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.
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".
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?
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.