Saturday, April 28, 2012

What Was Found In The River?


It has been reported that a pink blanket and a backpack were found in the Kennebec River the other day. I was sent these below screenshots.



A tip we got said the items found were a pink baby's blanket and a small backpack but state police would NOT confirm that information.





So Heidi, Ayla doesn't use a pink blanket?



I wonder if the pink blanket being used in this picture by Ayla is still at 29 Violette Ave?

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  1. Hedi you liar,it looks pink to me,and it looks like Ayla is using it.How would Justins best friends Mom know what Ayla sleeps with at night,thats creepy.Do you sleep there Hedi?

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    1. Heidi, when are you going to realize that every time you repeat what Justin tells you, you are perpetuating his lie. That makes you just as culpable.

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    2. The likelihood of a 2 year old girl NOT having at least one pink blanket is garbage. If the parent didn't buy one, a family member would have bought pink blankets.

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    3. So true Bride! AT LEAST one! Most people with toddlers have an abundance of blankets. The child tends to pick a favorite too sometimes. How many other pics of Ayla have this blanket? Does anyone know?

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    4. And I was so focused on Ayla on all the other pics too. Does anyone recall a pic with a kids backpack in the photo?

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    5. The blanket in the picture could easily be Gabby's.

      I think that Heidi was probably referring to a blankie. A blankie and a blanket are two different things. A blankie is a special security blanket to which the child has great emotional attachment. Can anyone say that Ayla did in fact use a blankie? I am aware of only the doggy dadda being used as her security attachment.

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    6. I understand your thoughts about blanket vs. blankie, but in the seriousness of the situation, a blanket is a blanket. One would not deny that a child uses a blanket, just because it was not a security blankie. JMO. And technically, it COULD be Gabby's, but Ayla is definately using it.

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    7. anon 7:58, As a man, I am here to tell you I have no idea what you are talking about, a blanket is a blanket and look at the whole post at the top. Mickey Sullivan is reporting to the group it was a "blanket". Heidi is the one that changed the word to "blankie". If there is a difference then that is a classic parellel lie on the part of Heidi. Either way she is toast.

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    8. Anon 7:58 - So do you think that when the report was being written and a label added to the blanket, that the person looked at it and said "Well this blanket looks too warm and snuggly to be just any blanket, THIS is clearly a blankie". Do you realize that it's a child who chooses or does not choose a security object? Nobody can know by looking at it. You're probably talking about one of those tiny blankies sold AS security objects. But nobody used the word "blankie" except for Heidi. It was reported as being "a pink blanket".

      The thing that stands out for me in this snip is how Heidi automatically assumed it's blankie and seems to know immediately that Ayla doesn't use one. How would she know that? How could she claim to know that?

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    9. Lol John. To kids, there can be difference. Some kids have a favorite blankie, that they LOVE!

      But, your comment is very true. SHE changed the description from blanket to blankie, either innocently, or purposely (deceptively), hence the "clarification"/backtracking (she said blankie not blanket). Did she purposely change the wording, so she could later deny it? Plus, in this "kidnapping" situation, there is no difference to me.

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    10. Well said AlwaysAylasAngel.

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    11. There are also many pink blankets in the girls room under the changing table.

      At the air show, it looks like Courtney has a boys backpack that is child sized. It is blue and green with orange trim. I found them in the Facebook page on Selena's page.

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    12. Good grief, does every word someone may choose to use have to be scrtinised?
      On one blog it is Heidi's, on another it is Jeff's.

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    13. Once again Heidi misses the point. It doesn't matter one iota whether Ayla used a "blankie" or not. I don't care if it's an old white sheet. What matters is if it came from the house on Violette and is there any evidence on it! She's getting really desperate now. It reminds me of when Toto pulled the curtain back on the Wizard of Oz, "Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!" Too late, Heidi.

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    14. There was a picture of Ayla wearing a small backpack. I really think so. Gonna have to see if I can find.

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    15. There is a pic at the airshow,Courtney has a child backpack ,it maybe her sons,But maybe all the kids have one.

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    16. anon 10:46, every word will not be scrutinized when that support group stop spewing misleading and flat out untruthful excuses. It was Heidi who said Ayla didn't used a blankie, the picture proves that wrong. It was anon 7:58 that then pointed out the statement by Heidi was about a "blankie" not a "blanket". They have been clarify the spins to the statements about what was originally said since day one. I had trouble following what I was typing, how is LE supposed to get truthful answers that will help find Ayla???

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  2. How many kids don't use a blanket? I'll bet not many. Did Heidi mean she didn't use a blanket, or didn't use a pink blanket? Now did Heidi live with Justin and Ayla at Phoebe's house? How the hell does Heidi "KNOW" what Ayla used? Unbelieveable how she speaks for JUSTIN! SICK

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    1. That's what I was wondering, she's always saying things as if she would somehow know things for a fact..was Heidi living with them and there with Ayla 24/7? Did she take inventory of every item Ayla had.

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    2. No blanket in the winter time? She states it as if Ayla did not use a blanket, any blanket. And IF it is gabbys whats it doing in the river?

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    3. Good question Chicky. If it ends up being connected to Ayla, through lab testing (if it is even truly a blanket they found), I wonder their excuse for Gabbys blanket ending up missing, in the river. That Jessica! Why would she take Gabby's blanket? ;)

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    4. Yep, Kit!
      I can hear it now...

