Saturday, March 9, 2013

The Fullness of Time

Over the course of the investigation there have been a lot of theories about what happen to Ayla. I do not believe Ayla’s death was premeditated, despite all the evidence of possible abuse by Justin prior to Ayla being reported missing. I contend that it was an accident, either of circumstance or neglect and that Ayla lost her life in the DiPietro’s home.

Maine State Police walk a fine line between what they can, and can not safely release to the public without jeopardizing their investigation. We may have an idea where the investigation is leading without the benefit of all the evidence, but If we take a step back and review what has been released by MSP, a pretty clear picture presents itself. Without the addition of wild speculation or assumed motivations the facts released by MSP speak volumes. It has been said that the devil is in the details and this is a good time to address some of those now.

The Blood:

Early in the investigation Justin reported that he was shown "a few drops" of Ayla's blood. Recently, Bourget said "The DNA was a match to Ayla, but it wasn't necessarily blood". So how many drops of Ayla's DNA was found on the Dipietro's property?


Suffice to say the amount of blood was significant enough along with other evidence to merit hundreds of thousands of dollars in expenditures searching the vicinity around the Dipietro’s house with cadaver dogs and divers risking their lives in icy waters to find her remains.

So lets just agree that It is "highly unlikely" that the Maine State Police is searching the rivers and woods of Waterville for Ayla, because of three drops of "not necessarily blood".

The Kidnapper:

Stephen McCausland said that "Abduction is no longer a part of this investigation. We have grave doubts that an abduction took place and there is no evidence to support it", but Justin Dipietro continues to say that a kidnapping took place. Police spent more than two weeks searching for and removing evidence from Dipietro's home and not a single piece of evidence supports a kidnapping. 


This is where a lot of the speculation surrounding this case has it's root. The kidnapping scenario supporters will say that because there is no evidence doesn’t mean it isn’t possible, but what they really mean is that it is just as possible as any other scenario that has no evidence. Put another way, kidnapping has the same probability of being true as alien abduction or divine rapture.
  
Supporters do not have the support of evidence to discredit MSP and their conclusion that abduction did not take place, so their only recourse is to attack those that believe MSP by debating timelines, doctors’ appointments, and retractions, but what else can they do?


Trista did not abduct Ayla and anyone who says she did is blowing smoke up your....  MSP has said: There is no evidence to support it and abduction is no longer a part of their investigation

No Arrest:

So with all the evidence against a kidnapping why hasn't anyone been arrested? Who do you arrest? You cannot arrest everyone that was in that house that night without seriously raising the risk of jeopardizing your case for Ayla.

Reasonable doubt alone is grounds for acquittal, so as long as they continue to try to mislead investigators with their lies it could be any one or combination of the three, and LE "has only have one chance to get it right". At this point the Maine State Police cannot save Ayla, the best they can do is to continue their investigation and seek justice for her and her family. Patience is their weapon and time is their equalizer.

Hope Springs Eternal:

We hope that every word from misguided supporters that hold Justin and company up as victims’ twists and carves it way into their deceitful hearts.

We will let the courts decide justice for Ayla. for now, We are content to believe that every day is a prison for the three that were in the house that night. The uncertainty of not knowing when the police will show up to arrest them keeps them up at night and we hope that every sleepless moment for them brings them the torment that they have inflicted on others.

We also hope they come to realize that the only relief available to them is to come clean with the truth and unburden themselves of the pain they have earned with their silence.  Because in the fullness of time there will be a reckoning and they will be made to pay for what they have done.

139 comments:

  1. Here is a case that give maybe a bit more insight on how the MSP deals with things. (Sorry, I can only access the mobile site at this time. I hope it works.):

    http://m.keepmecurrent.com/sun_chronicle/news/article_fe9cdafc-404c-11e0-8e6a-001cc4c002e0.html

    You can Google Ashley Oulette of Maine & find out a lot of details. There were 4 people plus Ashley at the home she was known to be. Ashley Ouelette was found on a road, she was gone. The police know who did it but the problem is that there were four people in the home. No one has spoken up. :( So, with four people being in the home & no one exactly to charge-LE has not pressed charges even with a body & cause of death.

    I think MSP is slow but sure. Kind of like the turtle and hair. I believe that LE will this race. But they want a "slam dunk".

    BTW, this happened in 2001.

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    Jeff-I'm very sorry for all that you & Ayla's family has endured. You will be in my prayers.

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    1. Sorry meant will WIN this race.

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    2. Rose City, OregonMarch 9, 2013 at 9:29 PM

      Is anyone familiar with the Juliette Geurts case?

      http://www.justiceforjuliette.org/

      Even with the child's body, law enforcement did not make any arrests. The problem is that there were three individuals in the home the night Juliette was brutally assaulted. FINALLY four and a half years later, (after a lengthy petition by the little angel's family), a grand jury convened and handed down indictments to Juliette's egg donor, and her boyfriend. Now, imagine how difficult it must be for law enforcement to make arrests when they have yet to find Ayla? Thank you, Jeff for sharing this information with us. Your dedication towards justice for your granddaughter, Ayla is truly humbling to me.

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    3. And with Courtney studying law Im sure she knew of these cases and knew that if they all keep quiet charges wont be brought becuase LE and MSP will want to have a full proof case before arrests will be made. These are truly pathetic people, they will get theirs. I only hope that someone will speak up. . .

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    4. was Courtney studying law, or is that something you just made up that will now be passed off as fact?

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  2. Jeff, I always appreciate your posts and what you share with us. I especially appreciate your candor, when you have no obligation to tell us anything at all. While there are probably plenty of people who will have negative things to say about your post, only you can know what you've heard, what you've seen, what you know and what you have determined from that information.

    I have always believed that Ayla did not walk out of that house alone. The LE says that it is unlikely that an abductor went inside and took her out. They believe that there was no abduction from the evidence they have gathered inside that home, so much so that they changed the investigation from a missing person to a criminal investigation. I am sure that the LE does not do that lightly or without solid proof (no evidence of an abduction). While they may not be able to name suspects, or state outright that Ayla is deceased, they are certainly doing all they can to continue to bring this case to a close. Given the above, it has been my opinion from the beginning that what happen to Ayla, happened inside the DiPietro home. I may only be making assumptions from the evidence presented, but the three adults (and most likely Phoebe and Lance, as well) know if that is the truth, and know what the truth truly is. For as much as I have seen people state their belief that something bad happened to Ayla in the DiPietro home, I would have expected to see the three adults in that home say something. I've always found their silence to be quite telling.

    I am sure that Ayla will have justice. There are too many good people who are praying for her to have justice, from all sides of this case. We can hope that when LE is ready to make arrests, that someone will speak up and do the right thing by Ayla (even if it is only to save their own skin). There are strangers out there doing more for Ayla than we see any of the DiPietro family do for Ayla.

