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Kansas City, Missouri / Baby Lisa Disappearance #1005601

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 24, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Grainy surveillance video pertaining to the disappearance of baby Lisa Irwin noted.

(Kansas City: Sandra Endo) The changing family stories about the baby examined; surveillance videos of the mother shopping without the baby and from a gas station showing a man walking at night shown. [Father Jeremy IRWIN - recounts what happened.] [Mother Deborah BRADLEY - admits to be being drunk; pleads for her daughter's return.] [Parents' lawyer Cyndy SHORT†- says the family has cooperated.] A look inside the Irwin home shown. [Police department Capt. Steve YOUNG†- comments on the case.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Irwin team private investigator Bill Stanton about the case. [STANTON - comments on the gas station surveillance video, the cadaver dog evidence, the police department and his view the baby is alive.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Endo, Sandra

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