      Heidi:
      "Well, who's to say that Jessica didn't grab a pink blanket, on her way out of the baby's room, the night she abducted Ayla?? I mean, that room *IS GABBY'S*, afterall, and we ALL know Jess is the criminal-type...I wouldn't put it past her to steal some of Gabby's things, on her way out the door! Maybe she even took it SPECIFICALLY to plant in the river, later on. The Reynolds will stop at NOTHING to frame Justin! It's a Vendetta, I tell you!!!"

      Dale:
      "Did you say.. VENDETTA???? So, It's TRUE then:
      The DiPietros ARE the Sopranos of Maine!
      I KNEW IT!! D'ya think if I stay in the TLLOM inner circle long enough, I'll become a 'made-woman' as a reward for my undying loyalty to The Famiglia?"

      Heidi:
      "BACK OFF, DALE!! You wanna sleep with the fishes?? Don't test me... My husband and son are BOTH out of work, our home daycare was shutdown by DHHS, and the McMansion's in foreclosure---if ANYone is getting "made", it'll be the TUDELAS!!"
      :D

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    5. The Soprano's of Maine. Mmmmm... That explains why Justin is such a stud! ;)

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  3. I would not call that a pink blanket. It looks white with a red trim to me. I do not think if that particular blanket were found, it would be described as a pink blanket.

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    1. Oh please you must be color blind. It is all different shades of pink with the darkest shade as the trim. It is pink for sure.

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    2. I was wondering the same thing. The blanket is definitely pink in color with dark pink trim.

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    3. Gabby's outfit is White- compair it to the blanket and the blanket is PINK.

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    4. The reverse side is white, which is mostly what's facing outward in the pic.
      BUT, if you look at where the blanket is flipped up, toward Ayla's sippy cup on her left, and toward where her other foot would be next to Gabby on her right---you can SEE that the OTHER SIDE of the blanket is a quilt pattern of different light pink shades.

      And, sorry... but the blanket's trim ISN'T "Red", either.
      It's more of a dark pink, or "raspberry" color, in a complementary shade to the pinks on the quilt pattern.
      :/

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  4. The blanket is definitely pink, my daughter has the same one. It is pink and has a darker pink border. I will try to take a pic of my daughter's and post it later.

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    1. Isn't it funny how Heidi is so quick to make excuses and answer for everything that is released?

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    2. Why are they NOT concerned??? Not worried about Ayla, just the need to deny, deny, deny? Worried about possible evidence against Justin & Co., but not about Ayla.

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    3. I would bet my hard earned money, Justin is sitting right beside her feeding her his lies. And she perpetuates every single lie he spews. The blanket is definately shades of pink. Compare the shades to Gabbys pajamas and you will see that. Or do you want to call her cuffs and collar a maroon or burgandy or whatever. It is Pink!

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    4. Hey Kit, I wonder how long it is going to change all the posts from Jessica planting the pajamas to Jessica planting the blanket?

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    5. Haha. Omg. Did Jessica buy an extra blanket too, to plant?

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    6. Personally I would find it more realistic to think that Justin or any of the other Dips would be out planting evidence. When I sit and think of Justin sitting home reading everything out there I picture his smug little face laughing on the other end because only HE knows the truth. Maybe they were getting close and he wanted to attempt to throw LE off, or maybe he figured since the same area had been searched a couple times it was safe to dispose of it.

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    7. That's probably true Anon. Justin & Co. think everyone is "crazy" and "idiots", due to their theories. I imagine they only think that, because the theories MIGHT seem stupid to them, simply because they know the truth.

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    8. Anyone want to take bets on the content of JSTL'S next "Fair and Balanced" post?

      "BOMBSHELL! JF4 blogger admits she bought the same pink blanket that is now being tested for Ayla's DNA for her own daughter! Coincidence or not? You be the judge! Did you buy one, or TWO, Tori? Post the receipt! ... blah blah blah"

      LOL

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    9. Every single one of us bought the same blanket too! Wow, her imagination is failing, has been, for along time now. She just looks more idiotic all the time if that is possible.

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    10. LMAO, Nan!!
      Yeah.
      There'll be renewed demands by JSTL, that everyone under the sun produce "reciepts" for every baby blanket and/or child's backpack in their household---UNLESS their last name is "DiPietro", of course...
      Because, the DiPIETROS don't owe ANYONE an explanation, for anything!!

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    11. Love the commentary Nan!! LMAO

      VTLady, don't you just love the double standards. I had to get ome sleep last night when I saw all the BS that was being posted by the (TLLOM) anon JDiP supporters. Fresh eys this morning with the anger against stupidity. It will be a good Sunday.

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  5. yes she always has a couple reasons for any evidence found all ready,1.its not hers,2.but if it is it was planted,3.she doesnt have a blankie. How many reasons were there for the blood? I lost count.

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  6. Ayla didn't use a blanket?? What? Who's crazy? Omg! Possibly her blanket was "missing", so their explanation was, she doesn't use one? :( They could have just put a different blanket in her bed, but sometimes people say/do stupid things and overlook things during a "cover up"... Maybe on the spur of the moment, they told LE she didn't use a blanket.

    I agree, it is pink, with (different colors, shapes, flowers, and/or butterflies etc.) designs, with darker pink border. I've seen those types of blankets.

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    1. C'mon Kit, you know that is not a blanket, it is the towel they used to wipe her chin if she pilled juice from her sippee-cup. They explain everything away as if Ayla and what happened to her is irrelevant. What a joke these people are.

