Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Baby Lisa's parents are avoiding our questions, say police as FAA halts flights near search - 19th Oct 2011

The high-powered New York lawyer hired by an anonymous donor to represent the parents of missing baby Lisa Irwin gave an interview this morning, alongside the family's private investigator, to tout the couple's innocence in spite of recent claims that the mother may have been blackout drunk on the night of the 10-month-old's disappearance.

Federal aviation officials have also stepped into the search, by temporarily restricting flights that go over a wooded area near the Missouri couple's home, where authorities are now searching for the fourth time in hope of clues.

The flight restrictions were announced Tuesday and, according to NBC News, they are in effect 'to provide a safe environment for law enforcement'. The restricted area is 1500 feet above and two nautical miles surrounding the wooded area. Read More

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