Sunday, September 15, 2013

Step By Step

The 24th of September is inching closer, the anticipation is building like a volcano ready to erupt.  Will the unequivocal evidence revealed bring about the intended results? Will the Attorney Generals office be flooded with petitions screaming for action and Justice for Ayla?
Will LE be able to silence Trista with their pleas not to reveal what she was shown? Has Trista's patience with LE and AG reached the breaking point because of no arrest in this case? Will the authorities be forced to make an arrest? If there is an arrest then the goal of press for prosecution will have been archived.


Trista revealing the unequivocal evidence alone is not going to force the AG to act. You will have to act with her in her quest for justice. What lengths are you willing to go? Will you become one of the outraged citizens and push for prosecution? After the release, will you sign the petition or just let someone else do it? The choice is yours to either lead, to follow, or get out of the way.

What about the 25th? Will people be there from Justin's family, along with his friends?

If you live in the area, will you be there lending Trista and Ayla your support?

Place:  in Lincoln Park (the small park adjacent to the court house in Portland) When: after Justin Di Pietro appears before the judge on a assault charge September 25th 2013.

Is the State doing anything about unsolved homicides?

Being a survivor of a homicide is an incredibly agonizing experience. Being a survivor of an unsolved homicide is excruciating. Not knowing who is responsible for such a horrendous crime is more than a person should endure. Maine's unsolved murders are considered open files and are still under investigation. Maine has no statute of limitations for murder. Detectives meet regularly with prosecutors from the Office of the Attorney General to review the status of unsolved cases, and have successfully solved several murders with the help of forensic techniques (such as DNA matching) not widely available at the time the crimes were committed.

Imagine how much worse it is to know who is responsible and see them go about their life as if nothing happened.


Download Lighting the Way Home for Ayla JPGWhat we will do:
On September 23, 2013 at 7 PM we will turn our porch lights on and leave them on until September 30, 2013 at 7 PM. If you wish to show your unending support for Ayla, you can continue to leave your light on until Ayla comes home. For those of you in apartments without access to porch lights, we suggest you keep an electric candle burning in a window or even a hall light or night light burning for Ayla.



208 comments:

  1. There is no unequivocal evidence being released. It will be Trista's understanding and representation of the evidence. I believe if MSP had solid evidence about who did what to Ayla, they would do something. Why wouldn't they? Public pressure won't change that. I DO think it will turn up the heat on any guilty parties, and that hopefully they will be more likely to crack and spill what they know.

    I want to see both Justin and Trista reaching out to the media. Trista is doing it whether or not it's the right way, effective or perhaps counter-productive as some can argue. But I do believe she is doing her best.

    Step up to the plate, Justin. It's not about guilt. It's about love for Ayla.

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    1. Well said, Foil. It's time, Justin. Stand up and talk if you are innocent. Ayla deserves nothing less.

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    2. Very nice job Dana!

      Thanks for reminding us about the "Lighting The Way Home For Ayla" campaign.

      I have to agree with Foil and Michelle.
      It's time Justin, Ayla needs you to speak up for her.

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    3. I agree with Foil regarding its time for Justin to speak up, I just hate how every post that is posted by Foil I can feel his hatred towards Trista. I think it would be more respectful to keep those feelings to yourself, at least while she is grieving her lost child!

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    4. "Step up to the plate, Justin. It's not about guilt. It's about love for Ayla."

      Of course it is about guilt. IF HE IS GUILTY. Love is the last thing on his mind. Survival is the keynote.

      I think he will step up to the plate by having his lawyer speak for him. Justin was not much one to engage the press. Heidi seems to have abandoned the "pretty decent guy" as Derek called him and where's Aunt Selena and the pink bloggers under Obscure?

      I think Justin's legal rep will take over, that is, if Trista goes through with her plans. He's make the rebuttal, if any. Probably something along the lines of "Justin stands by his former statements."

      Well, okay then.

      If he is not guilty of the actual crime, Justin may throw CR under the grehound. He's not happy with her, anyway.

      if he is completely innocent, as are the people in the house plus Phoebe (can't forget her) and there is nothing to hide, his lawyer should start a civil defamation suit against MSP and Trista. Of course, Justin might have to make an appearance in court and answer questions again. Could he do that?

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    5. Anonymous eptember 16, 2013 at 2:18 PM

      I agree with Foil regarding its time for Justin to speak up, I just hate how every post that is posted by Foil I can feel his hatred towards Trista. I think it would be more respectful to keep those feelings to yourself, at least while she is grieving her lost child!

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      You admit I never state I hate Trista, you can just feel it, and you want me to keep my feelings, ones I don't have and never stated, to myself. You so silly.

      Love, Ms. Tin Foil Fedora

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    6. Anonymous September 16, 2013 at 3:37 PM

      "Step up to the plate, Justin. It's not about guilt. It's about love for Ayla."

      Of course it is about guilt. IF HE IS GUILTY. Love is the last thing on his mind. Survival is the keynote.

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      Penny, I never thought I'd say this, but I agree with this.

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    7. I should say, I never thought I'd say I agree with you.

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    8. "There are too many people in this world like you and it is very scary."

      First, you have Foil confused with someone else.
      Second, you're right there are some scary people in this world, Foil isn't one of them.

      For some examples of the type of persons you're referring to I suggest going over to U4A.

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    9. Thanks, A1. I never made any comments about Trista's boyfriends or attacked her. They definitely have me confused with someone else, and their personal attack against me is unfounded and unprovoked.

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    10. I agree and will delete the comment if you would like, I have never heard you attack Trista or anyone else for that matter

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    11. Thank you, Tori. Please do delete it as it adds nothing to finding or discussing Ayla and is a personal attack.

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  2. Great post Dana. Thank you for all you do for Ayla.

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  3. This post is fantastic, Dana.

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  4. Who can speak for the lost, the missing, the silenced ones...
    when hope may be extinguished,
    when darkness prevails?

    I have learned
    that anyone
    can find the courage
    and a voice
    to light the way home.

