Accusations by KCPD (through spokesman Capt. Steve Young) of parents not cooperating are fantasy, per attorney Picerno.
“They’ve been interviewed, slash, interrogated in excess of 30 hours on five different occasions,” Picerno said. “We’re not going to allow our clients to be subjected to interrogation techniques.”
And in the future, should a baby or child go missing in the KC area, ya think anyone’s going to go in to talk to detectives after all this BS they’ve done to these parents?
Brothers’ interviews went well per Picerno. Delays were due to the availability of FBI’s paid child forensic interrogator.
“We agreed on Nov. 1 that the boys would be reinterviewed. We set some ground rules: that the entire thing should be videotaped. It was the FBI that asked us to wait for the interview.”
“…what we’re not going to do is let our clients be subjected to interrogation techniques,” Picerno said.”
And…if you haven’t read this yet:
Shining the Bright Light on Police Interrogation in America