Discussion in 'Lisa Irwin' started by HatesSociopaths, Oct 25, 2011.
Would not surprise me one little bit.
Johnson County, Kansas is also middle initial M. Totally different birthdays, though.
JOCO, KS SB is on the website the Court's website. I don't know that she would have known to go to the JACO, MO website to see DB/JI marriage certificate to get his.
It would be an easy mistake to assume.
When I first read the article, I thought it was interesting because I knew that DB's family is in Independence. So, I immediately thought they were pretty dedicated to eachother for high school students. It's not that far but, when you're in high school that can feel like the other side of the universe. lol
Is the Examiner author local?
I know right! Even when you are two blocks away! lol
Donjetta, I don't know. I don't read The Examiner very often. It doesn't come to my town.
Yep, easy mistake. But, I was able to distinguish the two in casenet records a couple of weeks back, with very little effort (and I'm not an investigative reporter or guru, for sure). The article hasn't been retracted (yet). Interesting to see how this plays out.
P.s. If it is the wrong Sean Bradley and something as critical as the ID of the subject of interest wasn't checked, inexcusable (imo).
What a mess...The bio mom has not seen her 8 yr old in "years", either...What is wrong with these people?
The article leaves out important facts. Was anyone injured, was anyone even in the other car that he fired so many shots into, what was the disposition of the charges? If his PTSD is so severe to cause this ~ why hasn't he been disability discharged?
This poor piece creates more questions than stating facts. moo.
Are you able to find the drive by shooting incident on casenet? I can't. No saying it didn't happen, it's just odd that it's not on casenet.
Never saw anything like that, but of course I wasn't sleuthing him. :innocent:
I believe this was probably very bad reporting and mistaken identity. The article is still up however, so waiting to see. It did strike me as very odd that there were so few details in the story anyway.
I couldn't find it on CaseNet, either. I also checked Johnson County, KS just because. Nothing there.
I wonder if it would be municipal charges because it's unlawful discharge of a firearm w/ city limits.
I don't remember this at all and it allegedly happened right down the street.
Does WS consider the Examiner msm!?
It's a local "hometown" paper that serves Blue Springs, Independence, maybe some other places. It's not a gossip paper.
Yes, bit of a mystery. I didn't see anything about the incident related to anyone. The article doesn't say it was handled by military police or anything, so assuming it should be in the MO files if charges were indeed filed.
Gotta run for a bit. If I come back and the article gets retracted or is proven false and a Mod has deleted the article link post and subsequent posts, I'll know what happened!
DB's ex is easy to find on social media as he list some of DB's relatives as his "friends." I get the distinct impression that the Examiner is wrong, again. DB's ex is from Independence and may currently reside in Kansas City. He may have been deployed or out of town but it looks like he is still active Army.
Think you're talking about http://www.examiner.net/
This is examiner.com
It is, I was wrong!! Thanks for the correction! :seeya:
I think they only accept examiner when it has that specific author? I am new, but I remember seeing somewhere that she was a welcomed contributor. Her name is unique, so it stood out to me.
Donjeta, here's the same article from the Examiner.net The local newspaper, not the other one.
"A Johnson County, Kan., man has been charged in a drive by shooting in Lees Summit.
Sean M. Bradley, 23, of Overland Park, was charged with unlawful use of a weapon after knowingly shooting a firearm at another motor vehicle within the city limits of Lees Summit."
It makes things sad for the children. For what ever reason a birth mom and a birth dad couldn't work things out for visiting their children. Those of us who see our children every day find it unimaginable.