Wednesday, April 11, 2012

ATTN: "Team DiPietro"

After reading through the comments shared on the Blog, I’m left with more questions of my own for those that remain supportive more towards the DiPietro family (et al) versus Trista and her immediate and extended family. This post is directed towards all of you!

I’m asking the group of supporters for the DiPietro family, as well as everyone else, to come on this post and share your thoughts as to why you support his story, anonymously or using a username of any kind.

Do you feel he is innocent; why is that? Do you feel he had anything to do with Ayla’s disappearance; why is that? Do you believe that Trista somehow was involved in Ayla’s disappearance? Do you feel that Justin is being truthful in his abduction claims? And what about the other adults present that night (and not present that night)? How have you justified Justin’s behavior from the moment Ayla was in his care until now? How have you compartmentalized every action (and lack thereof) from Justin and his family in your minds?

My intent is to receive (and encourage) further insight to this case, sharing other perspectives without having to visit the other blog if you have chosen to no longer do so. The Contributors of this blog obviously are supportive of Trista’s side, as we have been honest about; but we have yet to request any direct sharing for Justin’s side…so here is that opportunity.

One thing I want to address in this post is that in the comments I’ve seen posted around the internet, I’ve seen those that support Justin reference Trista is “guilty” because of her past; she likes to drink, she used to party, she makes poor decisions, her family members have criminal records—the list is extensive in terms of the opinions those that support Justin DiPietro will express about Ayla’s mother (and vice versa), but what I’d like to see here are some valid reasons behind your support for him and his group, to get a sense of your logic in this case. (And for those that remain supportive of Trista, you’re welcome to share your thoughts of the same as you have been doing.)

In the previous two posts published by T4A and also J4A, it has been stated more than once that we value all of the input provided by those that visit this blog. This is true! We also welcome anyone, from any “side” of this case to share their thoughts. So, without further rambling, please share your opinions on Justin and his innocence, and why you feel this way. Naturally, this also goes in hand with my curiosity in why you feel Trista is to blame or otherwise, so please be as detailed as you’d like.

Additionally, an important thought to keep in mind is that Ayla loved her parents, regardless of everything that has transpired since she was born. She trusted each of them to care for her and to love her, just as any child does. Although we at J4A believe and support one side over the other, we have remained respectful to Ayla in our intentions and our writing, so I would like to reiterate that I hope those that comment here will continue to do the same.

PS: I read on Facebook this morning that a search may have been conducted in the Waterville area; Is this factual information? Has anyone heard more details on this? Just curious.

247 comments:

  1. Very nice....thank you for keeping Ayla in our hearts and minds. One thing (of many) that i am haunted by are the pictures of Ayla in her father's care. Was she able to trust him? In the picture of her lying on his chest she IMO appears to have a look of fear. In the other picture of him kissing her hand, she appears to be trying to get away from him. I am not an expert but do have one personal experience in which a child was physically abused at the age of 4 months. He was removed from his parents care and during weekly visitations was visibly disturbed (for lack of a better word) by his parents presence. The child is now 5 and suffers severe mental problems from what his team of shrinks believe to be from the abuse. So, I wonder... did this precious baby girl trust her father? It haunts me to think about what she endured (broken bone, pulled leg muscle, bruising) and what she certainly must have thought. Bless her. I pray she is found soon and that and justice is served.

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    1. JMH

      I am adding to Anon 10:09 because I think that comment scratches the surface of one of your premises in the article. I would add that it was stated several times that Phoebe had seen Ayla once before she was taken to live in Waterville and Justin 5-7 times i think. The one visit by Phoebe is a better recollection in my mind then with Justins 5-7. I too am questioning her ability to love and trust the people who were responsible for her care if she had barely known them. Children that age are very drawn to the ones they know and tend to look to them for protection when they are in the company of those they do not know. I understand the pictures are interpreted differently by different eyes, but the actions of the photographed, in this case Ayla, are often telling.

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    2. In my opinion, Ayla LOVED having her picture taken and she LOVED being the center of attention. Most 2 year olds that I know aren't interested in looking or smiling into the camera like Ayla does.
      I think Ayla looks miserable at Justin's house because she WAS miserable. In my opinion, Ayla got no where near the level of attention from Justin and his family as she got from her mom and her family. Elisha's daughter is in almost EVERY picture with Ayla, and then there are some where she has her back to the camera. Justin's house was also unsafe and filthy. There is dirt literally caked into the corners, plastic bags, uncovered outlets, etc. It also appears that they didn't feel the need to spend money on toys for the kids, but rather a large TV.
      JMO. -Megan

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    3. John P, as always, thank you for your input on all of this!

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    4. I just wish people would try to remember that at the time, these pictures were taken, Ayla was in a new environment. Most of the pictures were taken during the first few times that Ayla was with Justin and the paternal family.
      Of course she wouldn't have been her happy, normal self. She seemed shy and apprehensive.
      That would have been normal for a 18 month old in a new environment, with people who not been in her life.

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    5. Oh bullshit. And what about Phoebe saying Ayla's bottom lip trembled when she was scared? Seems like an odd thing to say when people are asking you about Ayla!! I bet you saw that alot huh Phoebe you MONSTER! No Ayla is so happy, she bounces around dancing to "Moves like Jagger".. nope... Phoebe's clearest recollection of Ayla was seeing her bottom lip tremble as a result of beind neglecrted and abused by the people in that house, including, the ugly, fat, gap-toofed dyke herself.

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  2. I have a question.

    I read here that releasing the text messages of Trista's would make them inadmissable in court. I also saw the documents released by Jeff (medical records and such). Are those documents now not admissable in court?

    What's the difference?

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    1. I've wondered the reasoning behind the statements that those texts would become "inadmissable" as well. Granted, I am not a lawyer, but I am fairly well versed in the law for a layperson. I don't know why they wouldn't be admissable just because they were made public.

      That being said, I think it was in really poor taste to release only one side of them, knowing full well the Reynolds family wouldn't release the other. Seems like it was just used as an opportunity to point fingers and say "what are they hiding?" They certainly didn't do anything to support Justin's versions of events so that couldn't have been the point.

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    2. Maybe only one side was released because Justin no longer had his side (he deleted them). It came across as an attempt to manipulate the Reynolds to release the other side. I am not saying that is what occured but came across that way. Then the question would be why would this be done. Certainly what was released was not favorable towards Justin. Maybe because they thought they were unfavorable towards Trista or maybe they don't have anymore and what to see what is in them.

      Hard to say what the reasons are, but definitely seemed tricky.

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    3. Well, first, I just want to state that the comments made on the texts being inadmissible in court aren't a fact at this time to my knowledge.

      Next, if the text messages are currently being considered as official evidence by LE and potentially by the State of Maine, my own opinion is that they could fall under the "forged" evidence bracket [an item or information manufactured, or altered, to support some agenda]. Who knows if those text messages were altered before they were posted...JSTL included her own commentary in the texts, so we know they were edited minimally at the very least.

      Again, these are just my thoughts in response to your question. Not a fact! :)

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    4. Seeking,

      I was one of those saying it was illegal originally. Other readers at this site however pointed out that Maine is not a two-party authorization state. I read the listings of states backwards and was corrected. Therefore I did take back my comments. However, I do believe it stil did taint the jury pool if they are to be used at trial. It will be harder to get a pool of citizens that have not heard of these texts. I also believe they were released as a fishing expidition for the defense to find what the prosecution may have.

      As for the difference, the mother of an infant released medical records. The parents one or both can agree to this. It is not illegal, as the text release could have been because they were between two adults. I hope this explains why I for 1 thought it was illegal.

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    5. Trista and her family have a "family attorney" Jeff is no idiot, and I am sure that they made positive that those documents were ok to release. I am also sure that because there was no custody agreement they didn't have to get permission from JD to release them. Because of no custodial agreement either parent has the right to release anything pertaining to Ayla. When it is something between two adults (18+ years of age) there must be a mutual consent to release. He was doing nothing but trying to taint the other ones reputation whereas Trista is reaffirming statements of fact with evidence.

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    6. Sorry JP just saw ur comment, again Maine is not the same as other states. Laws are different to each state and you are right, Maine is not a two party authorization state.

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    7. No Problem Tammy,
      As you can see I made the same assumption and read the link backwards myself. I also wanted to say I like the explanation you have about the parental release of documents. You said it much better than I did.

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    8. The texts were released for one explicit reason. Justin knows the things he said in the texts are going to make him look guiltier than anything we have seen so far. LE will use them now because they have not improperly disclosed their contents like Justin did when he fed them to the LIES blogger. This is another clear case of Justin thinking he and his moronic team of dullards can outfox the best. LE has kept the MOST damning evidence to themselves for a reason. They know of Ayla is not found, they will need damning, air-tight evidence to get the murder 1 convictions they will seek for Justin, Courtney, and Elisha for starters. Lance and the other male helper could also be brought into this if there is evidence that Ayla was removed from the house alive. At the very least, all three in the house will be charged with Murder one if one killer cannot be discerned and the court believes the blood evidence procves Ayla coiuld not have survived without immediate medical attention and deems the Waterville 3 to be lying. I think Phoebe will be included as well and think LE has evidence she was there..as well as evidence in the shed that confirms Ayla bled n the shed and was ALIVE for a period of time before she was moved. If they find Ayla, EVERYONE in the house AND all that moved her, alive, are going down for murder one. This is my wish.

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  3. No, Sadly that was a rumor about the search and it was put on before I got it confirmed, it was a mistake and it wont happen again and I apologize.I know how fast a rumor on here spreads and I try to avoid that. I think this blog is a great idea! I have often wondered if Im missing something and why someone thinks the way they do. I truly want to make a fair decision and its impossible without all the facts. Ive often thought if all the groups worked together for Ayla we may get somewhere.

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    1. LB
      There is no reason to apologize when it is simply a case of wishful thinking. At least as far as I am concerned there isn't. Keep hoping, keep looking, Bring Ayla Home!

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    2. You cant go around publishing text messages sent BY Trista TO Justin without her say so, Its a bit like taping phone conversations....THEREFORE if Trista released Justins messages before the trial that would be when it caused problems...Aylas injuries are privvy to both parents and can be released by either...I think ive explained myself properly?

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    3. Leigh

      I Maine, Justin is allowed by law. Trista could do the same if she chose to, which she correctly chose not to. It is a one-party authorization state, so Trista did not have to consent. You are correct on Aylas medical records though.

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    4. Doh, I really should do some research on American Law before I start cruising with the keyboard, So many states with different laws..So confusing...Thanks for putting me straight nicely

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    5. Leigh,

      Your question was politely asked, you deserve a polite response. No need to thank me for that. It is common courtesy and what is used most times on this site. The occassional anon will not use courtesy and I just ignor those responses. Keep asking questions and eventually the truth will be told and we will be able to see come home !!!