      I like your explaination as to why JD would say Ayla didn't use a blanket even though the pictures they released just a few days ago clearly shows she does!

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    2. Oh John! How "crazy" "stupid" of me! I thought that was a PINK BLANKET! I should have known I was hallucinating.

      I wonder how Heidi will clarify her statement?

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    3. Haven't you heard Kit, she don't have to explain because we are all crazy people living in a fantasy world.

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    4. Yup, a pink towel, and they don't have it anymore because, um , um, um, justin said so!

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    5. @JohnP:

      Your parallel lying theory about why Heidi changed the descriptor from "blanket" to "blankie", is SPOT-ON, IMHO!!

      Taking lessons from Derek's Boy Peach, there, Heidi???

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    6. Thanks VTLady, I learned from actually reading the posts and listening to the educated comments of the bloggers on this site.

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  7. Is Gabby's nose injured, if you blow up the picture? Or is it lighting/shading?

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    1. Looks like she has a cold Kit. Her mouth is opened like she is breathing from it and her nose is all red. Plus there is drool coming out of her mouth (prob teething), but making it more likely she was prob breathing mostly from her mouth. Although, that is me giving the benefit of the doubt based on a regular child in a typical family household. In the House of Horrors, you could be right that she has an injured nose. Lord knows if she did have an injury, they didn't properly take the kids for timely (if any at all) medical treatment.

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    2. Thanks for the extra set(s) of eyes. I'm probably extra harsh when viewing their pictures. Kids do get innocent injuries, and colds of course. I just get worried when I see anything questionable coming from them.

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    3. Oh, don't worry about Gabby, Kit.
      SHE is a "wanted child" in the DiP household.
      Li takes care to keep GABBY out of her brothers' way when they are angry, frustrated, fighting drunk, or high!!

      She also makes sure to tend to Gabby when she needs anything, is fussy, or wakes up crying in the middle of the night...

      Unlike, her neice AYLA, whom "wasn't HER kid" or her "problem", and therefore was left to prey to the wolves, knowing FULL-WELL what her brother would do to that baby!!
      JMO/MOO

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    4. VTLady,
      It just is so heartbreaking and sickening. There really is no evidence that Justin, Phoebe or Elisha give even, a damn! MOO

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  8. Can someone please explain why Heidi is stating the Ayla did not have a pink blanket? How on earth would she know that? Did she personally inventory Ayla's blankets? Maybe Derek inventoried them for the 25K Life Insurance Policy they took out on poor Ayla. Seriously, how does SHE personally know emphatically what color blankets owned and used by Ayla? This bitch is getting on my LAST nerve!!!!!

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    1. Justin has to be sitting beside her pulling her strings. He probably has his hands on her back doing his best Jeff Dunham impersonation. Oh dam, I just got sick thinking about that.

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    2. She's not even indicating that Ayla didn't use a PINK blanket, she is saying emphatically that Ayla doesn't use ANY blanket. Why does she feel the need to have a ready excuse for every piece of info or evidence that comes out? The ready made answers(and obvious lies) make it difficult to believe ANYTHING she says at this point. Her "one size fits all" explanations are getting old.

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    3. He probably IS pulling her strings, feeding her lie upon lie. I also wonder if she and his other groupies just make stuff up, in his defense, as they go, whether he's given them an excuse yet or not? Besides, then he can always say "I never said that".

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    4. That's true Lori.

      "Her "one size fits all" explanations are getting old."

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    5. SHE SAID BLANKIE NOT BLANKET. BIG DIFFERENCE.

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    6. Ok Anon, I answered you nicely up above!

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    7. Nobody claimed it was her FAVORITE blanket. That has nothing to do with it.

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    8. Anon 8:03, I didn;t keep my answer as nice as Kits. READ THE WHOLE POST. Mickey Sullivan reported to the group it was a BLANKET two posts later Heidi changes it to BLANKIE, that is called parellel lying if I am not mistaken? Personally a blanket and blankie are the same damned thing!

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    9. I agree, heidi was lying and she thinks no one can see this, like a child who covers their eyes and thinks you can't see them.

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    10. Oh Chicky, back on the post "Children Missing in the Middle of the Night-An Epidemic on Our Hands?", I left AH's original "story" for you.

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    11. I could not access that this evening for some reson and tried to post and could not, but i will check again. Thanks!

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    12. I found it Kit. Still wish I could remember and find where it talked about the gate had been broken before that. It must have been at the time when they said he had a hard time explaining that at the time. It was early on way before Heidis, "story".

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    13. Maybe Heidi bought Justin the same one??? LOL

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    14. IMO Good old Heidi was and IS Aylas primary caregiver! That would explain how she knows SO much about Aylas every need... Also, I can't link on phone, but Im pretty sure Jeff mentioned, maybe his post on timeline, that Ayla was given just a backpack of things to have when JD took her from Jessicas. Could this just be a coincidence? Or is this their way of disposing of anything Ayla-related and the final insult to the Reynolds?

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    15. @suspicious, it was on Jeff's "Thoughts" post. I think Kit found it first but it said it was the camel backpack that doubled as a diaper bag. Remeber it was only supposed to be for a few days.

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  9. Maybe we should ask Hedi,does anyone in the house have a pink blanket? Gabby,Ayla,Justin? she would know, she knows everything.Hedi of toilet paper does Justin use,you would know because you keep wiping his ass.

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    1. I know it was a joke, but seriously, she buys him his toilet paper, at her Tudela Mansion. She really does know how much he uses...

