I think almost everyone wants Ayla’s case solved and those responsible held accountable. It’s beyond frustrating waiting for an arrest with the information we have learned. There are many, many cases where people have hidden the body and refuse to answer LE’s questions. While in most cases a suspect hasn’t been named publicly by LE, it’s been clear who their focus is on. Yet we rarely hear of charges being brought in these cases unless someone starts talking.
Here’s a snip from The People’s Champion: The story angers many who have followed the case and has left doubt about the accuracy of what the child’s family told police that night. Baby Joshua some how disappeared while there were 8 adults in the house during the time the tot’s mom says she noticed him missing. Federal, State, Local, and even the Texas Rangers Police Authorities have combed the 2,500 populated trailer home community without obtaining a single clue about what may have happened to the child. Police say there isn’t even evidence to suggest that the child might have been abducted by someone. The Bizarre disappearance of an 18 month old baby during the winter months has cops thinking the family is directly responsible for what ever happened to the baby. Though the family continuously convey their innocence, they continue to publicly say they believe he is alive. However, the police think otherwise. Lt. Stephen Hanna of the New Braunfels Police Department says, “The investigators have essentially confronted the family, basically saying that we are fairly certain that something has happened, that their was an accident inside the house and that something happened to the child.” Hanna also believes that someone is not being honest from that night. Hanna said, “The seven individuals that were in the house that night, one of them or numerous of them know what happened and have been misleading investigators as to what happened to the child.”
And the list goes on and on…
In Aisha’s, Hailey’s and Dylan’s cases, even though their remains or partial remains were found, no one has been charged. How many people are walking around free today, who are responsible for a child’s death, whether or not it was intentional?
I don’t know if there is enough evidence in Ayla’s case for a successful prosecution, there may very well be but few people know for sure. Who knows when or if anyone will be charged? One thing I feel pretty sure of is if the time comes when someone is charged, the prosecution must be fairly confident in a successful outcome. My question is this: If Justin or whoever is responsible is charged in Ayla’s disappearance and at the end of the trial they are acquitted, how will you feel? There is no right or wrong answer to this question and I’m not sure how to answer it myself. As I said above, I don’t think this case would go to trial unless they were confident of a successful prosecution, but it’s always a possibility no matter how small.