Baby Lisa Irwin Missing: Lawyer Says Phone Call Proves Parents Innocent (VIDEO)

Lawyers for the parents of missing baby Lisa Irwin have claimed there is evidence proving they had nothing to do with their daughter’s disappearance.

 Baby Lisa Irwin Missing: Lawyer Says Phone Call Proves Parents Innocent

Lawyers have said a phone call from a family cell phone reportedly stolen the night baby Lisa disappeared proves that they had nothing to do with the incident.

Attorney John Picerno has said the cell phone was used at 11.57 p.m. Oct. 3 to call someone neither parent knows.

He said, “What it tells you is our clients are telling the truth. The caller never did reach the woman but a record of the call was logged.”

The woman, identified as Megan Wright, has said she cannot explain the call.

In a news conference last week, Picerno told reporters that police view the parents of the missing Kansas City MO girl as suspects. They also denied reports that their clients have not cooperated in the investigation.

“This bit about no cooperation is just fantasy,” said Kansas City based attorney, John Picerno.

According to Picerno, the parents met on Oct.4, 6, and 8, for multiple hours of questioning on each occasion.

Picerno claimed that during the last interview on Oct. 8, the questioning turned “nasty.” Picerno indicated unwillingness to subject the parents to more questioning by investigators, stating:

“They can fax me, email Joe or myself any question they may have, and we’ll answer it, but what we’re not going to do is let our clients be subjected to interrogation techniques.”

Was this article helpful?

Want more articles like this?

Help keep The Christian Post free for everyone by making a one-time donation today.

We’re sorry to hear that.

Hope you’ll give us another try and check out some other articles. Return to homepage.

Free Religious Freedom Updates

Join thousands of others to get the FREEDOM POST newsletter for free, sent twice a week from The Christian Post.

Most Popular

Free Religious Freedom Updates

A religious liberty newsletter that is a must-read for people of faith.

More Articles