    Someone knows the truth, they know what happened, they know where Ayla is RIGHT now.

    To the person (or people that know), You know what happened to Ayla, the Police know what happened (from evidence collected), now do the right thing for Ayla and JUST TELL the TRUTH! You may think you have gotten away with it, but you haven't. The LE won't stop until they find out the truth.

    Then all you will hear is, KNOCK, KNOCK, KNOCK. - KJ

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    1. I hope they go to hell the people that did this. the poor little girl did not deserve what happened to her. god plz catch the people that did this

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  3. I am aways left with more questions.

    I was reading on U4A.

    On there it is says (hopefully I remember right) that Justin went out to go get some wine & other stuff at 8PM 12/16/11. Courtney was left home, in the basement to watch her son & Ayla.

    What time was Ayla said to have gone to bed that night? ( I don't remember). Who put Ayla to bed? Was Elisha home at 8pm?

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  4. I'm so very sorry Jeff. Take care of yourself, this kind of thing can affect you physically.

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  5. I don't know what happened to Ayla, I'm not certain of that. I am one who believes that she could have been abducted, even with everything MSP has said.

    I do hold the paternal family as victims, until I know for certain what has happened to Ayla.

    One thing I do know, without a doubt, is that I do NOT have a deceitful heart.
    One can only have a deceitful heart if they know what they are saying, doing or believe is untrue.

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    1. Anonymous.... I could never see the paternal family as victims. The only victim here is Ayla.

      The paternal family are adults who can't even speak up for their granddaughter. Kind of sad and pathetic.

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    2. Anonymous 9:34

      To each their own. I don't have a problem with how others feel.

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  6. Is this the post everyone was waiting for? Or is that still going to be done on Sunday?

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    1. http://united4ayla.com/the-kidnappers-a-fairy-tale/

      Perhaps that is what you are looking for.

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    2. Read it good Obscure. Elisha stating that the window was unlocked and it was always locked. . . untouched dust and debris on the windowsill. . . more lies. Elisha stating that LE never fingerprinted the windowsill. . . . but Im sure they took pictures and Im sure those pictures were part of the evidence shown to Trista. . . You had to lift and pull Ayla's door open. . . someone would have heard that. . .and Ayla certainly couldn't have opened it herself. . .

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    3. You got that right Anonymous 8:42 AM

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    4. How do you know Ayla was in the bedroom with the door closed?

      This is how it works:

      1. Jeffrey or Trista introduces a piece of information.
      2. Some people construe it to mean something damning to the DiPietros.
      3. Jeffrey or Trista stand by and fail to correct the people who have misconstrued the information.
      4. Jeffrey or Trista claim to have been confused, mistaken, or mislead; then they issue a retraction in which they blame Justin's supporters for having been the source of some kind of misinformation to begin with it.

      It's a cycle. It happened with the broken arm. It happened with the child support. It happened with the missed doctor's appointment. It happened with the bath salts. It happened with Phoebe's gun. It happened with the trip to Portland.

      Some of your eyes are wide the fuck shut, yet you have the audacity to call someone naive.

      Jeffrey is telling everyone what time it is. The clock is broken.

      Spring forward today (by the way).

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    5. Obscure, it was stated very early on in the case that the "story" by the three adults that were in the house the night/morning of Ayla's disappearance was that Ayla was tucked into bed in the bedroom she shared with Gabby at 8:00 pm. Gabby was later removed by her mother, leaving Ayla alone in the bedroom.

      On your own blog, it was discussed that the girls could not leave their bedroom without an adult coming to gey them. So, has the story changed since then?

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    6. .....coming to'get' them.....

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    7. You are lying anonymous. Please link me to where it was discussed that the girls couldn't leave without an adult coming to get them.

      The only discussion similar to that had to do with the baby gate, when people assumed it was used in front of the girls' room.

      Link me, or refrain from blatantly lying. No story changes over here. You have me confused with someone else *ahem Jeffrey ahem*

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    8. http://juststopthelies.blogspot.com/2012/08/babygate-talk.html

      Anon8/27/12, 8:40 PM
      The girls could not get out of their room on their own. Selena is correct. Like in many homes whether because a child is in a crib, there is a gate at the door to the room or the door to the child's room is closed and the child can not open it the same is true for their room they could not get out on their own. They needed an adult to come and get them. Hope that helps.

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    9. Exactly, as I said. Notice the title of the post is BABY GATE TALK. Thanks.

      And again, who said the door was closed?

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    10. http://juststopthelies.blogspot.com/2012/08/babygate-talk.html

      Anon8/27/12, 9:44 PM
      @Anonymous 20:53
      So if I post my name is it then not hearsay? Aren't I still an unknown to you? Just some friend who has information because I know the family, has been to their home maybe. How would my name mean anything to you? How would that make my words not hearsay? Anyway for what its worth yes some doors can be opened by a toddler I agree but theirs could not. And you may not know for sure Ayla's disappearance occurred that night but they do.

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    11. I guess I stand corrected. So then, Jeffrey really released no new information?

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    12. You accused me of blatantly lying. I stated: "On your own blog, it was discussed that the girls could not leave their bedroom without an adult coming to gey them. So, has the story changed since then?" Excuse me, WHAT exactly did I lie about?
      Where did I ever write anything about the door being closed? However, it is pretty obvious, (to me, anyway), that the individual who posted on your blog implied that the door was closed.

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    13. Im going to say that the door was more than likely closed. . . these people don't sound the the type of people that would have left the door of the bedroom open so they could keep an eye on a child that Justin was worried that someone was going to take. And Obscure I think the dust and "dirt" not being disturbed on the sill is definitly news. . . Elisha opened her mouth about that awhile ago, LE never finger printed the sill. . . the window was unlocked. . it was always locked before. In other words no one took Ayla out the window. Obscure you "blog" if you can call it that is in need of you.

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    14. Is this how we're operating here now? Since you said it, I guess that makes it true? Okayyy.

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    15. But, Michelle that was the DiPietro family defenders' reason given that Ayla could not have possibly gotten up in the middle of the night and fallen down the basement stairs--she couldn't get out of her room by herself. Remember Angela Harry's "story" which included the part, (paraphrased), about the baby gate being put up each morning? Weren't you yourself commenting during the "Babygate" discussion on Obscure's blog back in August of 2012? Would you like the link to the "babygate" discussion?

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    16. The part that got me was the "has the story changed." No it has not, and if you found that to post then you already knew that.

      Still, I ask, how do you know the door was closed? Jeffrey did not say that it was, but this is an assumption by you and whomever else that will soon be put out as fact.

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    17. Elisha said the TABLE underneath the window was not fingerprinted.

      Be careful, you have a knack for taking things out of context.

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    18. She added there are some aspects of the forensic investigation that her family feels were incomplete.