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  5. I just hope they will be some ansews for ayla. This have been going on so long and this little girl needs to be found. If Justin is not guilty for what happen to ayla then he should go to this and tell what he knows. So many people would respect him if he did.It is time for Justin and company be a voice for ayla and work with Trisha to find ansews for their little girl.I believe if Justin has any love for ayla he and his family will be there for this media conference.start to be a voice for ayla and stop being silence

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    1. Phoebe says Justin is still out looking for Ayla.
      (Don't have an exact quote.) I guess he doesn't make the searches newsworthy enough. The press likes sensationalism, Justin! Invite the Waterville Sentinel reporters to come spend a searching day with you!

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    2. Hes not looking for her, he knows where her remains are. Mama is just trying to make her bad seed look like a loviing papa...lmao.....as if!!

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  6. Jazzie, wish there was a "like" button for your post.

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    1. CG:
      I respect and honor the compassion and depth of your quest for those who cannot speak.
      Your focus is written with intelligence and an eloquent insight.
      Thank you, for you are helping to light the way home for AYLA.

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    2. May those who are afraid, find a voice.
      May those who suffer, may they be comforted.
      The answers lie at our feet.
      We stumble towards justice because we are human...
      "We'll leave no stone unturned," - Waterville Police Chief Joseph Massey
      http://www.cnn.com/2011/12/20/us/maine-missing-girl

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    3. There will be justice for AYLA.
      This I believe.

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  7. i pray for the family .and for there sake this nite mare of not knowing where ayla is ens.. i support TRIsta ,i believe she is doing the right thing.and its her choice not anyone elses.if i was her i would release it sooner before they do try to stop her.prayers for all .i will be there on the 25

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  8. How the hell did she keep all this info quiet, how does this help Ayla. Stop playing games already.
    The more time that passes the more people/witnesses memories fade. She wants the public to help her then why play games with the info she recieved from LE ??

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    1. I don't think she is playing any game! She was told not to release info but has finally come to the conclusion that nothing is being done or said! It is time to speak for Ayla!

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    2. She was told NOT to release info, she is gonna do it anyway...this should insure a fair trial.....I hope it doesnt ruin the chances of this child recieving justice for whatever was done to her...

      I hope Courtney is at the courthouse and the shit hits the fan....

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    3. If Courtney has any sense at all in her huge bloated head-She should definitely be at the courthouse-saving herself and her son!

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    4. Didn't "Katie" report that Courtney denied that Justin assaulted her? Isn't "Katie" an insider? Looks as if CR will not testify against Justn, "No your honor what he gave me was not a push or a shove, it was a love pat. He just doesn't know his own srength!"

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  9. 1.So we know something did happen to Ayla in that house!
    2. We know Ayla's blood was found in several places.
    3. Even blood on Justin's shoes and truck!
    4. We know that Courtney and Elisha were there also with their young children!
    5. We know Justin has been untruthful.
    6. We know Courtney and Elisha have been untruthful!
    7. How can these women(Phoebe included) look people in the eye and lie about what they know.
    8. Why would they choose Justin over the possibility that they will go to prison and their children into foster homes?
    9. Whatever happened to Heidi and Angela?
    10. Was the heat too much for them?
    11. Did Heidi finally come to the conclusion that Derek has stepped in and helped Justin cover what really happened?
    12. Is Derek's wife, still standing by her man? Knowing that blood has been found of Ayla's? And realizing that Derek was with Justin in the previous hours, instead of with her and their son?
    13. CAN ANYONE IN THE DIEPETRO OR TUDELLA FAMILY ANSWER ANY OF THESE QUESTIONS?
    14. Before its too late-Someone better speak!

    My Thoughts Only-Courtney, Elisha and Derek's wife and Derek have a precious little life that they are going to give away to foster care, and not be part of their young childs lives, For Justin??? WHY?? WHY??

    I think my Child would be more important to ME!

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    1. The Heidi enclave seems to have deserted Justin about the time we heard that MSP was telling Trista "what a mother should know." That was in January. Has anybody heard from the defense table since then? Did they hear something definite from insiders to stem the flow of enthusiastic defense?

      Just wondeing...I kind of lost track of what was going on since I am not a member of TLLOM. When did Obscure's blog dwindle into nothingness?

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    2. No desertion. Still here looking for Ayla. Still putting out fliers. Still working towards billboards. Still hoping for a live baby coming home. Until there is the release of an identified body that is proven to be Ayla's, we will never desert our search for her. We take no one persons word for truth. We pray, we work and we won't be deterred until Ayla is brought home. No matter what Trista, Justin, Jeff or anyone else says.

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    3. Just curious, Advocate. Do you not believe the blood evidence? Has Justin shared something with you that explains away that evidence?

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    4. I don't speak with Justin or Trista. I can't really take this "evidence" to heart because it isn't evidence. It is words spoken by one person neither confirmed nor denied by any other involved party. She has lied publicly before. He is silent. MSP seems indifferent. For Ayla's sake, we continue to do the one thing neither of her parents seem to be doing, we look for her and ask others to do the same.

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    5. Thank you Advocate for Ayla!!!

      I thank the members of TLLOM and LNM for their devotion in bringing awareness of Ayla.

      "We pray, we work and we won't be deterred until Ayla is brought home. No matter what Trista, Justin, Jeff or anyone else says"

      ...IMO that's what true advocacy for Ayla is about.

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    6. Advocate for Ayla, good for you. Now make sure you are looking in the right places for Ayla. True advocacy doesn't blind themselves to possibilities. It's fine you are looking for an alive Ayla, but if you want to do her justice, you have to look for a deceased Ayla, too. Wishful thinking won't keep her from being deceased, looking only for an alive Ayla won't make it so. True advocates for Ayla are looking everywhere and at all possibilities, especially the strong possibility that she is no longer alive. You can convince yourselves otherwise, but that's just wishful thinking.

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    7. Right, if she is unfortunately dead, she is not going to resuscitate just because we wish her to be alive. Everybody wishes she was alive, but if she is dead like LE said, she won't come back to life just because we want her to.

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    8. LE never said she is dead!

