December 10, 2014 at 7:08 pm
In spite of the ongoing LE silence on Ayla’s case, the circumstances of her disappearance point to an inside job. If Ayla was “taken”, alive or dead, , it was by someone in that house or someone intimate with the hour by hour activities in that house and with the house itself. Someone with knowledge and opportunity and with the probable cooperation of the DiPietro family. And not by Trista or any of her kinfolk. If Trista were involved. LE would be calling Trista a liar, instead of the three in that house.
December 10, 2014 at 7:50 pm
December 10, 2014 at 8:01 pm
Of course you agree, MM.
What would be your other options?
Let’s do away with the snark of McKee’s response and look at this in a productive manner. There are other options but are they realistic?
The majority, but not all, of the people who post here believe Ayla has died. The majority, not all, believe Justin is somehow responsible. I happen to agree with what anon posted.
If you don’t agree with what Anon posted, why? There’s one thing we can all agree on – Ayla is missing. What could have happened to Ayla? What are the other options?
Let’s assume, for the sake of this post, that Trista (and Jeff) are the worst kind of liars and we can’t believe anything they say. Where does that leave us?
Let’s start with this…
Missing since: 2011
Town: Waterville, Maine
On December 17, 2011, Ayla Reynolds (DOB 4-4-2010) was reported missing from her Violette Avenue home by her father Justin DiPietro. Investigators have ruled out any possibility that Ayla left the house on her own or that she was abducted. Investigators discovered Ayla’s blood in the basement of her home, and the three adults who were in the home at the time are withholding information. Police believe that Ayla is probably dead.
(Disclaimer – the bolding is mine)
If Ayla did not wander out of the home on her own and was not abducted, what does that leave? Are there any other explanations that are feasible?
Investigators discovered Ayla’s blood. They do not give an amount. They have only said it was concerning. If it was a small amount of blood, like say the 3 or 4 droplets of blood Heidi stated she saw, why would MSP even mention it? 3 or 4 drops is not concerning so why did MSP put it in their release?
MSP states the # of adults withholding information. They don’t qualify it by saying some of the adults or we think some of them know more. They say the three adults. That includes Courtney, who we sometimes waffle about wondering how much she really knows. They also don’t say they might be withholding or we think they are withholding – it is are withholding information. Why would MSP say this about people who are being cooperative and assisting in the investigation?