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  4. 1. Justin is God. He wouldn't harm one of his lambs.
    2. Trista is a tramp.
    3. Justin took out the LIP in anticipation of Ayla's acceptance to Yale, class of 2028. He planned well for Ayla's future.
    4. Trista is a drunk.
    5. Justin "smoked" his poly. He said so himself.
    6. Trista is a tramp.
    7. The FBI and MSP have it all wrong. Ayla was abducted.
    8. Trista is a drunk.
    9. Justin said "Ayla didn't meet her demise down at his house."
    10. Trista is a tramp.
    11. God (aka Justin) told Angela Harry he doesn't know where Ayla is, and Angela is spreading God's (Justin's) good word to all.
    12. Trista is a drunk.
    13. Selena Johnson "knows her family" and says "no way" they are involved.
    14. Trista is a tramp.
    15. Heidi Tudella has a nice house with sweeping views of The Kennebec.
    16. Trista is a drunk.
    17. Justin is a gifted psychic. He expressed fear for Ayla, and "poof", she disappeared.
    18. Trista is a tramp.
    19. "Four drops" of blood is so very trivial.
    20. Trista is a drunk.

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    1. There you go Kitty. You proved the case. Justin is innocent and Trista kidnapped Ayla and has her hidden away. Thank you for solving the case. Why oh why didn't we believe what the Dips have been telling us along. When you put it like that, it clearly shows Trista's guilt.

      NOT.

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    2. Wow... I guess you missed the part of the post where it was asked to give valid reasons. Your comment was basically useless and is just trying to start trouble again. Why can't you post something fairly intelligent and keep the comments civil like the ones posted before yours? As the saying goes, "If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all."

      "One thing I want to address in this post is that in the comments I’ve seen posted around the internet, I’ve seen those that support Justin reference Trista is “guilty” because of her past; she likes to drink, she used to party, she makes poor decisions, her family members have criminal records—the list is extensive in terms of the opinions those that support Justin DiPietro will express about Ayla’s mother (and vice versa), but what I’d like to see here are some valid reasons behind your support for him and his group, to get a sense of your logic in this case."

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    3. I would have deleted this post initially had I not felt a sense of extreme sarcasm coming from mckeekitty; here's to hoping the sarcasm is present and that this person isn't actually referring to Justin as GOD! Thank you for your responses to the comment, Annymous @12:41pm & The Bride.

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    4. I think Tori opened up a very thought-provoking post. I don't see many "Team DiPietro" responses. They hide in and comment from their comfort-zone caves of TTLOM and JSTL, trashing Trista and worshiping Justin. TTLOM assumes an Evangical approach while JSTL is purely Satanic, but both strive for the same objective: defend Justin at the expense of humiliating Trista.

      Remember, Bride, Trista is a drunk and a tramp. Thus, Trista not only kidnapped Ayla, but she cooked Ayla over a barbeque spit and consumed the evidence.

      Glad I was able to solve the case. Thank God (aka Justin) showed me the light. I cannot believe I ever questioned the DiPietros' innocence. I fully expect to be struck by lightning for doubting the Dips.

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    5. OMG Anon 1241! If you can't detect sarcasm, I'm quite concerned.

      OF COURSE I think the Dips are responsible. The post here was to have the "other side" defend their position in defending Justin.

      Sorry if my attempt at gallows humor was lost on you. It is my way of coping with an extremely painful situation...a missing toddler, and a side of her family that couldn't give a shit.

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    6. Well done Mckeekitty,Some of us got it.Your post was right on.

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    7. Mckeekitty,those are the answers I get from them when ask questions,No evidence from them at all.They dont explain anything,just insult Trista.

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    8. mckeekitty - I am not as dense as you may assume. I fully understood the sarcasm. My point was that the post was asking for valid reasons and your comment was just sarcastic remarks that offered no value and was only posted to continue fueling the rivalry. Do you actually wonder why "Justin Supporters" as you so call them don't come here to respond? I don't blame them when they are met with hostility for their beliefs.

      I am not a Justin supporter nor a Trista supporter. I support Ayla and ONLY Ayla.

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    9. Mekeekitty"..........you aren't funny, you are mean. You'll have your challenges in life, and I'm sure you'll always make the proper choice, and make moral decisions. No one is perfect.

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    10. Logic: you have none.

      http://ayla-reynolds.blogspot.ca

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  5. Justin, Is Today the right time??

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  6. I find it hard to believe that entire families, on either "side," could be lying this long in regards to Ayla's whereabouts... maybe one or a couple. I don't have a "side" other than Ayla's. I want her to be alive and well. If someone on the paternal side knows something, I feel it's most likely Courtney or Justin and Courtney. If someone on the maternal side knows something I feel it's Jessica. It seems the Dipietros think Jessica took her.

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  7. Justin is still awaiting the "signal" from the mystery abductors I guess.

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  8. When I first started reading about Ayla, I seriously considered that Trista may have had something to do with the disappearance. She seemed (understandably) bitter about her baby girl being with Justin. It isn't hard to imagine going and taking what is hers. But as more information started coming out... The injuries, the missed appointments, the doctors notes, the blood and other police comments...It just doesn't seem like someone out side of that house would be involved.
    I hope Ayla is found soon and brought back to her loving mommy, where she belongs!

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    1. Amen! Ayla does belong with her loving mommy!

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    2. Ayla deserves to be with a loving parent John, right on that one, however I dont think either parent was good for her. We forget Trista and her alcoholism was the reason Ayla was with Dipshit in the first place. She went to rehab and got help, yes, but only after being forced to. Ayla lost in all of this mess and I feel bad for her being born into it. The only good thing that has come out of this is Trista realizing what her mistakes and problams cost her and staying sober for Ray. Keep in mind though I dont think she had anything to do with Ayla disappearing. If someone told me the maternal side had anything to do with it my first thought would be Jessica. Trista and Jess look an aweful lot alike and wasnt there some Trista/Ayla sightings after she went missing?

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    3. 1. Yes, Trista did at one time suffer from alcoholism. However, she entered rehab and was (and still is!) working towards becoming sober. In other words, she is bettering herself for her children. That is, in my opinion, very commendable.

      2. The Trista and Ayla sighting was false.

      http://ayla-reynolds.blogspot.ca

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    4. yes WIAR the Trista/Ayla sighting was false, I know that. What Im saying is COULD it have actually been a Jessica/Ayla sighting, based on how much they look alike. And I know she entered rehab, Im just saying she was forced so I dont give her as much credit for it, thats all.

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    5. Melissa

      Going by what if Ayla would never have been born. What if they never met that night. What if JD got his wish for Trista to abort, etc. These what ifs are irrelevant to where is Ayla today and why? Don't bash Trista for what she was, base her on what she has become as a parent. You have to admit, the dancing, picture taking smiling little girl looked very happy in her earlier pictures?

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  9. I know my theory shall be scoffed at by the unbelievers but I know Justin is as innocent as a lamb in all this. Here goes...

    On a cold wintery night in northern Maine a little girl heard strange noises outside her bedroom window. Determined to investigate she hurriedly dressed grabbing her winter coat and stepping into the howling winds.

    In the middle of the street was all twelve feet of a grandpa Sasquatch.
    All around him were the tiny angry lights of his fierce attacking enemies. Each time Sasquatch would swat a tiny light it would turn into a small metallic coin that looked suspiciously like a modern day UFO.

    The little girl with the pretty eyes and pirate smile zipped up her jacket to the top before tying her two mittens together by the wrist straps. Bolting out into the street she leaped onto the grandpa Sasquatch from behind and settled in to help swat the little lights back into their coin ships.

    The battle was long and hard but the little girl and the Sasquatch prevailed over the fleet of tiny rogue UFO's trying to steal the future.

    The little girl asked, "Now what?
    Sasquatch thought long and hard replying "I don't know."

    The little girl grabbed Sasquatch's giant paw pulling him into the night looking for more fleets of tiny rogue UFO's trying to steal the future.

    The little girl looked back at the small piles of coins littering the street as she walked away wondering if she should have cleaned up first.
    The grandpa Sasquatch and the little girl were never seen in the town.

    Thus began the legend of Ayla and The Sasquatch.

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    1. It's not funny, or entertaining.

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  10. I have a question. Where is Jessica? She was trusted to have Ayla while Trista went to rehab. Why did she disappear? Makes me wonder if Jessica and Ayla are together.

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    1. Don't Hate Me

      I don't hate you. You are asking a question alot of people are thinking. I will respond to your question with a few of my own if you don't mind?

      1. Is it reasonable to assume that LE has all adults involved under surviellance of some kind?
      I think it is!
      2. Where would Ayla have been during the polys and interrogations that were taking place over the first few weeks? LE was investigating every major player at the time, no-one involved could have hidden Ayla from LE.
      3. Could not the same question be asked of Courtney (again after the first few weeks, but where was Ayla then)? Yes but the same applies to what I stated in #2 above.
      4. Lastly and most importantly, how could a parent that is so openly grieving, Trista, stay away for so long if her sister was hiding her daughter? No-one is that good an actress. Trista would have had to go see Ayla by now and in #1 LE would have seen this.

      I look forward to your reply!

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    2. If someone on either side of the family had something to do with Ayla being missing, then at least one person is that good of an actor/actress. It would be hard to believe that at least one person who has known these people wouldn't be able to tell they were lying about something and reported it to LE. Would they all choose to implicate themselves in a crime? I would hope not. Wouldn't at least one person have a conscience and a heart for Ayla? They would have to.

      "Donthateme" asks a reasonable question. It has been my understanding through what I've read online that the Reynolds family has had a lot of trouble with Jessica. If that is true, it is conceivable that she could have taken Ayla and be keeping the info from the family. She lost her own kids. She didn't want Justin to have Ayla. I have heard conflicting reports on whether or not she took a poly. Then she moves and people don't know where she is? At least Justin's family know where he is and LE knows how to contact him.

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    3. Trista could have taken Ayla from the house that night and it would not have been a crime. She had no reson to hide Ayla. She could have walked in taken Ayla then called Justin and say that she had Ayla. It isn't kidnapping when there is no custody agreement. There is no need for Trista to hide Ayla. I wish to God that Trista did take Ayla and was hiding her, it would mean she was alive but it is highly unlikely.

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    4. Anonymous 1:29 PM - Isn't hindsight always 20/20 or better?

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    5. John P., Those are good points.

      1. Yes, that seems reasonable.
      2. If someone did take Ayla, they did not work alone. As much as I doubt a kidnapping took place, I highly doubt it could have been accomplished with one person only.
      3. Absolutely, Courtney fits the bill as well as Jessica. But either would need accomplices.
      4. I never said that I believed Trista knew. It's possible that Jessica acted on her own and her family /Trista don't even know it. Same could be said for Courtney. She could have acted against the Dipietros and not told them. With accomplices, those scenarios are possible. It could also explain why Trista, her family and the Dipietros say they do not know where Ayla is. Maybe they really do not know.

