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This is not entirely accurate.
Why would the Irwin attorney misspeak in such a GROSSLY negligent manner to make it appear that Jersey did INDEED take the child for 300 usd? When asked to follow up on the error...........
Looking at a moral choice Test subjects who feel that doing active harm is morally the same as allowing harm to occur will show more brain activity. The notion that active harm is worse appears to be automatic, a psychological default requiring less thought.
ScienceDaily (Dec. 2, 2011) — Individuals and courts deal more harshly with people who actively commit harm than with people who willfully allow the same harm to occur. A new study finds that this moral distinction is psychologically automatic. It requires more thought to see each harmful behavior as morally equivalent.
The neuroscience of ethical dilemmas Fiery Cushman employs behavioral experiments, online surveys, and functional magnetic resonance imaging to figure out how the brain has evolved to process moral dilemmas and make moral judgments.
"What it looks like is when you see somebody actively harm another person that triggers a strong automatic response," said Brown University psychologist Fiery Cushman. "You don't have to think very deliberatively about it. You just perceive it as morally wrong. When a person allows harm that they could easily prevent, that actually requires more carefully controlled deliberative thinking [to view as wrong]."
Oh uncle johnny is up bright and early this morning and talking some more smack. Apparently he found out deb's brother was gay and suggested he go straight and this lead to some family drama......... Not sure how this ties in to anything other than him just throwing everyone in his family under the bus?
It's pretty sad for those the two boys left in the home. Again, and I stress, I hope and pray the judge forces home visits from CPS and counseling for all. peace
Originally posted by gabby2011
The FBI profiler points out the Irwins home..and how it indicated that the child was loved.. and well cared for.
You have to scroll down to the link called " Former FBI profiler describes home of Lisa Irwin"
Read more: www.nbcactionnews.com...
edit on 3-12-2011 by gabby2011 because: (no reason given)
The show is hosted by John Walsh, whose son was abducted from a department store and killed in 1981. Walsh has turned his tragedy into a tireless cause to help other parents find their missing children and solve other crimes.
The couple has not spoken with police or the local media since the first week that their daughter went missing.
"They should cooperate with police fully. They should do all the media they can and they should remember one thing - if they had nothing to do with their daughter's disappearance, they need to be the face of baby Lisa," Walsh told Inside Edition, which is carried on KCTV5.
Walsh said this week that parents have the right to get an attorney, but should do everything they can to find their missing baby including running the search effort from their home. He has thrown veiled criticism toward Irwin and Bradley for not doing more to find their missing child.
"You keep searching if you have nothing to do with the disappearance of your child. You are there every day at the police station saying what can I do to get this baby back," Walsh said.
This is nothing earth shattering. This could be the most loving household in the entire universe but it doesn't negate the possibility of an accidental death. Basing a guilty / innocent argument on the FBI's comment about the household has no direct bearing on the case in terms of what happened to baby lisa.
This is nothing earth shattering. This could be the most loving household in the entire universe but it doesn't negate the possibility of an accidental death.
Wouldn't that be wonderful.. it would stop the attacks of calling people" ignorant trash".. especially in the sectors involving family counseling
Originally posted by vogon42
reply to post by gabby2011
I have been reading this thread for a while now....but I do not understand your perspective. Why is it so many ( the majority) of people post FACTS......links etc....to credible info, but your posts seem to be mostly based on emotion/opinion ??
I don't want to say you are directly related in some way to the family.......but your view point does seem strange.
PLEASE...backup your posts with facts, research links, papers....etc
Otherwise your posts seem to cloud the intention of this thread.