      "There were things they didn't fingerprint in (Ayla's) room that we felt they should have," she said.

      DiPietro said a table that was located directly beneath the bedroom window wasn't fingerprinted, along with other pieces of furniture.

      She said the family learned that the window to Ayla's room was unlocked the night of her disappearance.

      http://anonymouse.org/cgi-bin/anon-www.cgi/http://www.onlinesentinel.com/news/aunt-says-she-took-polygraph_2012-05-05.html

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    19. Obscure, FYI I did not make the comment, AnonymousMarch 10, 2013 at 2:57 PM. My initial comment was, AnonymousMarch 10, 2013 at 1:57 PM. In response to that comment, you accused me of lying. Again, I never stated that I KNEW that Ayla's bedroom door was closed. I did write: "However, it is pretty obvious, (to me, anyway), that the individual who posted on your blog implied that the door was closed." I have not discussed anything that has to do with Elisha or a table.

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    20. Okay, so I guess I'm talking to two different anons? LOL One of you stated those things. No worries.

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    21. For the record, I never mentioned anything regarding Courtney and a law degree either. Cheers.

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  7. I'm not saying it's impossible but I do find it very hard to believe there was an abduction if the FBI said there wasn't, MSP said there wasn't, blood found in the home, and the Ayla's maternal side saying there wasn't an abduction.

    Even IF there was an abduction the chances of the abducted child being alive at this point are slim to none.

    Do I want to believe Ayla Bell is alive? You bet I do! But is there any - ANY reasonable theory to bypass what the FBI, LE, the blood in the home, and Ayla's maternal family has to say???

    I want to believe she is still with us, but unfortunately, I just don't see it. I wish I could.

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    1. ChickenLittle, a lot of people feel as you do. :(

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  8. Heartbreaking and fustrating! Im so confused and sad! Hang in there jeff! Your doing your best. Thank you for sharing what you can.

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  9. And yet another question.

    Is this possibly why LE has NOT declared Ayla deceased??? :

    (From U4A) :

    "The only saving grace for Justin and company is that if the blood involved happened over a period of time, as there is no way to determine the age of blood..."

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    1. I tend to disagree with that..as Ayla was put in the Dipietro home for only 59 days. How many different times, or how many days could poor Ayla of bled in that house?

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    2. It would only take one injury. My point is LE can't prove the age of blood. It could be days old-it could be a month old.

      A claim could be made that she had bloody nose, a cut lip, a stubbed toe, etc, etc, etc all on different occasions.

      With that & *IF* the blood evidence is the main evidence pointing to her "demise" - with out Ayla's remains-maybe LE is reluctant to turn it into a homicide investigation officially???

      Why do that in this case when they have everything they need to investigate the case as things are.

      Just guessing here. A lot of "assumptions" to go with this line of thinking. But to me, I think it's why.

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    3. Chickenlittle... but was there blood found from Gabby or Aiden? After all, if it is so common for children in that household to bleed (cuts, etc) surely, there would be there blood too. After all, Ayla was only there 8 weeks, how long has Gabby lived in that house? How long has Aiden visited that house? Do they not stumble, fall, get cut feet, hands, knees?

      How much of the blood found was Gabby or Aiden's? - KJ

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    4. Well since you're asking, I'd say about 1/8 of the blood belonged to Gabby & Aiden.

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    5. AnonymousMarch 10, 2013 at 2:32 PM, source please? Link please?

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    6. Link, no link... since everyone is just assuming, I though I would too.
      No problem with that, right?

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    7. Anonymous... I wasn't assuming that Ayla's blood was there. The MSP stated that Ayla's blood was found. I wonder (and I know I will not get an answer) how much blood of Aiden's and Gabby's was there. I only wonder this, because it's been stated by many that children bleeding is common. Since Aiden and Gabby spent much more time there, was there blood found too? - KJ

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    8. MIM,
      The cooment that I was responding to was about Gabby & Aiden's blood, not Ayla's.

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    9. AnonymousMarch 10, 2013 at 3:48 PM, thank you so much for admitting, (in a roundabout way), that you were just making chit up for kicks. By the way, the MSP actually confirmed that Ayla's blood was found in the DiPietro home--it is not an assumption. KJ, no matter what people say, while it may be an occasional occurrence in SOME households for children to bleed and leave unknown traces of blood around, it is by no means normal. There is also the fact to consider that Ayla was only living in the DiPietro home for a mere 59 days. One must also consider where the blood of Ayla was found in the DiPietro home. I do thank you for being a voice for little Ayla.

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    10. Ok, fair enough. I wasn't assuming their blood was there, either. It was stated by some that support the DiPietros that Ayla's blood was just a few drops. Many stated it was pretty common for children to get cuts and have blood show up in a house. So, I asked... was any of the blood found Aiden's or Gabby's? After all, they have been in that house (at least Gabby) longer than Ayla. Wouldn't it make sense that their blood would be found too? - KJ

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    11. Anonymous 5:06.... exactly! - KJ

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    12. Reply to Chicken Little's comment: "It would only take one injury. My point is LE can't prove the age of blood. It could be days old-it could be a month old.

      A claim could be made that she had bloody nose, a cut lip, a stubbed toe, etc, etc, etc all on different occasions."

      These may or may not be fair assumption the blood, it did not come from a simple cut. If the blood patterns showed certain maneuvering, it could rule out an ordinary household accident. And remember the 59 days. How many different accidents do you suppose a single child would have in that time frame even if the blood evidence supported a possible accident theory?

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    13. part pf reply cut- If the blood spatter report is true, the blood could not have come from a simple cut. If the blood contained tissue or saliva, that would suggest something other than a simple cut. If the blood patterns...

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    14. MIM,
      No you were not assuming their blood was there, I was. :)

      anonymous 5:06,,
      Yes I know that MSP confirmed that Ayla's blood was found in the home.

      I'm going to make another assumption. It's very likely blood from everyone living in the DiPietro home was found.

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    15. Anonymous at 5:14 & 5:16:

      Excellent point about the reported blood splatter. I had put that phrase out of my head.

      And now I'm again wondering why LE hasn't changed her case to a homicide status.

      Although I think they have made it clear that they don't believe Ayla is with us. I have to trust LE in their statement as difficult as that can be.

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    16. MSP has NOT said anything at all about blood spatter. That word was used in 1 MSM article, and in the article it was attributed to a "source".

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    17. ChickenLittle March 9, 2013 at 10:30 PM

      And yet another question.
      Is this possibly why LE has NOT declared Ayla deceased??? :

      (From U4A) :
      "The only saving grace for Justin and company is that if the blood involved happened over a period of time, as there is no way to determine the age of blood..."

      M-I-M March 10, 2013 at 12:43 PM... but was there blood found from Gabby or Aiden? After all, if it is so common for children in that household to bleed (cuts, etc) surely, there would be there blood too. After all, Ayla was only there 8 weeks, how long has Gabby lived in that house? How long has Aiden visited that house? Do they not stumble, fall, get cut feet, hands, knees?