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  10. Foster care isnt a given here. Courtneys son would go to one of her sisters BUT, she runs the risk of his bio dad stepping in and taking him ....elishas daughter could go to Justin linnel and his family providing Phoebes is sporting the orange jumpsuit as well....dereks wife is involved?? Their child would go to her family if so. So where is the foster care? That is a last resort as far as the state of Maine goes. Trista ought to be concerned with the rumours of yet her third baby daddy possible imvolved with drugs.....

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    1. So Trista ought to focus on something else besides Ayla!

      Yeah, that makes sense. Oh, well, Ayla was here, she disappeared suddenly whilst at the same time her blood appears in the house from which she disappeared. No one at that house is talking.

      No account Trista should just yawn and concentrate on other matters. Ayla didn't matter anyway, she wss just a replaceable baby.

      Mainly, Trista shut your face and leave darling Justin alone! You are the cause of all his troubles.

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    2. Courtney's sister will no doubt get jail time for her little drug escapade. Courtney's baby daddy could not care less about his son as Courtney herself had detailed on a baby blog months ago. he's a no goodnick, according to CR.

      I am not sure Phoebe won't find herself with a bit of time to serve, (acessory after the fact) so perhaps Gabby will have to go to the dreaded Linnels.

      As far as rumores about Trista's boyfriend, welcome back GRP! We have missed your salient points as related to this case.

      What do you think happened to Ayla? You will never answer this question. Must you always play the deflection game. Trista, Trista, Trista!

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    3. I dont know who grp is but I will answer the question.

      I think justin came home from partying in portland and was anoyed with ayla when he was trying to sleep off his hangover and kicked her in the head from his bed and knocked her to the floor. He went back to sleep and she may have crawled around the basememt injured, eventually passing out and bleeding...dying of head injuries..justin woke up and called derek in a panic....they put her in the shed and cleaned up with bleach....derek came by when everyone was sleeping and took her out of the shed as heard by the neighnors and used justins truck to dispose of her.
      Elisha and courtney never saw her. He told courtney she was upstairs sleeping, and he told elisha she was in the basement, she wasnt even in the house that night, she was dead or close to it in the shed......

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    4. If she was still alive, the freezing temps in the shed would have finished her off.

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    5. Someone asked me what I thought happened..what is your problem??

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    6. Dana B:
      You just put out a specific timeline scenario... "2:30AM on the 17th".
      Why put any scenario out at all if you think putting out scenarios is wrong?
      Just wondering.
      Or are you trying to persuade?

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    7. "Or are you trying to persuade?"

      ...So Jazzie, was anonymous 4:55 trying to persuade?

      Dana you did not cause a problem at all. You should most definitely express your opinions, whenever you feel like doing so. They are just as valid as anyone else's.
      Your comment @ 5:11, perfectly exposed the problem with all these different scenarios.
      Your comment @ 10:05 is spot on.

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    8. Thank you anon 1. I never intended to offend anyone and if I did I hope they forgive me,no opinion is wrong. If I gave that impression it wasn't intended. I just wish we had more facts so we could have better opinions of what went on, and bring Ayla home.

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    9. I post the following only because of the repeated questioning of LE in following up of tips and the posting of scenarios:

      "Police deny request for Ayla 911 transcipt [sic]"
      http://www.onlinesentinel.com/news/police-deny-request-for-ayla-911-transcipt_2012-01-25.html

      "Rumsey said that audio recordings are confidential under law and releasing the transcripts would interfere with "law enforcement proceedings...

      Rumsey said the information in the 911 call constitutes "intelligence and investigative information," but added that people should not read anything into the decision to withhold it.

      Rather, Rumsey said, keeping the information confidential helps police determine the trustworthiness of tips and sources in the investigation."

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    10. Makes one wonder if visible blood was mentioned in that third 911 call.

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  11. Is it true Justin is trying to throw Courtney under the bus and blame her for what happened to Ayla?! Wtf?? She was the Last to see her in the basement, BUT i thought Justin said HE put her to bed at 8pm?? Then he ran to portland to do some shit??? And then??

    Wow what a setup.

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    1. I think it has been disproved that Justin went to Portland on the day/night of the "abduction". Well, sort of.

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    2. Very smart, ask Mr. Dipietro if he knows Christopher Brishetto, you should know that family from the hill. Perhaps Justin doesn't want to discuss who was on the video tape with him. Lets put Trista back on the polygraph, now that she is strong enough, her words not mine. Bring your family members, and we will find out what happened on the 14 of December, 2011. Heis on the tape with Trista. We know Justi failed his polygraph, along with everybody involved in this case. Your comments Trista, directly contradict, the wire and the debrief with M.S.P. Maybe the hack journalist, Ms. Underwood should ask some more difficult questions, rather than softball questions. I have no beef with any parties concerned, just little Ayla, being laid to rest where she belongs. I have seen the video in question, don't forget the court filing for custody, by the Trista, why would that be neccesary, if there was an arrangement to give her back. There is absolutely no-one who can show that innocent little girl being alive after Dec. 09, 2011. Just the people who are caught in a lie, saying she was. You went there to get your little girl back Trista on Dec 12, 2011, and I must be the one you are looking for. I am still looking for one item, which seems to be unaccountabed for, along with the camo bag, which you packed for her. Tori fails again where are you.

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  12. We don't know what Justin told MSP. Yes, at first someone (MSP) announced that she was put to bed at 8:00 by Justin. I don't recall ever seeing a quote from Justin about any details of the beddy-bye. I think he kept his words to a bare minimum. "Not forthcoming."

    From the MSP, via Jeff, we learned that supposedly Justin went for wine at 8:00, allegedly leaving Ayla with Courtney at 8:00. Whew. A new wrinkle in the story. Courtney was the last to see Ayla? No direct quotes from Justin or Courtney on this score. How about Phoebe? Conveniently not there. Okay, Elisha? Forget it. Not talking while the flavor lasts.

    None of this could be true. That he put her to bed at eight or that he left her with Courtney in the basement at 8:00 to go get wine. Neither MSP nor Justin has confirmed Justin's trip to the store for a bit of the grapeola. When your daughter, granddaughter, and niece is missing, best to say as little as possible to the police, right?