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    2. That's the Tudela McMansion! LOL

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    3. If Ayla didnt have a blankie,maybe Gabby did,or one they used for her doll,How would hedi know if there was a blankie in the house,Even if Ayla didnt have one that wouldnt mean anything.Hedi you cant say it had nothing to do with Ayla until it has been tested.

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    4. Turds,Dipshits,they need an endless supply of toilet paper,everytime Justin opens his mouth crap comes out.

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  10. Can someone help me out with this. I am not a local to WV, from Lewiston actually, but if I were to draw a triangle on a map with the DiPietro, Tudela, and Johnson homes as the points of the triangle, how close is the Hathaway Building to being inside the triangle? That would kinda lessen the chances of it being my nieces blanket but she does live in Lewiston.

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    1. ^your niece in Lewiston? Sorry. Not following. :(

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    2. Sorry, there is an anon on another site saying there is no way to prove the blanket is Aylas because every little girl has one. I was being sarcastic. I could have referenced any little girl with a pink blanket. But my point is, how many little girls with pink blanket within that area are now missing a pink blanket?

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    3. Well Ayla doesn't use a blanket anyway. ;)

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    4. I they did not cover that little girl with a blanket in the winter there is something REALLY wrong with them! An understatement John?

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    5. Definately not an understatement Chicky! You are spot on saying there is something wrong with them. They can say it was Gabbys' blanket, it was not a blankie, every little girl has the same blanket all they want. The bottom line is in Waterville, how many little girls had that blanket and how many little girls and pink blankets within the triangle (The Dipietros house, the tudelas house, and the Hathaway Building) are now missing???

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  11. As if yesterday's quotes weren't bad enough, today Heidi is off-the-cuff saying Ayla didn't use a blanket? That is such an absurd thing to say. If it's revealed to be an article of clothing will she say Ayla didn't wear clothes? I try to keep an open mind about all this, but her comments are ridiculous. If she truly believes Ayla was abducted why doesn't she seem the least bit concerned about what the abductor might have done to Ayla? Is she that deep in denial that she automatically refutes everything without even thinking?

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    1. SHE SAID BLANKIE NOT BLANKET. BIG DIFFERENCE.

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    2. yeah who cares there is no difference my son uses a paci (mimi, boo boo, binky) whatever you want to call it it is still a pacifier!!!

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    3. "Clarification" - Blankie vs. Blanket. *sigh*

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    4. There are three more people that commented below that you didn't copy paste your comment to. Try just reading for a while.

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    5. I agree with you too, Abby. Except I don't think it's denial Heidi is suffering from - I think her son is a criminal co-conspirator. Any parent that would trust their child to Heidi's care is a lunatic.

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    6. Anon 8:05 I'm assuming you're joking. On the off-chance that you're not, Heidi was responding to someone who used the word blanket. If blankie meant something different to her why would she respond with it? Maybe she misread and thought the woman said blankie, which is a word Heidi uses for BINKY?

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    7. ITA agree again Abby!! If the meaning, to her, is something totaly different, then it makes NO sense for her to even say it.

      "A pink blanket was possibly found."

      "Well Ayla doesn't use ___________ (fill in with anything besides blanket), so it can't be hers."

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    8. Exactly, Kit. "Well, Ayla doesn't use rollerskates, so your comment is irrelevant."

      Maybe she's insinuating that Ayla left the house of her own accord, and she would never take a blanket because she doesn't have a security attachment to one?

      Moreover, is the PINK BLANKET pictured above still at the DiPietro house OR seen there by LE OR taken by LE?
      Also, IF these items belonged to Ayla, WHY would they be apart from her?

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    9. Hedi does Ayla have a backpack? is it missing?

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    10. No, Ayla never had any type of bag/backpack. When leaving home, for an outing, they would juggle all the loose items (diapers, wipes, cups, BLANKETS, etc.). Nope, no bags/backpacks in the entire home.
      (I am kidding btw)

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  12. My sentiments rxactly. All my GD's have had their blankies.That one has a design. Maybe it was Gabby's and Ayla was allowed to use it. Or it was one Trista sent over. Doubt if they spent 5 cents on Ayla.
    Heidi, can't figure her out, just jumps in and denies.
    No one knows anything at this point.
    Does anyone have a pix of Heidi, I am always thinking of long braids and a some costume ala Alps ?
    And why is Selena coming here, no one to play with in her own yard ? Maybe she should call her sister and her SISTER should say again, who is this, do I know you ?

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    1. I don't want do post the direct link but if you go to: https://www.facebook.com/bitch.tudela and change BITCH to heidi, you can see her smug face.

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    2. I did, I went I saw, I left.
      She is better looking than Phoebe.

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    3. Much better looking than Phoebe and better looking than Selena, too. Heidi's body language sure does screams "know it all" and "controller".

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  13. I think "the dark side" is getting nervous. Darth Heidi can't keep up with the lies.

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  14. http://loyalty4ayla.blogspot.com/

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  15. The picture of Justin with the swollen face was taken where? Was it at 29 violette? In the zoomed out pic he is in front of a poinsettia plant. Very poisonous to children.

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    1. Heh.
      Poinsettia???
      The DiPs couldn't even be bothered to keep the babies safe from OBVIOUS hazards in their environment, like uncovered electrical sockets, cigarette smoke, ILLICIT DRUGS, and the self-admitted neighborhood PEDOPHILE!!

