It’s been 10 days since the couple have answered police questions on “things that we believe only they would know about,” he said.
Much attention has focused on a rash of recent TV interviews the parents have given in which Ms. Bradley admitted she had consumed several glasses of wine the night that Lisa disappeared. She also told NBC that she did not see the baby after putting her to bed at about 6:40 p.m. — roughly four hours earlier than the time she originally gave police. She didn’t explain the difference.
Ms. Bradley has said she expects to be arrested in her baby’s disappearance.
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