Lisa’s Parents Talk to Dr. Phil, But There’s Little New to Say

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Debbie Bradley and Jeremy Irwin, the parents of missing Baby Lisa, appeared on the Dr. Phil show on Friday, but their interview revealed little more than what has already been said.

Bradley and Irwin, along with their attorney, Joe Tacopina, stated that police and much of the public have treated them unfairly, especially on the internet. They said they believe their daughter is still out there somewhere and accused police of narrowly focusing their attention on Bradley and Irwin as suspects, ignoring other viable theories.

Debbie Bradley sobbed as Dr. Phil showed newborn pictures of Lisa.

Debbie Bradley also told Dr. Phil she and Jeremy haven't spoken out until now because they wanted police to be able to investigate all leads and for things to quiet down.

Click her for past stories on the search for Lisa Irwin.

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