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Old 10-17-2011, 05:42 PM   #61
 
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She was drunk. Buying wine with another man. She's changed her story. There's no body to be found, yet she had hours and possibly an accomplice, either one of which could've killed the kid and then helped the other drive a couple hours and hide the body. She could've accidentally killed her while completely schnockered. They've hired the same attorney who got Van Der Sloot off after the disappearance of Holloway. Something doesn't add up here. I hate to be debbie downer, but I still think this baby is dead, and I'm believing more and more every day the mother knows exactly what happened. It's becoming a circus.
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Bradley also admitted she last saw Lisa Irwin at 6:40 p.m. local time, not 10:30 p.m. as she had originally told investigators.

Bradley said it was possible she blacked out after drinking, but denied that anything could have happened to Lisa while she was drunk. She said she drank about twice a week when her children were asleep and denied having a drinking problem.

"I don't see the problem with me having grownup time," she told Fox News' Megyn Kelly.

The above quote certainly adds another dimension to what has been reported so far. I agree that anytime the story starts changing, it doesn't look good.

Does anyone know at what time she is caught on tape buying the box of wine?
and....where was the baby while she was out shopping???

she said in a video i saw that she hasn't really talked to the 5 and 8 year old boys about what happened that night because "they didn't see anything and she didn't want to put them through that"....then she said they may have heard something but she doesn't know if it was before or after they went to bed. i think i heard that she's not allowing the police to talk to them.

AND there's a big difference between having a drink / drinks and being DRUNK!!! who gets drunk when they're home alone with 3 small children in their care? and neglects to add this detail when the whole country is alerted to the fact that your baby was "stolen"?

oh and 3 cell phones being stolen plus a baby. who goes through a house picking up cell phones and a baby? who even knows where all the cell phones in any particular house even are located? come on....

if she knows anything more she should just come clean!!!!!
Many things about this story just don't add up. Something about the father, especially during the interview in my link just looks weird. He's so emotion-less - like a robot.

The cell phone thing is weird. Who steals a baby, 3 cell phones, and leaves all the lights on in the house??? My gut tells me the mother knows something. I also believe that the poor baby is dead.
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She was drunk. Buying wine with another man. She's changed her story. There's no body to be found, yet she had hours and possibly an accomplice, either one of which could've killed the kid and then helped the other drive a couple hours and hide the body. She could've accidentally killed her while completely schnockered. They've hired the same attorney who got Van Der Sloot off after the disappearance of Holloway. Something doesn't add up here. I hate to be debbie downer, but I still think this baby is dead, and I'm believing more and more every day the mother knows exactly what happened. It's becoming a circus.
Well, in all fairness, it was her brother she was with at the store and she also bought baby items.

But I do agree that it's becoming a circus!
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So drinking until you black out is "grown up time"? If you want to have that kind of "grown up time" don't do it when you have young children with you.
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She was drunk. Buying wine with another man. She's changed her story. There's no body to be found, yet she had hours and possibly an accomplice, either one of which could've killed the kid and then helped the other drive a couple hours and hide the body. She could've accidentally killed her while completely schnockered. They've hired the same attorney who got Van Der Sloot off after the disappearance of Holloway. Something doesn't add up here. I hate to be debbie downer, but I still think this baby is dead, and I'm believing more and more every day the mother knows exactly what happened. It's becoming a circus.
Well, in all fairness, it was her brother she was with at the store and she also bought baby items.

But I do agree that it's becoming a circus!
Has it been proven that it was her brother? I don't know if I'd buy it otherwise. I hate to be so cynical but nothing has added up since day one. I'd love to see this baby found alive, but the odds are against it it appears
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I saw them being interviewed tonight and while the mother shows some emotion the father seems comepletely disconnected. Have they ruled him out or had him take a lie detector test? I know he was supposed to be at work but ppl have snuck out of work to commit crimes before and the fact they said the night of her dissapearance just so happened to be his first late night at workin til 4am just seems fishy.
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She was drunk. Buying wine with another man. She's changed her story. There's no body to be found, yet she had hours and possibly an accomplice, either one of which could've killed the kid and then helped the other drive a couple hours and hide the body. She could've accidentally killed her while completely schnockered. They've hired the same attorney who got Van Der Sloot off after the disappearance of Holloway. Something doesn't add up here. I hate to be debbie downer, but I still think this baby is dead, and I'm believing more and more every day the mother knows exactly what happened. It's becoming a circus.
Well, in all fairness, it was her brother she was with at the store and she also bought baby items.

But I do agree that it's becoming a circus!
Has it been proven that it was her brother? I don't know if I'd buy it otherwise. I hate to be so cynical but nothing has added up since day one. I'd love to see this baby found alive, but the odds are against it it appears
Well, the family said so and somewhere I saw a police comment that it was her brother who was with her at the store in the video. He's 20 and had given her a ride to the store.
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...if cell phones were stolen can't they gps where the phones were/are?