      How much of the blood found was Gabby or Aiden's? - KJ
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      Chickenlittle and KJ...My question to that would be, why have we heard no explanation from the DiPietro's on the blood that was found? Yes - children get hurt all the time. No - children do not lose a troubling amount of blood all the time. If LE came to my house and used luminol in my grandsons bedroom they would find cleaned up blood. The difference is, I could tell them exactly when and how it happened. I have emergency room records to back it up. I have witnesses to back up how he was hurt and that it was an accident (he was a little monkey jumping on a bed, he fell off and bumped (actually cut) his head). No, there is no way to gauge the age of blood but there should be a readily available, plausible explanation for the blood if it is there innocently. It does not appear to me that MSP received a plausible explanation. The public certainly did not.

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  10. Load of crap. I'll be waiting for a post that calls Trista exactly what she is. So much for not attacking. I was hoping this blog was really going to be different. It's not. It's just another place for Jeff to tout his wares. If Katie isn't going to be able to keep up maybe someone else should step in? It would be nice to hear from both sides oddness of just the one.

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    1. "tell me more" why don't you tell us more...and exactly what she is (in your opinion)...you seem to have a number of them (opinions) so please...don't hold back.

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    2. "tell me more"..you have a keyboard please tell us what you believe Trista is..or maybe you are waiting for this post to tell you what Trista is:
      Trista is a grieving mom whose beautiful daughter most likely lost her life at the paternal home.

      And as far as hearing from "both" sides..i am sure Katie is quite capable of posting her version of what she believes happened to Ayla..so you may want to ask her if she will be posting soon.

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    3. tell me more.. Just because you don't like what Jeff has to say, or the way he says it, does not make it a "load of crap".

      Tell us what you think happened to Ayla. Where is she? Who took her out of the house without disturbing any of the dust on the window sill? Did they tippy toe through that small house, without any adults hearing them and disappear into the night never to be heard from again? What is your theory? tell us. That is what this forum is for, all sides.

      Instead of calling Jeff's thoughts a "load of crap" how about telling what you think happened?

      I know I'd love to hear it, because I'm a pretty logical being and so far, Jeff's theory sounds pretty plausable to me. Oh, don't get me wrong, I would LOVE to believe Ayla is alive, well and out there somewhere. But seriously I highly doubt that with what we have heard from the MSP.

      Now, if the DiPietro's would speak out about what they think happened, perhaps I could have another viewpoint to consider. They refuse to do that. Which just adds to my logical thought process that they are hiding something. - KJ

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    4. tell me more, when was the last time Ayla's Aunt Elisha said anything publicly about Ayla?

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    5. tell me more, when was the last time Ayla's Grandma Phoebe said anything publicly about Ayla?

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    6. tell me more, in case I missed it, would you kindly tell me when Ayla's father's girlfriend, Courtney Roberts has EVER spoken out publicly about Ayla? After all, she was reportedly in the home when Ayla disappeared. Oh, and if you happen to have any current contact with Courtney, would you please tell her that there are several people who would love to hear her version of the events on the night/morning of Ayla's disappearance? Thank you in advance for your help!

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    7. Obscure... Sometimes I confuse myself. You are not alone. - KJ

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    8. Tell Me More,
      If you do have any contact with Courtney would you please let her know that there is at least one person who thinks she is very wise in not making public statement. She would only be further ridiculed, harassed and defamed by a very insensitive and hateful public.
      All she needs to do is look at all that has been said about Ayla's family members.

      Hmmm I think the last time Elisha spoke publiclly about Ayla she was called a liar and defamed all over the internet. So how would that help Ayla in any way? It sure didn't the last time.

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    9. You are correct, anonymous. It doesn't do any good. The only people who feel a need to hear from them are the people who won't believe them anyway. Courtney is smart to keep herself and her child out of the public eye. She is helping and that is all that matters. Whether a dozen people on the internet believe it or not doesn't matter.

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  12. My thoughts... There have been many cases where either the police, or the court of public opinion, or both, have been sure the parents are guilty. There are missing children right now, besides Ayla, where that is happening. There are past cases where it happened, only to find the parents were innocent & they were telling the truth. I guess that's what drives my choice to see this differently, and to hold out hope that Ayla is somewhere out there, and that her dad, aunt, grandmother, and caregiver aren't the terrible monsters so many of you think they are.

    I can assure you that I do not feel this way because my heart is full of deceit. That implication from you makes it seem like you think we all came together and have made a decision to lie to the world, and that would mean that we're in on the big secret. Please, tell me that is not what you meant, because that is a very big implication you're touting there, Jeff.

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    1. Michelle,
      I think what it makes all of you are naive. You can't ignore the evidence, and if you do, than you are doing Ayla a disservice. IF Ayla was truly abducted, and the paternal family truly believed such abduction happened..... They would be shouting from the roof tops, begging said abductors to please bring her home. They have not done this. NONE OF THEM! You can come back at me with all they have done behind the scenes, how they helped put billboards up, how they have posted fliers and mailed fliers and blah blah blah....... The fact is, if any of us were in the same situation, We would be out there, talking on camera, our families would be out there begging for them to bring our sweet Ayla home. They are dirt-bags who have decided they are more important than that beautiful little girl. And how any of you can stand behind them says something about your character. Because it's one thing to say you hope and pray Ayla is alive, it's quite another to support those who caused her harm.
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    2. Norma i totally agree with you..all the behind the scenes actions the Dipietros..mailing fliers and such is only hearsay, and then i would wonder how much of their time did they actually spend doing that?
      And Michelle you only need look in the newspapers or online to see how much abuse in every sense of the word, is given out to children all over the world. There are actually monsters out there that do horrible unspeakable things to children everyday.
      To believe that Ayla was abducted and is still alive, is very telling of you. You dont want to believe that anything bad happened to sweet Ayla..i admire that in you, but at some point you must start having some doubt about it, even if you dont want to admit it.

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    3. Michelle is not wrong or naive for having an opinion!!!

      She might see things a lot differently than me but does that mean she's wrong? No!!! Does it mean I'm wrong? No!! Everyone has an opinion and opinions are all different.

      I wish I could be as hopeful under these circumstances. Hoping for the best is sometimes a good thing.

      Do I agree with Michelle's opinion? Maybe not. But I respect it.

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    4. Thank you, chickenlittle...very much!

      To the others, most of the "evidence" is hearsay & rumor that you believe. As for the flyers & behind-the-scene awareness campaign... Since I'm actually a part of it, guess what? I can say *unequivocally* that it IS happening. For me, that isn't hearsay.

