Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Missing Baby Lisa: My View
According to Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley, it all started at the window...
When asked why she wouldn't talk to reporters, recently, Deborah Bradley said, "because we are grieving."
Really? Has somebody died?
So much has happened...so fast.
Cameras, reporters, cops, searchers and cadaver dogs.
What will come out of all of this?
I don't think that Baby Lisa Irwin is ever coming back. That will probably confuse or enrage some people when they read this post.
But I see lawyers pulling the wagons around in a strong, tight circle.
I see the cops chasing after a blurred image that was caught on a surveillance camera. And I also see Baby Lisa's parents, caught in a kind of choreography that whispers in the wind, around them: "Who is guilty...?"
What I don't hear is the truth about what happened. And I don't see a living, breathing Baby Lisa Irwin, anywhere.
Because Lisa is gone.
I think that the only thing that her family is going to be left with, if nobody talks, is cruel regret.
And I believe that regret, compared to a beautiful baby girl, is NEVER worth keeping.
[ABOVE: EDITED PHOTO OF BABY LISA RENEE IRWIN'S HAND PRINT]
[ABOVE: SOMEONE WHO WILL NEVER STOP WATCHING]
Ruthie In The Sky