Sunday, August 11, 2013

What do you say?


LE says there was blood more than a small cut would produce.
Some people say there was a cup full of blood.
Some people say there was a pool of blood at the foot of Justin's bed.
LE says there is no evidence of an abduction.
Some people say no kidnapping occurred by a stranger, or friend of the family.
LE says he doesn't believe the three there that night are telling all they know.
Some people say the three are lying and are covering for each other.
Some people say Ayla had an accident and no one took her for medical treatment.
Some people even say Justin lashed out in a fit of rage and severely injured Ayla.
LE said he doesn't think Ayla will be found alive.
Some people agree with that last statement.

I say there has been an awful lot added to LE's statements by some people.
What do you say?

21 comments:

  1. I say "Good to have you back, Dana!"

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  2. I say I love that picture of Ayla!

    Dana said--I say there has been an awful lot added to LE's statements by some people.
    What do you say?

    I say you are absolutely correct Dana.

    Including the fact that MSP *confirmed to the public* that there was more of Ayla's blood found in the home "than a small cut would produce".

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    1. I still don't understand the "more than a small cut" statement. A small cut produces maybe a drop of blood? Is a paper cut considered a small cut? What constitutes a small cut?

      signed:getrealpeople

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    2. The thing is my grandson use to get nose bleeds at 3 years old the amount of blood we would clean up scared my wife. Luckily it was something he out grew but we always had ice on hand to slow the flow blood down.

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  3. I say there is a whole lot more about this case than any of us could ever know, and until there is a trial where it all comes out, none of us will know.

    All we can do is speculate and speak our opinions.

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  4. Looking At The FactsAugust 11, 2013 at 9:34 PM

    I say you are spot on Dana. All we have is some people say.

    Now LE tell us some reasons why you say what you say. You can give us reasons without compromising your case


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    1. Anon @ 8;10 and Looking, I agree.

      LE keeps saying they think, they believe, etc., but they can;t say more? How can it compromise their case? The person/persons who took Ayla know exactly what happened, so how does it compromise their case? Do they think somebody not involved is going to come forward and say they did it, and repeat all the info they have heard? I don't get it! IMO, they don't have a clue what happened to Ayla.

      signed:getrealpeople

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    2. unequivocal - Leaving no doubt; unambiguous: "an unequivocal answer"

      If they are this sure wouldn't you think they would at least have a person of interest?

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    3. Dana, You would think they would have a person of interest, right? Yet, we have Jeff stating they have given Trista "unequivocal evidence " that Ayla is deceased. Makes no sense to me! What kind of game is being played here?

      signed:getrealpeople

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    4. Do others ever wonder why Jeff left the "unequivocal evidence" statement on AylaReynolds.com for just a short time, then removed it. I do,.. among so many other things.

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  5. Another thing with an accident, what kind of people would sit there and watch a child expire? For what reason accidents are accidents.

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    1. I've also thought it strange, especially when several people were said to be involved, (according to U4A site) that they all would be to afraid to call 911 because they had been drinking or smoking pot, whatever. They all just decided to let Ayla die because they were afraid they would be arrested on drug charges, or because they were drunk! Ridiculous!!!

      signed:getrealpeople

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    2. And they say we are being willfully ignorant?

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    3. Perhaps there was an injury to Ayla which didn't look that serious at first. Like the broken arm. And they waited too long to call 911. They put Ayla to bed thinking that she would be all right as perhaps she gave signs that she was recovering. Later when she was check on, she might be in terrible distress and succombed quickly.

      They do not seem to be the kind of people who would let her die, but maybe they are the kind of people who just don't recognize a major injury amnd made the gigantic mistake of not calling for help.

      You'd have to ask another question though: Why do they seem loathe to be pro-active in the case of a hurt child. I don't think I'll ever understand that.

      When my children were injured, I about lost my mind until I got some medical treatment for them.

      I turned my back to reach something when my baby was on the changing table...just long enough for her to roll off onto the cement floor. A neighbor drove us to the ER. I could not stop crying. I still have nightmares about it. It was truly an accident of negligence, and I was wracked with guilt. Maybe the hospital was suspicious, I don't know, I was questioned pretty thoroughly, but at the time I didn't care. She was ok, but I was given directions not to let her sleep for a period of time and to watch her carefully for certain signs.

      The point is you can't fool around waiting to see how the child is doing, especially if there is blood after a fall. You have to act on the situation ASAP.

      None of the Family has medical backgrounds and the broken arm inicident indicates that they placed other priorities above getting Ayla checked. Maybe they also waited too long to get help with this accident and Ayla expired.

      If they did wait, and failed to report what happened right away, perhaps they were afraid to report it at all.

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    4. What kind of people would sit there and watch a child expire?

      People that are drugged or stoned on something, and people who have lied theri ways out of everything in life and covered for each other for generations, starting with elementary school!



      The whole situatin is vary sad and very angering

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  6. pennyauntie says: August 11, 2013 at 11:19 pm

    John, could McKee Kitty be a victim of projection, that is the unconscious transfer of one’s own emotions to another? She does have a perception that you had the temerity to kick her ass. She appears to be still smarting from it. Now, is she imposing her hurt feelings on Dana? Oh, dear, oh dear.
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    Penny...please stop stalking me.

    I'm straight and I'm married.

    I don't do crazies like you.

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    1. mckee now your making me laugh. Oh well it is good medicine anyway.

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    2. mckee I do want you to know the frustration I was feeling the other day, about not being able to get my point across to other people. That was not my only reason for thinking of taking a break. I had some issues in my childhood that caused me to relate closely with Ayla and little Rays situation. I felt I could not make people aware that these two children more than anything needed a father and a mother to both tell them and show them they loved them. You are a friend and I want to thank you for coming to my defense.

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    3. Glad you're back also, Dana. Good post.

      LOL, mckeekitty, they do seem obsessed with you!

      signed:getrealpeople

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  7. OT
    http://news.yahoo.com/2-old-boy-abducted-ri-home-found-safe-010423022.html

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