View Poll Results: My beliefs on who is responsible for taking Lisa four months ago

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  1. #121
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherbie View Post
    I'm squishy in my beliefs. I find DB's statements and behavior suspect, and that - combined with the extremely unlikely kidnapping scenario and statistical improbability thereof - concerns me greatly. But without more evidence, I just can't say at this point that I believe with all my heart she is guilty of harming or disposing of Lisa. I do firmly believe, though, that she at the very least knows more than she has shared.
    Your opinion matches mine pretty close. I don't put as much emphasis on statistics as most others though. Everything else is spot on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cityslick View Post
    Your opinion matches mine pretty close. I don't put as much emphasis on statistics as most others though. Everything else is spot on.
    Yes, and since the 'statistics' are not 100% means, in fact, improbable does indeed happen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cityslick View Post
    Your opinion matches mine pretty close. I don't put as much emphasis on statistics as most others though. Everything else is spot on.
    In the realm of all that is possible in the world, almost everything is. No one can say *I* wasn't in the area that night, but the statistical likelihood is extremely low. Statistical improbability of a kidnapping is only one of the things that gives me pause. It isn't a definitive indicator by any means, but it gains a little more significance when considered in conjunction with the suspect behavior/statements and implausible intruder theory, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whisperer View Post
    Lisa could have been missing early that day and not at night. The boys were in school all day and DB was home (?) with Lisa...or was she?
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    Not one person has come forth to say what she did that day. Where did she go after she dropped the boys off at school?

    Snipped and BBM: Great Questions -- and none of these ?s have EVER been answered ...

    JMO ... but I believe that the time-frame BEFORE a person goes "missing" is CRITICAL -- at least 48 hours prior to being reported "missing".

    Baby Lisa was reported "missing" on Tuesday October 4 at appx 4:00 A.M.

    So, the boys went to school on Monday October 3 -- WHAT DID Deb do that day -- besides the "wine run" with her brother ?

    JMO ... but I do think her brother PN is the one who helped her dispose of the phones and ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by In da Middle View Post
    Yes, and since the 'statistics' are not 100% means, in fact, improbable does indeed happen.
    I agree, and that's why I won't discount entirely an intruder scenario; nor that DB was too unfit to walk any distance; nor that there might've been more than one dog hit, etc. I have suspicions, but I am not gonna completely exclude anything on the basis of improbability. I'll go where the evidence eventually leads us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whisperer View Post
    Could be..

    It is very important to profile.

    Since we don't know much about DB, it is more difficult. She appears to be a creature of habit.

    Anybody get the sense she is being protected? Who is this benefactor and why is she paying for all this. There's a story....

    W/O a profile, it is hard to tell where she would go.

    Respectfully Snipped and BBM:

    1st BBM: I totally agree ! And I sure hope that someone in KCPD has done some good profiling on DB and JI ... and since DB and JI are NOT talking to LE -- and NOT talking to LE SEPARATELY -- they need to profile ALL of their statements, their body language, etc.

    Something I just thought of : We know that at the time Baby Lisa went "missing", DB was not working. In today's economy and with 3 children to raise, it has to be financially difficult. But WHY doesn't DB work ? Did she "ever" have a job before ? Even FCA had a job, even though it was for a month or two ...

    2nd BBM: Great Catch -- that she is "being protected" ... but by WHO and WHY ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dog.gone.cute View Post
    Respectfully Snipped and BBM:

    1st BBM: I totally agree ! And I sure hope that someone in KCPD has done some good profiling on DB and JI ... and since DB and JI are NOT talking to LE -- and NOT talking to LE SEPARATELY -- they need to profile ALL of their statements, their body language, etc.

    Something I just thought of : We know that at the time Baby Lisa went "missing", DB was not working. In today's economy and with 3 children to raise, it has to be financially difficult. But WHY doesn't DB work ? Did she "ever" have a job before ? Even FCA had a job, even though it was for a month or two ...

    2nd BBM: Great Catch -- that she is "being protected" ... but by WHO and WHY ?