    As for Courtney, she is one of those three little monkeys when it comes to the day, evening, or night when Ayla disappeared. Way to play it, Courtney. You had a wedding to plan online. Keeps a gal busy thinking of her "stud" and the gift selections! Tight-lipped. That's the way to play it; then, they can't get you for lying!

    We learned that a family member checked on Ayla at 10:00. Which family member? And what did he/she see of Ayla? None in the house addressed this question. Maybe the checker was Elisha when she supposedly took her fussy baby to her own room. Elisha hasn't said anything about this. Did she see Ayla at ten? No direct quote from Elisha about all this baby cuddling and transporting of fussy toddlers.

    When did anybody in that house ever give a statement on when they last saw Ayla which did not come from somebody not there?

    Counselor Heidi was not a witness to events. She's like the ghost writer on old movie star autobiographies: "As told to...".

    Nothing has been confirmed about anything in that house. The DiPietros have not helped on that score. Ayla was gone in the morning; that's all they know. End of report. Take it on faith.

    And then there's that pesky blood found, of course. Troubling. DiPietros, again, saying nary a word about the blood. The elephant in the room, evidently. Big old grey guy standing there!

    Where IS Heidi? She could explain to Angela what happened at the house and how much blood there was, again, for us dunces out here. Angela could write it all down and then, clarify!

    I miss the talented fiction-writing duo. What ever happened to them? Come back, come back, gals. And please bring direct quotes!

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    1. Interesting no word of blood on courtneys shoes or in HER car, right? Means it was cleaned ip BEFORE she arrived...

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    2. Angela the idiot whose stories changed faster than the cars changed lanes on the autobahn....and such a good writer too...her prose was so mesmerizing i didnt sleep for 3 days so I would miss a juicy morsel....

      I think Heidi gets 2nd prize and then Selena....LOL..!!!!

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  13. Justin went on national tv and said he put her to bed at 8 (GMA). But that doesn't mean he was consistent in his stories. He probably got caught in one lie and had to come up with another.

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    1. Oh, thanks, Anon, 3:09. So we actually have a quote from him. The 8:00 story did come from him! I'll look that up. We had such a paucity of quotes from Justin about that actual night that maybe I just didn't think it came from him byt from MSP, via the press.

      There's been all sorts of "reporting" for Justin, Elisha, and Phoebe by Aunt Selena and Heidi and Angela, but not a lot of direct quotes from any of the family...that the messengers could stand by, anyway.

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    2. Being that most perps will try to put distance between the actual incident and themselves, I think she was never put in bed that night, and that all this happened several hours earlier during the day/afternoon, when Justin was home with Ayla alone...remember how when asked about that night Phoebe replied "It was a normal day..."? she was never asked about the daytime, and indeed it is very likely she was not there(at work)...why say day? when specifically asked about that night?

      What happened all that DAY when Derek Tudela supposedly came by with his young son to have a "play-date" with Ayla?

      Ayla missed her afternoon orthopedics appt as well...there is a huge missing chunk of time that is intentionally skipped over by the DiPietros, who will say something about that night(though minimal), but nothing of that day...

      Sometime the missing info is more important that what is continually pointed out...

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  14. In thinking about direct quotes---

    I listened to the 2 video's of Trista again, and reread the articles with those 2 video's.

    There were a few things that left me confused.

    Trista said that she feels they are at the same place as they were 2 years ago. ?

    In the clips of the interviews Trista herself doesn't mention where any blood was found.

    In the WCSH clip the reporter says that Ayla's blood was found on Justin's shoes, and in his truck. However in their article in says that *His shoes had blood on them*- not Ayla's blood,- and that was not a quote in the article. Which is it? Was it Ayla's blood on his shoes, or blood?

    The only direct quote in that article from Trista is-
    "When you have a truck that has blood in it--when you have things of Ayla's--when you have a whole basement with all different things with blood--you tell me you don't have enough to prosecute?"

    I'm left wondering how much of this blood that was found was Ayla's blood?

    Another big difference I noted was that in the NECN clip the reporter doesn't mention blood being on Justin's shoes, only in his truck.

    Another is, the reporter in the WCSH interview says that Ayla's blood was found mixed with saliva.
    The reporter in the NECN clip says that Ayla's blood *AND* saliva was found in multiple places in his bedroom.
    Which is it? Is it blood mixed with saliva, or is it blood *and* saliva?

    I thought, maybe I'm being too nit-picky. Am I?







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    1. Probably not. The reports from "journalists" these days are always sketchy and with way too much editorializing. Don't the schools of journalism teach the difference between straight news reporting vs. feature writing? And, then their are the editorials. All have completely different standards of writing. rules , if you prefer.

      We learned all the rules in high school Journalism at 16.

      We won't talk about journalists doing "investigative" reporting. That is as scarce as integrity in the tabloids.

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    2. Maybe there is just blood in some places
      Just saliva in some places
      And blood mixed witj saliva in others??

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    3. I think it's a veritable cornicopia of blood, saliva, and the two mixed. So what can this tell us. Ayla wondered around, was not stable wit her "accident"? That is she didn't pass out right away.

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    4. Anonymous 1 you are being way to nit picky. The fact of the matter is that Ayla's blood was on justin, his truck, and all through his basement. LE would not state this or show Trista this if it wasn't true that would be hateful. Justin is not saying a word, not denying, not admitting, not saying where this poor child is. To me this proves his guilt. He thinks if he just keeps his mouth quiet he will be fine. Well I say arrest him. . . make him talk, make him answer some questions, like where did all this blood come from.

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    5. no, you are not...blood mixed with saliva indicates internal injury with aspiration, or a facial/head injury where blood exits the mouth at some point...samples without saliva indicate external injury and bleeding not involving oral contact...it means she likely had more than one type of injury, and where each type of mixed or pure(blood and saliva, or blood only) can often show a pattern of movement, or a mechanism of injury, etc...it is of the upmost importance where each of these sample were found, so nit-picky is good science, forensically speaking...

