Lisabeth’s father declined to comment about the case at his home in Canton Wednesday morning. And Lisabeth’s attorney could not be immediately reached for comment Wednesday evening. But she released a statement Monday, saying Lisabeth and his family are “deeply concerned for the families of those affected by the horrible car accident this past weekend in Atlanta. The statement continued: “Mr. Lisabeth and his family remain hopeful for the full recovery of the two boys that were injured in this tragic car accident.”
At the vigil, dozens of mourners gathered at the site of a makeshift memorial for the three children complete with stuffed animals, candles and photos of Isaiah. Isaiah’s aunt, Jennifer Toomer, said she wants Lisabeth to get life in prison with no chance of parole.
“Our hurt is never going to end,” she said. “Please Atlanta — Fulton County — please, please give him what he deserves – life.”