I waited up for the article, I didn't have high hopes for it and I was correct in my assumption. The article is not from Justin, it is from his mouthpieces, The Tudelas, with a few snippets here and there from Justin. There is no news here. Justin is sticking to his story and the Tudelas are naive enough to buy it even though the evidence released and the police say otherwise.
“When the time is right, everything is going to come out. And regardless of what law enforcement is saying or what (Ayla’s mother) Trista (Reynolds) is saying, this really isn’t the time to be saying anything. And law enforcement, they can say ‘We don’t believe they’re telling the truth,’ but there’s a big difference between fact and thinking something.”
Really, Justin? This isn't the time to be saying anything? When is that time? Ayla has been kidnapped, according to you, and this isn't the time to talk? PATHETIC!
McCausland said Monday that investigators stand by their original assessment.
“We looked at that scenario, and it doesn’t hold water,” he said of the potential for a kidnapping. “That some intruder came in — in silence — and no one heard a thing. It didn’t happen.”
Probably, because an abduction or kidnapping didn't happen. I highly doubt it is the police who are lying.
The discovery of blood
On the same day police announced their belief that a kidnapping was implausible, they also announced that blood had been discovered during the investigation of 29 Violette Ave. Later, McCausland said some of the samples were Ayla’s blood, and the lab is analyzing other samples. He added the amount of blood attributed to Ayla was more than a small cut would produce.
DiPietro said he was shown the blood evidence, but he’s not sure of the amount.
Justin, you know exactly how much blood was there and how much was cleaned up, more lies...
Heidi Tudela said she doesn’t believe the blood is related to Ayla’s disappearance, and said the announcement by police was premature
“Unless you have evidence to prove that, I don’t feel it’s OK to use that to turn public perception, because you need the public to be out there looking for missing people. It’s very important.”
I am pretty sure the police DO have evidence to prove that Heidi, what evidence has Justin provided to you of his innocence?
McCausland said Monday the decision by investigators to release the information was responsible.
“We felt it was important that the public understand some specifics of the investigation. We felt it was important that the public understand the magnitude of this investigation and that some of the blood was Ayla’s,” he said.
We do understand, it is Justin and his family and friends, that don't understand that. The blood is specific to the investigation, again, why would the police lie? Justin and all his friends saying the blood was unrelated, just proves they are lying about that too.
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