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Why isn't it the father's fault? Why is he the victim and the mother is the killer? Is it because your gut tells you so? Why do you hate the mother so much without one shred of evidence, seen with your own eyes, that she is guilty of anything? The father was in the house too at some point.
If you can't believe just one of the above, how can you believe any of it ?
Also we are all merely spectators in this story. Whether or not we think mom did it or not has no bearing on the outcome of the case. So what does it matter? You are speculating she is innocent. If you read the whole 30 pages you would know that all of us HOPE she is innocent because that means there is a good chance baby Lisa is alive still.
I've been getting caught up here with the thread, and a couple of new Qs and points come to mind...
first, re whether or not there is a basement.
The floor plan shows very clearly that there is a DOWN STAIRCASE. Not an UP staircase. Would that not indicate a basement?
Second...one way to determine how much she had to drink would be to see how much is LEFT the next day -- if any.
Third...perhaps more attention needs to be paid to the "missing cell phones". IF there was an accident AND she had no cell phone to use to call 911, THEN, who took the cellphones? Dad? To work, so that it would be pre-planned that she had no way to call 911?
Lame anyway, a panicking, distraught mom would run to a neighbor's house regardless of the hour if her phone was gone/dead and she needed first responders.
Fourth...those other children should absoFREAKINlutely be interviewed, away from their parents, with a Guardian Ad Litem.
To allow the parents to keep the kids from talking is asinine. If Deborah doesn't remember, or didn't hear what was going on, then maybe one of the sober youngsters did.
Finally, Deborah's brother needs also to speak up. Why would he take her to the liquor store? and WHO was with her KIDS while she was out choosing her box of wine?
So, the dumpster fire, the wine-box, the cell phones, the baby's clothing....the guy coming out of the woods. Has there been anymore investigation of the dumpster fire?
And that lawyer said that carpet had not been removed from the bedroom. But, wasn't there a bunch of carpet removed from SOMEWHERE? She seemed to deny that, but I thought I saw it in the paperwork.
Flames shooting up? Wouldn't that happen if a BATTERY was blown up, maybe? A cellular phone battery, or three?
And combined with an empty wine box? Which may or may not have been refilled with other things like clothing?
Very weird night on the block, I'd say!