      It really wouldn't surprise me, to learn that the DiPs planted Foxglove next to the kids' sandbox, kept potted poinsettia plants within arms-reach of their cribs, AND had candy-dishes full of pills left out on the livingroom coffee table.
      Yes. They are *that stupid*.

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  16. If Heidi innocently believed Ayla was kidnapped she would not have these idiotic excuses for every new piece of information. She would not constantly be blaming LE or the Reynolds of "set ups". She would be worried for what the "kidnappers" may have done with Ayla. SHE KNOWS.

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    1. If she has money, why isn't she paying a private investigator to search?

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    2. ITA. OR, she is worried for her baby boy and what HE knows and his possible involvement. Maybe both.

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    3. B...I...N....G...O!!!!

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    4. Oh boy. Probably because a PI would wind up figuring out Justin is not so innocent, and possibly her baby boy. Who would want to incriminate their son and his bff; super close family friend?

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    5. Yes Anon 8:55 I agree. A normal response would have been "Oh God... What if the kidnapper put her in the river!? This cannot be happening poor Ayla". But instead it's a nice calm excuse and no thought at ALL that it could be Ayla. Why is that? Why is it that certain people NEVER get worried for AYLA when some of this stuff comes out? As a parent if I TRULY believe my child had been abducted I would be beside myself if anyone thought they found her item in a river. But not these guys. These are just worried about making sure Justin didn't do anything that they do not even LOOK at what is coming out. How can anyone have such little concern. I'm not asking for wild panic and drama, just.... concern...

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    6. Lori

      You are absolutely correct. That is what innocent "normal" people would think. The Tudelas and Dips are in cover their ass mode.

      As for blankie or blanket. My daughter has a pink blanket that she sometimes calls blanket or blankie depending on her mood. The wording doesn't matter. HEIDI FLAT OUT LYING is the important thing here.

      Heidi KNOWS her son (and possibly herself) are going down and she is doing everything she can to do spin control. Unfortunately for her, her credibility is ZERO and she is just digging the hole to their cell a little deeper every time she talks.

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    7. And what about Justin and Courtney themselves? Why aren't either of them asking LE to drain the water at the dam and look for evidence, why are they not asking for dive teams, why are they not on national television begging for answers??? They are ALL going down for what they have done to Ayla and/or helped cover-up.

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  17. (Sorry if this is a repeat! I've tried to post several times and my browser crashed each time. I'll try to remember what I said.)

    Since JF4 is a public site, obviously the TTLOM posters know by now that some of their screenshots are being posted here for the world to see.

    The reason HT and other members are parroting the "It isn't Ayla's, and if it turns out to be, then it's a plant" line may not be to sway anyone's opinion, but to "prove" that Heidi really thinks Justin is innocent and is not covering for her own son, since she even says the same thing
    in "private."

    Anybody old enough to remember when Scooby Doo and his gang discover the listening device the bad guys planted in their secret clubhouse, and then came up with the brilliant and totally original (LOL) strategy to proceed as if they didn't know it was there?

    They all started whispering (just enough for the bug to pick up every word) the exact location of the treasure map ... while the the pirate chest was sitting in plain sight inside the club house, all though while.

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    1. sorry, it's late here! I gotta start proofreading before I post! I meant to type "hiding in plain sight inside the clubhouse, all the time" not all though while : (

      Nan

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    2. wow Nan..Scooby doo? lol I thought CSI was bad. lol

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    3. @Nan,
      you make an apt (and perfectly legitimate) analogy, about TLLOM possibly using their known "mole", as a way to spread their silly propaganda, while trying to maintain the illusion of being unconsciously observed.

      It doesn't matter *one bit* that you're using a Scooby-Doo cartoon plot as the basis for comparison---your point is a valid one!!

      @Selena:
      STFU and leave Nan alone.
      She shows more genuine concern for YOUR "abducted" grand-neice, Ayla, than you EVER have. Or will.

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    4. AWESOME! I think a CARTOON crime SHOW starring a DOG is PERFECT for that GROUP! LMFAO

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    5. Who cares what analogy is used. You're correct suspicious, Scooby-Doo is perfect for them. They might be better able to understand, rather than use an adult show/analogy. Ruh-Roh.

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    6. Excellent analogy Nan, and spoken in a language JD and Co. will understand (cartoon).

      Selena, this is all just too funny for you right, how about showing half the concern for Ayla that any of the LADIES on this site show for her. Oh but wait, you would have to start caring in the first place.

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    7. Thanks for coming to my defense, guys! : ) But an attack from Selena does NOT bother me in the slightest, especially since I tailored my "Scooby Doo" analogy just for her.

      My original post was to compare TTLOM's oh-so-obvious ploy to pretend they don't know screenshots of their "private comments" are being made public to the famous quantum physics phenomena of how a particle acts one way when it's unobserved, then very differently when it's observed ....

      but then I thought "hmmmm, Selena will be reading this" and figured an experiment most people probably learned about in high school might be a tad over her head, so I dumbed it down a bit just for her.

      I'm just grateful my cartoon analogy gave her something more appropriate to laugh at this time, other than the usual topic that sets her off into a fit of LOL's ... which is her missing niece.

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  18. I cannot believe this woman runs a daycare.
    Does anyone REALLY trust her with their kids.

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    1. I wouldn't trust her with my pet rock.

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    2. ^ like

      I heard that her daycare is going down the toilet. The site that has her daycare on it(for advertisment purposes), has hateful comments posted about it.