    MOO ...
    DB at some point had at least one job. Didn't she and Jeremy meet when she worked at Payless? I thought I heard that somewhere. Sorry don't have a link off hand.

    As far as not working, maybe she just wanted to a be stay at home mom. I didn't work for the most part before my kids started school. There was a time when I HAD to work, but when a had a spouse working, I stayed home. And yes, our income wasn't real great, but sometimes being with your kids is worth the financial loss. Or maybe DB is lazy. Who knows.


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    Quote Originally Posted by melissasmom View Post
    DB at some point had at least one job. Didn't she and Jeremy meet when she worked at Payless? I thought I heard that somewhere. Sorry don't have a link off hand.

    As far as not working, maybe she just wanted to a be stay at home mom. I didn't work for the most part before my kids started school. There was a time when I HAD to work, but when a had a spouse working, I stayed home. And yes, our income wasn't real great, but sometimes being with your kids is worth the financial loss. Or maybe DB is lazy. Who knows.

    Yes, you are correct -- I remember something about DB working at a place where she met JI.

    JMO ... but I don't see DB as wanting to be a "stay at home mom" -- remember that "adult time" statement ?

    MOO ...
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    I'm still undecided. I think DB has said and done things that are inconsistent and puts the focus on her, makes you shake your head and wonder WTH is going on, but one of the reasons I can't say 100% that it's because of guilt is because of who her attorney is and how he operates, believing that he isn't really in this to find Lisa.

    I don't know if what she does is due to guilt or bad advice. I know that it doesn't make it ok to take bad advice, it is her daughter and that should be first and foremost in her mind but I just can't decide if it proves guilt.

    I have a hard time getting past the intruder entering the house with lights on but again, can't say that it's 100% false because stranger things have happened.

    The one thing I do firmly believe is that LE didn't just decide to focus on DB just for the heck of it to be mean to them, or that they didn't want to look at anyone else but her. I firmly believe that LE's focus comes from inconsistencies that came from DB herself. LE doesn't have the luxury to just sit back and assume she's probably a nice person who wouldn't do such a thing, or try to decipher what they really might have meant when they say inconsistent things. They're going to keep the focus until they're convinced that they can move on. She wasn't helping them move on so the focus remained.

    JMHO


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    Quote Originally Posted by In da Middle View Post
    To me though, what they DIDN'T take is very important if talking a dead baby. No beds, no crib, no furniture, no flooring, no vehicles.............
    And...that is why I am very skeptical that they got a hit at all.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Meri View Post
    And...that is why I am very skeptical that they got a hit at all.
    I don't doubt that they got the hit they cited in their search warrant application. But we have no way to know what (if anything) subsequent testing of the item(s) showed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meri View Post
    And...that is why I am very skeptical that they got a hit at all.
    I don't think LE is in the habit of lying on affidavits. I think they got the hit. Now whether that hit was valid or not is up for debate. We really don't have much info one way or the other.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hambirg View Post
    I don't think LE is in the habit of lying on affidavits. I think they got the hit. Now whether that hit was valid or not is up for debate. We really don't have much info one way or the other.
    I think if it is important enough they certainly will. And, I don't blame them. Use whatever it takes as long as the focus is not just on one person and investigation carries on in other ways at the same time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hambirg View Post
    I don't think LE is in the habit of lying on affidavits. I think they got the hit. Now whether that hit was valid or not is up for debate. We really don't have much info one way or the other.
    BBM: So by this do you think LE would lie by ommission? Claiming one dog hit if there were multiple dog hits?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey2Me1MoThyme View Post
    BBM: So by this do you think LE would lie by ommission? Claiming one dog hit if there were multiple dog hits?
    I think LE is allowed to write affidavits in which they state only as much information as they need to get the warrant they search. Giving out too much information could affect the investigation negatively.

    That said, I thought the other dogs came in during the search and whether they hit or not it wouldn't have happened yet when the affidavit was written. It's not a lie not to be able to tell what's going to happen in the future.


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