Originally posted by ludshed
I said I would post last night but wound up working until 2a.m. The house I'm rewiring is within visual range of theirs. The owner/customer and the 2 next door neighbors think the same thing I do; this is another big sham. Nobody in that neighborhood thinks the parent/s weren't involved. But hey, according to several of the post on this thread we should be thoughtful for them. Why stop there? Lets BS ourselves into believing their were WMD's in Iraq, the Fed reserve isn't screwing us, and our politicians represent us. I bet most of the people asking us here to "pray for the parents" don't even have kids. That would be an understatement, most likely can't even take care of themselves. But what the hell, you've got an internet connection and get to hide behind a screen and pretend you're opinion about people you've never met in a place you've never been matters. BRAVO, a real contribution, all of you.
Originally posted by ludshed
reply to post by gabby2011
Says the person with no ties to this other than what they read on MSM. Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't realize you live here off of Parvin and Brighton in NKC. What's that? Oh you don't, you've got a friend/family member who does? No? You're smart enough to post on an internet site about something you have no direct ties to yet dumb enough to believe the very MSM that drew you to this site. God, Allah, Karma, what ever you pretend to believe in, help us all.
Originally posted by MissPoovey
The news scroll at the bottom of the show I am watching has new info
....the parents are no longer cooperating with detectives....
Now that could just mean that they are sick of being questioned and want the police to look elsewhere..they did stay all day yesterday at the cop shop.
Or it could be incriminating.
Police had said earlier Thursday that the parents of the baby are no longer cooperating with authorities, and that their claims that whoever took their daughter stole their cellphones hasn't produce any leads.
"Tonight, they decided to stop talking to detectives, and I don't have to illustrate how that affects the investigation. That speaks for itself," he said.
FOX 4's John Pepitone describes a heated conversation police had with the baby's parents at the wooded area where police were searching. According to witnesses, the parents, Jeremy Irwin and Debbie Bradley, were seen having an animated discussion with police before speeding off in their car.
(From same link above)
Less than 40 minutes later, police announced Thursday night that command post was folding.
The parents of missing Missouri baby Lisa Irwin are upset with "tough tactics" used by the police to extract information from them about what happened to their 10-month old.
The couple was displeased with how they were treated on Thursday during a day-long interrogation. Tactics allegedly used by the police included trying to turn the parents against one another, directly accused the mother of having failed a polygraph test, and accusing her of having something to do with the disappearance of her baby girl.
The parents say they are cooperating with the investigation but a statement from the Kansas City police claims the couple "no longer want to talk to detectives."
The mother of a 10-month-old girl who went missing from their Kansas City home said police told her she failed a lie detector test and accused her of being involved in her baby's disappearance.
Deborah Bradley said Friday that police never showed her the results of the test and denied knowing anything about what happened to her daughter, Lisa Irwin. Bradley and the baby's father, Jeremy Irwin, say Lisa was abducted from her crib late Monday or early Tuesday.
"They said I failed (a polygraph test)," Bradley, 25, told the Associated Press. "And I continued to say that's not possible because I don't know where she's at and I did not do this."
They said police have treated them like suspects and that Bradley in particular has been preparing for the possibility of charges being filed against her.
The mother said detectives told her: "'You did it. You did it. And we have nothing.'"