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If so, then she is also covering for herself. No normal person leaves it to two children (8 and 6 years old) to take care of a 10 month old baby while you get drunk. Even if one or both of the boys did something to Lisa, the baby was still HER responsibility as the mother.
To me that would be the only reason for the phones to disappear. Someone said at 2:30 I called or texted so and so get rid of the phones- not sure which one, someone got rid of all of them.
When asked by "Good Morning America's" George Stephanopoulos about changes in Deborah Bradley's story about when she last saw the baby, Tacopina denied there was any sort of discrepancy.
"There's not a four-hour gap," Tacopina said. "There's not, because what she said was she put the baby to bed around 6:30 p.m., at one point, during one of the 13 hours of interviews, she had said she believed she had checked on her at 10:30 p.m. It's not an inconsistency. It may be a recollection refreshed at some later point, but it's certainly not material as to whether she had anything to do with the disappearance of her baby. Other witnesses were there that fixed the time lines."
Bill Stanton, the private investigator hired last week by someone anonymous to help the parents also appeared with Tacopina. Stanton said he is convinced that someone outside the house took the baby.
"My feeling is that baby is alive. Someone has her," Stanton said.
Last time Lisa was seen alive:
10:30 pm when Deborah put her to sleep
No, she was put to bed at 7 to 7:30 pm and then Deborah checked on her before Deborah went to bed herself at 10:30 pm,
Version 4.0.1: No, 6:40 pm is when Lisa was put to bed.
Deborah went back in one time a few minutes after putting Lisa in bed, found her standing up in her crib, laid her back down and then has no clue if she ever checked on her again. Probably did, don’t know if she did, usually does on her way to go to bed herself, but doesn’t know, can’t remember if she did – because she was drunk.
Lights and door:
Deborah did not leave the lights on and did not leave the door unlocked. Deborah did not leave the lights on and might have left the door unlocked. Deborah might have left the lights on and did not leave the door unlocked.
Version 4.0.1: Deborah has no idea if she left the lights on and the door unlocked – because she was drunk.
Did anybody hear anything?
No, and Deborah had a baby monitor in the room with her.
No, but Deborah’s bedroom is all the way on the other side of the house and she sleeps with the fan on high.
Version 4.0.1: Yes, the boys heard something but no one including their own parents is going to ask them about it because they’ve got to go through MOTFY Debbie to get to those kids, by golly, and it just aint going to happen. Doesn’t want to traumatize them. Of course, the two little boys wondering everyday where “Pumpkin Pie” went in the middle of the night, possibly seeing who took their little sister, and having nightmares about someone “disappearing” them after they go to sleep are not going through anything traumatic, right?
What did Deborah do while Jeremy was at work?
Gave Lisa a bath, put sleeping clothes on her, put her to sleep at 10:30 p.m. as Deborah was going to bed herself. Was programming new numbers in a new phone to replace a third broken one.
Put Lisa to bed at 7 to 7:30 pm, checked on Lisa at 10:30 pm as she was going to bed.
Version 4.0.1: Put Lisa to bed at 6:40 pm, checked on her once shortly after, either was well on her way to getting drunk or started getting drunk (she calls it “her adult time” ) has no clue if she ever checked on Lisa again, doesn’t really know what time she went to bed, hasn’t mentioned if boys were taken care of.
Says she only drinks after boys are put to bed, but then says she was drinking with neighbor while boys were playing with neighbors’ child, so apparently the boys, ages 8 and 6, also had to go to bed at 6:40 pm, or Mom was half-lit by the time, whatever time, they got shoved in bed…don’t know if they got baths, night clothes, etc.
Debbie may have “blacked out” but that’s okay because that’s what everybody does when they drink.
Has nothing to do with what happened to Lisa – that is except you haven’t got a clue if she was alive when you stumbled to bed, whether you left the house unlocked and lit like a storefront window.
The cell phones:
Three phones, one broken, one new. Debbie was programming new numbers in the new phone manually. All three phones missing because, Debbie says, that would slow them down on making a 911 call.
Three phones, one broken, one given to them by grandpa. Jeremy called 911 with his work cell phone he had in his pocket when he got home.
Version 4.0.1: Three phones, one broken, one given to them by grandpa.
Debbie’s bleep-faced, so most likely not programming anything.
Doesn’t matter any way because you couldn’t call out on any of the phones! Because they hadn’t paid the bill. (
Have no clue why you’d even bother programming a borrowed phone with numbers to call when you can’t use the darned thing. But curiously, this revelation is at the same time we learn that Debbie has been confronted with cell phone activity from one of those phones on the night Lisa disappeared.
What happened when Jeremy came home:
Found door unlocked, lights on, window open in computer room with screen jacked up. Went and “checked on boys” then went and checked on Lisa. Lisa not in crib, went into master bedroom, Lisa not in bed with mom so he asked Deborah “where is Lisa”. Running around house, screaming Lisa’s name, Deborah stayed with boys in house, Jeremy looks outside. Cell phones gone.
Found door unlocked, lights on, window open in computer room, tried to close window, screen jacked up. Checked on “boy” in own bedroom, checked on Lisa, not in crib, went into master bedroom, Lisa not in there but Michael in bed with Deborah. Deborah hard to wake up. Asks “where is Lisa”. Running around house, screaming Lisa’s name. Cell phones gone. Uses Jeremy’s work cell phone in his pocket.
Found door unlocked, lights on, window open in computer room, screen jacked up. Checked on “boy” in own bedroom, goes straight to master bedroom, finds Deborah and Michael in bed, wakes Deborah up and asks about lights and door. Goes to Lisa’s room and finds her missing, comes back to master bedroom, tells Debbie Lisa is not in crib. Running around house, uses Jeremy’s work cell phone.
Versions 4.0.1: no, comes home, finds door unlocked, lights on, goes straight to master bedroom, wakes up Deborah (no mention of hard to wake her up, or she’s “shaking to” like a hung over wino), “talked for a couple of minutes”. THEN he mentions the door was unlocked, and the lights were on – Debbie immediately jumps up startled like something is wrong. THEN they find Lisa is gone from her crib.
Do you think someone came in through that window?
They had to have done it quieter than the cops.
Absolutely not. No. (unanimous, in fact, again after KCPD kind of showed how ludicrous the idea was in the first place)
Versions 4.0.1: Absolutely
FBI agents near a wooded area just off North Brighton were seen with a canine Tuesday morning a little after 10 a.m., a few blocks away from the parent's home on North Lister Avenue. They were looking through areas they have previously searched.
Police say the last "unrestricted conversation" police had with Lisa Irwin's parents was Oct. 6. After that, Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin sought legal counsel from a local lawyer.
It's odd for a police department to say DO NOT FILM THIS and even more odd for media to COMPLY to that request.
Non alcoholics don't get black outs.