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    Most detailed interview with local media

    I felt this video needed it's own thread since it covers Cell phones, did the boys hear anything etc. It's probably the most detailed interview that was done October 5th or 6th (6th according to the upload date from local media, but it may have been the night of the 5th).

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0Lmy0Q5U_k"]Baby Lisa's Parents Take Questions From Reporters - YouTube[/ame]

    There are a couple of things mentioned in this video that caught my attention that I kept going back to.

    One was the cell phones. According to DB, only one of three phones did not work.

    Something else I've seen here is the comment from JI saying the boys bedroom is nowhere near the boys room. Based on the layouts posted here, it looks really close unless these layouts are inaccurate or I have been looking at an outdated one.

    If DB is giving her account (and I think she is) about giving BL her binky, etc these are pretty detailed things based on her memory loss of knowing when she last checked on her.

    3:30 Did the boys hear anything?
    JI: I don't think so. The window that was open is nowhere near their bedroom.

    4:43 Three were taken, one wasn't even working

    5:28 I belive this is her account of what she last did with Lisa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by indepmo View Post
    I felt this video needed it's own thread since it covers Cell phones, did the boys hear anything etc. It's probably the most detailed interview that was done October 5th or 6th (6th according to the upload date from local media, but it may have been the night of the 5th).

    Baby Lisa's Parents Take Questions From Reporters - YouTube

    There are a couple of things mentioned in this video that caught my attention that I kept going back to.

    One was the cell phones. According to DB, only one of three phones did not work.

    Something else I've seen here is the comment from JI saying the boys bedroom is nowhere near the boys room. Based on the layouts posted here, it looks really close unless these layouts are inaccurate or I have been looking at an outdated one.

    If DB is giving her account (and I think she is) about giving BL her binky, etc these are pretty detailed things based on her memory loss of knowing when she last checked on her.

    3:30 Did the boys hear anything?
    JI: I don't think so. The window that was open is nowhere near their bedroom.

    4:43 Three were taken, one wasn't even working

    5:28 I belive this is her account of what she last did with Lisa?
    I think the window he is referring is a window on the right front of the home (I think it's their computer room) and the boy's room is in the right rear corner of the home. So although the computer room and the boy's room probably share a wall, the window in question is in the front and the boy's bedroom is in the back. does that make sense? I can believe that they didn't and/or couldn't hear someone coming in through the window.

    DB's account mostly sounded like her recounting what she normally did, not what she actually did that night. She said "give her a bath" not "I gave her a bath".

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    When she said one wasn't working, she probably was referring to her phone which apparently was broken (she could hear, but people couldn't hear her or vice versa...this was discussed a some point, but I have no idea which thread. Sorry!) So I think one was not usable at all and that is what she is referring to. From subsequent reports, we hear that their service was restricted so the other 2 phones worked, but had only limited use.

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    I just watched this video again, it's very intersting how the details of the night keep changing. Now none of the phone work because they were shut off (yes I realize you can still dial 911), the boys heard clicking noises, the mother was drinking, the timeline was shot to heck. 7:30 bedtime to 10:30 check in time to now not knowing if she even looked in on Lisa after 6:40.

    This video is important for a lot of reasons. My main reason is that if you are telling the truth there is nothing to remember, so why now all of the story changes? It just doesn't add up for me and tipped me off the fence head first.

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    I believe that by "one phone not working" she means there was something physically wrong with the phone. Later on I believe they claim they couldn't use any of these phones because while the two phone were physically o'key, the bills were not paid so the phones were on restricted service.
    Just my opinion

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    Can anyone find the interview where she said her phone was restricted? I want to know if she said HER phone was restricted, or THEY were restricted. They may or may not have a family plan.

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    DB's account mostly sounded like her recounting what she normally did, not what she actually did that night. She said "give her a bath" not "I gave her a bath".
    I agree. Another example is when she says "she likes to sleep with her Barney." And when asked what she would say to who has her, she utters the most awkward statement. She doesn't say "please we need her back, please bring her back." Other than the perfunctory opening script, there is no plea, no bargaining, no offer of appeasement, no play on the sympathy of the abductor. Instead, she rambles on about "she's everything, the boys want her back". WTH kind of response is that to the question "what do you say to the abductor?" This interview is SO AWKWARD and disingenuous, IMO.

    But this is the one place where I initially thought Jeremy was being duped by her. I don't believe that now, but at the time, I thought he seemed genuinely naive.