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    6. Emerald is correct:
      "Brown-Barrett told police he punched Taiasia because he had lost his patience.
      When he came back a while later, she wasn't breathing and was bleeding and foaming at the mouth, according to the warrant for his arrest."
      "Suspicious Death of Toddler Ruled a Homicide"
      http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/Police-Investigate-Death-of-Child-in-Hartford-223499981.html

      Emerald says: "blood mixed with saliva indicates internal injury with aspiration"

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  15. Its a mess. Ofcourse aylas saliva was all over the house she was teething wasnt she? So drool on toys and blankets etc dropped on the floor. What will ne interesting is IF , in FACT her blood amd saliva were mixed together, that smells of HEAD INJURY TRAUMA. Any fragments of her teeth found or skull fragments? Maybe this is the 'horrific' part......

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    1. Teething can produce blood, too.

      http://www.parents.com/baby/health/baby-teeth/baby-teething-timeline/

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    2. A very small amount of blood. I think MSP would know different.

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    3. How about brain tissue? If Ayla fell down the stairs? The basement is hard placeto land.

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    4. anonymous 4:28. . . . are you kidding me. Teething, are you kidding me? I think MSP, FBI and LE would be able to tell the difference. I have had three children and I can tell you that they didn't drool all over my house, my shoes and my car. You sound ridiculous.

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    5. Anonymous 1:23,

      You sound like such a kind person.


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  16. Well, I'm thinking Pheobe looed at Ayla after her accident and said,"Let's wait to call 911. She looks as if she is getting better. let's wait and see how she feels in the norning."

    Isn't that Phoebe's normal reaction to Ayla being hurt? Think of the broken arm. Think of her stated worrying about Justin more than Ayla.

    These people seem not anxious to engage the authorities, medical or otherwise.

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  17. Of coursed "looed" shoule looked. Otherwise, Phoebe is singing a lulluby while Ayla is bleeding.

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  18. I doubt that if Phoebe had been there and had seen Ayla injured that she would have let her die

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  19. That might very much depend on how Ayla got injured. Phoebe's loyalties lie with Justin, not Ayla.

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  20. Can you please keep the disgusting scenarios and childish insults to the other blog?

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    1. I don't dismiss Phoebe as being a witness before or during or immediatly after the events of that day/night. Her being away with a boyfriend/girlfriend is just too convenient. Sure, she may have an alibi for a certain stretch of time on the 16th/17th, but we don't know when Ayla met her fate. It could have been anytime of the afternoon, or the evening of the 16th. or the day before.
      I don't believe anything any in that house has said.

      Phoebe's defense of Justin in the "falling down" broken-arm episode and her subsequent lack of urgency in getting Ayla medical care speaks of, if not indifference, then lack of real bonding with Ayla. if Justin is involved, he takes precedence with her, even over her flesh and blood granddaughter.

      Justin has always been her fist concern, as he is now in her latest statements. She is not worried, not has she ever shown worry about Ayla in the hands of a kidnapper.

      I believe Ayla did come to her "demise" from something that someone in that house did or failed to do.

      Did she fall down the stairs when some one was asleep? Did someone lose his/her temper with her and push Ayla into hitting her head? Was she left alone for a time and incurred an accident by ingesting something dangerous? Was she left injured too long without anyone gettint help because they thought she'd be okay?

      Whatever happened to Ayla, the people involved thought it wouldn't look right to the law. Something about it was not kosher to the point that they thought a kidnapping was a more believable approach to Ayla's accident.

      Whatever happened, Phoebe is in charge because Justin looks as if he couldn't tie his own shoelaces without mama to help him. Of course, she stands behind her son 100% as she's said recently. With the blood in the house, she stands behind her son. I believe she made that choice before.

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  21. With what the public is aware of now-Do these people go out in public showing their face? Do they hide inside and only go out at night? I cannot imagine walking around-one foot in front of the other-knowing that everyone is now aware what they have done. I would love 20 minutes alone with Justin! Phoebe! Elisha! Courtney, and Derek! Is this how long it took Justin? Is this how long Ayla cried for her mommy? OH I JUST CAN'T UNDERSTAND YOU PEOPLE!!! I CAN"T EVEN GO ON!! REST IN PEACE SWEET AYLA- JUST KNOW HOW MUCH THIS WORLD IS SADDENED BY WHAT WAS A VERY SELFISH AND EVIL ACT!

    EVERYONE NEEDS TO SEEK JUSTICE FOR AYLA! STAND UP FOR AYLA BELL REYNOLDS! SHE DIDN"T STAND A CHANCE IN THAT HOUSE!

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    1. I am so ashamed of the State of Maine! WHY! Why do you allow these people to walk freely. Are you just waiting for another child of this family to disappear? WHAT MORE PROOF DO YOU NEED? Isn't blood and aspiration of AYLA, ENOUGH PROOF. SHE DID NOT LEAVE THAT HOUSE ON HER OWN! Ayla's Blood is in Justin's Truck! Does that ring any bells?

      Trista,I too AGREE,If this was a member of their family. Justice would have come a lot sooner!

      SHAME ON YOU-STATE OF MAINE!

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    2. anon 5:24
      I think you should thank your lucky stars to live in a state where you are innocent until proven guilty.Do you think the state should lock people up before they have a trial? What if it was you, and you were innocent, but in the eyes of the public they thought you were guilty, should you be locked up for murder until you can be proven innocent? What if it takes 10 years to be proven innocent, do you sue the state? Does that make up for the 10 years you were wrongly imprisoned?Just a few things to think about before being ashamed of where you live. You can be disgusted with the process, that I can understand.

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    3. AYLA's blood is in Justin's bedroom, AYLA'S Blood is on Justin's Shoe's, AYLA's Blood is in Justin's truck! AYLA's aspirations are visible. Was someone else in Justin's bedroom? , yup, Elisha and Courtney, was someone else wearing Justin's shoes? I really doubt if Courtney or Elisha were wearing his shoes, but a possibility, I suppose. Who has been driving YOUR truck Justin?? Yup. again, possibly Elisha or Courtney. Anyway you people want to look at this, these three aren't telling anyone, anything! I can't believe, that these mother's are not speaking up. Gambling with the lives of there only child! Sick People! Guilty or not, blood is in that house and in his truck! Let's play word games. Enough already!