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  19. Heidi is on things, like a fly on shit. You’re right, how would Heidi know what Ayla has or didn’t have. Riddle me that Heidi. I don’t know if we should believe that a pink blanket was found or not…since it is stated to just be a rumor. Unless the blanket information was released, by the person who discovered the blanket?

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    1. Well according to Dictionary.com a BLANKET is blan•ket
       ˈSpelled [blang-kit] Show IPA
      noun
      1.
      a large, rectangular piece of soft fabric, often with bound edges, used especially for warmth as a bed covering.
      2.
      a similar piece of fabric used as a covering for a horse, dog, etc.
      3.
      the chief garment traditionally worn by some American Indians.
      4.
      any extended covering or layer: a blanket of snow.
      5.
      Printing .
      a.
      (in a press for offset printing) the rubber-covered cylinder to which an inked impression is transferred from the plate for transfer directly to the paper.
      b.
      (in a press for letterpress printing) the resilient covering on the cylinder against which the paper is pressed in printing.

      A BLANKIE IS DEFINED AS-

      Main Entry: blankie
      Part of Speech: n
      Definition: a child's security blanket
      Example: We had to pack the blankie for the car trip.
      Etymology: 1921
      Usage: informal

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    2. But I agree..Heidi did change the word.

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    3. Oh Miss Heidi. "Doth Protest too much". So quick ro rebut without one care in the world for precious Ayla. You run this TLLOM scam and hope that this will show how great Justin is and how proactive he has been yet you close off membership? Don't worry huney-bunches, I see ALL!;)) Everyone knows Justin does NOTHING.

      I am sick of your lies Heidi. I am sick of you pretending to care for Ayla only to make sure your pathetic offspring stays out of jail. You have slandered Trista and misrepresented the truth at every turn until LE contradicts you.

      Since you seem to want to be a star and have tried to blackmail Peter Hyatt as well as other supporters of Ayla, you will be the focus of my next article. Working on it right now.:)))

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    4. Can't wait to read it.

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    5. Looking forward to it WIAJ!

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  21. In the beiginning of this case a witness mentioned seeing Justin at the bar he works the night beofre with ablanket in the back seat of his car. Im not sure where I read this .Does anyone else rememebr reading this...Maybe this witness can tell what color the blanket was.

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    1. On thursday Feb 9th at http://seamusoriley.blogspot.ca
      "Bath Salts Cause of Violence" there is a comment from "Vitak" referencing a post (copy and pasted) from an article in the online sentinel. This references a person getting into JD's vehicle and seeing a "Baby Blanket". No description (color) was stated.

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    2. Great catch and memory!

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    3. Great catch to both of you. And thanks for posting it here since we know MSP has people reading the blogs, I am sure they have spoken again to this person!

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    4. I would like to add that I posted the above comment at 1:46 am this mourning not 10:46 pm yesterday hmmmmm.

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    5. Is this normal here It is 1:03 pm right now?

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  22. Is it fair to scrutinise every word someone says?
    On one blog it is Heidi's, on another it is Jeff's.

    Thanks for the info about the items found.

    Since pink blankets are so popular there has to be something different about this one that makes MSP feel it could be related to Ayla.

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    1. Ya, because it WAS IN THE RIVER??
      Dah..,

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    2. The blanket BEING in the river, by itself, is actually a very good point.

      It's a pretty weak assertion to state that the pink blanket "could be ANY child's".
      Yeah. It "could"...

      But, honestly, HOW MANY pink baby blankets do you figure get lost on the Kennebec river annually?
      I mean...this isn't a "towel" or a "flip-flop" that's been found; it isn't an object associated with boaters or swimmers.

      How many parents who live nearby a river or stream EVER remember losing a "baby blanket" in the water?? How about losing one in the water during the winter/early-spring months???
      NOT MANY, I'd guess!

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    3. If the blanket had blood on it, that would be suspect.

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    4. Not really Voice of Reason. Pheebs could have cut her foot "down" in her house and accidentally stepped on the blanket. Then on her way to the laundry mat, a heavy wind swept through her car and the blanket ended up in the midst of the Kennebec, never to be found until recently. Seriously. Don't you people think?

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    5. LMAO Bride, you have such a "fantastical imagination". I was also thinking if the blanket was in a purple backpack, that may have also led LE to test it.

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  23. So I guess that unmentionable website that is not TLLOM has been removed or taken down. I hope it is gone forever. Maybe it's just my Internet connection, but I think the site has been taken down by Blogger. NickSmith
    PS the site cannot receive new blogs!

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    1. Don't you love that the blogger bitched and lied about Jeff's website going down, but this is the THIRD time the Blog from Hell got shut down. She tries to pretend it is of her own doing lmao. That is if you believe ANYTHING she says.

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    2. So true Bride. I hope it stays down, but it seems to be getting more common for it to shut down and come back up, so I won't keep my hopes up.

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    3. I hope someone got snapshots of her posts. From what I heard, everytime she went down, when it reopened there were major changes to the content of the posts. Then again, maybe LE just got sick of her lies and LE had blogger close it for good. God, that would be just too sweeeeet!

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    4. Hmmm, maybe some of what Lies has been saying has caught up with her. Or I am wondering if it is even possible that the items found are significant and Lies some how knows this or thinks this? I don't know? I think she has never been down very long, so we should have a idea soon.

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  24. Just curious here but some people write TLLOM and some write TTLOM - is the latter a typo or is the second T for something else?

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    1. This Little Light of Maine

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    2. Also known for it's real name:

      This Little Scam of Mine

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    3. Lol. Or This Little Cult in Maine.

