The aunt of a missing 10-month-old Missouri girl said Tuesday that the baby’s mother is preparing to be arrested in connection with her daughter’s disappearance because the police have no other leads and “they have to pin it on somebody.”
In an interview on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Ashley Irwin stated that she believed Deborah Bradley’s arrest was inevitable, even though “there’s no doubt in my mind” that she is innocent of any involvement with Lisa Irwin’s disappearance.
Wearing what one attorney described as an “elaborate disguise,” Casey Anthony attended a videotaped deposition Saturday in the civil defamation lawsuit filed against her by Zenaida Gonzalez.
While Anthony did appear via video from an undisclosed location somewhere in Florida, she did not answer many of the questions posed to her by Gonzalez’s attorneys. In response to most inquiries, her attorney invoked her Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.
Jurors at Conrad Murray’s trial are expected to hear his version of the events surrounding Michael Jackson’s death in his own words for the first time Friday when his police interview is introduced into evidence in court.
Media reports indicate that one of the detectives who questioned Murray on June 27, 2009—two days after Jackson’s death—could be called to the witness stand Friday to testify about the interview. Some details of Murray’s statements have been revealed in previous hearings, but the full two-hour recording has never been released.
The parents of a missing 10-month-old girl are denying claims by police that they have stopped cooperating with investigators.
“We just want to make sure that we tell everybody that we’re still cooperating,” Jeremy Irwin said on NBC’s “Today Show” Friday. “We’re still talking to the police. We’re doing everything we can to try to find Lisa and bring her home.”
A coroner’s office investigator denied a defense allegation that she made a “substantial number of mistakes” while collecting and recording evidence from Michael Jackson’s house after his death.
Los Angeles Coroner’s Office investigator Elissa Fleak began the day Thursday at Conrad Murray’s trial by continuing to identify pieces of evidence collected from Jackson’s home. She also testified that medical records provided by Murray regarding his treatment of Jackson did not include anything about the day he died or the prior three months.
The search for a missing 10-month-old girl in Kansas City entered its second day Wednesday as detectives tried to determine what the next steps in their investigation would be.
According to her parents, Lisa Irwin was last seen asleep in her crib around 10:30 pm Monday. She was gone when her father returned from work at 4:00 am Tuesday. An Amber Alert for Irwin was issued Tuesday morning, but it was cancelled later in the day because police say the system is primarily designed to raise public awareness early in a missing child case.
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