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    4. And let's not forget the life insurance, that Justin personally took out on Ayla's life!

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    5. Did it say somewhere Justin was wearing the shoes at the time the blood got on them? Does he only have one pair? As for the bedroom I wouldn't have any idea.The lip has nothing to do with anything, now had it been for $500,000.00 then I would say possibly.Yes anyone could have been driving the truck.

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    6. Dana B. BAHAHAHA You my friend are unbelievable.

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    7. I really am not surprised that in all this you can find something funny. That is why I can't take you serious. If you really wanted justice for Ayla you would want what ever charges to stick and not be thrown out because of lack of evidence.

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    8. Little self righteous, aren't we. No, absolutely nothing funny about this. Nit picking is all your doing. Does it make you feel better. If so, Continue.

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    9. You are really an unpleasant person.

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    10. Well thank you I will take that as a compliment coming from you. Besides I am not the one that typed BAHAHAHA you did I don't see anything to laugh about in any of this. No self righteous to it just trying to be realistic. Justin may well have done everything you suggested, I would like have it proved in a court setting not just hearsay. sorry

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    11. DANA B.

      "I think you should thank your lucky stars to live in a state where you are innocent until proven guilty... What if it takes 10 years to be proven innocent, do you sue the state?"

      Agree re: "innocent until proven guilty". I do believe AYLA is no longer alive. I do want justice served. I understand the ramifications of trying and convicting someone without sufficient evidence. With that said however, I believe LE has enough evidence and with current DNA technology they could solve this case. And yes Dana B. people can successfully sue the state if exonerated.

      The following was pre-advance DNA forensics:
      "Tillman steadfastly maintained his innocence but was convicted, after a jury trial, of all charges on September 19, 1989. The conviction was based almost entirely upon the eyewitness identification of the victim, a white woman who was unknown to Tillman, an African-American man."

      "Further DNA testing was performed on one more stain on the dress, which also originated from the source on the other stains. On July 11, 2006, the charges against Tillman were dropped and James Calvin Tillman was exonerated after spending more than 16 years in prison for a crime he did not commit."
      http://www.innocenceproject.org/Content/James_Tillman.php

      CT paid $5 Million to James Calvin Tillman.
      And rightly so.

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    12. That is fine Jazzie maybe they do maybe not who is the better judge of what they have for proof you or them? My life being free to come and go for 16 years priceless. Would you prefer to be locked up in a cell for 16 years and collect $5 million ? Not me what if you died the day you got the money? Money is not the answer to injustice.

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    13. DANA B:

      The case of James Tillman was based on eye witness account. It was pre-advanced DNA technology. DNA technology helped to exonerate James Tillman. I posted this case in reply to your question: "What if it takes 10 years to be proven innocent, do you sue the state?" Yes you can at least here in CT.

      Based on media releases/statements I believe that MSP and all supporting agencies have enough evidence. I stated that "I believe" (as opposed to "I know") that LE has enough evidence to solve Ayla Reynold's case.

      "Money is not the answer to injustice"... I agree.

      What is the price of suffering of those left behind in a case that goes unsolved?

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    14. Hateful sarcasm. Don't you just love it! Please try to be more respectful of others opinions. What makes you think your 100 % right. Everyone deserves to state their opinion. It shouldn't have to all about your opinion. Justice for Ayla

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    15. Above is for Dana B, Sorry Jazzie.

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    16. I'm not being sarcastic.
      I am not stating I am 100% correct.
      I am simply having dialogue.
      My questions are merely stated to understand.
      To seek knowledge.
      To seek justice.
      Peace out.

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    17. If you spent more time, listening to others, instead of picking everyones post apart, more people would be a little more likely to post opinions. Sit back, relax dana b., we all have different opinions. No one is right or wrong. You are in attack mode all the time. Chillax a bit.

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    18. Jazzie says,
      "I am not stating I am 100% correct.
      I am simply having dialogue.
      My questions are merely stated to understand.
      To seek knowledge.
      To seek justice.
      Peace out".

      I think that's the goal of all of us. Including Dana.
      Some times the written word comes across in a way that we did not mean it to.

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    19. Anon 11:33
      Sorry to tell you but I am not in attack mode. I believe everyone has a right to their opinion and none are right or wrong, but I will not give my right up to express mine to please you. I am in chill mode all the time as you will note no cap locks and nothing other than periods and question marks. I haven't picked anyone's statements apart. Simply stating just because a person can sue because of wrongful incarceration, does not make wrongful incarceration right. I do think that the state is a better judge of what they can prove than we are. I would hate to see a guilty person go free and not be able to be charged with the crime \at a later date because of a case the state feels they cannot win.Sorry if logical comes across as sarcastic, hateful, or disrespectful it is not meant to be.

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    20. Jazzie
      What is the price of suffering of those left behind in a case that goes unsolved?
      The only thing that will come close is to have it solved and punished to the full extent of the law. Then it is still not enough.
      To not be able to convict the person for the crime they committed because of a double jeopardy clause would be inexcusable, and why would anyone not care about that?The only way you get anything then is in a civil suit. What are you going to get out of someone who has nothing?You ever hear the old saying let us do our job? That is all the state is saying. JMO

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    21. DANA:

      Trista states: "Every time I asked the questions about why hasn't anyone been charged yet with the evidence that has been presented, it's the same thing with this whole double jeopardy," Reynolds said. "I don't care about double jeopardy anymore."
      http://www.pressherald.com/news/Missing-Maine-toddlers-mom-to-release-more-details.html

      I think Trista has reached maximum saturation point. I think she speaks out of grief and frustration. If Trista believes Ayla is no longer alive, it appears that it is important to Trista to be able to bury/mourn/have closure for - her little daughter, hence why the finding of Ayla becomes priority even over the risk of jeopardizing the case. It's about an emotional seizing of the moment. I will not comment about whether the idea to release information/evidence is a wise move. How can anyone know the results? Will it propel someone who was a witness to talk? Will it bring forth information that "we need to crack this case wide open," McCausland said.
      Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/01/12/divers-search-icy-river-for-missing-maine-toddler/#ixzz2fIYL36cB

      It has obviously reignited the focus/plight for Ayla's justice. I do not know what I would do if I were in Trista's position. I don't know why I have this uncanny belief and trust in Maine LE. I do think they will solve Ayla Reynold's case and there will be justice.

