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It has now been 100 days since Lisa Irwin went missing from her home in Kansas City, Missouri's northland. If she is safe, she is 14 months old as of today. As time has passed, while it may feel we are no closer to answers, we have at least eliminated some questions.
In the last few months, I have received several emails and phone calls about Lisa's disappearance. Some of the correspondence has been theories or "gut feelings" from those who wanted to get my input or have me check information. While still other reactions have been things I have been asked to check into. Anything relevant I have come across, I have called Kansas City police with the information.
When I say the Kansas City police department has not always been forthright, that is not at all a criticism. It is an observation. It has become a commonly held belief and accepted that police do this to get people to confess or otherwise provide information. Another example of inaccuracies was when authorities told Megan Wright (the woman whose phone was attempted to be dialed by someone on Bradley's phone that night) that her phone number was written on Deborah Bradley's hand. Both women deny knowing each other and the lack of evidence in phone records back that up.
Speaking of phone records, we have been granted legal access to Megan Wright's phone records from that night. Interestingly, that attempted call from Deborah Bradley's phone at 11:57 p.m. never reached Wright's phone. Many of us believe that phone call is key to this case. Whomever made that phone call was likely trying to reach either Megan or John "Jersey" Tanko. If you remember, Megan and Jersey had dated for five months but then had broke up under two weeks before Lisa's disappearance. Did whoever make that call know Jersey was no longer reachable at that number? Did they have the phone number memorized or was it written down?
Further, was there really an attempt to access the internet or voice mail from Bradley's phone at 3:17 a.m. and 3:22 a.m.? Or, is this another phone number written on the hand gimmick?
Sherry Parr Yes--Susan is right. I spoke with a police woman last night --she is following this closely--she could not tell me details , but did state they expect to begin arresting people quite soon. I sure would like to know what she knows --MORE importantly-I PRAY she is right !!
Originally posted by bemi76
Crimes like this cannot go unpunished. There is an obvious crime from the mother's story, that led to the babies disappearance. So at least one charge has to be made, if not, parents can get away with anything.
LAWS have to change in order to protect the childer.edit on 17-1-2012 by bemi76 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by OneisOne
reply to post by silo13
Silo I'm on pins and needles too! I keep checking, but I haven't found anything yet. Seems the media has gone silent on the Baby Lisa case.
In other news, police have made an arrest in the Jorelys Rivera case.
GBI Director Vernon Keenan identified the man as Ryan Brunn, 20, of Canton. Keenan said Brunn lived at the apartment complex where Jorelys was killed and was a maintenance worker there. He had no known criminal record, Keenan said. He had been employed at the complex since Nov. 7.
Keenan said Brunn had been charged in the killing and additional charges may be filed by the Cherokee County District Attorney's Office.
I think it will be interesting to find out what lead police to this guy so quickly.
Now off to check the news sites again!
Tragic saga ends with death of Ga. child killer
17 hrs ago - AP 0:40 | 117,176 views
In an abrupt end to an already tragic saga, a 20-year-old maintenance man was found dead in an apparent suicide in a Georgia prison, just two days after pleading guilty to molesting and killing a little girl. (Jan. 20)