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    5. Norma, I just want to add one more thing. Throughout this case, I've heard SO many people say "well, if it was MY DAUGHTER, I wouldn't do that, I'd do this" toward Trista, and so many of you said "HOW CAN YOU SAY THAT? YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOUR REACTION WOULD BEEEEE!" So now I come to you with that same reply to you. How do you know what you would do. Have you ever had a child go missing? Do you have his personality? Do you even know Justin at all?

      And, just to throw this out there... I temporarily lost my child once. So many scenarios went through my head for that 2 hours that you would not believe. My body was operating from a place it has never been. I cannot even explain it. So, really...you have no idea what you'd do in their shoes until you're there. That goes for Trista as much as for Justin, in all fairness.

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    6. Justin has not allowed any of the public to know him. So one cannot expect the public to be very sympathetic to a man who has not publicly pleaded to the "kidnappers" to bring his daughter home. Many can tell me what they THINK Justin is, but I would rather hear it from Justin. I don't expect to hear anything directly from him. People who won't talk are usually hiding something. And it's my opinion that he is hiding something. And it's been over a YEAR now, Justin should be past the panic stage and able to SPEAK UP. - KJ

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    7. "IF Ayla was truly abducted, and the paternal family truly believed such abduction happened..... They would be shouting from the roof tops, begging said abductors to please bring her home. They have not done this. NONE OF THEM!"

      AMEN, Anonymous 9:39

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    8. Michelle I would be curious to know exactly what you did when your "child" went missing, please share. . . oh and good for you that you got your "child" back. That isn't the case for the Reynolds family. So sad.

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    9. Justin has asked the abductor to bring Ayla back. Elisha has said they just want her home and they love her. Phoebe has said they love her and want her home. All publicly. Did it bring Ayla home?? Nope. Show me where and when a child was brought back because the parents begged the abductor. Anyone who knows anything about finding a missing child, and I do know, knows that awareness is important. Getting their face in as many places as possible. It only takes one person to see her. One person to make that call. Ayla deserves more than declarations of death from her "step grandfather". There is not one time that LE has said publicly that Ayla is for certain dead. Wonder why that is? Wonder why good old Steve would have positive things to say about their meeting with Justin and family and no reaction to the meeting with Trista? Does this sound familiar to anyone? Long before all of the evidence was processed this is how the Dipietros were handled by MSP. Evidence has had time to be processed and evaluated, seems to me that MSP may have changed their outlook a bit. Seems so to much of the public also. The people who post here on u4a and various other pages insisting that Ayla is dead make up a very small piece of the public. In fact, it's mostly the same people hopping from page to page. I know for a fact there are a lot of people who believe that Ayla is alive. I know this because my inbox is filled with requests from people all over the continent asking for awareness items. Asking how they can help. Don't be fooled by the handful of people who post here or elsewhere. It's not the majority. They're just louder because everyone else is busy working to bring Ayla home. I don't care if Jeff, kj or anonymous whomever didn't believe that Justin works hard at bringing his daughter home. It doesn't change what he's done and doing. My problem with Trista is her willingness to give up. To look for closure. I won't quit on Ayla. Just like I won't quit on any other missing child. They deserve to be found. No if, ands or buts about it.

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    10. tell me more, when was the last time Ayla's father, Justin DiPietro, said anything publicly about Ayla?

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    11. excellant post. early in the investigation LE thought they had a slam dunk. after processing the evidence the picture has changed. they are clueless. phoebe is the key piece of the puzzle. jeff, was Ayla's winter coat missing also?

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    12. MIM,
      Perhaps you can tell me how many intentionally kidnapped or abducted children, have been returened to their parents because said parents and/or relatives pleaded for them to??
      That is a serious question.
      I have serious doubts that it has ever occured.

      I'm not implying that should stop Justin or Trista from trying, just that I tend to feel those efforts would be useless in that regard. I think it is highly unlikely a kidnapper is going to bring Ayla back becasue her parents are pleading for them to.

      Of course I think it is important to keep Ayla's name & picture in the publics attention for as long as possible. Be it through national media, local media, billboards, flyers, and video's.

      I personaly can not fault the DiPietro family for not doing national media, becasue I have serious doubts that I could do so.
      Would that mean that I don't love or care about my child or her well being? No answer required, I see how you and many would classify me.

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    13. Anonymous 3:11, when was the last time Ayla's maternal family said anything other than, she's dead? When did they start saying it? Week one. That's when. Long before any evidence was released. When did Trista beg publicly for an abductor to bring her baby back?

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    14. Anonymous, I'm not sure why you need to know, but I am happy to share. And no need to put child in quotes. He's not imaginary. He's my son.

      One day I was leaving my inlaws' house to run some errands in town, along with dropping off my daughters to a weekly function they attend. My whole family was there, and we were saying our good-byes. I noticed, as I was leaving, that my youngest son wasn't at the door waving like usual, but I figured he was occupied. I drove to town to do what needed to be done.

      During that time, one of my errands was the cell phone place, to fix my phone. It was off for the whole time until I got back to my car. I noticed I had a voicemail or 3, so I listened to them. While I listened, my husband called, so I took his call...especially since I had heard the first message asking if our youngest child had gone with me. I told him he hadn't & my husband said he couldn't find him, had been looking for him close to an hour, & was getting ready to call 911 since I didn't have him.

      My brain just wanted to explode at that point. Inwardly I was freaking out, but trying to keep it together. I somehow drove my girls to my mother's house nearby and then checked the back of my car just to make sure he hadn't climbed in there or something. I didn't find him, so I headed home. My husband had called 911, and a local MSP k9 unit came to see if they could locate him. They followed his scent through the woods where he had gone earlier, but couldn't find him beyond that.

      As I drove, my mind went in 500 directions.... Wild animals, abduction, drowning, lost in the woods, and if abduction who, why, and the rest I just shut out completely. My brain would not go there. I tried to pray, but it just came out in sobs & "oh God, please no." Even now I have tears as I recall all of it.

      At one point, it seemed like hours, but it was only an hour or so, I had this feeling that I needed to check the back of my van again. I pulled over, lifted the hatch, and this time I moved a blanket to the side. There was my boy fast asleep. I grabbed him & hugged him, sobbing on the side of the road. We must've made quite a picture. He woke up and said "mumma, I'm sorry. I just wanted to go with you. I just wanted to go with you." He thought he was in trouble.

      I'm not sure how this can help, but it did help me to empathize on some level with Ayla's parents. Saying it's a horrible feeling to lose your child is the understatement of the year.

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    15. Tell me More,
      Your post wasn't visable when I wrote mine, (not to me)
      I ask the same question. How many children have been returned becasue their parents begged for them to.

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    16. tell me more, why would Trista beg for an abductor to bring her baby back? I am sure that MSP informed Trista very early on that her baby was not abducted. It is only the DiPietros that want people to believe their "story" of an abduction.