      I think Shannie & Boo came up with that one.

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    4. I actually did wonder too, why some people use two T's (TTLOM), instead of two L's (TLLOM). I know the true meaning so I never asked.

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    5. Guilty as charged. I'm dyslexic and have a hard enough time typing let alone keeping abbreviations straight. : (

      In the future, I'll just refer to Heidi's group as TT for "The Tudela's," since it reminds me so much of a reality show where the stars "unrehearsed" secret conversations are being broadcast to the world as they oh-so-innocently pretend the cameras aren't filming every single word.

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  25. IF Heidi BELIEVES Ayla was abducted, why is she so sure items found in the river are not Ayla's? Normal reaction would be being scared for the baby and praying it isn't Ayla's. She is working from a defence angle. Her explaining why the blanket cannot be Ayla's is strange. Any baby blanket found in a river could be connected to a kidnapped baby, and anyone who believes a baby was kidnapped would know and believe that.

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  26. I love how NO ONE on TLLOM seems capable of grasping the simple concept that rivers and streams are *CONSTANTLY MOVING* bodies of water..

    Just because a specific "stretch" of river has been searched previously, does NOT MEAN that if something turns up there LATER, it must have been either "missed" the first time due to inept searching, OR "planted" in that stretch of river "recently". At all.

    These items could have been dumped up stream in a CONNECTING body of water to the river---not even into the river ITSELF---and have just finally made their way down to the location they were retrieved from.

    And, NO, it doesn't mean that these two objects were the *ONLY ONES* disposed of together, either!
    OTHER objects may have found a clear path and already washed through, or become MORE entangled in debris, and still be lodged further upstream...

    You also have to consider--in ADDITION to the unknown debris an object might encounter, and currents at varing rates of speed---the properties of the objects THEMSELVES!

    An object's buouyancy, drag, and aqueous permeability, PLUS it's overall size, will be *big contributors* to where (and WHEN) it will finally end up.

    To suggest these are "suspicious" finds, and may have been "planted", is a display of complete ignorance..as well as ARROGANCE.

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    1. Amen VTLady! At TLLOM they do not seem to think first before they shoot from the hip. This may also have been stuff that was thrown at that spot, in a bag with weights. The bag may have torn and things are now just coming to the surface. The possibilities are endless, if a person takes the time and thinks about it first.

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    2. Exactly! And, good point about a weighted trash bag ripping, btw...

      The possibilities for "how" these items could be found on a stretch of the Kennebec that's previously been searched, are endless...

      Yet the ONLY explanation these myopic bitches can see, is the ONE, extremely far-fetched possibility, that ALSO happens to support their EQUALLY far-fetched "custodial-abduction" scenario??
      Wow.
      This reads like a text-book example of the principle: "Commitment To An Assertion"!!

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    3. I think the downpours we had last week definitely stirred things up.

      We haven't had much precipitation since December.

      A lot bodies of water were low. Add in heavy rains, things get moving.

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    4. Great points VTLady!

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    5. About a year ago a man named Richard Lemont went missing in Phippsburg maine. He was a very good friend of my family. His body did not turn up right away and when it did it was a mile or so from where he fell of his boat. I am not saying Ayla is deceased I am just agree that things do take awhile to surface and when they do there usually not in the same spot.

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    6. And we cannot forget freezing waters recently melting as a contributing factor as well. The smaller streams and any standing coves or inlets could have recently thawed allowing the items to finally reach the slueceway. ITA way too many variables for this to be considered suspicious odd-hand.

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    7. Excellent post, VTlady!

      Nonsense, I'm so sorry about your friend. The wait to find out what happened must have been excruciating for your family and his.

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  27. Sticks and Stones
    May break my bones,
    But Heidi's one dumb cunt.

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  28. After reading all of these comments, I'm almost starting to get the feeling that Ayla was used as an expendable OBJECT in an effort to receive money. IF they felt that she wouldn't be missed because mommy was in rehab or out of her mind, then they could have hatched a plan to make money off of her. Well they were wrong! This case is turning into one of the most expensive in the history of the state. The absolute horror of the thought tears me up.

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  29. how does anyone know that it is ayla's blanket? hello, there ARE 2 babies in the pic.......

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    1. Hello??
      There were still "pink blankets" in the DiP household, regardless of which baby-girl "owned" them.
      :/
      Are you suggesting that IF the blanket found is proven to be "GABBY'S pink blanket", we can all dismiss the find as "unrelated to AYLA'S disappearance"??

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    2. Yes VTLady. It would be perfectly normal for Gabby's blaket to be in the river. It's just a coincidence that Ayla was "kidnapped" from the same house. Don't you throw and/or lose pink blankets in the river, ALL the time?

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    3. You caught me!
      When it's time to dispose of household bedding, children's backpacks... or, even used motor-oil: I head right down to the river!

      I mean, why the hell would I go thru the hassle of donating usable items to the GoodWill, or *PAY* to dump trash at the landfill, when there's a *perfectly clean* river I can pollute, for FREE??
      ;)

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    4. I am glad I do not live near VTLady. ;) j/k

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  30. Was the blanket in the backpack?

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    1. When it was found? I haven't seen any reports of it being either in or out of the bag/backpack.

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    2. Neither have I, Kit..

      It stands to reason, though, if you have multiple items to dispose of, and ANY of them could FIT INTO the backpack, you'd consolidate by stuffing it inside..

