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Post by Jill Havern on 04.10.15 22:10



Published on 4 Oct 2015
https://www.facebook.com/groups/HiDeH...
In late 2011 the disappearance of 10-month-old Lisa Irwin captured the nation's attention. How could an infant disappear from her crib in the middle of the night? The images of Lisa with her big blue eyes were splashed all over national media. Three years later there is still no trace of her.

There are suspicions, most of them involving Lisa's mother, Deborah, who was at home that night and says she was sleeping. Fox News would later break the fact that Debra admits to being so drunk she may have blacked out on the night in question. But Debra has always denied involvement in her daughter's disappearance.

As the months passed, the searches eventually stopped. And the story faded from the spotlight. Until now. "The Kelly File" has obtained never-before-seen interviews of Lisa's parents in the days immediately after her disappearance. Secret tapes recorded by a former top CIA officer, a government-trained spy and interrogator. And what he found could change everything you thought you knew about this case.

November 11, 2010, little Lisa Irwin is born to parents Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin. The couple, unmarried, lives a seemingly quiet life in Kansas City, Missouri, along with Jeremy's 8-year- old son Blake and Deborah's 5-year-old Michael.

Deborah is a stay home mom. Jeremy works as an electrician. Money is tight, so Jeremy works overtime when he can, including on the night of October 3rd, 2011. Baby Lisa is 10 months old. Jeremy leaves the family home around 5:30 in the evening. Within hours disaster will strike.

At 6:40 p.m., Deborah puts Lisa in her crib, then she heads to her porch to visit with a female neighbor. The pair will spend hours on the porch drinking wine, lots of it. Deborah goes to bed four hours later. She initially tells police that she checked on Lisa, who she says was asleep in her crib. She turns out all the house lights and goes to sleep with her son Michael in her bed. The time is 10:40 p.m. At 4:00 a.m., Jeremy returns home. Immediately he notices something unusual. All of the house lights, he says, are turned on, and the front door is unlocked. He tries to wake Deborah, but she is groggy. So he goes to check on Lisa. And here begins the story of every parents' nightmare. His 10-month-old daughter is gone from her crib, his baby appears to have vanished. Jeremy tells Deborah, he says they both become distraught. He runs next door banging on his neighbor's door.

The neighbor answers and he asks whether Lisa is there. He's told she is not. He returns home and says, he now notices that the three family cell phones are missing from the kitchen. He uses his work phone to call 911. Authorities show up and begin searching for the girl. Jeremy tells police about the lights and the front door, and something else he noticed. He says in their computer room down the hall from Lisa's bedroom the screen in the window appears to have been tampered with. Investigators search the area, but there's no sign of little Lisa. They tell the public the parents are cooperating. The next day the story goes national when Jeremy and Deborah appear on TV to beg for Lisa's safe return.

BRADLEY: Please, bring her home. Our two other boys are waiting for her. Please, just drop her off anywhere. We don't care. Just somewhere safe where she can come home, please.

KELLY: Deborah is soon given a lie detector test. She later reveals police claimed she failed. Within days the Kansas City police say the parents are no longer cooperating, which Deborah and Jeremy deny. One week after Lisa went missing, the FBI and police stage a break-in to discover ways an intruder could have entered the home. Police find climbing through the tampered window is actually rather difficult and conclude the intruder would have made noise

http://www.foxnews.com/transcript/2015/01/05/look-back-at-baby-lisa-mystery/
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Post by Guest on 05.10.15 9:36

Get'emGonçalo wrote:

Published on 4 Oct 2015
https://www.facebook.com/groups/HiDeH...
In late 2011 the disappearance of 10-month-old Lisa Irwin captured the nation's attention. How could an infant disappear from her crib in the middle of the night? The images of Lisa with her big blue eyes were splashed all over national media. Three years later there is still no trace of her.

There are suspicions, most of them involving Lisa's mother, Deborah, who was at home that night and says she was sleeping. Fox News would later break the fact that Debra admits to being so drunk she may have blacked out on the night in question. But Debra has always denied involvement in her daughter's disappearance.

As the months passed, the searches eventually stopped. And the story faded from the spotlight. Until now. "The Kelly File" has obtained never-before-seen interviews of Lisa's parents in the days immediately after her disappearance. Secret tapes recorded by a former top CIA officer, a government-trained spy and interrogator. And what he found could change everything you thought you knew about this case.

November 11, 2010, little Lisa Irwin is born to parents Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin. The couple, unmarried, lives a seemingly quiet life in Kansas City, Missouri, along with Jeremy's 8-year- old son Blake and Deborah's 5-year-old Michael.

Deborah is a stay home mom. Jeremy works as an electrician. Money is tight, so Jeremy works overtime when he can, including on the night of October 3rd, 2011. Baby Lisa is 10 months old. Jeremy leaves the family home around 5:30 in the evening. Within hours disaster will strike.

At 6:40 p.m., Deborah puts Lisa in her crib, then she heads to her porch to visit with a female neighbor. The pair will spend hours on the porch drinking wine, lots of it. Deborah goes to bed four hours later. She initially tells police that she checked on Lisa, who she says was asleep in her crib. She turns out all the house lights and goes to sleep with her son Michael in her bed. The time is 10:40 p.m. At 4:00 a.m., Jeremy returns home. Immediately he notices something unusual. All of the house lights, he says, are turned on, and the front door is unlocked. He tries to wake Deborah, but she is groggy. So he goes to check on Lisa. And here begins the story of every parents' nightmare. His 10-month-old daughter is gone from her crib, his baby appears to have vanished. Jeremy tells Deborah, he says they both become distraught. He runs next door banging on his neighbor's door.

The neighbor answers and he asks whether Lisa is there. He's told she is not. He returns home and says, he now notices that the three family cell phones are missing from the kitchen. He uses his work phone to call 911. Authorities show up and begin searching for the girl. Jeremy tells police about the lights and the front door, and something else he noticed. He says in their computer room down the hall from Lisa's bedroom the screen in the window appears to have been tampered with. Investigators search the area, but there's no sign of little Lisa. They tell the public the parents are cooperating. The next day the story goes national when Jeremy and Deborah appear on TV to beg for Lisa's safe return.

BRADLEY: Please, bring her home. Our two other boys are waiting for her. Please, just drop her off anywhere. We don't care. Just somewhere safe where she can come home, please.

KELLY: Deborah is soon given a lie detector test. She later reveals police claimed she failed. Within days the Kansas City police say the parents are no longer cooperating, which Deborah and Jeremy deny. One week after Lisa went missing, the FBI and police stage a break-in to discover ways an intruder could have entered the home. Police find climbing through the tampered window is actually rather difficult and conclude the intruder would have made noise

http://www.foxnews.com/transcript/2015/01/05/look-back-at-baby-lisa-mystery/


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Funny, this case seems to remind me of another one; can't put a finger on it though....ooops
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