Baby Lisa, the Kansas City child who mysteriously went missing from her home in 2011, may be the gypsy girl that authorities discovered in Greece last week, or at least this is what her parents believe. According to Kansas City.com on Oct. 22, authorities in Greece believe that the blonde haired gypsy girl is too old to be Baby Lisa, but they are willing to go along with the inquiries from the FBI never the less.
“Fox and Friends” live on Wednesday morning said that missing Lisa would be at least two years younger than what the authorities in Greece are speculating the gypsy girl's age to be. While the parents convey that they are aware of the age discrepancy, they want to go ahead with the investigation.
We are “trying not to get our hopes up,” said Deborah Bradley, the mother of Baby Lisa. As Gretchen Carlson suggested on Fox News live on Tuesday, there is always a chance that the authorities could be mistaken with the age.
What is promising is the computer generated age enhancement image of Baby Lisa and its uncanny resemblance to the “Blonde Angel,” the gypsy girl in Greece. A video of the child has surfaced from a few years back showing the gypsy girl with reddish-brown hair, the same color of Baby Lisa’s hair.
The little gypsy girl has green eyes, as does Baby Lisa. It appears that the DNA comparison of Baby Lisa and the gypsy girl in Greece will take place and it is just a matter of time before the parents of Baby Lisa find out if this is a match.
The gypsy girl was found living in a Roma gypsy compound in Greek recently when Greek authorities raided the compound for drugs. The girl, who was hiding under a blanket when police found her, did not resemble the rest of the children in the home.
“Maria” as she is being called, was taken into custody by of the child protective services in Greece. The authorities are hunting for her biological parents after a DNA test proved she was not a biological child of the couple she was calling her mother and father.
The couple who had the gypsy girl could not produce any documents for adoption, or even a valid birth certificate for the girl. They also changed their story five times giving distinctly different scenarios as to how the gypsy girl came to them.
Baby Lisa was abducted from her home back in 2011 under bizarre circumstances. This case raises the fears that the baby trafficking is flourishing.
On the heels of the discovery of this child in Greece, the authorities in Ireland have removed a blonde hair gypsy girl from a Roma gypsy compound in that country. The scenario of the Ireland case mirrors the Ireland case as the authorities in that country are trying to find the biological parents of this little girls.