MO - Lisa Irwin, 10 months, Kansas City, 4 Oct 2011 - #11

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  1. gliving

    gliving Just the facts, ma'am

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    We could add in Whiteman Air Force Base MO and stretch it for Fort Riley KS.

    ETA Forbes Field Air Force Base Topeka KS
     
  2. lauriej

    lauriej 'wild rose country...'

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    Celeste New Member

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    Your screen name is making me hungry.
    Man, could I stand some chile con queso right about now.
     
  4. mrye4709

    mrye4709 New Member

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    I think there is an Air Force base close, not sure.
    The call or text seems to be a rumor so far.
    Nothing came of the man carrying a baby.
     
  5. kmartin96

    kmartin96 Member since 2008

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    Or, it could be an indicator that the scent was not from a stranger, but someone who belonged there.
     
  6. luckyme

    luckyme New Member

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    Tomorrow will be 7 days! :(
     
  7. chieftess

    chieftess New Member

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    Thanks!
    In using the case kmartin is referencing, that is what I was trying to put together in my head. If the dogs can pick up a strange scent, then why was none found outside baby Lisa's home.
    Of course, that question has a couple of different answers.
     
  8. lauriej

    lauriej 'wild rose country...'

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    ..the initials of the 'soon-to-be-X' are SB though. ..(their 5 year old son is MB.)
     
  9. Snowbunny

    Snowbunny New Member

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    I believe the AFB is Whiteman AFB but I'm not sure if it is still open. I retired from the USAF back in 1994 so that was a long time ago and haven't kept up with things.
     
  10. kmartin96

    kmartin96 Member since 2008

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    Exactly!
     
  11. norest4thewicked

    norest4thewicked Verified Expert

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    Whiteman AFB is less than 100 miles from KC.
     
  12. Lavanda Dolce

    Lavanda Dolce Former Member

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    Depends on what kind of dog is used. If it is a cadaver dog they will find and follow scent of a deceased person. If the PD used strictly cadaver dogs (which is what most PD Departments use in cases as this) and the dog did not pick up a scent...that gives likely hope child is alive. If a dog that trails scents picking up one at the window and then follows it...that would give an indication of where the person went or how long the dog could track the scent. Again..at this point no scent was picked up for either.
     
  13. JeannieC

    JeannieC New Member

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    There are three military bases in Mo. Two are very close.

    http://militarybases.com/missouri/
     
  14. Snowbunny

    Snowbunny New Member

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    Whiteman AFB is located 70 miles east-southeast of Kansas City.
     
  15. norest4thewicked

    norest4thewicked Verified Expert

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    Her ex-husbands initials are SB.
     
  16. norest4thewicked

    norest4thewicked Verified Expert

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    Ft. Leavenworth in Kansas is the closest of them all...
     
  17. panthera

    panthera Retired WS Staff

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    On Judge Pirro's program last night, Capt. Young could not comment on the alleged phone call.
     
  18. mrye4709

    mrye4709 New Member

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    You know, she is a little to old to pass off for a baby born while someone was deployed (even if deployed a year, they would have been 7 mths along), but what if a gf of a soldier is trying to get her bf back and claiming they have a child together? I know some military are due back within days, as my SIL is one of them. Possible?
     
  19. Snowbunny

    Snowbunny New Member

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    KS is right there also and I believe they have military installations in that state as well.
     
  20. neesaki

    neesaki Well-Known Member

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    http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/justic...list_id=163706

    In this interview, watching DB, she breaks down when she mentions the computer room window left open, which seems like genuine guilt and regret. She also breaks down when they find Lisa isn't in her crib. I don't know, it appears real to me. I guess what I'm saying, is that her emotional reactions seem to be appropriate for what they have said happened, thus lending their story credibility. I'm beginning to think that JB is just very stoic and is very uncomfortable displaying emotions, especially on national TV. JMO
     
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