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    17. "Perhaps you can tell me how many intentionally kidnapped or abducted children, have been returened to their parents because said parents and/or relatives pleaded for them to??"

      Anonymous 3:21... Unfortunately, I cannot tell you as I have no idea. And frankly, I do not think the pleadings are as much to the kidnappers as they are to the child missing (so they may see them).

      My efforts to get Justin, Elisha and Courtney (as the last people to see Ayla before she disappeared) to speak out more in public is so that I, you and others can form their own opinion about "who they are". I've seen other parents, who's children were kidnapped on the news and it does give the public a sense of what is truth.

      Now according to those who support the DiPietro's it has been said that Justin does not care what the public thinks. That's fine, he is free to feel that way. If he thinks public opinion doesn't count for much, I'd say he was wrong. But it's his right to decide that. On the other hand, I have the right to my opinion that a good, loving, caring father who thinks his child is abducted would move heaven and earth in a very public way to find her.

      I've seen others say that a person cannot possibly know what they would do in the same situation. I don't believe that. I think many of us know, if not exactly what we would do, we know roughly how we would act. If my child were missing, you would see my face on every media outlet that would hear me and I wouldn't quit until my child was found. Ok, so some don't believe I would do that, good for them. They aren't me.

      And I'm not Justin. But in my opinion, Justin's public actions look more like someone hiding a secret, not a father who thinks his daughter has been abducted. Hiding a secret, oddly fits with what the professional investigators believe too. - KJ

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    18. "to speak out more in public is so that I, you and others can form their own opinion about "who they are". I've seen other parents, who's children were kidnapped on the news and it does give the public a sense of what is truth".

      I agree!

      I saw Justtin in a few interviews, and it did help me form an opinion of him. My opinion wasn't that he was hiding something though.

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    19. Anonymous 5:09... I did not see his interview. All I have done is read about them. Of course, I also remember all the "no comments", "couldn't be reached for a response" (when media tried to reach Justin) on many of the interviews and articles that Trista did.

      So, my opinion of what I've seen and not seen of Justin, isn't very good. I wish I had an opportunity to know him better. Perhaps the chance to see what those that do know him see, but I haven't. - KJ

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    20. KJ, The fact that Justin waited so long to make an inital public appearance in the media was disturbing to me. It is common knowledge--as touted by missing persons organizations and missing children advocates--that the best thing that a parent could possibly do is to try to speak out in the media as much as possible about their missing loved ones. All of the fliers and other modes of outreach pale in comparison to even a few minutes on television. I believe that Kyron Horman's mother and father are a testament to that fact. Oh, and Desiree Young has stated publicly that she believes that her son, Kyron is likely dead; that hasn't stopped her from desperately trying to find him. The person in that case that has remained silent is the only person-of-interest, Terri Horman. Yet, she has a small group of supporters too who continue to insist that she is looking for Kyron behind the scenes. Sound familiar? Hasn't it been almost a year now since Justin has even spoken Ayla's name publicly? That speaks volumes to me.

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    21. I have come across a few that stated Trista couldn't be reached also. She no longer will do the interviews she is offered, per Jeff. So does that make her an unloving uncaring mother?

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    22. Of course not Tell me more, it's a good thing. :)

      I have to be fair though, Trista did do a lot of interviews, and I do give her much credit for that.

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    23. Trista didn't stop doing interviews until LE convinced her that Ayla was most likely already gone. No one could look at her face shots of agony and not realize she wanted her daughter back. And even today, she probably has a sliver of hope. The evidence given, the lack of anything coming from Justin, Elisha (who lawyered up) and Courtney doesn't leave much room for HOPE. IMO

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    24. My problem with Trista is her willingness to give up. To look for closure. I won't quit on Ayla. Just like I won't quit on any other missing child.

      Easy for you. You aren't Ayla's mother. You don't live the pain every day that she lives. Willingness to give up? Do you think she wanted to give up? Hell no. She would give her life to have her daughters life back. She didn't give up, the authorites gave her enough evidence to come to a conclusion that to continue to be hopeful is only to prolong the pain. this is not at all what Trista wanted. She told Justin what she wanted long before Ayla disappeared, she wanted AYLA BACK. He refused. Now Ayla is gone.

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    25. tell me more, Trista has been in the public's limelight speaking out for Ayla, organizing events, and holding vigils until her recent meeting with the MSP in January. I suspect that the update from the MSP eliminated any remote possibility from Trista's mind that Ayla would be returned to her alive. Not only that, but her stepfather, Jeff, continues to speak out for Ayla on Trista's behalf. How does that compare to Ayla's father not speaking out for his oldest child for over a year?

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    26. chickenlittle.... Your comment above "March 10, 2013 at 10:47 AM"

      "Michelle is not wrong or naive for having an opinion!!! She might see things a lot differently than me but does that mean she's wrong? No!!! Does it mean I'm wrong? No!! Everyone has an opinion and opinions are all different. I wish I could be as hopeful under these circumstances. Hoping for the best is sometimes a good thing. Do I agree with Michelle's opinion? Maybe not. But I respect it."

      RIGHT ON! - KJ

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    27. If I were guilty, I would keep my mouth shut like Justin, Elisha and Courtney, too.

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  13. Michelle, "There have been many cases where either the police, or the court of public opinion, or both, have been sure the parents are guilty".

    So I assume you know how many of these cases have involved a “troubling amount” of blood and other evidence that an abduction did not take place?

    The deceit is not believing a kidnapping scenario, but knowing it is wrong and allowing people to think it and perpetuating the deceit like the Dipietros continue to do to appears as victims.

    If the deceived cannot distinguish themselves from the deceivers, It is not my place to fix their twisted minds.. so for those who took offence to "deceitful hearts", today is not your day for an apology.. and tomorrow does not look good either.

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    1. Jeff, on February 13 you wrote on U4A:

      "But if you only want to listen to what MSP tells you.. why are you here? I’ll tell you why..You want answers and you what justice for Ayla. Nobody has all the facts, not even MSP or an arrest would have been made months ago."
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      Yes...I want answers and I want justice. But there is nothing irresponsible for valuing the words (as scant as they are) from MSP. And since you and Trista get the majority of your information from MSP and share these details on a blog, I find your comment confusing.

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    2. Don't worry, I expect no apologies. I don't understand where your pompousness comes from. I wish you could tone that down a smidge, in order to attempt to understand others. I mean that respectfully & kindly, which is supposed to be the tone of this blog. I wish everyone would cleave to that.

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    3. I, too, support your position, Michelle. You have been nothing but kind and civil, and you are entitled to your beliefs.

      I recall that Jeff recently told you to cling to your hope...but expect to be disappointed. Now those that refuse to give up hope have "deceitful hearts"????

      You don't have a deceitful bone in your body, Michelle. Those that are familiar with your posts know this.

