Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Following The Money in Baby Lisa Case

Peter Hyatt wrote an excellent analysis on missing baby Lisa and her mother. Peter is an investigator with the State of Main and a premiere expert on statement analysis. Action, pattern of conduct, and behavior are all important factors in criminal cases. He writes a popular daily blog titled "www.Seamusoriley.blogspot.com covering many of the cases we see in the media.

"Statement Analysis is the scientific study of words seeking to discern truth from deception."

Deborah Bradley: Following the Money

1 month ago, 10 month old baby, Lisa Irwin was reported kidnapped by her parents.

Statement Analysis is one thing; money is another.

Statement Analysis concluded that:

Deborah Bradley was deceptive about what happened to Baby Lisa;
Lisa was never kidnapped.
Deborah Bradley has indicated that Lisa is dead.
Jeremy Bradley has been deceptive about what happened when he got home that night; covering for Deborah Bradley.
Jeremy Irwin has indicated that Lisa is dead.

They refused to allow the bedroom to be searched, but when it was, the odor of decomposition was there.

They refuse to be interviewed separately.

They have refused to have the boys interviewed, delaying until enough time has elapsed and the interviews so tainted that interviewing them would be meaningless.

They have reason to lie.
They have reason to not cooperate with police.
They have reason to hire defense attorneys. America gets this.

Follow the money.

If Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin received, for example, $250,000 in "licensing agreements", it would explain a lot. Remember another killer mom that received more than a quarter of a million dollars for a few photos of her child? Receiving a big payout would explain:

1. "Wild Bill" Stanton's sensitive response to media about the $100,000 "reward" in which media, sensing that he would not give a straight answer, asked him plainly and he said, if someone brings "that kid" here, the $100,000 would be given.

2. Why it is that a $750 per hour attorney would come across the country to be part of a small case.

3. Why Jeremy Irwin would need to no longer work, when just one month ago, he couldn't pay his cell phones bill.

4. Why local media is ignored in exchange for national media, even though they claim she was kidnapped meaning she would likely be local;

5. Why Halloween was filmed by Good Morning America's crew.

Follow the money.

Let's say that a major network paid $250,000 in licensing fees and the money is, today, in an escrow account, in trust, for Deborah Bradley's "defense" in a criminal case.

It is held "safely" for her, when needed and "if" someone would find "that kid" and "bring her here", the $100,000 would be "paid." By being able to prove that $100,000 can be produced, those who claimed that a reward exists are legally safe from fraudulently promoting a "reward money."

Still following the money?

$250,000 sits in escrow, waiting...

along with the promise of movie deals, book deals, "exclusives" and so on.

Question for Deborah Bradley to consider:

Is Deborah Bradley worth more money to her attorney free, or under arrest?

No arrest means no defense.

No need for defense means no money for a defense attorney.

Deborah Bradley is worth more arrested than she is walking free.

Deborah Bradley is worth more in a long, drawn out trial, including the pre trial motions, and the constant HLN round the clock coverage.

Deborah Bradley should carefully consider these things, as she listen to the advisors who have talked her out of interviews, searching, cooperation, interviewing the boys, and telling police what really happened to Lisa on that fateful night. Those who have sabotaged a near confession do so in order to profit from the case. If the case goes cold, given America's hatred of Deborah Bradley, she is not worth as much money as she would be in a Casey-like circus trial.

Deborah Bradley should carefully consider that she is worth more under arrest, to her "team" than she is if the case simply goes cold.

America does not feel sympathy for Deborah Bradley. Therefore, if Deborah Bradley can't be sold to the American people as a sympathetic mother, she will have to be sold as a villain. This may include Deborah in handcuffs.

Susan Murphy Milano is a staff member of the Institute for Relational Harm Reduction and Public Pathology Education as a educator and specialist with intimate partner violence prevention strategies directing prevention for high risk situations and cases.
A national trainer to law enforcement, training officers, prosecutors, judges, legislators, social service providers, healthcare professionals, victim advocates and the faith based community. In partnership with Management Resources Ltd. of New York addressing prevention and solutions within the community to the workplace.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Interesting observation. It seems as if the media sweeps in to "sell" potential victims or is simply "selling" murderers. What's wrong with this picture?

Who else are they "selling?"

Now it seems as if clothing similar to what is seen in a photo was located on a recent search. Wasn't that the case in Florida to "sell" the Casey Anthony sage?

And, Leonard Padilla-gasbag de jour-is bashing the New York gasbag for seeking attention. It takes on to know one.

They are concerned with the "case" going cold. Why? Unless, of course, they are hoping for another prime time trial where they can vote on the results and bash the jurors for doing what they thought was their duty.

It doesn't matter what the American public thinks of the mother. They still have to have evidence to convict her. That's the part many do not seem to "get."

I've noticed that the bloggers are even bashing the local newspapers for not jumping on board the hysteria train and working for the "gossip" oriented national outlets.

They may be disappointed in this case- not because she has a high profile lawyer- but because the community is much different that the last big "lynch mob" ratings builder.

It seems to me that the media outlets are the ones that profit the most from these things. Why not start looking at them in the "follow the money" analogy?

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