Thursday, April 4, 2013

Ayla Reynolds Birthday today

Sharing a post from Armchair Detectives - JustMe.




It is the 3rd birthday of Ayla Bell Reynolds. Yet, she is not here to open presents, dance to her favorite songs or eat cake and ice cream. Her mommy can't dress her up in a pretty dress and give her a hug/kiss. It is a sad day and it is even more sad to realize that there is at least one person who could end all of this, for Ayla and for her family.

Whether you believe that Ayla was taken from the Waterville home of her grandmother, or if you believe that she was harmed in that home, Ayla is not lost or missing. There is at least one adult person who knows exactly where Ayla is being hidden (and a good possibility that more than one adult knows).

A lost person goes out on their own power and becomes disoriented or "lost", no one knows where they are. A missing person disappears in many different ways, but when a person is missing no one knows where they are or where they have gone.

Ayla is not missing and she is not lost. Those are terms used to lessen or soften the severity of the truth.

The truth being that she has been hidden.

And the person (or persons) who have hidden Ayla know exactly where she is located. These same people know if she is alive and well, or if she is truly deceased and gone. This person(s) is a selfish and cruel person(s) indeed who does not love Ayla in any way.

Any person who knows where Ayla is and truly loved Ayla would end this NOW and SPEAK UP.

How many birthdays will pass before they speak? Or before the law enforcement investigators find the truth and arrest those responsible for Ayla being hidden? - KJ

21 comments:

  1. And the person (or persons) who have hidden Ayla know exactly where she is located. These same people know if she is alive and well, or if she is truly deceased and gone. This person(s) is a selfish and cruel person(s) indeed who does not love Ayla in any way.

    Perfectly said KJ, Thank You for this post.

    Prayers and Wishes For Ayla and her Family on this day and every day until she is no longer hidden from the world. :(

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  2. If Ayla was abducted, (and I think she may well have been) it most likely was not out of love for her.
    A person who abducts a child is not going to speak out about it. A person who does that does not care about you, me, her mother, her father, or LE.

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    1. Anonymous 1, that is probably true, that if one abducted her it may not have been out of love. But that person who abducted her knows where she is, too. They may not speak up, but they still know. They are hiding her. that's sick.

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      I agree.

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  3. Happy birthday Ayla you will never be forgotten.

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    1. It would seem she has been forgotten by her father and his family.

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    2. I am glad you haven't forgotten them. That is probably a great deal of comfort to them.

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  4. Any word from any member(s) of Ayla's paternal family on her third birthday today? I haven't seen it, but I "heard" that Ayla's maternal grandfather gave a heart wrenching interview on Ayla's third birthday. Poor guy.....

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    1. Don't ever expect to hear from Ayla's father, he had his candle light vigil (funeral) for Ayla and has moved on with his life. He never cared for Trista, he never cared for his other baby momma, he never cared for Ayla, or his son, or Courtney, her son, his mother, sister, brother or anyone else except HIMSELF. Selfishness that deep has hidden his 'faults' along with Ayla's body. Truly sad for a beautiful baby girl who didn't deserve the hatred she has received from all the Dipietro family. She will never see any birthdays and they know it.

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    2. We will never forget Dec. 17th 2011, dear Ayla. You will always be present in our heart, minds and prayers, until you are found and brought home one way or the other.

      Your birthday of April 4th will always be foremost in our minds.

      Love and Peace from Glenda

      Until then, we will always be searching!!

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  5. Not sure why this post is suggesting that Ayla may have been abducted and is still alive. It is very clear that she was never abducted and that she is not alive. Why perpetuate a myth that serves no purpose but to give false hope to people who aren't even remotely involved in this case. Ayla's mother knows the truth-as well as everyone in the Dipetrio house that evening.

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    1. If Trista has been told by LE and shown evidence Ayla died in that house that night. Then why hasn't she been on a news show stating that Ayla died in the house that night? Don't give me the story it would jeopardize LE's case. I would just like to see either side tell what they know to be true. This thing has gone on far to long with no resolve.

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    2. Dana B, yes I would like to know why LE has not declared Ayla is dead if they have the evidence. Other missing persons were declared dead at a much earlier stage although their bodies are still missing.

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    3. This post, from what I read, doesn't suggest either outcome. It merely states the "ifs". It's my opinion that Ayla is deceased, the Dipietro's know it, the LE knows it and Ayla's mother's family know it. Those in the Dipietro family are just lying about what they know and hoping the truth doesn't come out. Sick people indeed.

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    4. LE has to figure out WHO before they can move further. They will, I'm sure.

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  6. I was told recently by someone close to the case that I would be very wrong to doubt the prosecutor's resolve and abilities in this case.

    I was glad to hear such a rebuke.

    Peter Hyatt

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    1. I don't know much about the AG in Maine. However, I do NOT doubt her resolve or abilities in this case, or any case.

      What I DO doubt are things being said by, and attributed to, those being close to the case.
      How can I not have doubts after the recent event of very incriminating information being released, by someone very close to the case, that later was retracted and found not to be true?

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    2. Thank you, Peter. That is great news to hear! I hope that the person that you spoke with is right. Also, thank you for always keeping Ayla's name and face in the media.

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    3. There will be justice for Ayla, I'm sure of that. Those that did her wrong, best start worrying. You're time will come and everyone will know.

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    4. Anon 1, I'm with you. Who can you trust in this mess?

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  7. OT but if it takes game wardens and Maine State Police 17 years to catch a hermit burglar. How long does it take to find a missing person?

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