Now the Whole Country Knows Who the DPD Suspects in Disappearance of Dallas Woman
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|Lisa Stone during her days on the Mesquite High School drill team|
DPD homicide detective Jim Gallagher remains convinced Stone's dead: "I think Lisa Stone was murdered. I think her body was disposed of." He also points to Henry as the sole "person of interest," because "I'm confident that Sherry isn't telling me 100 percent of the truth." Toward the end of the show, Henry tells correspondent Maureen Maher that Stone couldn't have been murdered, though, because, look, there's no evidence a crime has been committed. So there. Maher isn't buying that answer.
Sherry seems to have a lot to say about everything -- and everyone else -- yet she refuses to answer even the most basic question.You can watch the whole episode after the jump. Or, for those who don't have 40 minutes to spare this morning, you can read CBS News's written account here.
"When is the last time you saw Lisa?" Maher asks.
"Prior to the search warrant being issued," Sherry replies. "And that's what I'm going to say."
"So I just want to be clear so I've covered my base as a reporter," says Maher. "You will not tell us specific days as to when the last time you spoke with or saw Lisa Stone?"
"Nope, will not, no more, no more of this. It has to stop at some point. And I have to be the one to step up and say 'enough of this,'" Sherry says. "I am not here to have a bunch of people be a mystery sleuth any longer. This has taken a toll on me. What these women have done, what the Dallas Police Department have done to me, has upended my life to no end."