Friday, October 28, 2011
What happened to baby Lisa?
Mom Deborah Bradley's story has changed numerous times as to what she believes happens to her baby girl. She says that around 6:30pm she put Lisa Irwin to bed, then checked on her a few hours later. The story then changed to about an hour after putting her to bed. When Lisa's father, Jeremy Irwin, came home from work at 4:30am that morning, he found his daughter gone. In an interview with Megyn Kelly a few weeks ago, the baby's mother admitted that she had been drinking the night Lisa disappeared. With a friend, she drank at least four glasses of wine and "may have" blacked out as a result. This coming after Deborah Bradley miserably failed the polygraph test performed by police soon after Lisa was reported missing. Lisa's parents believe someone broke into their home and abducted their baby.
Lisa's parents have done numerous interviews, and while police are still searching for her, they have questioned Lisa's parents. Experts in dealing with children have also questioned Lisa's two young brothers. An additional interview with the two young boys was scheduled, and then this morning was cancelled. Video footage of a man possibly carrying a baby while emerging from the woods near the Irwin family's home was found as well. This man was spotted three times that night, twice appearing to be carrying a baby that matches Lisa's description.
This beautiful baby will turn one year old on November 11th. Hopes are high that she will be found alive before that. However, as the days that Lisa has been missing increase, it is sadly looking like that is less likely to happen. This is yet another example of parents not properly caring for their children. While responsible for three young children, Lisa's mother should not have been drinking at all, much less been getting drunk. The example of the American family has been so damaged by those who oppose it, it barely even exists anymore. Parents should be responsibly caring for their children, not drinking to the point that they black out. The traditional American family needs to be strengthened or this country will continue to go downhill. When people continue to be irresponsible in caring for their children, this sort of thing will happen more often and the entire nation will suffer the consequences of it.
This is a step away from what I normally write about. I feel that it is important, though, to realize the things that are going on aside from politics as well. These are real-world happenings that are damaging our society. If we do not work together to stop them, nothing will change and very soon, the American family will be a symbol of the past. We must stop that from happening.