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    6. Dont hate me,

      Very true, if Jessica/Courtney had accomplices they could have done what you say. It is difficult to believe that either could go into a full house and take Ayla undetected! But in either case, you then have to ask yourself, which of the two Jessica or Courtney would have ties further and stronger? I am thinking Courtney with her family ties from what I read extend down to New Jersey. JMO

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    7. Sorry Dont Hate Me, I had another question I forgot to ask. How would the blood fit into the abduction theory? Though I understand your reasoning more, I still find the blood evidence damning to the abduction theory.

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    8. @anon 12:34

      With the number of parties that have lawyered up and remained silent, it would be easily understood how I BELIEVE noone is that good an actress or actor for that matter. I would list them but I think you already know who I am referring to. There is only one parent wearing her heart on her sleeve for her missing daughter. That is not an act!!!!

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    9. Will someone please provide documentation that states Jessica has moved away - Or that no one knows where Jessica is? I have not seen this anywhere except blogs.

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    10. John P I just made a connection ... You said above that Courtney has ties all the way to NJ and our JSTL blogger claims they frequent NJ hmmm just a thought there ... maybe a family member.

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    11. Tammy,
      Unfortunately I can not currently find the articla and I can't remember if it was CR or BR that had the tie to NJ. It is still within the family and you made a connection I had not. Very interesting.I would say if the connection is there though, it would likely be a friend of a family member.

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    12. Agreed! Something to look at :)

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    13. @John
      I have a question about the blood you mentioned. I know the maternal side has claimed how much was found IE more than a cupful, however I thought LE neither confirmed nor denied that and never released how much was found.....I might be wrong though, just wondering.Obviously if alot of blood was found to be Aylas that would definatly be damning however I find it difficult to believe that a group of people can hide a child so well and clean up with very little evidence yet leave that much blood around (I understand it could have been wiped up but I would have thought if they were that good at deception they would have known to clean it with bleach or whatever)Dont mean to be picky just trying to look at all aspects of the case and I want to believe the abduction story because that means she is still alive where if more than a cupfull of her blood was found that could mean the opposite

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    14. Adam, I agree that LE has not stated exactly how much. The two statements I recall are "more that a small cut would produce" and a "significant amount". They also confirmed the luminol pictures being shown to JD at which point he left the station. He later in an interview said he only knew of the four droplets that were circled which was contradicted by McCausland. Looking at this based on that, I am leaning towards a significant amount being cleaned up. Why they didn't do it to avoid detection, it is my belief that they would have if Trista had not filed for custody on the 15th which caused them to clean-up the evidence that much quicker. JMO

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    15. The only issue I see with that is Trista stated in interviews that JD did not know that she filed for custody. Is that where the rumor comes in that someone at DHHS may have told Phoebe that she filed?

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    16. It is only rumor about Karen Small leaking the filing. But I put the Linnell beat down and Trista filing as too much of a coincidence. Having the "kidnapping report and the beat down so close to them actually filing paperwork is very coincidental in my eyes.

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    17. John P. I cannot explain the blood and you are right, it does not fit in the kidnap theory.

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    18. Unfortunately I can't explain it either. I wish there was as it would give so much more hope for Aylas discovery alive and well.

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  11. I am very Pro-Trista in this situation, but can anyone please tell me if Justin ever confirmed that Trista didn't speak to Ayla AT ALL from the 8th to the 16th? and can someone just please tell me for my own mind where was Trista on the night of the 16th when Ayla supposedly vanished. I am not asking to stir hate, I just want to know for my own sake, there has been a lot of speculation that these questions haven't been answered and I would just like to know.Just like I would like Justin to answer the many questions I have for him-but that will never happen.

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    1. Tammy,

      To be honest, I don't believe Justin has confirmed anything other than Ayla broke her arm in his house and blood droplets belonging to Ayla were found in the house. Other than those two tid-bits everything else has been stated through TLLOM or that other blog. This is just my recollection though. Someone please correct where I am wrong.

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    2. Tammy- Im as sure as Im alive that the police took all phones, cell phones, ipads, pcs as well as bills from those companies, during their initial lock down of the crime scene. They would be able to tell from texts, emails as well as questions on Tristas poly, when an approx last date of communication between Trista and her daughter occurred. Even without knowing if Ayla was ever included in phone calls, if she wasnt, there would be texts or emails from Trista, asking why she couldnt speak to her.

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    3. Tammy this is not directed at you, it's just a general question for Dip supporters...

      Why do you question Trista's alibi for the night of Ayla's disappearance, but not Phoebe's?

      We the public may not know, but LE knows both of their answers. I am confident that there is a lot that LE knows that hasn't been released, it can be frustrating to not have the answers... but that's the way it is.

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      I have heard alot of people suggest where Phoebe was that night. Most suggest the same thing. If you believe Ayla was harmed that night then this becomes relevant. If you believe it was before that date, as I do, it becomes irrelevant where she was that night. Either way, you are correct that LE has to know already.

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    5. Agreed John P I am simply trying to look through the eyes of a Dip supporter and what they would ask. I could care less where Trista was that night because if confirmed that she did not speak to Ayla from the 8th on it doesn't matter where she was because I firmly believe it was already done, and the Dips just got confused in there cover up story someone in the Dip camp effed up. It's irrelevent and you are right anon, it has already been confirmed where everyone was a nd who everyone was with. LE is not dumb they know, and I am sure they know or are looking into everyones steps from the 8th to the 16th.

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  12. here's another question: Has Trista ever even been to the house in Waterville? I am also a Trista supporter, but am trying to keep an open mind. I just don't want to believe any parent to cause harm to their child.

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    2. Again, we are discussing the reasons why Justin supporters don't like Trista supporters. The only evidence released has been totally against the Dipietros. For no other reason other than to say here it is to Justin supporters someone please tell me WHY Trista did not go get that baby when she got out of rehab. If there was no custody order why did she leave that baby there? Also, in another comment above it states that Ayla didn't look happy in any pictures with the paternal side of the family and that the house was basically disgusting. AGAIN I am a Trista supporter but I am trying to look through the eyes of a Justin supporter for a minute here ... why did Trista leave that baby there? Why didn't she use HER parental rights? Why didn't she file with the courts any sooner than she did?

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    3. There could be a number of factors involved that support her decisions in leaving Ayla with Justin, and also in not going directly to pick Ayla up from Justin. I am curious to all of that, myself (and I am an avid supporter of Trista and her family).

      Speaking from personal experience though, I remember when I had my first baby at a very young age--I was just...drained; emotionally, mentally, and physically. I assume that if I were to add a forced visit to rehab to address issues I had not yet admitted to myself that were present, another pregnancy, witnessing visible abuse my child may have received by the father mixed in with family issues as a whole: it could have played a number of roles in my decision making.

      But then again, I am not Trista. But, I am able to speak from a personal experience in that I have also been in a position where decisions I made earlier in my years could be viewed as questionable. I'm positive Trista is currently going over the entire history of events since the day Ayla was born until the day she got that phone call that she was missing and is naturally wishing she could re-do all of it. So heartbreaking! I'm with tears in my eyes just typing this. :(

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    4. OH ME TOO JMH, I was just trying to think from a different perspective. I am trying to understand what they see (Dip supporters) I too was very young when my first child was born and I am sure she regrets every damn day that went by without taking Ayla back. I am sure there is more guilt there from a personal perspective than anyone can even fathom. I was just trying to think from another perspective for a moment, I didn't mean to cause you tears :( The will to understand this case has really gotten to me, and I don't understand why Justin isn't answering the questions presented to him when Trista is openly admitting her faults her problems her wishes and hopes. It makes me sad, angry and down right miserable that no one is telling where Ayla is.

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    5. I don't believe that young people know what rights they have and often don't do things that they could (like pick up Ayla from Justin). If Trista believed that the DHHS put Ayla with Justin, she probably didn't know she could just go and "get her". It's sad. When I was a young mother I probably could have been taken advantage of by the system, just like Trista.

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    6. I agree with all of you and have one more theory. I have thought all along that she was trying to better her living conditions coming out of rehab before asking for Ayla. if you recall she had issues with Jessica, was living in a motel for a period, hope to be moved up on the assisted housing list, etc. I believe she was trying to better her life just like she did when she went to rehab. Then again it could be a combination of them all.

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    7. Imagine for a moment Trista telling Justin I'm coming to get Ayla, him saying no, her showing up- who would suffer? Oh yeah, Ayla. And do you think Justin would have handed Ayla over? He made it clear he had no intention of doing that. When she asked to take Ayla for an overnight, he allegedly said no. So yes she had the right to have Ayla but so did he and without a court order the only way to force the issue after persuasion failed would have been to physically take Ayla and how do you think Justin would have reacted? Who do you think is stronger? Who might have gotten hurt in the process? The judgment of Solomon comes to mind.

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    8. This is something that has been troubling me and I am a Trista supporter. If Justin wanted Ayla so badly that he was willing to fight Trista for custody why would he hurt Ayla? I too have seen the pics of Ayla with him and his family and while I do see an uncomfortable girl at times (prob due to not being as close with him since he didnt see her alot) there is no denying that he did love her. I can see it in his eyes when he looks at her.

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    9. you can't tell us what he sees. you're not him. he sees a paycheck basically.

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    10. not sure what you mean there but no, I cant see what he sees, your right. What Im saying though is I see myself a father that had love for his daughter, I can see it in the pictures. Thats not saying he is innocent, Im just trying to come up with questions. After all, thats what this particular blog is supposed to be about.

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    11. bringAylahome, would you please link the pictures you are talking about. I have not seen pictures of Justin looking at Ayla with love in his eyes. Thanks

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    12. I was a member of TLLOM and CR posted pictures that I saw there, but I think some of them made public. The one particular of him kneeling while kissing her hand. Yes, she was shying away but he looked very loving to her, Im sorry though if others disagree, after all its all in the eyes of the beholder

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    13. A self righteous, self serving bastard like Justin would ALWAYS put on an act in front of a camera! He didnt "want" Ayla! For crying out loud, he wanted Trista to abort, and he didnt have anything to do with her for the first half of her life- he just didnt want to pay CS (which he suppossedly was well behind on) and was probably coached by Pheobes into TAKING Ayla, while Trista was out of the pic, so he'd never have to spend another dime. ( and even concoct some irrational plan to MAKE money off of Ayla thru selling on black-market or the life ins policy scam)

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  13. Is there any evidence after 4 months that Ayla could have been kidnapped? LE says NO.What proof is there? Other than her timeline was off,that is not evidence,dates are hard to remember,so that doesnt prove anything. We dont have to know where Jessica is,LE knows.What else do you have that makes you suspicious? What were the oddities in the house that night?After 4 months ,if LE was looking in the wrong place I would have to go to the media and tell everything I know about that night,I wouldnt wait for LE.That silence from Justins family cant last forever if they know that she was taken,and they didnt do it.So where are they? Why arent they speaking?

