 law enforcement individuals and various federal agencies including the FBI and ATF are looking for the child.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol Sex Offender Registry, 16 offenders live within one mile of 37th Street and Lister Avenue where an infant was reported missing Tuesday.
Ten-month-old Lisa Irwin was last seen in her crib at approximately 10:30 p.m. Monday night at a residence in the 3600 block of North Lister in the Northland.
Police have not identified any suspects or indicated that they are looking at sex offenders in the neighborhood.
The Highway Patrol's site identifies the closest sex offender as a 56-year-old woman living within 1,000 feet of the baby's home.
The report listed three men within a mile of the home with convictions for sex crimes against children.
Capt. Steve Young of the Kansas City Missouri Police Department briefs reporters about the discovery of diapers and a man's clothes in a basement of an abandoned house near where baby Lisa Irwin disappeared.
Police have found soiled diapers at an abandoned house about a mile away from Lisa Irwin's home, and set up a crime scene tape around the home. Inside the home they also found a Scooby Doo backpack, two jars of baby food and clothing, according to witnesses.
The diapers were originally described as being very fresh, but around 9 p.m., Kansas City, Mo. Police Department Public Information Officer Capt. Steve Young said that it appeared that the diapers had been there for some time. He said the diapers were likely "not connected" to Irwin's disappearance.
Meanwhile a "handyman" nicknamed "Jersey," who was often spotted around Lisa Irwin's neighborhood, is in police custody. "Jersey" was sought by police earlier this week.
He was arrested on an unrelated outstanding warrant.
Police have not charged "Jersey" with a crime, but do say that they are questioning him about Lisa Irwin's disappearance.
Bill Stanton, a private investigator helping Irwin's parents, said that one family member was heading to the home, but Irwin's mother is not.
Hello everyone, this is my first post, I have read all the information that has been posted here and am so grateful i happened upon this site. First i want to make it clear that i am not defending or accusing anyone, but with all the evidence that has been posted, and reviewed, has anyone ever asked the boys what they may know in this case?
I read that Mom went to bed before they did...and could it have been that there was some jealousy there when it came to baby Lisa?
Also it never mentions if mom still had the Wine in the box of if she drank some before going to bed. Just my thoughts after reading all the information and the posts.
- Handyman Johnny Tanko questioned after unrelated arrest ('Jersey')
- Missouri Governor deploys National Guard to help with the search
- Family release new video showing Lisa at just three months old
- Diapers found at nearby vacant house
- Private investigator reveals $100,000 reward for her return or a conviction
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has ordered the deployment of 25 members of the Guard's Military Police Company to join the hunt for the missing child today.
What a bloody cheek. I'm participating same as you and everyone else. I'd like this story to be over with a happy ending. You've positioned yourself as the bringer of the news and keeping me informed. Don't take it to heart if I question stuff and give an opinion you don't like. If things are unclear then I'll ask about them.
Troops from the Missouri National Guard are searching an area in the 3700 block of North Jackson in an effort to find missing baby Lisa Irwin. KMBC 9's Justin Robinson reports.
BUT...until that proof comes through, beyond a reasonable doubt.. I refuse to take part in the assassination of her character.
Here's hoping baby Lisa will be found, and the REAL truth will be revealed.
We ALL hope Lisa will be found and that the REAL truth will be revealed. And discussing this case is really no different than discussing any other topic/issue on ATS. Why should Lisa's parents be put on a pedestal? Why should it be off limits to provide information about them and this case, both positive and negative facts?
I never once suggested they be put on a pedestal... but the callous judgements made on every little aspect of their lives..is a bit over board in my opinion.
..as far as the information goes, very little of what is really relevant has been presented on this thread, due to police keeping it private.
Some of what have been put here as facts, has been proven incorrect...but yes..I guess that's par for the course of conspiracies.