Saturday, November 19, 2011

For The Sake Of One Who Is Still Lost

11/19/11: MISSING BABIES: AN EXCELLENT COMPARISON

"People are good actors when they have something to cover up."--A commenter who is following this story.



Rebekah Worsham, wrote the following article about "The Casey Effect." I agree with her observations. And I, unfortunately, believe that she is right. As I pointed out in response to her article, I believe that the term "The Casey Effect" might be used more than once in the years to come.

I pictured a mother, watching TV and suddenly seeing the commercial answer to her "chained to her child" problem:

Commercial rolls while mom sits on the couch, folding laundry while her kid screams from another room.

"Mom, are you tired of your child? Are you sick of dealing with that child's runny nose, messy mealtimes and embarrassing behavior in Wal-Mart?"

Mom, drops the toddler t-shirt out of her hands and stares at the TV screen.

"Well, we have the answer to your problem and it is outlined in a new guide: 'The Casey Effect: 25 Foolproof Ways To Kill Your Child And Never Go To Jail.'"

Mom picks up the remote and turns up the volume on the TV with a shaking hand.

"For just four payments of twenty-five dollars (plus shipping and handling), you will regain your freedom...just like Casey Anthony did."

Mom starts breathing hard as she writes down the order number and fumbles for her credit card.

In the background, the two-year-old girl cries out for the tenth time, "Mommeeee...no more nap...want you...Mommeeee...want YOU!"

Think about it. And then ask yourself, WHERE IS THE SANCTITY OF THE FAMILY UNIT GOING IN THE UNITED STATES?

WHERE?
11/16/11: THE EXAMINER: "THE CASEY EFFECT"

11/15/11: THE EXAMINER: EMERGENCY CUSTODY OF BABY LISA'S BROTHER REQUESTED BY MOM



Isabelle Zehnder posted a great article today that includes what may be the PERSONALITY PROFILE of who took Baby Lisa Irwin.

Don't think that just because I posted the three videos of attorney John Picerno, that I believe that Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin are innocent. There are too many loose ends left, drifting like the strings on Baby Lisa's birthday balloons, for me to exclude
Bradley and Irwin's possible guilt.

Baby Lisa is still gone.

So what if cakes were baked and balloons were released. Big deal. THE BABY IS STILL MISSING!

Baked goods and helium are NOT what's needed now. WHAT IS NEEDED NOW IS FOR LISA'S PARENTS TO FULLY COOPERATE AND GO BACK IN AND TALK TO LAW ENFORCEMENT. AND IF LAW ENFORCEMENT WANTS TO TALK WITH THEM SEPARATELY, SO BE IT.

Who cares about the lawyers?

Bradley and Irwin don't need protection, Baby Lisa does!

Whether she is still alive or is just a pile of remains now...the essence of that child is what is important here. So if the cops just want to talk to Irwin and Bradley, one more time, then I think that those two smug snivelers ought to go ahead and do it!

Isn't their baby worth that much in their own eyes?

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People filled-up Lisa Renee Irwin's Facebook page with photographs of homemade cakes, yesterday. They celebrated Lisa Irwin's first birthday. But that doesn't mean that Lisa, herself, did.

It bothers me that total strangers decided to participate in a sort of macabre bake-off. It appeared to me like they were trying to soothe their own conscience by adding candy sprinkles and pink icing to Lisa Irwin's present situation. They didn't do it for Lisa, they did it for themselves.

That confection collection on Facebook didn't bring Lisa back out of the shadows. It didn't loosen a tongue. It didn't elicit a confession. It didn't really make any difference, at all.

The only person who COULD have made a difference...never said a word.

Remember this: It's one thing to write, "Come Home, Lisa" on a cake. It's quite another thing to actually bring her back.

Keep your focus, people!

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