Skip to comments.Baby Lisa's Parents Are Avoiding Our Questions, Say Police As FAA Halts Flights Near Search
Posted on 10/19/2011 6:53:00 AM PDT by truthkeeper
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They must be running a heat seeking mechanism over the site via plane.
Baby Lisa ping. On or off the list, let me know.
I figured they just wanted to keep media helicopters from filming in case they wanted to bring in their own police helicopters.
But I don’t really know anything about it.
—Baby Lisa’s Parents Are Avoiding Our Questions, Say Police...—
Never talk to the cops: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8z7NC5sgik
I heard on the news this morning that this search is being conducted without their consent, which means they would have had to obtain a search warrant.
I don’t know what to make of this case yet.
The part about the missing cellphones is especially odd. The cops can get the records, so why take the phones when they can be tracked if used? Or maybe they were taken to keep someone from calling police quickly.
I wonder if they can tell a location by pings from those phones, or did someone dump them in a lake? Who knows?
A person here posted that maybe some pictures on the phones could be the reason they were taken. Possibility maybe.
They must have shown some cause to get a search warrant. Hmmnn
I agree, a very strange case.
Maybe to keep track (map) areas covered??
"Joe Tacopina says he would not have taken the case if he had even the slightest hesitation that the parents were involved."
At this point no one knows for sure what the involvement of the parents is, but I don't believe anything Tacopina says.
Or heat of decomposition.
Police to Execute Search Warrant at Baby Lisas Home
A Kansas City Police patrol car sat outside the home of missing baby Lisa Irwins parents overnight to watch over the property while detectives prepared to execute a search warrant that was obtained late Tuesday. A police spokesman said he expected some activity at the house on Wednesday morning.
Authorities have conducted previous searches of the home with the consent of the family, but the fact that they have now sought a warrant could be the latest sign of tension between police and the missing 10-month-olds parents.
A police spokesman said earlier Tuesday that mother Deborah Bradley and father Jeremy Irwin have not sat down for an interview with investigators since October 8 and that there are still some questions detectives have that only the parents can answer. The couples attorney has maintained that they are being cooperative, but he has also criticized some of investigators tactics.
Police spent much of the afternoon Tuesday searching a wooded area near the Irwin homean effort that prompted the FAA to initiate a no-fly zone over the site for several hoursbut Capt. Steve Young told reporters that the lead they were pursuing there ultimately didnt pan out.
“The cops can get the records, so why take the phones when they can be tracked if used?”
Dopey people in a panic who need to explain why they waited to call the police, or who have calls on their phones they don’t want to explain, would ditch the phones. I’ve read in many places that many people who commit crimes are just plain dumb and make mistakes it’s hard for intelligent people to understand.
Anyway, I don’t believe for a second that some bogeyman kidnapped that baby and grabbed three cell phones on his way out.
Only if Mr. Irwin owns the land.
No true. Renters are entitled to refuse to allow the police to search their houses unless the cops have a search warrant.