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    So is it safe to say one of the boys moved from DB's room from the time she went to bed with them in her bedroom on the complete opposite corner of the house, and JI found one of the boys in his bunk bed? Is it safe to say one of the boys may have heard or seen something since he moved from the parents bedroom between 10:30 and the time JI arrived back home? All I know is, from these two accounts, one boy went from point a to point b per what I am reading...

    http://www.kctv5.com/story/15940122/...-for-abduction
    He does not remember if the door to Lisa's room was open or not. He found his son in his bunk bed and Bradley and her son together in her bed along with a stray kitten she had just taken in.

    Timeline
    http://www.nbcactionnews.com/dpp/new...-disappearance
    Deborah Bradley turns out lights and goes to sleep with boys in her bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boodles View Post
    I agree. Another example is when she says "she likes to sleep with her Barney." And when asked what she would say to who has her, she utters the most awkward statement. She doesn't say "please we need her back, please bring her back." Other than the perfunctory opening script, there is no plea, no bargaining, no offer of appeasement, no play on the sympathy of the abductor. Instead, she rambles on about "she's everything, the boys want her back". WTH kind of response is that to the question "what do you say to the abductor?" This interview is SO AWKWARD and disingenuous, IMO.

    But this is the one place where I initially thought Jeremy was being duped by her. I don't believe that now, but at the time, I thought he seemed genuinely naive.
    She was still covering up the fact that she was drunk or at least didn't want to publicly admit it at that point. I think that is the reason for some of the odd answers she gave. I agree that her answer regarding "what do you say to the abductor" was a bit strange. I still don't know what to make of JI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boodles View Post
    I agree. Another example is when she says "she likes to sleep with her Barney." And when asked what she would say to who has her, she utters the most awkward statement. She doesn't say "please we need her back, please bring her back." Other than the perfunctory opening script, there is no plea, no bargaining, no offer of appeasement, no play on the sympathy of the abductor. Instead, she rambles on about "she's everything, the boys want her back". WTH kind of response is that to the question "what do you say to the abductor?" This interview is SO AWKWARD and disingenuous, IMO.

    But this is the one place where I initially thought Jeremy was being duped by her. I don't believe that now, but at the time, I thought he seemed genuinely naive.
    I think it is Michael Tabman, former KC FBI, who wrote that since the trainwreck known as tha Anthony case, they have purposefully scaled back the drama.


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    Compare with what the new timeline states:

    http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/nationa...ng-to-a-source

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    I think it's interesting she mentions she waved the police down after the 911 call was made. For some reason that just sounds hinky. Why throw that in there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by indepmo View Post
    So is it safe to say one of the boys moved from DB's room from the time she went to bed with them in her bedroom on the complete opposite corner of the house, and JI found one of the boys in his bunk bed? Is it safe to say one of the boys may have heard or seen something since he moved from the parents bedroom between 10:30 and the time JI arrived back home? All I know is, from these two accounts, one boy went from point a to point b per what I am reading...

    http://www.kctv5.com/story/15940122/...-for-abduction
    He does not remember if the door to Lisa's room was open or not. He found his son in his bunk bed and Bradley and her son together in her bed along with a stray kitten she had just taken in.

    Timeline
    http://www.nbcactionnews.com/dpp/new...-disappearance
    Deborah Bradley turns out lights and goes to sleep with boys in her bed.
    It sounds like that's what happened. So the boy who moved back to his room definitely could have seen or heard something. That makes me wonder about the supposed clicking sounds the boys heard. Did they hear this while they were both in bed with DB or after one of them went back to their room?

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    This video is one of a million (ok, I'm exaggerating) reasons that the 2 boys need to be interviewed by experienced child speciliasts, in order to find out what happened to Lisa, and to find Lisa. JMO.

    But these parents are not going to allow it, come heck or high water, apparently. Why?

    AND of course, those boys need counseling by similarly experienced child speciliasts, for whatever they experienced, even if they slept thru it all, in the loss of their sister Lisa.

    I wonder if DB and JI have arranged for any counseling for those boys. If they have, kudos to them (but it is what parents should do).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salsa View Post
    I think it's interesting she mentions she waved the police down after the 911 call was made. For some reason that just sounds hinky. Why throw that in there?
    This makes sense to me if they were told to get out of the house in case an intruder was still in there. Standard operating procedure to advise this. I think the waving them down was just what happened when the police were coming down the road and they were outside with the boys. I have seen this in many cases when an ambulance is dispatched where a resident is anxiously waiting for it to arrive and waves it in to the correct place.

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