Someone is Lying in the Baby Lisa Case

by on March 7th, 2011
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I sit here and honestly, I was just shaking my head, I am almost at a loss for words. I have seen people,go on television and lie, but Joe Tacopina, he evidently has a real problem with the truth.

Joe Tacopina was on Good Morning America, and he was asked if the two brothers were going to be interviewed. This was his reply,”Absolutely. There was never an issue. Some of the logistics were an issue. I’ve been reading and hearing a lot of things that have been reported about cancellations of meetings and such. It’s been wildly inaccurate, a lot of this stuff,”

Let us go back to Friday, And See What The Police Said

New York lawyer Joe Tacopina called off the interviews, but did not give a reason, said Darin Snapp , a spokesman for the Kansas City Police Department . Tacopina said he would contact police next week to reschedule, Snapp said. Hmmm, it does not seem to be wildly inaccurate Joe.

Another Reason Joe Needs To Keep Notes Of What Has Been Said

This is Joe, again on Good Morning America, this morning,

The attorney for baby Lisa Irwin’s parents said on Monday that his clients are fully cooperating in the search for their missing 11-month-old daughter and the public fails to realize it. Attorney Joe Tacopina said the family will continue to cooperate with authorities and that they have been compliant from the beginning of the investigation.

If He Were Pinocchio, His Nose Would Be In Texas,Lets See What The Police Are Saying

Oct 25,2011 Investigators want the parents of missing 11-month-old Lisa Irwin to submit to separate interviews and answer a list of “tough questions” that detectives “need answered.” “We need them to sit down apart from each other, with detectives, and answer the tough questions detectives have for them concerning what they may or may not know about anything, who came and went [the night Lisa disappeared],” Young told ABCNews.com. “There’s a whole list of things that they may know.” Young said he is “not disputing” family attorney Joe Tacopina that the family has cooperated and answered other questions, such as specific questions regarding tips and leads. But that is not sufficient, he said. “The bottom line is detectives need to sit down with them unrestricted and they need to answer questions that we need answered,” he said. Again, Joecchio, what do we not understand?

Thank Goodness, This Is The Last One

Joeoccio
“One of the issues I’m having right now with the way this case has been handled is we’re playing a little too much, with all due respect to you all, to the media. This is a search for an 11-month-old missing baby. We have two parents who are absolutely devastated and grieving. To me, notifying the press every time we have a meeting set up is not something I think is advantageous to either side or this investigation,” Tacopina said.

The parents are grieving, well might it be that they could be helping police, because if the baby were kidnapped, time would be of the utmost importance. As we can see from the examples above, they have been doing anything but cooperating.

To Show Just What Is Going On Here

To show who is really important to you Joe, you did not even mention the baby until the last paragraph, and then you did not even call her by her name. If that is not pathetic, nothing is.

Your out to save your clients fanny and I do not think all your tricks are going to work. You really failed to live up to your reputation. You should stay out of the spotlight until you get someone to fill you in on what has been going on.


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