She said the nature of the investigation hasn’t changed, and that police continue to search for the baby.
Graves said up to 50 detectives continue to work on the case and that there are no suspects.
“Despite those concerns, detectives did admit each search done had recovered evidence helpful to the investigation.
Police have not said what evidence they found.”
The Kansas City Police Department is still actively searching for missing baby Lisa Irwin, authorities said Friday.
But are they boots to the ground in the other wooded areas? hmmmm…nope.
According to the report, Lisa’s half brothers still have not been in to give DNA and a second interview.
Police can use familial DNA if they absolutely have to, and it’s sad to think they’d have to go in for another round of “forensic interviewing” since the whole idea of a child specialist doing that only once is the goal so they’re not traumatize more than once…even if they tout they “child friendly” atmosphere, you could still mess with their heads if you questioned them at a McDonald’s play land.
Since we haven’t heard from Rasleen Raim’s attorney or any more from Sean Bradley, I’m concerned they’re not taking action of any kind.
They have every right to say no to the DNA swab, say no to the extra interrogation, and to ask for temporary custody at the least since by Deborah Bradley’s own admission…she drinks a few times a week and was drunk the night Lisa vanished.
Jeremy Irwin leaving his and Rasleen Raim’s child in common with an impaired ‘baby sitter’ is usually frowned upon by the courts.