I have given my word to the maternal family that everything I write on their blog Answers for Ayla is approved through them, because I never wanted to express my own feelings as theirs. To do otherwise undermines what Trista and Jeff have done with Answers for Ayla. As an advocate for the maternal family I have tried in my own way to contribute and to help express some of the conflict that troubles their daily lives. But now, because of their openness, they are being vilified by a site that unbelievably says has no connection to the case.
Now I speak to you without the auspices of Trista or Jeff, I speak to you now from my own heart. I will never give up on the search for Ayla Reynolds. I swear that I will give and give until I have nothing left, just so others don’t misinterpret, I am not talking about donations nor am I asking for donations. I am talking about my time and my resolve. It is the same resolve that I have seen and witnessed on sites like this. I can’t thank J4A and so many others enough for what they have done to keep Ayla in the spotlight.
I have written a few blogs, but mainly stayed on the outside of the debate .No more though, I can not read the vileness that is expelled by these hate sites and not be affected. I did, in a moment of weakness, note on Lies, that it did nothing to help Ayla and that posts on that site only served to fuel the fire of hate and conflict which that entity thrives on so much. It is in our very nature to correct the uninformed or the uneducated and that is why it is so tempting to reply to the accusations made on that site.
I pledge to all that will listen. I will not give up, I will not forget, and I will fight with every avenue available to me to bring Justice for Ayla Reynolds. Guilty, doubt me not. Thank you, Tori, for allowing me to express myself here on Justice for Ayla. I am honored to be counted among the contributors.