Judge Jeanine Pirro joined Fox and Friends this morning with the latest in the case of missing Missouri baby Lisa Irwin, who vanished from her crib on October 4.

Interviews of her two half-brothers were scheduled to take place Friday, but Irwin's parents canceled plans for the boys to be questioned by trained specialists. The specialists were also set to take DNA samples from them. There’s been no word on why Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin decided to cancel the interviews.



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Also, sources have told Pirro that Cyndy Short, the local attorney representing little Lisa’s parents has been taken off the case. Joe Tacopina remains the lead attorney in the case.

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