      You asked: "You ever hear the old saying let us do our job? That is all the state is saying. JMO"
      Yes I have heard that statement.
      Is that what the State of Maine is saying?
      I guess we'll find out.

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  22. http://bangordailynews.com/2013/09/17/news/portland/fearful-that-investigation-will-go-cold-mother-of-missing-toddler-ayla-reynolds-set-to-make-evidence-public/
    Reynolds said her relationship with investigators has deteriorated in recent months and that she last spoke with them two weeks ago. After months of weekly contact, they rarely call. She doesn’t know whether her planned release of new information will compromise the case, but at this point she said she doesn’t care “We’ve done our best to keep her in the loop and will continue to do so,” Maine Department of Public Safety spokesman Stephen McCausland said on Tuesday.

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  23. What reason is there for the relationship to deteriorate if she is the innocent unofficially cleared mother of a missing child? Desiree Young doesn't have that problem, but Billie Dunn and Debbie Bradley do...

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    1. Maybe the reason is that she is frustrated with investigators, we all know she was not involved in Ayla's demise or all the blood shed. If you still believe that there is any possiblity that Trista was involved you have issues.

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    2. If that was the case genius, she would have passed her polygraph, which failed miserably, along with Justin, almost the same question, how ironic, What about that Jeffrey, I am going to enjoy this. Where is Alex, still being violent?

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  24. http://www.onlinesentinel.com/news/Mother-thinks-missing-child-Ayla-Reynolds-gone-forever-urges-charges.html

    Reynolds still holds some hope that she will one day see her daughter again, but from what she's been shown by police, the optimism is dwindling.

    "I don't want to believe that I'll never see her again, because I hope there's that day that Ayla and I are together, and I get to hold her and love her. But after seeing what I've seen, it makes it clear to me that she's probably dead."

    ...Probably dead... I very sincerely hope not Trista. I hope you do get to hold her and love on her again.

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  25. Is the time right yet Justin?

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    1. The time will never be right to Justin to do the right thing, the right thing would have been coming clean right from the beginning. Talk about riddles, "Ayla probably thinks this is a game" this statement has always bothered me! Who says that in the case of a missing baby? It was obvious that Ayla wasn't happy there just by the pictures taken of her. You can't hide the fact that she looked so sad in all the pictures (excluding maybe 2 from the W3 that I saw)

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  26. Reynolds tells us she's seen more than adozen photos that show visible blood evidence in DiPietro's truck, on his shoes, on Ayla’s belongings, and in the basement of the Waterville home where Ayla was last seen in December of 2011.
    http://www.wgme.com/news/top-stories/stories/wgme_-ayla-reynolds-mom-has-new-strategy-18758.shtml?wap=0
    Visible blood?

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    1. Reynolds tells us she's seen more than a dozen photos. I thought it was 30 or 40 slides?

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    2. That's what I'm wondering, Dana. Does this mean that out of 30-40 photos, a dozen or so showed visible blood?

      Visible blood in the truck, visible blood on Justin's shoes, visible blood on Ayla's belongings...I don't like what I'm thinking.

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    3. How many slides would it take you if you are a parent to convince you that your beloved child is no longer alive?
      Is there a set number?
      Just wondering?

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    4. http://www.wgme.com/news/top-stories/stories/wgme_-ayla-reynolds-mom-has-new-strategy-18758.shtml?wap=0
      Visible blood?

      There is no mention of visible blood in this interview.
      The repoter says- "She says that police showed her more than a dozen photo's of Ayla's blood"
      but no mention of visible.

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    5. What was on the other 30 slides that she says she did not view after seeing 10 or 12 she told them no more she couldn't see anymore.

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    6. "Reynolds tells us she's seen more than a dozen photos that show visible blood evidence in DiPietro's truck, on his shoes, on Ayla’s belongings, and in the basement of the Waterville home where Ayla was last seen in December of 2011."

      http://www.wgme.com/news/top-stories/stories/wgme_-ayla-reynolds-mom-has-new-strategy-18758.shtml?wap=0

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    7. Anonymous1:

      Are you stating there is no direct quote from Trista or there was no mention of "visible blood"?

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    8. I'm stating in this interview that neither Trista nor the reporter mention visible blood. There is no quote or any mention of visible blood.

      http://www.wgme.com/news/top-stories/stories/wgme_-ayla-reynolds-mom-has-new-strategy-18758.shtml?wap=0

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    9. I just posted a quote from your source stating "visible blood evidence" at 10:58

      I'm confused.

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    10. I should have added, in the write up it says visible blood, but it is not quoted.





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    11. Anon1-the interview may not mention visible blood, but the story beneath the interview does.

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    12. Thanks for the clarification. I didn't watch the video and compare the transcript below. I quoted from the written news story.

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    13. You're welcome.

      It really annoys me, because now I'm left wondering which is correct.
      Was it photo's of visable blood, or not?
      No wonder there is so much confusion.

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    14. Anon1-imho, that's the main problem with this release of evidence. There is really no way to avoid confusion. There will be no lab reports available, there will be no photos to view, and there will be no way to verify anything. We will be relying completely on memory and interpretation.

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    15. I agree with your humble opinion.

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    16. Looking At The FactsSeptember 19, 2013 at 8:12 AM

      In this article Jeff is quoted as saying
      A statement from Jeff reads:

      "Chelsea, there has been some speculation that the blood evidence shown to Trista was luminol, but I can tell you that all of the blood evidence described with specificity in "The Case for Ayla" was visible to the naked eye.
      http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/15573759-exclusive-ayla-reynolds-blood-evidence-was-not-luminol

      MY opinion of this writer is she has done nothing but add more confusion to the case but wanted to post it for those who want to read it.