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    1. Phoebe says MCcausland is full of himself,Thats it? How about why do you think LE is wrong? Dont just insult him,it makes you look stupid,tell us what proof there is that a kidnapping happened? Where were your kids that night.What were the oddities? Whos car came in the driveway that night?

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    2. Great questions. Thanks for your input!

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    3. Anon 12:51 PM, I agree. Don't just insult the man, Phoebe. Tell us why you believe he is full of himself. Calling someone names without backing up with your reasons just makes YOU look bad, Phoebe. People generally use name calling when they have no valid argument against what someone is saying.

      I think the Dipietro's silence is deafening.

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    4. Phoebe says he is full of himself because she is trying to get a rise out of him. McCausland is a seasoned pro and has played the Dipietro's like a fiddle. They are livid they have not been privy to all of the information LE has and just when they crawl out of their sewars and say things like " I smoked it and I don't know the results" and "they didn't tell me how much blood" McCausland refutes the "DipCrew" lie while still thwarting their blatant attempts to give away the "precise" details the DIPCrew has been "fishing" for.

      It is Justin, Phoebe, and Heidi who "were" full of themselves and have been humbled by smarter people. Their inital foray into "one-upping the cops" has been a MAJOR failure. They have looked like liars and overconfident jesters for the entire investigation. The only thing they HAVE accomplished is pissing off LE and digging their holes deeper.

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    5. It's natural for the perpetrators of a crime to want to find out what the police know. It's expected by the police. The Dipietros have been blatantly trying to find out that information. Not very smart.

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    6. I think Phoebe saying this were moved (not sure of how she worded that) was to enforce the story of an abduction. When she said it I DID NOT believe what she was saying. In her interviews she seems petrified more than anything.

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  14. This is for "Periwinkle" from the Hold onto Hope thread who called me a LIAR (and anyone else who may have missed or forgotten):

    McCausland confirmed that the people in the house on the night Ayla was last seen took lie-detector tests, "and they know the results."

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    http://www.thebostonchannel.com/r/30334378/detail.html

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    1. Kit-very interesting thank you for posting that I for one did not realize that all three had taken lie detector tests so on that note my next question: Where are the results for Courtney and Elisha?

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    2. Thanks for the link, Kit!

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    3. Tammy, excellent question.

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    4. Interesting, all adults at the house that night took lie detector tests and the LE is saying that the "people in the house that night are not telling everything they know." I think that answers the "results" questions.

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  15. Where is Justin???? NOWHERE. What does he have to say???? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. Why wasn't he around on her 2nd birthday??? BECAUSE HE HAS NOTHING TO SAY TO ANYTHING!!!! REALLY???? Start talking and showing you care and prove your doing something to BRING ALYA HOME!!!! I know somethings fishy about him i hope he can help me think different about him i really do.. God Bless that little girl.

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    1. Maybe what you are sensing from him isn't deceit, maybe he's just a clumsy moron with a drug history. Do you think that if you'd have tried to have a conversation with him before Ayla went missing you would have found him to be articulate and insightful?

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  16. Would someone explain why a kidnapper would make a noise loud enough to wake a neighbor? Without waking the family.

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    1. No sound woke up the family, because they were too busy downstairs trying to come up with the dialog for the 911 call in the morning and the story that they all would tell.

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  17. I have to be a dick for a minute here. While I do think Justin is to blame for whatever's happened to Ayla, I find it extremely fucking hard to like Trista sometimes. Actually, it's become a lot of the time. I get she's a young mom with issues or whatever the fuck, but she says some things without thinking that just leave a person with a WTF feeling. Ayla isn't our child, we know that, but we people out here are in this fight for Ayla, too. Many of us have grown to love this little girl, so when you hear the mother say some things, it's almost hurtful to those of us that care about Ayla. I understand the wanting to keep memories to yourself, Trista has that right and it's her memories and special moments with her little girl. I don't have a problem with that like some horse-faced twats do...but there are other instances when Trista's said some shit where you find yourself not really rooting for her anymore. I think that's where I've found myself. I just want Ayla home. I want her to get justice. I don't want Team Ayla thrown in my face when it really isn't Team Ayla, it's Team Trista.

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    1. I should add that I do understand the picking of sides. Trista appears to be the lesser of 2 evils and from what evidence that is available, it's not leading the investigation in her direction. So I get it, but I don't care to be placed on anyone's "team" when the only person that matters in this entire case is Ayla. There are sides and there is a losing team and I do believe the people responsible for what happened to Ayla are the Dipietros, Roberts and the people they associate with so I will never root for that side, but I can't really cheer wholeheartedly for the other side either. I'm reserving my cheers for Ayla, but still giving my jeers to the Dips, just don't expect a lot of Pro-Trista hoorah's.

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    2. ITA, Boo! Trista is no June Cleaver. In fact, she annoys me on many levels.

      But that said, Trista is clearly not responsible for Ayla' ultimate fate. That rests solely with the DiPietros.

      I'm not "pro-Trista" nor do I "root" for her. I'm squarely in the camp of "Team Truth" and the solving of this case.

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    3. You aren't being a dick. I've heard things that Trista said that made me scratch my head and wonder, too. Most of what I have heard I give her a pass. Why? Mostly because the comments attributed to her sounded immature. So, given the fact she is a young mother, without the benefit of time and experience on her side, I look the other way. As an older individual I realize that Trista has a lot to learn and her people skills will improve with maturity.

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    4. I can totally see where your coming from.For me its about being a mother and empathising with trista..at the end of the day Ayla is her baby and although she made mistakes I kind of can forgive some of the shit your on about...I dread to think what nonsense Id sprout in this situation...at the end of the day Ayla was let down by both sides by different degrees. I will still support Trista and her family because I genuinely believe that Ayla was happy with her mummy and Trista was happy being Aylas mummy ...My heartaches for Trista and Ayla, if that makes me team trista in some eyes then so be it.

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    5. I agree on the comments in recent weeks from Trista; I wasn't exactly offended by them, but I felt bad for her at several angles. Even though she has support from the public, her friends, and family--it just made me feel that no one has tried to guide her in how to cope WITH the public. The public adopts missing children as their own in their hearts as soon as they form an opinion from their emotions, and unfortunately, it appears that Trista has not yet fully understood that sentiment yet. She is naturally on the defense right now, and I think she just hasn't yet seen the "light" in how to restrain her "guards", if that makes sense.

      Thanks for your thoughts; I always enjoy reading your comments.

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    6. I understand where you are coming from...but I personally feel Trista's comments are from guilt and also immaturity. I do not believe she had anything to do with Ayla being missing. I'm going to try my best to explain myself...I have an 18 month old boy and whenever I go to my inlaws...they always act like they're his parents, and letting me know in their own way what my husband and I should be teaching him, how we should raise him, how much I should feed him, asking ME if I changed his diaper, washed his hands and so forth...and being a new mom and unsure of myself, which I think most new moms are....I tend to get defensive, basically digging my heels in and stating, I'm his mother, who would ask me such questions. My son is well taken care of and is a happy little guy, who just loves to laugh and run. Boy does he love to run! I am a working mom and besides daycare, I'm his main caregiver.(which probably adds to my guilt of not being around him all the time) Thankfully, I do not have to carry around the guilt of having a child missing. Add in Trista's young age, she may not fully understand that people just care, even though they do not know her or Ayla.

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    7. And I fully agree on her maturity, and the immaturity in her responses. I also agree the part of feeling for her as being a Mother myself...and every comment on this thread!

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    8. Also, I have been reading how Trista was shelfish and didn't let Ayla into Justin's life until she was 7 months old (there have been diff. ages, but this is what I remember) Well, maybe her maternal instincs were correct. I don't blame her at all for that. Unfortunately, when the time came for Ayla to live w/Justin, it was out of Trista's control.

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    9. I consider myself team Ayla as well. I'm convinced Trista is an innocent mom who has lost her baby. Because of this I found myself coming to her defense on some of the malicious posts I've seen. I feel she and Ayla have been victimized twice by the dips/roberts, first by Ayla's disappearance and second by the attacks of the dip supporters. I find this behavior by the perpetrators of the crime despicable.

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    10. Wow, I agree with this entire thread as well. Each of you have stated valid points. From a fathers and grandfathers perspective, I would have to say that I understood her statements completely and did not find them offensive in any way. Both of my sons have lost the ladies they loved and I saw the grief they both felt. I feel that Tristas response were a combination of grief, acknowledgement that JD had let Ayla down, realization that she could not hold Ayla in her arms, sorrow for Raymond not having his big sister to play with, and envy for the people consoling her and then turning around and hugging thier loved ones! With all these emotions and a level of immaturity, I don't hold anything she said against her. It is part of the grieving process!

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    11. How can anyone expect Trista to “understand that people just care, even though they do not know her or Ayla”? How can Trista understand that people just care when the very people that were supposed to “care” about Ayla didn’t. How can Trista understand that strangers can feel anything for Ayla when Ayla’s own flesh and blood treated her the way they have. How can Trista understand about strangers caring about them when the government agency that was supposed to make sure Ayla was safe, put her in the very hands of the man that wanted to get rid of Ayla before she was even born – while Trista was complying with their orders to go to rehab in order to keep her children. I am sorry, but if I were Trista, I too would be having a really hard time understanding that people really care and would probably feel a little afraid of people.

      I know everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but unless you have been where Trista is, I feel as if it is wrong to judge her by something she says. I hate to think of what would be coming out of my mouth if I (at Trista’s age) were living the nightmare she is living.

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    12. Boo you hit that one right out of the park! I have often thought the same exact thoughts. I also haven't wanted to choose a team and your right Trista seems to be the lesser of two evils, she's young, she's mad A LOT of mistakes but when the line in the sand is drawn Ayla vanished on Justin's watch so I say whichever parent you think is worse, think of Ayla who was stuck in the middle of that mess. I have had my own issues with divorce and kids, and the hell my kids went through I wouldn't wish on any kid, but this has got to be 100 times worse than my life could ever be. At least I can say that I do see a lot of remorse, guilt and empathy from Trista and her family wishing they had done things differently but I don't see that from the Dips. Public perception is huge if you don't stick up for yourselves no one else will. So if there was a reason to get past the blood spill, they should be speaking, but they aren't even defending themselves. I also was hurt by the statement that she didn't want to share her memories because they were hers. Well, I can get that but why not repeat something you told to another paper, instead of making a statement like that say something like her nickname is buggy she loves .... you get the point, say things that we already know nobody was saying she had to share something new. I still would like to know why she left that baby there, I know we can all speculate and assume but it breaks my heart to see the photos of Ayla so miserable and sad knowing that someone could have done something about it. Team Ayla!

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    13. Anon 5:15 well said!

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    14. John P I totally understood her statesments and the thought of being offended did not enter my mind.

