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LIVE MSM COVERAGE on BABY LISA - 22-23 OCTOBER 2011

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  1. dog.gone.cute

    dog.gone.cute Kyron Horman - Missing Since 6-4-10

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    Good Morning !

    I started a thread for this weekend's coverage October 22-23, 2011.

    GMA on now ... will post link when available.

    May today be the day Baby Lisa is found !

    :praying:
     
  2. Wishbone

    Wishbone Active Member

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    Judge Jeanine Pirro Is Live in Kansas City, Missouri With the Latest on Baby Lisa Irwin


    The search for Baby Lisa continues and Judge Jeanine Pirro is live at the crime scene with insight, analysis and the latest in the investigation.

    Plus, body language expert Tonya Reiman looks at Baby Lisa’s parents and reveals what they aren’t telling.

    Catch a must-see Justice with Judge Jeanine, tonight at 9p ET.

    http://foxnewsinsider.com/2011/10/2...paign=Feed:+FoxNewsInsider+(Fox+News+Insider)
     
  3. dog.gone.cute

    dog.gone.cute Kyron Horman - Missing Since 6-4-10

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    The Today Show :

    Covering what happened yesterday with HRD dogs ...

    Re-showing the video of DB being asked about being "drunk" that night ...


    Bill Stanton on now ...
     
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    Rallihanna New Member

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    I hope they can do another search... I'm thinking they need to go back to the landfill unfortunately :(
     
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    curiousc New Member

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    http://www.delcotimes.com/articles/2011/10/06/news/doc4e8d126a97a3c717320879.txt
    Cop Shop: Relatives pray for missing Missouri girl

    Found this a tiny bit interesting:

     
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    ela_ss teacher New Member

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  7. dog.gone.cute

    dog.gone.cute Kyron Horman - Missing Since 6-4-10

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    Link for video from the Today Show -- Saturday 10-22-11


    http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/26184891/vp/44997964#44997964


    Bill Stanton was interviewed ... the "usual spin" by BS ...

    Questioning the HRD dogs ... look at the "facts" ... look at the "sightings" ... BS is spinning as usual ...

    MOO ...
     
  8. mysteriew

    mysteriew A diamond in process

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    Very interesting. I noticed there were no direct quotes from that part of the extended family. Only a mention that they are related. The article was written 10-6 so very soon after the disappearance. I do find it odd that the relatives don't have anything to say.
     
  9. matou

    matou #los2188

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    The lawyer tries to explain the cadaver dog hit:
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/natio...il-disturbed/2011/10/22/gIQA30xd5L_story.html

    I'm sure our experts on here could argue that.
     
  10. Donjeta

    Donjeta Adji Desir, missing from Florida

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    Bill Stanton says the questions he has include, "is the dog trained" :rolleyes:

    What do you reckon are the chances that FBI took an untrained dog there and just called it a "cadaver dog"?
     
  11. Insomnia Momma

    Insomnia Momma If not supported by a link it's just what I think!

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    Insomnia Momma If not supported by a link it's just what I think!

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    Oh sure, the FBI regularly brings in untrained dogs to investigations! You know, I thought of offering them my mutt from the pound... What a joke! :rolleyes:

    ETA: I guess we can see which way the benefactor wants to go in prolonging the story. So much for just finding the "truth" whichever way that will take him, huh?
     
  13. stilettos

    stilettos Former Member

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    Nothing personal...but does Bill think all of America including the FBI are moronic imbeciles? Come on Bill...you gotta come up with something better than that.
     
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    JeannaT Former Member

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    I'm sure he didn't mean they just grabbed some dog out of the pound and paraded it through the house, but rather, what type of training the dog had and how skilled the dog is. What history the dog has of being right almost all the time. (Again, in any study I've read in the last years, the dogs can be right ALMOST all the time, with 94% apparently being a very good score, indicating a very skilled dog. These are dogs who hit on known decomp sites, i couldn't find a study for dogs who falsely hit on sites known not to be contaminated. Which would have been more interesting here.)

    I think the dogs they used to search for Jessica Lunsford were probably highly trained, but they couldn't track her, nor could the dogs tracking Laci Peterson hit on places where she was known to have been recently. Dogs couldn't track little Skylar (i forget last name, wandered off in the middle of the night from the tent).

    I'm just curious. Did more than one dog hit, for example?
     
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    JeannaT Former Member

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    Bill has probably seen and followed lots of cases where the dogs failed to detect trails or decomp. Anyone who follows these cases has seen cases of unbelievable skill, and baffling cases where it's not clear why the dogs couldn't sniff out the evidence.
     
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    Mountain_Kat Heca, firimar!

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    <snipped by me>

    &#8220;There&#8217;s really no scenario where this baby, God forbid she was dead, would have decomposed in that short a period of time,&#8221; Tacopina told The Associated Press in a telephone interview Friday night.

    Interesting, because from everything I've read, chemical changes begin to occur in the body the moment the heart stops beating. But setting that aside...I'd sure like to know what Tacopina knows, that we don't know, that indicates to him that this was a "short period of time". Is 6 hours a short period of time, in his opinion? Assuming, of course, that the neighbor did see Lisa alive?
     
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    Odd, teh says the questions she has include "is BS trained".
     
  18. BetteDavisEyes

    BetteDavisEyes All the boys think she's a spy...

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    There hasn't been an arrest yet or charges filed in the disappearance of Baby Lisa, but JT and BS are he!!-bent on "defending" their clients: Attack the investigation, accuse LE of shoddy police work and untrained search dogs, yada...yada...yada. Oh, and have your client admit that she was drinking to the point of (possibly) blacking out. No body, no case. Horse hash, all of it. Someone get me a barf bag, please :sick:
     
  19. Mountain_Kat

    Mountain_Kat Heca, firimar!

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    Also..."cadaver" does not = "rotting corpse", Joe. I may be an "untrained FBI cadaver dog", but even I can tell you that much.

    Signed, Mountain Kat's black lab.
     
  20. curiositycat

    curiositycat The one thing that doesn't abide by majority rule

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    I look at it this way, she failed the polygraph. According to Megyn Kelly on Fox, she followed up on that with LE and was told not only did she fail, but she "failed miserably."

    Now we have a hit in her bedroom by a cadaver dog.

    MOO the writing is on the wall here.

    It reminds me of the old saying, "For those who believe no proof is necessary, for those who don't believe no proof is enough."

    They can keep spinning, but I have not heard one bit of proof that BS or anyone else has that can convince me that these parents are NOT responsible for the death of Baby Lisa.


    JMOO
     
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