A top New York attorney named Vikki Ziegler is saying that if missing Kansas City, Missouri baby Lisa Irwin's parents weren't somehow involved in her disappearance, they would be far more helpful with the case. She is concerned that because Deborah Bradley--baby Lisa's mother--has changed the original story she gave police--that she may have something to hide.
According to a report from Hollywood Life, Ziegler feels that Deborah Bradley and baby Lisa's father, Jeremy Irwin, are protecting themselves--and that their main objective should be protection of their daughter instead. Deborah Bradley doesn't seem nearly as devoted to finding Lisa as most people think she should be.
"Because she's not doing that and acting so bizarre, you want to kind of point the finger at her and say 'Something's not right,'" Vikki Ziegler says.
Ziegler also feels that if getting drunk the night that Lisa Irwin disappeared was the only thing Deborah Bradley did wrong, that she would be acting much differently.
"If you drink and pass out, it's not a crime," Ziegler says. "If you haven't done anything to your harm you child, so to me that's why it's so strange how come they're not talking more than they should to the police."
Do you agree with any of what this New York attorney is saying? Does it seem like baby Lisa Irwin's parents are hurting the investigation into their daughter's disappearance?
What parent wouldn't want to do everything within their power to help find their missing baby? Apparently the kind of parent who has something to hide.
Do you think either Deborah Bradley or Jeremy Irwin is responsible for the disappearance of or knows what happened to baby Lisa Irwin?
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