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    15. As far as losing interest ~ ~ There is nothing that anyone could say that would make me lose interest. Comments have the potential of containing a clue or jogging a memory or facilitating an idea with the end result that Ayla will be found.

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  18. Does no one suspect that Ayla could have been abducted by someone other than a family member?

    I find it hard to believe that 4 people are covering up a crime that one or the other of them commited. Accident or not, there would have been removal of a body.
    I am possitive that LE grilled and hammered each of them mercilessly. No one confessed. no one implicated the other. (that we know of).
    4 months and they still maintain they don't know what happened to Ayla. They each have a lot to loose.

    Could the maternal family have abducted Ayla? It is a possibilty. Again 4 months have gone by, with no evidence to suggest the maternal family did take her. At least that we, the public, know of.

    I'm not a Trista supporter, or a Justin supporter.
    I'm an Ayla supporter. There shouldn't be a Trista team or a Justin team. Work together for her.
    Both of these families have, and are enduring pain and heartbreak.
    No time to look for errors or spelling, please forgive.

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    1. In order for me to believe Ayla could have been abducted by someone other than family, first I would have to believe she was abducted, second I would have to see a reason why anyone would want to take her.

      If you mean a stranger who absolutely does not know the family at all.No, I just cannot imagine a stranger saying, I think I will drive up to some random street in Waterville, walk in a random house, go to the room where a baby is alone and take a baby.

      If it was a kidnapping, it was an inside job or someone who knows the family. No matter what way I look at this case, it always comes back to the people in that house knowing exactly what happened and where Ayla is at this very moment. They just won't tell anyone. It is why we do not hear from them.

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    2. Not trying to be combative, Ijust cant think of another way to put this. I have ran every concievable kidnapping scenario through my mind and not 1 explains the cleaned-up blood that was untreated by a medical professional. If you are able to concieve that scenario, please let us know how the blood evidence fits into it.

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    3. Anon 2:03, Stranger Abduction? Maternal family Abuduction? I think not.


      The toddler’s blood was found splattered in the basement of 29 Violette Ave.

      LE said the blood appeared to have been "cleaned up" and that DiPietro left a police station when confronted with luminol-enhanced photos of his daughter’s blood splatters.

      Abduction is no longer a part of this investigation.

      We are focused on what happened to her IN THAT HOUSE. There are three people in the house that have not been truthful.

      The people in the house on the night Ayla was last seen took lie-detector tests, "and they know the results."

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  19. J4A, I think it's time to change your blog. You arent getting civil, intelligent discussions. You are getting a lot of mean nasty people saying mean hateful things. All your answers, you are going to get, you have. No new details will come thru here. I would like to see you delete certain comments, or not allow comments. If I was trista and I saw this I would be further devastated. I can't believe the lack of empathy here. Honestly, I'm losing interest.

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    1. ((Anonymous 3:34 PM)), You say you're losing interest?...Really? This blog isn't for your amusment! It's for discussion about a missing little girl. I agree that everyone, yourself included, are entitled to their own thoughts and beliefs. But I don't share the same opinion you have about J4A or the people who are commenting. J4A does a wonderful job and I think they're quite capable of running this blog as they see fit.

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    2. Agreed nannieb

      and I am seeing more legitimate Q&As than disrespect now that we are over the 100 comment mark. Don't let the few bad apples hurt the overall good of getting all sides heard and discussed.

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    3. As far as losing interest ~ ~ There is nothing that anyone could say that would make me lose interest. Comments have the potential of containing a clue or jogging a memory or facilitating an idea with the end result that Ayla will be found

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  20. Why did three (possibly four) adults in the DiPietro household "that night" let a child with a broken arm sleep unchecked for twelve hours? If anyone can get past that careless or, most likely, heartless treatment of a toddler, then talk to me about some of the other questions bandied about.

    Questions like why no one in the DiPietro camp seems to worry about Ayla's ongoing trauma at the hands of this vile kidnapper?

    Not one of the DiPietros or their followers utter the least concern about what she may have gone through or be suffering at this moment from her abductor. That is, if she is alive, which I seriously have doubted from LE's word one: Not one warning from LE about a kidnapper on the loose,so lock up your kiddies, Mainiacs! No, nothing of that sort from LE... just that a kidnapping scenario "doesn't pass the straight-face test". Whoa!

    Then, in the weeks to follow, no DiPietro pestering of LE about minute-to minute updates concerning your missing, and presumed abducted, child?

    Why aren't all you going almost insane from the worry and the anxiety associated with a missing child? Because you know that level of concern would be an exertion uncalled for in the certain knowledge you possess of what happened to Ayla and where she is.

    All I hear from the DiPietro camp is "Let's bring what's-her-name-home!" (They barely can utter her name.) Like some dammed football cheer, it's " Sis-Boom-Bah! Bring her home, rah, rah!" Unbelievable.

    Let's not even dwell on the fact that Justin says he's sure Ayla's not only okay, but adjusting to her situation! She's a smart kiddo, all right! Not only adjusting to her situation, but probably thinking it's "all a game." Whatta kid! A Justin comment issued to hint that Ayla has been abducted by someone benevolent whom JD knows would not harm Ayla. That Justin knows a lot! But can't share all just yet.

    And some want to take the DiPietros and their abduction scenario seriously! GOOD GRIEF!

    So...obviously we are meant to think by Justin and Co. that Ayla is alive in the hands of either:

    1.) someone benevolent known to the DiPietros... or
    2.) someone criminal, but benevolent, known to the Reynolds family.

    Now, I ask you what person would risk their freedom, family, job, state and fed benefits, profession, and possible standing in the community to hide a toddler for a slug like Justin or a dipsy-doodle like Trista?

    And for what purpose does this kindly abductor hide this child at great risk to himself/herself? For a custody dispute?

    A custody dispute between a dad who doesn't seem to want involvement with the child, and a mother who wants the father to have involvement with the child? Doesn't make sense.

    And for how long shall the friendly abductor keep and, we can suppose, support Ayla monetarily for a parent who cannot be seen with the child for obvious reasons? Until Ayla graduates from high school? It makes no sense!

    What does make sense is that Ayla suffered some accident under the auspices of a DiPietro family member and no medical help was sought and Ayla died from that accident.

    The DiPietros don't feel that it was premeditated and as good sociopaths do not accept any responsibility for any of their bad actions; hence, a cover up and disposal of Ayla's body -- aided and abetted I would think by Justin's aid and dearest friend, young Herr Tudela.

    He's the one who supposedly brought his son for a "play date" with Ayla on the 16th and can testify to seeing Ayla alive on that day. (According to Madam Tudela) Handy, anyway you look at him, is Herr Tudela -- who looks to be "in for a penny, in for a pound". That could explain why Mumsie HT steps into the role of day-care lawyer and manor-house benefactor to "Peachy" Di Pietro.

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    1. totally agree anon.

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    2. Justin was in Portland really late on the Thursday.
      The Tudela kid is less than a year old ( born Feb
      of 2011 ) and goes to Heidi's Day Care where
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      Derek takes a 10 month old Dom to the house in Waterville for a playdate. Why and When ?
      Doesn't Derek have a job during the day ?

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  21. There are just too many things that happened to Ayla while in her fathers care. But the most damning evidence is the blood, all that blood in HIS bedroom. And no pleading for his daughter just silence from the entire family. Trista and her family are pleading for something, anything and all they get is silence. Also the MSP and them saying this is not a kidnapping the people in that house are not telling the truth about what happened that night or whatever night she went missing see we don't even know what night she went missing. That's what makes me believe that the father and his family did something
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  22. I don't think there's any chance that anyone in either family has kept Ayla hidden all of this time. These are not the kind of people who would have the resources for that kind of thing. All of the people they would trust with such a caper, seem to be accounted for. And, both of Ayla's parents appear to be dead broke, so they're not paying anyone to keep her.

    I've seen no evidence that Jessica has disappeared, so I'm not sure why people keep asking where she is?

    Something I saw on "Answers for Ayla" kind of summed up how I feel about the text messages:

    "Why are the DiPietro's, who are no longer communicating with the Maine State Police's criminal investigation into Ayla's whereabouts, supplying information to a obsessed fanatic in Killeen Texas..?"

    That's an excellent question, that I'd be interested in hearing an answer to.

    I've seen McCausland call out Justin as a liar at least 3 times now. Never once have I seen him dispute anything Trista or Jeff have released. So, at this point, I have to beilieve whatever evidence has been collected points to them being able to verify Trista's "story" as true. Also, that Justin's story of what happened to Ayla does NOT line up with the evidence.

    Trista may be immature and live a somewhat aimless life at this point (and she definitely has a bad man-picker). But, she's not responsible for Ayla disappearing. She's a victim in this situation, and I prefer to treat her as such.

    So, people can call Trista a slut and a liar and all of the other nasty names they like to call her. And, they can insuate that somehow Jessica is hiding Ayla. They can do this all day long, all over the internet.

    That won't change the fact that Ayla's blood was spilled in Phoebe's basement. It won't change the fact that LE (who know far more than we do) is looking squarely at Justin as the person with something to hide here.

    Trista may come from a family of dysfunctional numnuts, but Trista and Jeff have been doing everything possible to aid in Ayla's return. They've let everyone air their dirty laundry. They've pleaded with the public and have done everything they could to keep Ayla's name in the news.

    All I hear from Justin, Courtney and Elisha are crickets. They sure seem like a family that would be happier if we all just forgot about this whole thing.

    I'm still waiting for "the time to be right" for Justin to tell all. And, I'm waiting to be "shocked by the truth". What more right time could there be when you haven't seen your child in 4 months? What caring parent would react this way?

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    1. StacieDee; I could not have said it better myself, your thought out response has given me new hope that AFA was not in vain. Thank you Stacy..

      I will address these "teams" on Friday.

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    2. Not many. There are observable and predictable behaviors in innocent parents who have lost their children. The Dips show none of these behaviors, so their supporters screech in defense "Everybody is different! No one can predict how anybody would react in this type of situation!"

      It doesn't wash. The supporters KNOW the Dips are not acting in ways which would accompany the feelings of innocent parents and to combat this knowledge by LE and the public, the supporters defend, deny, deflect and denigrate in capital letters all over the Net.

      If Trista or Jessica is guilty of taking Ayla, or Trista's boyfriend's network of criminal chums are in on an Ayla heist (as proposed by some DiP supporters), why doesn't Justin scream it fromn the highest hill on the Tudela acres? Just who is he protecting? His daughter or the "kidnappers" for whom he said he would like immunity to be offered?

      He obviously knows much about who has her, but he says he can't talk about it now. No, he'll let his strident group of harpies skewer everybody else in the kingdom while they try to find out what LE has on him and his co-conspirators.

      Why would he be keeping silent and allowing his net groupies to put it all out there for him. Doesn't want to hurt the kidnapper's feelings? Phonus balonus Justin DiP!

      And what's all this about Jessica going missing? Wasn't she spotted at the Ayla birthday party?

