Kansas City lawyer leaves missing baby case
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - October 28, 2011 (WPVI) -- The Kansas City lawyer for the family of a 10-month-old baby reported missing more than three weeks ago says she's no longer involved in the case.
Cyndy Short said in a brief statement Friday that she is not working as local counsel for the family of Lisa Irwin, whose parents reported her missing Oct. 4
The family's other attorney, Joe Tacopina of New York, did not immediately respond to phone or emails seeking comment about Short's involvement with the case.
Earlier Friday, police said Tacopina called investigators to say he wanted to reschedule a second round of questioning of the baby's older brothers until next week. Those interviews had been scheduled for Friday. Short earlier indicated those interviews would proceed.
Police say they have no suspects in Lisa's disappearance.
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