I was wondering this myself. Not sure every cell phone has GPS tracking on it, though. I don't think mine does. Plus on some the feature has to be turned on.

Wow, nothing adds up here...
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Baby Lisa Irwin's Parents Hire Joe Tacopina, Attorney Who Defended Joran Van Der Sloot
They are def doing some cya...gg
I would love to know the bro's story. Wonder why he hasn't been questioned?!
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I don't know the details, but I do want to add in fairness that in too many cases to count, what seems obvious and clear turns out to be a muddled mess.

Police officers like to find the "easy fix" or easy answer.

The mother may be guilty; I don't know. No one does, yet.
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They are def doing some cya...gg
I would love to know the bro's story. Wonder why he hasn't been questioned?!
is it commonplace to get such a high power attorney when you're completely innocent? i think not...
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lol...Dick DeGuerin, anyone?
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AND there's a big difference between having a drink / drinks and being DRUNK!!! who gets drunk when they're home alone with 3 small children in their care? and neglects to add this detail when the whole country is alerted to the fact that your baby was "stolen"?
Right?!

She admitted having "several glasses" of wine -- perhaps as many as 10 -- with a neighbor prior to the girl's disappearance on Oct. 4.

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They are def doing some cya...gg
I would love to know the bro's story. Wonder why he hasn't been questioned?!
is it commonplace to get such a high power attorney when you're completely innocent? i think not...
Innocent people get put in jail all the time. I think it's smart seeing how the media is making them a focus.


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Baby Lisa Irwin's Parents Hire Joe Tacopina, Attorney Who Defended Joran Van Der Sloot
They are def doing some cya...gg
I would love to know the bro's story. Wonder why he hasn't been questioned?!
is it commonplace to get such a high power attorney when you're completely innocent? i think not...
Innocent people get put in jail all the time. I think it's smart seeing how the media is making them a focus.
yeah not questioning her decision to get an attorney but if innocent do you need a super high powered attorney like the one that worked with van der sloot? honestly it's a little surprising they can afford such an attorney, maybe he's doing pro bono work. the mom could be innocent but her leaving out important facts like being drunk and the last time you saw your baby then getting a big name attorney just seems very suspicious!
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I understand why she would want a lawyer even if she is innocent. If she is and the police are focusing on her due to lack of other leads then id want a lawyer as well. Innocent ppl go to jail all the time. Plus we dont know if they paid to obtain a lawyer, this high profile attorney could be taking the case for the publicity which judging from the van dersloot case he likes. Maybe she left out the drinking because she knew it would look bad and the police were already judging her. Who knows. I think it would be hard for a drunk person to plan this all out to where they still havent found the baby.

I still think the father was way off, and really odd in his interviews.
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is it commonplace to get such a high power attorney when you're completely innocent? i think not...
Innocent people get put in jail all the time. I think it's smart seeing how the media is making them a focus.
yeah not questioning her decision to get an attorney but if innocent do you need a super high powered attorney like the one that worked with van der sloot? honestly it's a little surprising they can afford such an attorney, maybe he's doing pro bono work. the mom could be innocent but her leaving out important facts like being drunk and the last time you saw your baby then getting a big name attorney just seems very suspicious!

If she's completely innocent of any involvement in the disappearance of baby Lisa, and yet she was so wasted that night that she "misremembered" the times she last saw the baby....yeah, I think she still needs a high-powered attorney. If she is innocent, she made some stupid mistakes that night--mistakes I'm sure mother's all over the country make every day and don't have their baby go missing. It looks bad. I don't blame her for getting a good attorney even if she's innocent.
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Bradley also admitted she last saw Lisa Irwin at 6:40 p.m. local time, not 10:30 p.m. as she had originally told investigators.

Bradley said it was possible she blacked out after drinking, but denied that anything could have happened to Lisa while she was drunk. She said she drank about twice a week when her children were asleep and denied having a drinking problem.

"I don't see the problem with me having grownup time," she told Fox News' Megyn Kelly.

The above quote certainly adds another dimension to what has been reported so far. I agree that anytime the story starts changing, it doesn't look good.

Does anyone know at what time she is caught on tape buying the box of wine?
is it at all common to last see your baby at 6:40? don't you check babies often for diaper changes and feedings? 6:40 seems like a very early "last check"
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I think she was embarrassed so I can see her not mentioning her drinking the first go around. And as far as the high powered attorney, I think they hired him more for his media relations skills than anything else. I would want someone who had experience in highly publicized cases than a local dude who could be overwhelmed and give me bad advice.


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