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    4. Thank you, mckee. You are sweet to say that, and I feel exactly the same about you.

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    5. Certainly Jeff should not have to apologize for telling it as he sees it. We don't know all he knows, we haven't been shown what he's been shown.

      If Jeff feels this, "We hope that every word from misguided supporters that hold Justin and company up as victims’ twists and carves it way into their deceitful hearts." based on the information he has in hand, so what? He has every right to feel that and to say it.

      Anyone who would take exception to his feelings, must also take exception to those who share their feelings about Trista. Feelings are just feelings, we all have them and we should all be able to share them. That's what an open forum allows. Jeff told us that he feels that those who support the people, who he believes killed Ayla, are deceiving themselves. If he is right, he is correct in those feelings. If you feel he is wrong, his feelings should not effect anyone but himself. - KJ

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    6. Like it or not, there is a group of people who are deceiving themselves. That's the truth. Who that group is, will reveal itself when the truth finally comes out. - KJ

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    7. KJ, you are absolutely correct and Jeff is absolutely correct, there is a group of people who are deceiving themselves, and it is sad that Ayla's life had to be sacrificed for their lies. Our hearts & prayers go out to you Jeff and to Trista and family. Never waver in your faith and struggles for justice for Ayla! As I have said before , we walk beside you.

      Glenda & Conrad

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    8. Jeff always remember that there is more good in this world than bad. . . the people who are out there calling the Dipetros victims are part of the bad. Anyone that doesn't realize that Ayla Bell "Reynolds" is the victim here falls on the part of the bad in this world. It is absolutely clear that whatever happened to that beautiful child happened in that home. . . they should be ashamed for not speaking for Ayla, but instead defend the W3 who are not speaking the truth. . . Keep strong, the day will come. AYLA WILL GET HER JUSTICE AND THE W3 "WILL" PAY FOR THE PAIN THEY HAVE CAUSE AYLA AND YOUR FAMILY!

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  14. KJ...this is what I take issue with. In response to Michelle stating that she is going to remain hopeful (for some, this is a personal act of faith), Jeff replies:

    Answers For AylaFebruary 25, 2013 at 8:07 PM
    Michelle, good advice, hold on to what you believe in the light.. but I can't promise you that I won't let you down.
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    Now, those words are in sharp contrast to Jeff's most recent comment those that hope (perhpas beyond hope) have "deceitful hearts" or a secret agenda to muddy the case.

    Just what did Michelle say to deserve such a reply? That she has faith and hope? Is that so dangerous, reckless and threatening? It is HER personal belief, and she should feel free to express it.



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    1. McKeeKitty... what I see here is two people with opposing views stating them to each other. Each feels as they do and honestly stated it. One doesn't have to agree with it and anyone is free to state that they don't. I can understand both feelings and both responses.

      Better to get one's feelings out there than to hold them inside and let them fester.

      I guess I don't see in Jeff's response whatever it is that you see. To me, it looks like he is saying "keep your faith, but don't be surprised if it's not the way it works out".

      Certainly no one's faith or hope is dangerous or threatening to anyone else. Although, I can understand Jeff feeling that those who continue to give Justin support and reasons to be silent could be lengthening the time it takes to end this. But, I have faith the LE will solve this puzzle in time. Hopefully, in short time. - KJ

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    2. Jeffrey now has a public defender.

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    3. No, just a friend. And isn't that what we all want? - KJ

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    4. If it's fine by KJ, it should be fine by everyone else!

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    5. KJ, Obscure resorts to personal, verbal attacks whenever she gets frustrated. There is a pattern with her MO. Please don't take it personally. You are spot on in your thinking.

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    6. You are welcome! ;-)

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    7. Haha.. I just tell it like I see it. I don't always see it correctly. No one had to agree with me or my point of view.

      Perhaps I was being a bit of a defender, but Jeff is a friend. I think lots of people in the case have had their defenders. Though, Jeff certainly does not need defending, nor does his opinion. It's his, he owns it. - KJ

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    8. Michelle;

      http://juststopthelies.blogspot.com/2012/04/birthday-wishes-for-ayla.html

      Chances are, Ayla is not having a happy birthday at all. She is either dead, or being hidden by God knows who. She is not spending today with her mother, her father, or any of the extended relatives who love her.

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  15. KJ...I was referring to Jeff's comment from the above post: "We hope that every word from misguided supporters that hold Justin and company up as victims’ twists and carves it way into their deceitful hearts."

    It is clearly not in keeping with his "hold on to what you believe in the light..."

    You and I may not always agree, KJ, but it will be a cold day in hell when I accuse you of having a "deceitful heart" because of our differences.

    PS: I don't think a blog is going to delay justice. I'm sure the DiPietros' lawyers have advised their clients to remain silent this past year. Does it make me angry? Sure. But as long as they are communicating with LE, I'll have to live with it.



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    1. mckeekitty, you obviously have this extreme hatred towards Jeff for whatever reason. Every opportunity that presents itself for you to try to make Jeff out to be a bad person, you are right there with your digs. I am glad to see that Jeff is smart and mature enough to ignore you, which I am sure you hate. Why don't you take your issues up with Jeff personally?

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    2. "Hatred" is a strong term. "Distrust" is more appropriate.

      If you are comfortable with how information on this case is dispensed, well, you hit the jackpot with Jeff. I, however, am not comfortable.

      Let's see...911 calls, phoebe's gun, more than a cup, the Portland trip, recovered blankets, 30-40 photos, a non-disclosure agreement, Ayla DEFINITELY going missing on December 17, etc. Where does ALL this information originate from? Jeff.

      When LE reveals that everything Jeff has said is true and accurate, I will issue my apology and fully expect Jeff to tell me to go fuck myself. And I'll understand.

      But I'm leaning towards the sentiment of a couple of others...unless it is said by LE, it is all hearsay.

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    3. McKeeKitty... Right, a blog isn't going to delay justice, but there are thing said or not said that can speed justice up or slow it down.

      I can't know the emotions that Jeff feels when he writes what he does. I also see many other put emotion into their writing. It happens. I guess I over look some of that and try to keep my eye on other things.

      People can call me whatever they wish and I just don't let it get to me. I can't, or I wouldn't be writing anything.

      I've always maintained that I don't know what happened and I try understand others viewpoints. I won't call anyone names, because I have no idea what will turn out to be truth. But I do feel we are entitle to say what we think and sometimes, that will cause some conflicts since many believe different theories. - KJ

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    4. KJ...a healthy debate is never a negative.

      You are in a tight spot. You and Jeff are friends. Katie is in a tight spot. She and Justin are friends.

      I know I won't find the truth on a blog. And neither does LE.

      You and I agree on the most essential parts of this case...that LE is building a case on the perp(s). It may lead to Justin, it may lead to Trista, or it may lead to Joe Shmoe.

