Authorities in the disappearance of baby Lisa case are now looking into questioning the girl's older brothers, ages 6 and 8, to try to get to the bottom of what exactly happened the night she vanished.
After the Irwin family failed to cooperate properly with police, Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin have given the okay to let the boys be interviewed.
The attorney for Deborah and Jeremy has said that they are willing to cooperate with authorities:
"as long as the investigators doing the questioning are ones who have not previously determined guilty before having a stitch of evidence. We want a fair investigation."
The two boys were allegedly sleeping in the same bed with Deborah the night Lisa went missing. She was reported missing after Jeremy returned home from a shift at work and found the front door unlocked. Lisa was gone. Deborah had told police that the last time she saw Lisa was when she put her to bed at 6:30 pm and then drank until she was "drunk" with a friend.
Here's hoping that by interviewing the boys, police will receive new clues to this case. There are so many holes to this case, we just want to have answers. Time is running out.
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