Friday, August 16, 2013
Something I do not want to do
One thing I do not want to do is cause people to doubt LE's ability to collect evidence in this case. I do think it is fair to say they are human and make mistakes. Local agencies such as police departments for one reason or another discard things that they don't think will be needed only to find out later they destroyed valuable evidence. I don't think anyone here wants this to be what happens with Aylas case, I am only pointing out it could be a possibility, and could delay the Justice we seek for Ayla.
We need to be aware that defense attorney's are going to pull out all stops to win the case for their client.They will zero in on anything they can use to cause doubt of their clients guilt. They will attack any piece of evidence if they think there is a chance it can be thrown out.
The prosecution on the other hand will have to do everything by the book, and prove beyond the shadow of a doubt all their evidence was obtained legally and flawlessly to obtain a conviction. Certainly if they have to prosecute this case without finding Ayla it will make their job that much more difficult.
They can get a conviction using many pieces of circumstantial evidence and DNA evidence, so let's pray they have not had any of it discarded or tainted. I commented the other day of a case in Lewiston the defense attorney had started by attacking evidence and how it was handled along with testing. We were all surprised at what we read about things that happened with some of the evidence. I read the Lewiston Daily Sun every day as I was born and raised near there, and only moved away 5 years ago. I remember this case when it happened. The prosecution is still to be heard from in this case and I anxiously await their rebuttal. The prosecution should win this case because the victim survived the attack. This is the link to it I will let you read for yourselves.
If Ayla was not kidnapped by a stranger, or family member because of custody dispute, then she is deceased.
I for one want the strongest air tight case possible for a conviction in Aylas case she deserves nothing less.
That being said please give me the benefit of the doubt if I comment about mistakes police and other law enforcement agents make. It is only to point out what we along with Ayla are up against.
In my opinion and I pray you will agree, Ayla is the only main concern here, Ayla along with Justice for Ayla comes above everyone else involved.
As in the picture Ayla is still waiting for Justice!
Posted by Dana B.