Interviews Lisa's Parents Good Morning America, Fox, The Today Show 10/17/2011 #2

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  1. katydid23

    katydid23 Well-Known Member

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    I think she does have a drinking problem, and here is why. She had a 10 month old, sick baby. She even said herself that the child was very fussy from her cold, so she put her in the crib at 6:40. And now, by her own admission, she did NOT check on her again after that, as she once claimed.

    So she puts a sick infant into her crib, and then goes and drinks 5 to 10 glasses of wine and ignores the child completely. That tells me that she had a drinking problem because she let her drinking get in the way of the welfare of her children.

    ETA: and her flippant answer, that ' the child was sleeping so she deserves her grown up time' is more evidence of her problem. Any sober parent knows that just because you put a child in their crib or their bed, it does NOT mean they are 'sleeping.' Any number of small problems and emergencies can happen during that time.
     


  2. lonetraveler

    lonetraveler Crime Addict

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    I didn't catch every word she said regarding that question either. I hope to re-watch this asap.
     
  3. Leila

    Leila Active Member

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    I thought it was just the one neighbor. I've been on the fence in regards to the guilt of DB, but after watching the two interviews, and especially the one with Megan Kelly, I'm really leaning towards DB being guilty. The story changing is a real problem. Now, with LE searching the neighbor's house and carrying out "evidence", the pieces of the puzzle are beginning to come together.
     
  4. Kat

    Kat Kind words do not cost much

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    I remember that tiredblondy. I did too, I grew up with one until I was 14 and she drank herself to death.

    But that's beside the point, the point is can we be sure that she is an alcoholic? If not, should we be calling her one?

    No offense taken :). Just not sure she is one from what I've seen, calling someone an alcoholic is pretty serious if they aren't. Just trying to stay objective on as much as I can and Deborah is making it very difficult today. Very.

    :) JMHO
     
  5. Curious Me

    Curious Me Who When Where What Why & How

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    MK showing the dog's yard coming clear up to a chain link fence near the window. Plus there's also a noisy dog next door. The window is the staged part, IMO.
     
  6. dunlurken

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    So, was there a PC? Sorry for chiming back in late, but real life keeps calling. Last I heard this morning it was scheduled for 1:00 p.m. Did it happen. TIA anyone.
     
  7. Abby Normal

    Abby Normal Inactive

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    weight is not the only factor in how your body processes alcohol. There is also biochemical and genetic factors at play. I can easily out drink my husband who weighs 80 lbs more than me and is a whole foot taller than me.
     
  8. mck16

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    MK also just said that LE believes the intruder came in thru the window. fyi
     
  9. kantoo

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    red wine goblet.

    yes it could probably double as a vase....:crazy:
     
  10. dunlurken

    dunlurken New Member

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    I don't think that's possible. LE always baffles me.

    Re. the timeline.... obviously DB doesn't know/realize how important a timeline is.
     
  11. Murphismo

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    anyone have a link for the pressr, the one on the thread is not working?
     
  12. AnaTeresa

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    She did say she was taking anxiety medication. A few friends who have taken various medications for anxiety or depression have noticed that it severely impacted their ability to metabolize alcohol, caused "blackouts" in which they were still awake and interacting with others, but were essentially sleepwalking, and caused significant changes in behavior, for example a friend who was generally very mellow drinking became manic.

    I don't think we have enough information at this time to determine if she's being truthful or not. There are so many variables - what medication is she taking? How long has she been taking it? Has she recently switched medications, dosages, or dosage time? What type of alcohol has she drank before? Has she drank to excess before? Has she changed her diet, exercise, or sleep schedule? Does she have any other underlying medical conditions?

    There's so many things that we don't know at this point, I don't think we can really conclude anything at this point about the drinking.
     
  13. tiredblondy

    tiredblondy Well-Known Member

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    Maybe that's why they disappeared???????
     
  14. yllek

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    Debbi Bradley said herself that she was drunk. Whatever glasses she was drinking from, she claims she had between 5 and 10 of them - which made her drunk. She claims herself she drank enough that she could have blacked out.

    So, unless you believe she was sober and is claiming to be drunk as a defense, she was drunk. It came straight from the horse's mouth - not any judgment made by folks here calculated by type of glass.

    JMO...
     
  15. Wise Old Owl

    Wise Old Owl Retired WS Staff & Founding member of AFKBPOFPOPL

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    Ah - new about the cell phones.

    Megyn asked both parents if they called the cells to see if anyone answered and they said "no"!

    Now going on about the restricted stuff.
     
  16. mck16

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    I am gonna drink wine with you. lol :)
     
  17. Patty G

    Patty G Retired WS Staff

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    IMO, it appears that there is a fence that goes all the way to the front side of the property, of which, gives the Irwin dog FREE ACCESS to check out what is happening in the front of the house. This is HUGH in my book because they said the dog couldn't see the front of the house.

    This info will be in the last video from FOX when they put it up.
     
  18. dunlurken

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    Bumping your question. I'd like to know the answer as well.
     
  19. epiphany

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    M Kelly: is it true that u never want to move back in ur house?
    Mom: i don't; i want her stuff...
    Dad: i do
     
  20. kantoo

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    Megan asked if she drank anything else, like vodka. she said no
     
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