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    3. You're welcome Jeff! If ever I was in Trista's position, I would want someone as dedicated and committed as you on my side.

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  23. Even without the blood, AYLA was with him and the others in the house when something happened to her. Now if Justin and the Others ( sounds like a horror movie ) do not know what happened to her, how would I know ?
    But, he will speak when the time is right.
    He is waiting for a sign from the kidnapper(s).
    A dollar sign ? Sign language ? A telegram ? A text ?
    AYLA's face in a McDee's Happy Meal Hamberger Bun ?
    AYLA adapts well,she probably thinks it is a game.
    Duh ?
    Kind hearted criminals took Ayla who had her best interests at heart.
    ps, I didn't know Jessica was MISSING. Haven't seen a BOLO for her.

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  24. I'm going to state the obvious here and maybe come off as a total asshole this time...but Trista wasn't a child when she got pregnant and had Ayla. She wasn't a teen mom with a lot of growing up to do. By the time she had Ayla, she should have had her shit together and I understand that shit is overwhelming and everyone copes in different ways, but it was her duty to Ayla, and to Ray now, to grow the fuck up and get her shit together. The immaturity excuse is only good for so long. I think it's great that she's trying now to do right by her kids, and was trying back when all that's come to be first began, but as much as I fucking hate the Dips and Courtney Roberts and all those fucking asshole groupies that would support them, it is very hard not to always go back to the fact that had she gotten her shit together in the first place, we would not be where we are now. Ayla would have never been taken and placed with Justin had Trista not made all these mistakes and been selfish...because what she was doing was selfish. I'm sure she must think those same things, that she fucked up and this is partly her fault, her child being missing...or maybe she just puts all the blame on Justin to feel better about the situation...whatever the case, you can't ignore that if Trista had done right by her kids when she first learned she was pregnant with Ayla Bell, right now, we wouldn't even know who Ayla was, she wouldn't be another missing child. That part of this case is always at the back of my mind and when Trista comes out with another not well thought out statement, it's one of the first things that pops into the forefront. I can't help that because that is a fact of this case, just like all the other facts. Everyone failed Ayla on all sides, but the failure by Justin and his cohorts is epic. Maybe Ayla would have been better off not with any of them until people could get their shit together. I don't hate Trista and Ayla being missing is on Justin DiPietro, but I'm disappointed that Trista didn't do right by Ayla from the get go.

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    1. BooKat; I'm disappointed with your lack of compassion, if there is a side for Ayla, it was best left with her mom. No worries though, nothing you say can change the images I have of them together.

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    2. You fail to see the compassion Boo has shown towards Trista, in posts and in support. Just because she has this opinion doesn't make her anti Trista...she just is saying how she truly feels. I an not on team Trista, I'm on Aylas team, and by being on that team I support Trista and her family who are actively looking for Ayla, keeping her name out there and cooperation with LE...

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    3. Yea boo, whats up with trashing an already devastated young woman?
      You said if she "had she gotten her shit together in the first place, we would not be where we are now." That's total bullshit. Trista is irrelevent in regard to the crimes against Ayla. Trista could have been mother of the year and that wouldn't necessarily change a thing.

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    4. She wasn't trashing anyone, so take it down. She was explaining why she wants to be known to be about Ayla, not Team Trista....Trista is relevant in the crimes against Ayla, she was a witness, Trista had to get her life together to be a better mom to the baby who she loved and did that. Kudos. Just wish it didn't happen in the first place.

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    5. Another reason why comments should be edited deleted. Ayla's grandfather comments kindly and a bunch of a-holes come here to fight and argue. Why don't you just go to his house and slap him in the face? The majority of people here are heartless.

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    6. Shannie,
      I have to disagree with you. To say Trista "was a witness" is wrong. Trista IS a VICTIM. Her being denied access to her daughter, finding out her daughter is missing, finding out about the blood, her entire life being torn apart, all because JD and crew did something to Ayla to make her bleed a "significant amount". That is a victim!
      Now you and Boo are trying to deny her the grieving process all because she said something Boo didn't like. It is you and Boo who I think have missed the point. Trista may have made mistakes, but judge her for the parent she was trying to be on Dec 15th when she filed for custody. Since then her life has been turned upside down. And though she had progressed through 6 of the 7 stages of grief, you and Boo have possibly set her back to stage 2 which is guilt. She worked her way past this step once and you two have brought it all back for her to feel guilty again.
      How does this help her raise Ray, or fight to find Ayla? It doesn't. By preventing her from completing the grieving process you and Boo have shown a lack of sympathy and as Jeff said, lack of compassion. JMO

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    7. Mr. Answers For Ayla,

      I have read countless comments on various blogs that lack compassion. Matter of fact, some I would classify heartless and down right evil.
      It's horrible, all in the name of a precious beautiful baby girl.
      I have no doubt that Trista loved her with all of her heart, soul and mind.
      I think Justin did as well.
      Whatever happened To Ayla has caused heartche and pain for all of her family members, not just one side.
      I don't personaly know the members of these 2 family's, but I have compassion for ALL of them.
      There is a chance that Ayla will be found & returned to her family. If that happens and I'm praying it will,
      There will come the time when Ayla will want and need to have a relationship with her Father, and the paternal relatives. I know it is hard right now, but it would be good to keep this in mind.
      The 2 sides of Ayla's family should not be at odds and be hurting one another.



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    8. JohnP...trista was a witness to the brusies and the injuries and actions of the dips. Stop picking apart every ones posts to throw in your shit. I think she's a victim too. You're coming off as a know it all.

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    9. Copied from Answers for Ayla n dated March 18th..I hope it makes you feel better BOO! I'm sure the last thing Ayla would want is for anyone to put down her mother at this point!!!!!!!!!!!!

      I've read into the insights that say that if Trista had not been drinking and subsequently gone into rehab, Ayla would not be missing today.. Really? You don't think Trista cries herself to sleep every night thinking of this?

      Trista sees blame in her sleep and wakes to guilt everyday.., but the reality is that children can be abducted anywhere, anytime. It does not matter if it's seven days of rehab or seven seconds in a grocery store.

      Notwithstanding the rude comments that personally attack Trista on certain blogs. Fact is Ayla was lost on Justin's watch and he has not taken responsibility for it by telling the truth to us or the Police

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    10. Sorry, not my intent to come off that way. You stated we are not understanding the compassion Boo has shown towards Trista. I have seen the compassion shown previously, I am just not seeing it on this page. My intent is to explain why I felt you were depriving Trista of the grieving process, not to confront you in a verbal battle. The reason I pointed out the witness vs victim difference was simply to explain that victims grieve, witnesses in alot of cases, have no reason to grieve.

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  25. Let's not get crazy Boo. JDipshit has a slim few groupies. His supporters do so in hopes that he gets away with what he did to Ayla because they know if that yellow-piece of shit even sniffs a jail say he is going to sing like a canary.

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    1. That's not "getting crazy"...that's fact. It doesn't change that Justin is ultimately responsible, but Trista isn't blameless when it comes to how horribly Ayla was failed.

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    2. Boo that's harsh. Justin is Ayla's father and Trista encouraged a relationship between them because she thought it was the right thing for Ayla. Once that relationship happened, even if she'd been stone cold sober, Justin could have kept Ayla anytime he took her and Ayla could have disappeared or met with a fatality. Linking Justin's apparent abuse to Trista's drinking is blaming her for what he did no matter how you cut it.

      Also despite her problems with drinking, Trista seemed to do a good job with her kids.

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    3. Sure, Justin taking Ayla from Trista if she'd been dead sober is a possibility...but had that been the case, she'd have been in a better position to fight for her child, without all the shitslinging and dredging up of past behavior and substance abuse, had she ended up in family court way back before Ayla was ever even "missing". Doing a good job with your kids isn't the same as doing right by them. Kids deserve a parent, or parents, who put them before their own needs or habits. No matter who twists the tale, the facts are what they are. EVERYONE, including Trista, failed Ayla. Because of all the bullshit on all sides of this case, we are where we are today with a baby missing and everyone blaming everyone else or not saying shit and no one taking responsibility for their part in what's become of Ayla.

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    4. I think you're missing the point Anon, it may be harsh, and it's the brutal truth. Trista is not a saint and I don't think she's out there portraying one either. I'm sure Trista feels guilty over what she has done and will live with that guilt everyday of her life. Boo wasn't saying that she caused Ayla's disappearance, she just said what it is, Trista messed up and therefore had to give up Ayla...Both the Dips and Trista failed Ayla, only Ayla was loved by Trista...Trista did what she had to do to get herself better. I just wish she never even had to do that...

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    5. Boo,

      Trista has been progressing through the grieving process for the past four months. She started with denial when she tried to work with JD and his family to find Ayla. She had passed acceptance when she lashed out at JD asking for answers. Your comments tonight have probably added to her grieving by weeks or months. She had already passed the guilt phase of grieving where she blamed herself for everything and now you brought her all the way back to that level.I know I don't know you and you don't owe me anything, but you were not the person I expected to hear this from tonight. I have not seen this lack of sympathy or compassion from you before. Others yes, but not you. Remember that grief is a ship that must be sailed alone. All we can do is lend support to those that are grieving. I honestly thought someone had hijacked your name. JMO

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    6. Boo Kat,

      I am so tired of your language and your attempts to always shock a reader into submission, your good points are lost on me with your hammer. I don't have to read you! I see your name. I can skip over your posts. I treat you with suspicion because I think you might be just a little shit stirrer. (Look at me! I can use those bad wordsm too!)

      Rile up both sides. Attack both sides. Not STTL, but you're definitely living in the same general neighborhood as she. One of the DiPs most proclaimed credos is this one: "If it were not for Trista, none of this would have happened."

      Carry on with your s**T, Boo Kat! I don't think you are fooling too many, here. Attention for Ayla is far down your plate.

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    7. You don't like her language so you look for some lame excuse to say she plays both sides? Please, find another angel Mother Superior and shove that up your ass. Boo, and I are on Aylas side, and don't have any problem saying trista is innocent, she didn't take or harm her baby.

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    8. That's disappointing. With all the comments so obviously picking side between Justin and Trista, I now completely understand how some people following Ayla's case get completely turned off by what goes on here and on that Liar's blog. I've always been on Ayla's side, that doesn't mean I have to conveniently forget everyone's fuckups and choke down my opinion because it doesn't please the masses. How about you talk to Justice and the other ladies running this blog and ask them to delete my posts and just prove everything Lies has ever said about how Trista Supporters act right.

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    9. I'm not picking Trista's side, I have compassion for Trista because I can't imagine the pain and guilt she lives with. Do you think she needs to reminded on the blogs of her fuck ups? I doubt it. She has a missing baby everyday to remind her. Oh, and she has you to remind her.
      Great Job :(

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    10. BooKat, I understand where you're coming from, and I won't vilify you for having an opinion. I just see things a little bit differently.

