This is the first time I have ever written a blog. After reading all the articles, blogs, and comments regarding Ayla Reynolds and people's theories, plausible and ridiculous, my head started to spin. It became virtually impossible to sift through what was real and what was "real" according to the masses that passed it off as such because it fit their belief of what happened that night at 29 Violette Ave.
I don't expect everyone to agree with me. I also most likely will disagree with many of you. I still am interested in what you have to say. I am going to try to be objective, that does not mean I am on Trista's side or Justin's side, this isn't a game of kickball. I want justice for Ayla, that beautiful blonde haired, blue eyed little girl that deserved better than what she got. Whatever that may be...
I am a little biased however, and should announce that now. I do not think someone wandered in off the street and stole away into the night with a 20 month old, and did so without anyone hearing or seeing a thing. If someone still believes to the contrary, despite that the police have stated they also do not believe that scenario, I will certainly listen to their theory, but it doesn't neccessarily mean I will buy into it. We are all entitled to our own opinions and I will never force anyone into agreeing with mine. It is still a free country.
I also need to state that I do have some ties to the DiPietro's even if in a round about way. It is a small town and as many have probably found out once this story hit. Six degrees of separation, indeed. Justin DiPietro lived in Portland with someone I know very well until he moved back to his mother's with Ayla in Waterville. I do not know Justin personally and although I may have met him before, it was never more than to say hello, if that. Justin is still in contact with my friend and the other group of friends that share the apartment. I do know that they have all been friends since grade school and I also know that they are NOT drug users aside from the occassional joint. I will not release the names of my friend nor the others that live in the apartment. They have been through enough with interviews with FBI and State Police Officers and the media constantly at their door. They have remained out of the spotlight and that is their wish and I respect that.
Since there is a lot to this case, I am going to break it into separate sections and because I do have a life outside of my obsession of this case, it may take a few days to get to where we are currently with the case. I can only hope that by the time I am to that point, there has been an arrest or arrests made in the case and we are on the way to finally getting justice for Ayla.