Thursday, May 17, 2012
What is the Relevance?
When I posted earlier today about the anon comments, I was only going on gut instinct that the anon was someone who knew the parties and was telling the truth about Justin having a son. Shortly after the post went live I received an email from Jeff that MSP did confirm to them that Justin does in fact have a son, meaning that Ayla has another brother, the woman's name was provided and the information that she has in fact filed for sole custody of her child, wants Justin to have nothing to do with him and that paternity has been established via a paternity test and a child support order was issued. MSP looked into this during this investigation, why would they waste time on this if this information was not relevant?
I was attacked earlier for bringing this mother and child into this. I have not named any names even though I have the ability to do so. If someone chose to sleuth this information, it is likely that they will not get very far. In order to search vital records, you would need a name or at least a date of birth. We don't know if she had the birth announced in the paper but without any names or dates, there would be a lot of announcements to go through and Maine Medical Center requires a password chosen by the parents to access the info they have on record for any births at that hospital.
I posted this because this information is EXTREMELY relevant to this case and anyone who says it isn't is in denial or just pissed that another skeleton from the DiPietro's closet of horrors has been exposed. Justin claimed he was being a responsible father by wanting to be in his daughter's life, he did not want to deprive her of a father. Well, what about his son? He claims that he bought life insurance for Ayla because he was doing the responsible thing for her. Well, why not also open a life insurance policy for your son? Justin's whole "poor me" defense that he was only trying to be a responsible, loving father goes right out the window.
Justin supporters have attacked Trista for having another child so soon after Ayla was born, Justin also had a child right after Ayla was born. Justin cheated on his girlfriend who was pregnant at the time with Trista. He also cheated on Courtney with Trista. What does that say about his character? Did Courtney know about this? Did she know about his other son? The one he doesn't see? What makes Courtney think that Justin would be a suitable father to her son? He has shown he is an awful father to his own two children. He doesn't see one and the other one mysteriously goes missing in the middle of the night after shedding her blood in the basement and having a life insurance policy taken out on her life. What makes Courtney think Justin has not or will not cheat on her? You know what they say, "Once a cheater, Always a cheater"
Trista was criticized for not telling the world that her fiance was in prison, why didn't Justin tell the world he has another child that he has nothing to do with? Why doesn't the mother of his son want him to have anything to do with his son? It seems pretty harsh to deny your child their father because you were upset that your boyfriend cheated on you so I am inclined to think that there is more to it than that. Trista has said that Justin is verbally abusive and has a short temper, is that why this other mother wants nothing to do with Justin? What could have happened that she would deny Justin access to his child?
Another reason this information is relevant is that Justin claims the only reason he just now was in Ayla's life was because he was not aware of her existence. Making a statement like that, leads someone to think that if Justin knew about his child he would step up and be in their life. Well, he knew about his son so what was his excuse there? All of Justin's supporters have been quick to say what a great father he was to Ayla but how was he as a father to his son? Actions speak louder than words and Justin's inaction speaks volumes.
"Justin had found out that he was a father when Ayla was 7 months old," Harry wrote. "He never
even knew Ayla was on the way, so he didn't get to meet her when she was born. When he found out
that he had a child, he was happy to be a Dad and he tried to learn things quickly."