      I believe by going to rehab, Trista was trying to do what was best for her children. Would it have been great for her to do that earlier? Of course. Did some of her mistakes contribute to the situation Ayla was put into? Probably.

      But, for me, I think Trista is probably well aware of all of that, and she doesn't need me to remind her. She's likely feeling a deeper guilt than I can even understand. And, enough people are punishing her far and wide on the internet, that I wouldn't feel the need to jump in.

      Plus, I don't think supporting Trista in her search for her child means I need to cosign every life choice she's made. It's easier for me to just discuss the evidence we have so far. And at this point, it doesn't seem that concentrating on Trista's faults will lead anywhere fruitful.

      But again, I respect your right to call them like you see them. I totally understand that sometimes you've got to let shit out, even if it might not be popular. And, I've never doubted your support for Ayla.

      I guess my point is that I understand some people may feel frustrated with Trista's past choices. But, I'm thinking that focusing on them won't really help in the search for Ayla.

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    11. Well said Stacie,

      Bringing all this grief back is helping no-one except for Boo. Back at 1:28 PM Boos original post about Trista was all because Trista made a few comments that left Boo saying "WTF". So now Boo has gotten it off her chest and piled the guilt back onto Tristas shoulders in the process. She did not need anyone to remind her of the mistakes, she already new them. You can have an opinion without tearing a person apart. You and Shannie may not consider Trista a victim, as Shannie stated previously, but she is a victim. And to pile the guilt back on her shoulders she is making her the victim again. Let her finish grieving, Please, then voice your opinion with her in private, not in public. That is compassion of a friend, not this.

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    12. This was supposed to be about "OUR OPINIONS" how we feel ... bashing Boo for her opinion is relentless. I just read through all of this, and am just in aww. First she wasn't saying she doesn't have compassion she was stating that basically that both parents have some blame here. And regardless of what you all think they do. At the time of the "vanishing" yes it was on Justins watch, but why was Ayla in Justin's care to begin with? That's what some of us are having a hard time with. It's not by any means that we don't support Trista or that we have a lack of compassion as accused it just means that some of us a little bit older a little bit more mature a little bit more self sufficient have a harder time acknowledging why Ayla was left there for so long to begin with. Why was Trista in a motel with her other child? does her family not have homes where they could have stayed? I don't know other family's ways but mine would have NEVER left me in a motel with one of my children and they would have helped me get my other child back. I am not laying blame, as said above this could have happened on a weekend visit as well ... nothing could have been done to prevent Ayla's vanishing, but what maybe could have been prevented is her abuse. Don't shoot Boo for having an opinion, we all have them we are all entitled. Ask questions, be mature about it! Don't attack! We are all here for the greater good, and that is to find Ayla not to create hate amongst ourselves.

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    13. Tammy,

      That is the difference in my opinion, you asked a question about why Ayla was with JDiP for so long. You didn't remind Trista of every mistake you think she may have made. Open discussion is good. The way it was put in this thread however was, IMO, detrimental to a woman who is clearly grieving and still has to raise her other child. How does piling the guilt back on a grieving mother show compassion. As you did, it could have been done and said alot differently and still gotten her opinion heard.

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    14. Agreed John P, not disputing that, but we all know Boo and Shannie speak there minds openly and freely. I think we should all expect that their open honesty can be .. let's just say not beating around the bush. There is no reason to kick someone when they are down, u are right there. That is specifically why we do not contribute to the "other" site. I am all for someone bettering themselves even if I wish they had done it sooner, as said above hind sight is 20/20 and there is NO reason to aim hate towards Trista at this time she is dealing with enough, I agree. I couldn't imagine the grieving and guilt she puts on herself everyday.

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    15. Thank you Tammy,

      I know that talkingshitwithbooaandshannie is the one site where no-one is going to beat around the bush. I respect them for that and I love the openness and frankness of there comments. They put it slightly differently then I do, I too use coloful language pretty much daily, but I also do exactly what Boo has beeen hollering for, I think about how what I say is going to effect the people that hear me. On thier site, they have a following, I even go read there when I need to laugh a bit. On this site, one this page, I just didn't feel she was thinking of the effects her words were having on the people who heard them. And for her to continue even after Jeff made it clear the effects, I felt was pushing it too far this time. JMO I still appreciate what they contribute to the seach for Ayla, I still respect thier opinion, just this one time I felt it went to far. That was and is just my opinion.

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    16. *one this page = on this page*

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    17. AHHH JP I love what you contribute here! It makes me think. I have even posted things and thought twice after reading your response! You are the reason I started commenting myself. I used to read and read and think of what I would say but was afraid of ridicule. I now see how I can post a thought even if it is just trying to be hypothetical to understand what the other side feels, and you will correspond why it is or isn't right. I agree with you now, that certain tounges should be left to the Shannie and Boo site where others should be left here. You are right, again! :)

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    18. II just had to go to Shannie and Boo page and apologize to all involved I get it now JP thanks :)

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    19. You honor Tammy, I didn't think my thoughts would effect a person as you say they have you. Thank you. My belief is if you ridicule, you will be ridiculed, if you show respest, you will be respected. (That is actually the nice way of saying if you want respect show respect, if you want a pissing contest, where a raincoat.) Sorry had to go there. But I would not disrespect your opinion. Each of us have our own and they should be respected, in that you are right again! :D

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    20. JP you respond to everyone here respectfully. You point out where they are right and where they are wrong and back it up. That's what makes me think and that's why I like to contribute here. We can ask hypothetical questions,we can try to put the shoe on the other foot for a day and yet we can still come up with no valid reason to support why people continue to think the Dips are innocent. You are right it should have never been about bashing Trista anymore than she already has been.

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  26. Whatever was done to Ayla was done by Justin and Courtney and/or Elisha and Pheebs. If they weren't low-life psycho baby killers, Ayla would still be here.
    Trista could have been lily white perfect mommy and that would NOT change anything. Why don't you leave her alone and stop victimizing her all over again.

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    1. Stating the obvious isn't victimizing anyone. Those are the cold hard facts. My opinion may not be popular, but I stand by it. Our choices in life don't just effect ourselves, they effect everyone around us and they sprawl out to effect even the lives of people we don't know and never will know. To say that isn't part of this case is being willfully ignorant and disregarding all the evidence in this case. Trista made choices without thought to their consequences and how they would effect her life, her children's lives and the lives of those around her that she doesn't even know. The same is true of Justin DiPietro and his cohorts. If we can be brutally honest and point out all the wrongs of The Dips and their groupies, why can the same not be said of Trista? All the faults of all involved are out there for all of us to see and I won't ignore where Trista's gone wrong and just blindly cheer for a side that also has it's flaws. There's only one person in this entire thing that is blameless and innocent, and that is Ayla. I stand only by Ayla.

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    2. Yes, Ayla is blameles and innocent. She is also most likely dead. So now what do you do? Show a re-run on all the stuff leveled against Trista in the last four months? We got that! Trista is not the perfect mom. Not anywhere near it. She woulda, coulda, shoulda done it better. Amen, sister!

      Can you, almighty maven, Boo Kat change anything in the past? I thought not!

      Ayla went missing on the DiPs control, Slutty Mouth. Deal with that.

      And you think you are on the cutting edge of discourse!

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    3. Obviously, that entire comment went over your head. Now, explain it to me like I'm a 4-year-old, how is rehashing Trista's prior fuckups within an opinion any different than page upon page rants of Anti-JDip and Co past and present transgressions? Is it a requirement to back Trista if you support for Ayla? Does a passionate hatred for and belief that Justin and his Merry Band of Mutants Family are the ones responsible for Ayla's "disappearance" automatically put you on Team Trista? I just vocalized what plenty of people have thought and are thinking themselves, but won't say for this exact reason. They get pounced on for daring to think, sorry, no...for daring to say that Trista fucked up or had any part in how things have played out.

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    4. We can be brutally honest and point out all the wrongs of the Dips because they are the liars covering up what they did to Ayla. Pointing out Trista's shortcommings is cruel to a suffering young mother who has been honest. I don't think anyone is "blindly cheering" for Trista - it's called compassion.

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    5. I could be an alcoholic, nasty person, good for nothing and pill popper and be on my way to church stone cold sober and ready to pray, when someone mugs me,kills me, and takes my only dollar ~ Does that mean that ANY of my past is part of the reason I was murdered?
      I could be the straightest, kindest person in the world and be murdered and have my three hundred dollars stolen. Does my past have anything to do with the crime commited?
      The person commiting the crime is the guilty party all on their own.

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    6. Chicky said, The person commiting the crime is the guilty party all on their own. Word.

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    7. Boo
      It must be nice to think you are so perfect that you are above everyone else. I guess someone so perfect automatically has the right to say such horrible things about someone whose life has already been torn to shreds.

      Who do you think you are?

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    8. When did Boo ever say that she was ABOVE anyone else? She's not, as she said and all of you missing the point listen up ... she is stating that BOTH PARENTS FUCKED UP both of them not just one but two. And they did! It is not lack of compassion it is stating the obvious. It isn't to be hurtful, it is to say that if things had been different for Ayla she might still be here. It is to say that if someone had given a shit before this happened she might still be here. From a legal standpoint, TRISTA should have filed soul custody the day paternity was proven! Too many what ifs, but don't hate Boo for her opinions, she is very helpful in the fight to find Ayla, and she like you and I are entitled to our own opinions!

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    9. Anon 12:00 AM, How would you know what anyone "thinks"? One might ask yourself the same question, who do you think YOU are?

      Attacks on an individual usually point to jealousy or a concern that someone is too close to the truth!

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    10. BooKat, right on! Everyone in both families played a part in what ultimately happens. It's the domino theory, if this didn't happen, that couldn't have happened. So, yes everyone had a part. Unfortunately, replaying everyone's past hasn't solved this crime. Some people are keeping secrets and sooner or later, those secrets will come out. They always do. All of the perpetrators can look at each other and wonder WHO will be the one to do the right thing. Someone will.

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    11. @yeah right I wish there was a like button here :)

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  27. Whatever happened to AYLA could have happened on a visit with Justin.
    Was it Susan Powell's fault for not getting her shit together and leaving Josh ? She knew he was dangerous and yet, she didn't take off with the kids.
    Guess she didn't have her shit together enuf to see into the future.
    Same kind of logic as making it Trista's doing that set the ball into motion.
    If only If only If only, we all have those at 3am.

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  28. It's always bothered me how Trista behaved toward Justin at the vigil just hours after finding out about the blood. She was smiling at him and seemed loving and protective of him. I will say she is immature and probably was in denial. I think she has finally accepted that he is not the man she thought he was.
    Easter Sunday I thought of my life and how fortunate I was to have great parents, aunts and uncles. Each would have given their lives to protect me and save me from anyone who dared to hurt me. I think how sad that Ayla had no one to protect her. Those who should have are the people who I believe abused her and killed her. The others are guilty of covering it up. Obviously they are a very sick bunch. Justin where is Ayla? Every picture I have seen with the two of you together shows fear. Did you enjoy seeing her scared? Did you enjoy causing her pain? Did you not realise that had you been the father who loved her that she would loved you more. Shame on you Justin. As for the rest of the family you will never live in peace. The truth will come out and one of you will crack. I wait for the day when you are all behind bars.

