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Lisa Irwin: Did A Fat Policeman Steal The Missouri Babe?

by | 11th, October 2011

LISA Irwin : Anorak’s look at the missing child in the news. Can the local police look as clueless and kak-handed as the Oregon police hunting Kyron Horman ? They can try.

Police in Kasas City, Missouri have staged a re-enactment of the night that the 10 month-old went missing from her cot, taken, as the parents Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin claim, by an intruder who gained access through an unlocked bedroom window.

The Daily Mail tells it like this:

A police re-enactment in the Baby Lisa case today raised scepticism about her parents’ claims that the child was plucked from her crib by an unknown abductor in the middle of the night.

How so?

The operation proved difficult for two officers acting as a potential kidnapper, as each had difficulty getting into the Kansas City, Missouri house and needed help from other investigators.

As Anorak’s in-house sleuths deduce in the forum :

Yampster : All that seems to prove is that she wasn’t abducted by a fat stupid copper
Anorakaren : Or, if she was abducted by a fat stupid copper, he didn’t climb through that window.
Yampster : Or it’s a cover up and he is just pretending to get stuck to throw us off the scent
Anorakaren : Are we thinking it’s the copper then?

Undeterred by fact, the Mail continues:

One officer got his legs caught in the window after it suddenly slammed closed while he was climbing in.

Don’t laugh. A child is missing.

Kansas City Missouri police spokesman Steve Young declined to comment on what investigative conclusions the break-in test resulted in. Speaking about the test Young said, “What the cameras saw speaks for itself.”

The Ex

In other news, we learn that Bradley is married to another man, the father of her six-year-old son Michael. Sean Bradley says he and Deborah separated four years ago, but never got divorced.

The Grand Jury

Fox 4 News reported Monday that the FBI agent helping them decipher Lisa’s case says news of a media subpoena and Grand Jury convening this soon is “a bit of a shock.”

Former FBI Agent Michael Tabman said it’s not unheard of and that he feels investigators believe some information is being withheld.

Tabman believes all the speaking parents have done on the news, whether it’s been transmitted or not transmitted, will be used to see

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