Saturday, July 27, 2013

What IF?

What if Ayla was with a loving family member? It would be good in one aspect would it not? However I do not feel she would be happy not seeing and being with her mommy and brother. What kind of family member would agree to do this knowing how sad she would be? Even if they thought they knew what was best for Ayla, surely they wouldn't feel that way now. The only way they could is if they feared for her life, but surely with all the publicity of this case now, that fear should be gone. If you have her we along with her family plead for you to return Ayla. The time is now.



What if there was an accident, and fear along with emotions ran high, and panic set in? Would it be better to try to hide it for your lifetime don't you feel Ayla deserves so much more? Is it easier to always be looking over your shoulder than to tell the truth, and ask to be forgiven? It may never be forgotten but you can have some peace. Everyone is looking for Ayla's return to have closure. If this is the case, we all plead with you now please return Ayla. Don't you feel deep down inside your heart it is time?

                                                                                         
                                                                                           
What if more than one person knows the truth of where and what happened when Ayla disappeared? There is only one way their silence can be guaranteed, are you willing to go that far? If you can answer yes to that question the next time will not be an accident. If you are one of those people that know, can you be sure that person is not willing to go that far? I would say the time is getting shorter, the time is right for you to bring Ayla home.

This is only two of the many scenarios of what happened to Ayla that night. I pray I don't have to write anymore before she is found.




















 


18 comments:

  1. Today is a new day and a new post. We must keep our focus on Ayla and bringing her home. She deserves our attention today for yesterday is gone. I know it is easy for us to get sidetracked and lose our focus, but we all want the same thing Ayla to come home.

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    1. Excellent post Dana B.

      To the ones who know what happenend to Ayla and are not telling LE the whole thing, remember the time is NOW....and from all the burden of knowing what happened , the Truth will set you free". Free from the arrogance that you use to sheild yourself, free from guilt, free from agony, and free from grief. Ayla deserves to come home. People deserve to know the truth. Ayla and her matrnal family deserve and have a right to closure. A proper burial...a place to "go" and honor her. (It is possible that the paternal family has "already had closure"......if not then WHY are they so silent?? ) Not telling is the worst, most cruel, most inhumane thing any human being could ever do! Where is Ayla? from Glenda

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    2. Glenda, have you ever considered the possibility that you might be wrong? Just wondering.

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    3. Michelle, have you ever considered the possibility that Glenda is right on? And when you find out that Glenda is right on and the truth comes out, will you see how the supporters of the guilty only prolonged the time that it took for the truth to come out? Can you accept that possibility?

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    4. Anon 6:37
      I can see how people who were there, and knew the truth could prolong it coming out. I can not see where someone who thought Ayla may still possibly be alive could prolong it.

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    5. As a matter of fact, I have considered the possibility that I am wrong. But you know what? Me being wrong doesn't mean I owe someone an apology for calling them a murderer for the last 20 months. You being wrong would.

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    6. And what Dana said.... me and others looking for a live Ayla, and choosing not to mourn her death, and not calling Justin et al murderers isn't doing a thing to delay justice. We hang posters and take part in social media campaigns to keep her in the forefront of people's minds. How on earth is that delaying anything?

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    7. Because, by supporting and encouraging those that are perpetrators of the crime, you also are making them believe their lies are working. You give them hope that the truth will never come out, after all, some people believe in them. False hope, but hope non the less. The truth will come out because no on can stay silent forever. People would do more for finding Ayla by pressuring those in the house that night to TALK and tell the truth.

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    8. Your scenario is one big What If, but you are so sure you're right. Your mind is closed to any other possibility except death, murder, and lies. What a sad world you live in.

      If I'm wrong, so be it, but I pray I'm right... not so I can say "HA! I told you so!" but because I want Ayla to be alive. I don't have any contact with Justin or his evil minions that were in the house that night, so I doubt my feelings are affecting them a bit. Besides, you may be dead wrong and accusing an innocent man of evils he just did not do.

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    9. No Michelle-Your mind is closed for any other possibilities. What a sad world you live in when you feel the need to attack other people. Because of their beliefs! Step back-Don't jump at everyone! What makes you so sure that your right?

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    10. You clearly don't read my posts.

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  2. Great post Dana. Thank you for taking the reins and posting often.

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  3. Excellent Post Dana. Keep speaking loudly for Ayla and may no-one ever have to write another post of this type For Ayla Bell Reynolds. :(

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  4. Thanks for the new post Dana.
    Your care and concern for Ayla is evident.

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  5. With admiration I thank all of you for commenting for Ayla. I know at times frustrations get the best of us.Then we take some comments personally, but we put the differences aside, and return again to speak for Ayla. May we never lose site of our goal, you are all wonderful.

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  6. Great post Dana, sharing it on Ayla's page. Ty!

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  7. There have been very few "what if's" actually ruled out by LE

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