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    1. I too believe the reaction right after finding out is classic phase 1 of grief called denial. She simply did not want to believe what she had just heard! What I dont understand is if you acknowledge that it was denial, why does it bother you?

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    2. Yes I believe it was denial and yes it bothered me to see her being nice to him because I am so sick of woman being taken in by these losers. I wanted to slap her in the head and say wake up he is not what you think but that's me. I pray that no matter what the outcome is that Trista can get through it. I have no doubt that she loves Ayla and by entering rehab she was trying to be the best Mom she could be.

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    3. It's obviously denial. Who wouldn't want with all their heart to believe whatever has obviously happened to Ayla. I think deep down she knew he is guilty, but when he showed up at the vigil and was playing like he cared, like he was innocent, she wanted to believe him.

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  29. I have not been online for most of the day and I came on to read the comments after I was emailed by a concerned reader. I am going to address a few things here:
    1. I respect everyone's right to an opinion, even if I don't agree with it and we all need understand that it is their opinon and just as we all are free to voice ours in the comment section, so is everyone else.
    2. The name of this Blog is JUSTICE FOR AYLA, we believe that Trista is innocent and have been working with Trista's family because they have been forthcoming with answers to our questions and want the same thing we want. Our #1 goal is to bring Ayla home and to have the people responsible brought to Justice. In order to do this, we encourage all sides to participate in the discussion in order to view ALL POSSIBLE scenarios and discuss our theories. Based on the evidence provided, and so far NO viable evidence to the contrary has been provided, we do not believe Trista is responsible in any way for Ayla's disappearance. If someone wants to bring evidence supporting that belief to the table, we certainly would discuss it and investigate because if we didn't it would be a huge injustice to Ayla.
    3. I had initially hoped that all sides could come together and discuss and today the discussion has been the closest to that I have seen to date. Unfortunately, in order to get to the truth, sometimes hard questions need to be asked of both parents. Trista has answered a lot of them already. Justin has not.
    4. I do understand where Boo was coming in her initial comments, I can understand having a hard time empathizing with Trista. I just now am reading some of the later comments and I have commented on this before on another blog and I will say it here, IN MY OPINION, Trista going to rehab had no bearing on Ayla going missing. Ayla could have went missing on a court ordered weekend visit to Justin's. I do not fault Trista for encouraging them to have a relationship nor for thinking that Ayla was safe while with her father and ultimately in the best place while she got on her feet. I also have wondered why she did not go and get Ayla when she was kept from her but I also can understand how DHHS can make you think you have no rights and I can understand Trista not knowing what she legally could do. Trista did the right thing by going to the court, she also did the right thing by going to rehab to make a better life for her child. The guilt Trista probably feels for the mistakes in her life and how they led up to this situation is more than enough punishment and I bet she has been harder on herself than anyone other person has. Again, this is my opinion and only that, just as others are entitled to their own.

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    1. You wrote these things, didn't you?

      Why did Trista wait so long before going to court and demanding she have Ayla returned to her?


      I certainly think Trista's maturity level is stunted at an adolescent age because of drug abuse. I think she reacts inappropriately at times and think she either dropped out of school or had a hard time in school and comes across as uneducated. She has definitely made some poor life choices that ultimately led to the situation she is in with Ayla and think she does need to take some accountability for that and think if she wants to sue, she should sue the DiPietro's not DHS. It is her actions that warranted involvement with DHS and don't think they should be held liable. They had no reason to do home checks at Justin's because she never claimed he was neglectful or abusive. Why would she agree at the family meeting with DHS for Ayla to go to Justin if she suspected him of abusing her and why in her words "keep things the way they were" when she got out? I would never allow my child to live with someone I suspected of harming them.

      If Trista was concerned about Ayla coming home with unexplained injuries, EVERY time she went to visit him, why on earth would she not have went to the courts prior to her going to rehab to restrict Justin's visits with Ayla to a supervised setting? If she was genuinely worried for her daughter, I have a hard time understanding why she would allow Ayla to go there while she was in rehab and then allow her to remain there after she completed rehab in October. She had over a month and a half to go to the courts to regain custody of Ayla before Ayla went missing, that coupled with the her claims that Justin would not let her see or talk to Ayla would have been more reason to immediately go the the courthouse and file. Because of this, I believe there is more to this story and that DHS removed Ayla from her mother's custody and did award Justin sole custody. That would have had to of taken place in front of a judge as DHS does not have to the power to remove a child from a parent if the parent does not voluntarily sign over their rights. Under Maine Law, only the courts can order the removal of a child from their parental care even if there is suspected abuse or neglect.


      Justin stated in his first interview that he had "sole custody" of Ayla. That is not true, unless Justin had went to a judge and filed and it had been awarded to him. Trista would have been served the papers and would have been able to petition the courts for joint parental rights and responsibilities. I do not believe Justin ever filed or if he did, Trista is not being honest about that point.

      Trista never reported to DHS that she suspected Justin of abuse or neglect and if she did, the investigation had to of come back unsubstantiated.

      *scratches head* *yells HYPOCRITE*

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    2. DHS doesn't remove one child from a mother's custody and leave another. Trista reported to Ayla's Doctor she suspected abuse with Ayla's leg injury. I believe it's Justin who was not honest with his "sole custody" statement. Justin stopped letting Trista talk to Ayla after Dec. 8 - a week later she had filed for parental rights and responsibilities.

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    3. I did write the above, back when I first started this blog and not all of the information was available. Call me a hypocrite all you want but if I wanted to hide my words, I could have easily archived the blog post but I didn't. Information that was not available in the middle of February has been uncovered and thoughts have changed. The ER report as well as the report from the DR. in Portland discussing the pulled leg muscle played a huge factor as well as the discovery that Trista did in fact file with the court. These documents were released only recently.

      I also don't see how my thought and feelings have any bearing on the case other than being my own thoughts and feelings so what was the point that JSTL was trying to make? That I was a hypocrite? How does that explore what happened to Ayla? BTW, you also might want to let that blogger know that by posting my info they are violating my copyright. :)

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    4. I also wanted to add that my post was also going on the assumption that Trista had not reported Justin for possible abuse, at that time the only thing we had to go on was Trista's word however, we now have the report from the dr that saw Ayla for the Pulled Leg Muscle and it is noted that Trista had concerns that Ayla was possibly being abused while in Justin's care. DHHS had to have been notified because the doctor is a mandated reporter. It changed everything I thought about DHS and this case when that evidence came to light. The documents also backed up some of Trista's claims such as filing for custody and her reasonings and gave validity to Trista's word. We have nothing to back up any of the DiPietro's words, actually all we have does the opposite.

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    5. Anon 9:38

      Why didn't you post the date and time that J4A wrote that. You c&p'ed everything else because you know that it was writen before the evidence was available. There is the HYPOCRITE, sorry but you got busted on this one!

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    6. A lot of comments.

      What you say about how peoples understanding changes as they get more information is a very valid strong point. It is also why the Dipietro's are actively engaged in damage control.

      This isn't going to go away and everyone who invests thought and emotion eventually moves towards a nexus point that someone is going to be held responsible and go on trial.

      In that sense Trista shall have to testify and reading something like today's post should help her toughen up her skin to face down the defense attorney's wiles and wares.

      In every cloud a silver lining.
      I've had the same range of thoughts of Trista early on but they were fleeting due to my own ridiculous behavior in my twenties.

      When I indulge in my own internal level of Trista bashing it is upon the subject of psychopaths. Trista has met a psychopath.
      Until you meet one & your life is altered by them it is THEORY.
      I met one and they changed me forever so when I say to myself;
      "I wish she had never told Justin about Ayla." its just wishful thinking in a complicated world in which every one jumps down each other's throats. I respect Boo & Shannie's subject matter. Its all part of the full spectrum before the mixdown and mastering for a final chapter.

      I hope Trista IS reading because she has a battle coming up.
      All the anger guilt sorrow and longing must be converted into a firm resolution to fight this final battle in Ayla's honor with dignity and steely resolve to achieve the three components.

      Punishment
      Retribution
      Deterence

      That is why we are Ayla's new extended village.
      This matter cannot stand without those revisions.

      ----- My dissenting opinion

      OK so I'm on team Trista, shoot me already, I love Ayla. :-)

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    7. I agree on all of of what you say. Especially about the psychopath Justin. Once you meet one in real life, walking around free amongst us, not in prison as you'd expect a monster to be, you are changed forever.

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  30. I cant see why kidnapper would go there and make a loud noise,loud enough to wake a neighbor,and make a dog bark. If they did they would take off and return at another time.Seems more likely someone getting something out of the garage.Moving stuff around and something fell and made the noise.

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  31. I think you've made your point here, and I respect the fact that you've invited "the other side" to have their say. But, clearly no evidence exists that would create suspicion about Trista being the kidnapper. None. They've had their chance to put up or shut up, and they haven't produced one valid point.

    I think this blog has been beneficial to the search for Ayla. But, posts addressing other blogs or delusional nutburgers are of no help to Ayla at all. Outing internet crazies serves no purpose but to validate people who are angry at them.

    And, creating posts that lead down the path of choosing sides will only erupt in chaos. I know it's hard to keep your focus when you're being attacked, but you can do the best job for Ayla, if you stay on the high road.

    Bottom line: quit detouring on the low road. Ignore that shit.

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  32. True StacieDee! They've had their chance over n over n it's time for them to shut up. Time to only focus on finding Ayla n the evidence! The FBI AND MSP said there was no abduction PERIOD!!!!! They said the ppl in that house have not told the truth! Over a cup of her blood was found and attempted clean up/cover up. The LE is spending money that the state does not have to find her.(which I totally support) However, they aren't looking for an alive Ayla. That's because the evidence they have says she couldn't have survived the foul play she met in that basement! If they thought for one second that she was still living they would be checking places door to door not dumpsters and waterways........I'm sorry that the facts are the facts and it makes me cry to think about it.

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  33. Sadly this seems to be a discussion between J4A regulars who support Trista and a troll from an unmentionable website. I was really hoping that one of the DiPietros or even a friend of theirs would come in here and post something that would give insight into their thinking, actions. Oh well. I guess if they're guilty of a crime, they have reason to avoid public comment.

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    1. Anon 6:52AM, I would have liked that, if someone from the Dipietros had come into the discussion and told us how they feel and WHY they feel that way. But then I have to remind myself that the Dipietros have decided not to talk about the case. They aren't going to answer questions and they certainly aren't going to tell the public why they say they are innocent of any crime. We must wait for the LE to tell us what happened.

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