Friday, October 7, 2011

Mom of Missing Tot Says She Took Lie Detector Test and FAILED

Lisa's father, Jeremy Irwin, says he has offered to take a lie detector test, but that police say that's not necessary.

Here is an update video...

This one is going to be solved with police work, developing time lines, tracking cell phones, and establishing inconsistencies in their many statements.

There are several slips in their statements, at one point in one of the videos she says, "we woke up" but he was at work, right? Old fashion police work will include making sure there was no deviation from his normal work schedule (was he late or did he leave early).

At least one of the cell phone was new, she states she was transferring the numbers.

What is odd is she is showing true emotion in the video- she really misses the child. Was this the case where the infant died because she feel out of her crib, or was suffocated by accident because she was sleeping in bed with her mom? and one parent or both parents made up a story so they would not be charged with manslaughter?!?!

If it was a infant stranger abduction (which is is appearing it was not) in 95% of the cases the infant is eventually returned to the parents.

Like I said, this is one of those cases where it very difficult to get a read from the videos; but rest assured the police have hours of interview videos and have a clearer idea of what occurred.

On an aside, I did notice a change in the reporter's word choice as the story developed. Words like 'alleged' abduction was how it was being referenced.◦