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Originally posted by blupblup
reply to post by Xcathdra
Thanks very much for that.
So parents still a little dodgy then?
IF there was an 'accident', then i can't understand why the mother just didn't come out and be honest, i mean if i was in that situation, then I KNOW i would have said so streight away, no if's or but's.
She's the mother of little Lisa for god sake, how can you be so selfish and just worry about yourself like she has done.
It just makes me so angry.
Her explanation of blacking out are also an issue for me, since she has the ability to remember everything just before and right after, yet in between remains fuzzy. I dont buy it. All the time ive been doing this job I have never encountered a person who "blacked out and remembered nothing". Her accidentally giving 2 different time lines is proof of that in my opinion.
Originally posted by silo13
One thing most don't remember.
Deborah did not admit to 'blacking out' or drinking at all - until AFTER the police found the receipt for the wine and after LE viewed the video tape of her buying wine.
Not until AFTER did she 'fess up' about this - and then she 'volunteered' the information only when questioned.
So no, she didn't give the police pertinent information from the get go. Not once.
Originally posted by OneisOne
I even think that child endangerment or neglect charges should have already been brought due to her own confession she was "blackout" drunk that night with 3 children in her care OiO
Originally posted by wildtimes
Do you think Dr Phil might have anything going on as to investigators wanting him to 'interview' (question) this skanky crowd?edit on 2-2-2012 by wildtimes because: (no reason given)
Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin said some people in the Kansas City community are making "ridiculous accusations" regarding the case surrounding their missing daughter.
The couple taped an interview for the "Dr. Phil Show" last week. Attorney Joe Tacopina could be seen sitting next to the couple as they answered questions.
Phil McGraw asked the couple how the community has been treating them since Lisa Irwin was reported missing on Oct. 4 from their home.
"Are they supportive? Are they suspicious?" McGraw asked.
"It's a little bit of both. There's a lot of people coming forward and helping, supporting and et cetera. There's a lot of people out there and don't have a lot of information and make ridiculous accusations," Jeremy Irwin told McGraw.
KMBC's Lara Moritz talked with McGraw Thursday morning about the interview. McGraw told Moritz that he understands why the community is suspicious, and he said a lot more.
Irwin, Bradley, their New York attorney, Joe Tacopina, and their New York private investigator, Bill Stanton, will appear on a national television talk show next month on the four-month anniversary of Lisa's disappearance. Publicists for the Dr. Phil show said they will provide their theories on what happened that fateful morning.
In the highly-anticipated interview, Dr. Phil will encourage the couple to explain inconsistencies in the mysterious case. While police never accussed the couple of involvement with Lisa's disappearance, many neighbors have pointed their fingers at the couple.
Many have wondered why Bradley was drunk the night her daughter disappeared, why she and Irwin refuse to speak separately to the police, and why a mysterious, anonymous donor offered $10,000 as a reward for Lisa’s safe return.
Others have expressed suspicions of how a Kansas City family can afford top New York City lawyers.On the Dr. Phil Show, parents, Bradley and Irwin, will open up about what really happened the night of Lisa’s mysterious disappearance. Bradley will discuss accusations that drinking red wine was neglectful of Lisa and her two sons.
“I’m not going to sit on TV until now, when I’m being asked this specific question, and rebuttal it, because it’s just taking my words apart,” Bradley tells Dr. Phil when asked about inconsistent reports of whether the lights in her house were left on or off the night of Lisa’s disappearance.
The couple’s attorney, Joe Tacopina, will also explain allegations that Bradley failed a polygraph lie detector test following Lisa’s disappearance.
In addition to Bradley, Irwin and Tacopina, a private investigator, Bill Stanton, will join the discussion with Dr. Phil. Stanton claims he was hired by an anonymous benefactor who offered a $10,000 reward for the safe return of baby Lisa Irwin or information leading investigators to the child. He will discuss the details of the case with Dr. Phil and address concerns of the likelihood that the now-one-year-old child is still alive.