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    5. McKeeKitty... ok, I just have to know, who is Joe Shmoe? ;) (j/k)

      Absolutely agree, a healthy debate is never negative. I don't feel like I'm in a tight spot. I'm just stating what I think. I am eager to hear what Katie says, too. I hope she doesn't feel like she's in a tight spot because she supports the DiPietros. She shouldn't. After all, I thought the point of this blog was so that all could come together?

      I'm sure there are some truths on a blog. Maybe the blog won't solve this crime, but I'll bet you the perpetrators of the crime are reading.

      I like reading all sides, I do. I like hearing other people's opinions and viewpoints. - KJ

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  16. "I don't care if Jeff, kj or anonymous whomever didn't believe that Justin works hard at bringing his daughter home."

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    I don't care who doesn't care what I think. I still think it. I find it hard to believe that Justin is working hard to bring his daughter home and no media is reporting it. Since the "kidnapper" is not communicating with Justin (I assume), his only way to communicate with them would be media. He isn't doing that. Oh, and saying it once in public.. not enough (in my opinion). But only I care about my opinion. - KJ

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  17. Anything that anyone has said LE or Detectives have told them I take with a grain of salt. Who is Jeff that LE will tell him something that should be held in confidence, unless they want to confirm that statement to the public.They know from past experience Trista or Jeff are not going to keep it to themselves, so they are jeopardizing their case. Just one thing that has been put out there to try to convince people Ayla was not abducted, the bedroom door had to be lifted and the knob turned at the same time so as not to make a noise, and Ayla could not have done this. She could not have opened it herself I agree, but someone who knew and had been in the house before very well could have and taken Ayla. So there still is no proof she was not abducted only she didn't walk off on her own. I am not saying she is not deceased, but there is still a chance she may be alive. If I were a parent and there was any chance no matter how slim I would hope for the child to be alive. If LE told me there was no doubt my child was deceased and showed me proof beyond a shadow of a doubt with slides or pictures, then I would be on national tv telling the world my child died in that house, and someone who had been there that night is responsible. I want justice and whoever did this I want arrested, do your job and stop playing games!!! Before you ask yes I am still looking for Ayla in the crowds because I am over 3,000 miles from Waterville Maine.

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    1. "If LE told me there was no doubt my child was deceased and showed me proof beyond a shadow of a doubt with slides or pictures, then I would be on national tv telling the world my child died in that house, and someone who had been there that night is responsible."

      If you want justice, you let the LE do their job. Until LE is satisfied that they have everything they need, you won't get justice. The LE isn't playing games, they know they have one shot at their case and they will make sure it's a good shot. Remember that it's the State of Maine against the defendant, not the injured party against the defendant. We, the public, do not tell the state when to arrest someone and what to charge them with. It would be nice if we could :) but that isn't how it works.

      One must keep in mind that the game playing is being done by those who know where Ayla is, the same ones that know exactly what happened to her. Those are the game players, not the LE. - KJ

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    2. Ok, now I'm defending the LE. :) - KJ

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    3. That is very much appreciated! :)

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    4. (my reply was to Dana, for looking for Ayla & not giving up.)

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    5. The point also is I could say LE told me that the Dipietro's had absolutely nothing to do with the disappearance of Ayla, and everyone should accept that as fact, but LE will neither confirm or deny it. Right?

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    6. Dana, you could say that, but it would have to fit reasonably in one's mind. So no, it would not be blindly accepted as fact. You give people little credit for being able to think for themselves. People accept what a person says, not because they say LE said this, but because they believe the person saying it.

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    7. Anon, The thing is if you look at it from non partial view you are not going to believe Jeff anymore than me because neither of us have LE confirming or denying what we say. That is my point. If you know Jeff and are friends with him you can't be impartial. If you have formed your opinion on hear say from the blogs your opinion is no more right or wrong than anyone's. If you remember justice is blindfolded. I think everyone can think for themselves, but we don't all think alike.

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  18. Follow-up on KJ's post above. This post is intended for those who believe what they are saying about Justin "working" behind the scenes and want us to remember the last time that Justin spoke publically for Ayla.

    I would like to show three links for you to consider. The first two links will show that MORE Children are found after being kidnapped when the parents are vocal in the media continuously throughout the investigative process.

    http://video.foxnews.com/v/2087110138001/kidnapped-boy-returned-after-19-years/


    http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/abducted-canadian-boy-returned-parents-plea-14507473

    This last link is to show what I will call the rhetoric that you are asking us to believe. The last time Justin said the name Ayla was 19 April 2012, 10.5 months ago and in this article he does not plea to a kidnapper or say how much he loves and misses Ayla. In this same article it says Jan 2nd was the last time before April 19th that he did say publically how much he loves and misses his daughter, 14 months ago. So once in over 14 months has Justin spoken the name Ayla Reynolds and if you believe that is the action of a man who believes that his daughter was kidnapped, then I am sorry but that is not an opinion or thought that I would even want to consider.

    http://www.onlinesentinel.com/news/focus-on-ayla-justin-dipietro-says_2012-04-19.html

    Sorry Tori, I know what I said previously. I hope my comment here does not cause the turmoil that some "People" thrive on. I see a few opinions being considered and I had to voice my opinion, but I prefer to show why I have formed my opinion.

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    1. John, thank you for the reminder of Justin DiPietro's lack of concern for his daughter, Ayla Bell Reynolds. I agree with you 100% that his actions are not those of a man who believes that his daughter was kidnapped.

      On another note, I don't believe that Justin, Elisha, or Courtney will ever speak out for Ayla; to tell the truth of what happened to Ayla in Phoebe DiPietro's home would result in arrests. As long as they keep their mouths shut, the longer they can prolong their inevitable arrests.

      Anne

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  19. Jeff.
    was Ayla's winter coat missing from the home? good question for a clueless LE.

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  20. Why would you ask if her winter coat is missing? If it was what would that mean? It could be one of the oddities staged to look like a kidnapping or it could have had evidence on it so someone hid that too.

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  21. Or it could have been taken when Ayla was taken to keep her warm. The phrase that keeps ringing in my ears, "there is no evidence to support an abduction". Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.

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    1. You are right tell me more.
      Someone camr into our home and stole several items & money. We believe that the person came through a window, then left by the back door.
      There was no evidence found, and no one saw them, and it was during the day while we were at work.
      It happens.

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  22. If kidnapping baby from house full of people, presumably one hurries,not spends time looking for a coat. A blanket is easier and more convenient. Moreover, there were 3 babies about the same age- what a coincidence the mythical kidnapper knows which one is Ayla's. A missing coat would more likely suggest a fake kidnapping, a set-up to make it look like an acquaintance took her, or a disposal of bloody evidence, IMO, rather than evidence of a genuine kidnapping.

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  23. I just wish Justin ayla`s father would come forward with whatever he has

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