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Originally posted by silo13
reply to post by Dav1d
So the media has access to telephoto lens, and can take pictures at great distances.... Could the real reason be they wish to hide how offen the dogs 'HIT'?!? This page also acknowledges that there have been multiple searches
There's information about this in a link I don't have at my fingertips. It explains they don't want the dogs photographed while working to 'give away' to the public just how they work. Yeah, sounded weird to me too, but there ya go...
I'll get back to your other posts in a few and comb through the threads to find the link to above.
Originally posted by schmae
reply to post by Dav1d
I just don't really put much into ANY of the sightings for some reason. If you were carrying a kidnapped OR deceased baby, why would you walk in the light and down semi busy streets? It just doesn't jive with me and the video of the person near the convenience store doesnt look like a man or woman in pants or a dress and carrying anything. There is no way anyone can see enough of that person to determine anything. It just doesn't make sense.
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The problem, officials say, is that at her age - just 10 months when she went missing on Oct. 4 - countless babies match the same description, right down to the bright blue eyes and two bottom teeth. She does have a distinguishing birth mark on her right thigh, but that would hardly be noticed from a distance. "There is a kind of generic, cute little baby, little chubby cheek, bald-headed baby look," said Ernie Allen, president of the Center for Missing and Exploited Children. "But our message to the public is, look at her picture.
Originally posted by OneMeanMom
I would take those photos of her now as a woman who is more concerned with looks and appearances than the problem at hand. Now that we know she has a possible drinking problem, a husband whom she is not divorced from, is living with and has a child from another man, and so far has not given the straight forward truth as to the events leading up to and during Lisa's possible kidnapping. Based on that she is not exactly a woman with strong moral values. I would have been hitting the streets from day one searching for my child, handing out fliers, and joining every single vigil held in the child’s honor, NOT hiding at my parent’s house, or going to a salon for a new look. From what I have seen so far, this is a missing child with a mother who LOVES attention and boy is she getting it!
Originally posted by Michelle129th
This is getting a little messy with all the quotes, so hopefully I can keep it tidy and readable. Before I do though I wanted to make it a bit more clear that the actual search warrant states "The cadaver dog indicated a positive "hit" for the scent of a deceased human in an area of the floor of Bradley's bedroom near the bed" I noticed a few times people had said "near the floor". I don't know that that necessarily makes a difference or not. It is a weirdly worded phrase...I would think if it was the actual floor it would say "a positive "hit" of the floor/carpet/whatever" but I've never read another search warrant so I don't know if they're all worded oddly or not. A thought is that because it is carpeting and not just bare floor perhaps the police were unclear of whether the dog was hitting on the carpet itself or of the flooring underneath? If there was carpeting on top of other flooring they wouldn't be sure exactly what flooring the dog was hitting on...but again if that was the case why not take the area of carpeting the dog hit on and then test the carpet and the bare floor separately again with the dog? So many possibilities.
On October 17, 2011 an FBI cadaver dog was brought into the residence upon concent of Irwin and Bradley. The cadaver dog indicated a positive "hit" for the scent of a deceased human in an area of the floor of Bradley's bedroom near the bed.
The foregoing is true to the best belief and knowledge, further affiant saith not.
Det. Kimberly Shirley-Williams
I’d hate to think so but the bedroom is a huge mess. I mean look at it. Even if the picture of the room was taken after the search I don’t think the police are going to trash it that badly?
To David...there room did look a bit messy, and having 3 kids myself, there are times that i'm walking over toys, clothes, bedding etc, so it's not out of the realm of possibilities.
Where is one most likely to find baby Lisa's clothes and bedding? I suggest in her room. So logically we have most of the items unlikely to be found in the parents room.
I agree some people do keep their kids' belongings solely in the kids' rooms or a playroom or whatever, but seeing there are at the very least diapers in the parents room I think they are probably pretty lax with that. I am a "keep it to your room" mom but I know some parents that have more kids' belongings in their bedroom than their own lol
Originally posted by AuntB
I watched the morning up-date on missing baby Lisa on the news today, seems like nothing has changed. I mentioned to my husband that the mother had got a cut and color job on her hair. I asked what he thought, his response is that if our child was missing he still would not have bathed, he would be showing pictures, asking, talking but never getting his hair done. I know that people all act different in different situations but.... for someone who couldn't stop crying the first few days, Deborah certainly has pulled herself together. I am not saying she killed her child but her behavior is curious. Also the Dad acts like a mute, have they questioned him lately? I think he is scared of her.
Okay, those are my shots for the day, I will now play nice.
I would suggest that none of your children are missing, either. Perhaps I'm wrong here, but I believe most normal parents would demonstrate more concern for a missing child's things....
I would take those photos of her now as a woman who is more concerned with looks and appearances than the problem at hand.
Now that we know she has a possible drinking problem, a husband whom she is not divorced from, is living with and has a child from another man, and so far has not given the straight forward truth as to the events leading up to and during Lisa's possible kidnapping. Based on that she is not exactly a woman with strong moral values.
I would have been hitting the streets from day one searching for my child, handing out fliers, and joining every single vigil held in the child’s honor, NOT hiding at my parent’s house, or going to a salon for a new look. From what I have seen so far, this is a missing child with a mother who LOVES attention and boy is she getting it!
I don't think she is guilty of anything but being an alcoholic.