      Is it possible that if the blanket WAS NOT found within the backpack, that OTHER items were, and LE has chosen not to disclose this fact, publicly??
      :/

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    3. I'm not sure that it's been confirmed that the items even are a blanket or backpack. Does anyone know how the source of this information would know? If that was posted and I missed it, sorry for asking!

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    4. That's true VTLady. Why would the backpack be empty? Unless it was somehow opened (out in the elements), within the past 4 months, and items came loose/fell out. Now I will be wondering what, if anything, was in the bag...

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    5. That's true Anon. It hasn't been confirmed, by LE. We are pretty much just speculating. Also discussing Heidi's comment of Ayla never using a "blankie".

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    6. You are correct: It has NOT been officially confirmed that the items found were a blanket and child's backpack.

      And, as far as I know, the journalist has NOT revealed the source of the info that he tweeted.

      This is all just speculation.

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    7. Hopefully if that is what they found,and the blanket was inside the backpack it may have protected some evidence.I just found another pic of Ayla,and a pile of Blankies,at least one is pink.So there are blankies in the house.

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  31. I remember posts of a 'rumor' from back in February saying there was supposedly a tip in regards to 3 men being seen on the corner of Violet & Cool street with a baby wrapped in a blanket. Another was someone saw Phoebe hand a baby wrapped in a blanket to 3 men in a white van. With there being a mention of a 'blanket' back then and possibly a blanket being found - it might be time to revisit those 'rumors.' Could the 3 men be Justin, Lance and Heidi's oh so innocent son?

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    1. A commentator upthread also brought up a post made at one of the online news sites, about a coworker of Justin's (or Lance's?) seeing a baby-blanket in the back of Justin's car, right around the time Ayla was reported "missing".

      I also remember rumors that a baby's CAR SEAT was pulled from the river, in Waterville, but never hearing anything about it since then.

      IIRC this was back in late February..No official LE announcement followed, leading me to believe it must have been determined "unrelated" to Ayla's case.

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    2. HA HA...."Blog has been removed"...

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    3. VT Lady,

      Do you have a link for the article regarding the car seat discovery?

      Thanks.

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  32. Also, in MY OPINION, Mickey Sullivan is a fake profile for the LIES blogger.

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    1. I've believed that for a while too. Whether a fake profile for LIES, or just a fake profile. It is not the real persons profile at facebook. The person behind the Mickey profile also likes to dig into peoples personal business. Pretty much the same as LIES.

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  33. I found the car seat in back of the wtvl playground next to the river,and a towel,I was walking my dogs, it had been there a while.It had tree pollen from the trees on it,I didnt think it had anything to do with Ayla,but didnt feel right not reporting it.It was tipped over and I couldnt see in it,and didnt want to touch it to so I reported it,An officer came right over to look at it,I went last week to walk my dogs and it is still there.They never told the media,so that tells me they know what they are looking for,what may be trash and what may not be, Because the things found in the river were reported to the media,that worries me that they maybe related to Ayla.

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    1. sorry that is Messalonskee stream not a river.

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  34. We don't know what was actually even found in the river, but clearly it was alarming enough that a lay person felt the need to report it to LE. In turn, LE thought it was important enough to send to the lab for testing. WTF? Do these people have more than a second grade education?!! Do they actually have something besides a lump of coal where their heart should be?!! The point is, if you are a family friend or girlfriend who loved Ayla as a daughter, why aren't you upset these items were found regardless of what they are? Why the need to come up with a defense and dismiss a potential lead?

    Well it upsets me, Ayla. I'm sorry you had to stay with these awful people and now be further trashed by their Mansonite followers. Prayers for Ayla~

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  35. The pink blanket in the photo (called the "lady bug blanket", as it has lady bugs on it when opened up) was originally Lilly's, and Jessica wanted Ayla to have it. Trista gave it to Ayla when she went to Waterville to visit on 11/3/11.

    This lady bug blanket is among the items that Trista has been asking about since week one.. Having only MSP to work with, she has been told that a photo of a "pink blanket" over a radiator in the DiPietro's basement (along with the purple cameo bag) is in state's evidence. We do not know if it is the lady bug blanket in the above photo.

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    1. Sorry Jeff, if I am misreading your comment I apologize. Is it the photo proving the DiPietros had the items or the actual items that are in MSP evidence control? The way I am reading above, they only have the photo but not the objects?

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    2. Same question here, they found the photo of the backpack and the blanket, but not the backpack and the blanket themselves ? Or they didn't tell you ?

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    3. John P, Liz; No backpack.. Purple cameo bag and a pink blanket.. and Trista said it is a photo of them. She does not know if the items were processed and returned to the DiPietro's.

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    4. Jeff, please, PLEASE pass on to Trista all of our love and concern. As a mother and grandmother, my heart is breaking for her. She must be frantic right now!!!

      Thanks so much for all you do. We are all praying fervently for her and your entire family.

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    5. Jeff, this must be tough on Trista. Please let her know that I am praying for her and little man as well as your whole family. What she must be going through weighs heavy on my heart and I think and pray for her every day.

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    6. OMG Nan- we must have been thinking the same thing at the same time- I really did not intent to copy your post.

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  36. Could someone please post a link for the article that gives a physical description of the items discovered? Thank you!

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  37. Also, where is Trista quoted as remembering these articles?

    Did she send them with Ayla or were they provided to Ayla by Justin or his family?

    Can someone post a link regarding Trista's statement?

    Thank you.

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