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    17. Looking...why in the world would Jeff give an "exclusive" to trashy tabloid writer Chelsea Hoffman?

      I don't trust the content of Chelsea's "articles", even when peppered with supposed direct quotes.

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    18. Looking At The FactsSeptember 19, 2013 at 10:14 AM

      I agree Mckee. I don't trust her either. She is the one who had a phone interview with Trista and then there was a gun mentioned. I don't trust her but was just passing it on for those who wanted to read it

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    19. I wonder if CH thinks that because she hasn't read it elsewhere yet, it's "an exclusive." Just like she thinks it's ok to put her paraphrasing in direct quotes and attribute to someone.

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    20. When I asked Chelsea if she shared the Phoebe-owned-a-gun detail with LE, Chelsea responded with "fuck the police."

      In that same "exclusive" telephone interview with Trista, Chelsea dropped the Justin-barricaded-himself-in-the-bathroom detail.

      I'm at a loss as to why Jeff would scrape the bottom of the barrel by even talking with Chelsea. It is a great disservice to Ayla.

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    21. ..."why in the world would Jeff give an "exclusive" to trashy tabloid writer Chelsea Hoffman?"

      ...I have no clue....Well I might, but would only be guessing. I hope he regrets it.
      The article is in VERY poor taste.

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    22. Chelsea Hoffman writes:

      "I've personally spoken to Steve McCausland of the Maine State Police before, and to put it kindly he's not the most pleasant of personalities to speak with. Knowing that he has not publicly declared Trista as not a suspect just makes me lose more respect for him, which there was little of in the first place."
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      I seriously doubt McCausland is crying in his corn flakes over losing Chelsea's respect.

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    23. LOL Mckee, I doubt it too. But it's nice to wake up and eat your cornflakes in peace and not read such nonsense. She attacked him for not absolving Trista of responsibility for what happened to Ayla. Doesn't she understand who he is and what he does for a living?

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  27. Oh where oh where is Heidi Ho and Angela? We better call in the FBI. For two people who were , oh so, outspoken, I am rather worried for their personal safety.

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  28. Reynolds said she spoke with Maine State Police a couple of weeks ago but was given no assurance that the investigation was progressing or that any charges would be made soon. Reynolds said police are hesitant to press any charges now because if anyone is acquitted and additional evidence surfaces, police will be unable to bring the charge again. Under constitutional law, the double-jeopardy clause prevents a person from being charged with the same crime a second time if that person already has been acquitted of it.

    “Every time I asked the questions about why hasn’t anyone been charged yet with the evidence that has been presented, it’s the same thing with this whole double jeopardy,” Reynolds said. “I don’t care about double jeopardy anymore.”

    http://www.kjonline.com/news/Mother-thinks-missing-child-Ayla-Reynolds-gone-forever-urges-charges.html

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    1. Thanks FOIL for this link.

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  29. "Every time I asked the questions about why hasn’t anyone been charged yet with the evidence that has been presented, it’s the same thing with this whole double jeopardy,” Reynolds said. “I don’t care about double jeopardy anymore."

    I hear her. They've got the blood;they don't have the body. They want to wait until there is stronger evidence because right now, they think whoever did it might get off. And the AG doesn't want to lose a case.

    Or they don't know which of the four people involved is the guilty one and who are the accessories after the fact. LE can't do anything because very likely the AG won't prosecute without a body, even thought LE may think have enough circumstantial evidence to do so.

    I don't blame Trista. I don't think her revelations are going to work against justice for Ayla because there's not going to be any justice for Ayla. Not the kind she should have in a legal court of law. Not the kind which gives her a decent burial and her mother closure.

    But let me add that these people who are involved will have to face the community in their daily lives and that is not going to be a walk in the sun. They will be eyed with suspicion from neighbors and co-workers and even from their friends and relatives.

    Already many defenders have deserted the cause. The Waterville people and their houseguest will never be the same. Between them and a good life stands a little unsteady blonde toddler in a soft cast. She, who we are told, incurred a fall in the rain when there was no precipation that night in the area.

    As for the twelve photos with some kind of blood evidence, whether it be visible or with luminol, they may be just the ones which deal with the blood. Other photos in the slide show may deal with other rooms, the outbuildings and belongings of Ayla. Some with the items found in the dam. The room from where Ayla was "abducted" may also have had an interesting photo-op.or two.

    I do not recall Jeff saying that all the photos shown Trista were of blood evidence. But among the photos shown Trista were some that did show blood.

    I figure that Trista is dammed if she does and dammed if she doesn't go ahead with what she's been shown. What in hell has she to lose? She knows that the AG will not indict.All that concerns them is double jeopardy. LE isn't talking to her.

    Oh, right. Not talking to her. Trista is a suspect still in some eyes here. How soon I forgot where I was!

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    1. I agreed with you up until the last line some things never change gotta get a dig in.

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    2. Sorry Dana , but I just read that by a poster...that LE is not talking to Trista because she is probably a suspect. It gets so dammed old. We can't move on from her.

      But then, I suppose it's old hat talking about why Justin doesn't talk. His child is missing, presumably from his terse statement, with some perp he knows. And he's going to "wait" until LE tells him "who done it". Sigh.

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    3. LE IS talking to Trista, Mc Causland said on Tuesday that they were doing their best to keep Trista in the loop and that they will continue to do so. It doesn't sound like she is really considered as a suspect.

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    4. anon 2:58
      That's ok it does get old and I understand. It is hard when we keep trying to roll with the punches, and after a while we think it would be good just to get a punch in. Then we usually regret it and say we are sorry. I'm just as guilty as anyone else. I still agree with what you said. : )

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      LE is smart they even try to talk to Justin, if they rule Trista out they will say so. They are keeping all bases covered at this point. They are not going to say anything that there is the slightest possibility they would have to retract.jmo

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  30. Looking At The FactsSeptember 18, 2013 at 9:16 AM

    The more information that is released the more confusing this all gets. Now if We just look at the basics, we have 2 parents that were shown by LE evidence they have discovered. One parent(Justin) LE says they were frank with an after showing them the evidence they come out and say they now feel LE is working with them instead of against them now and communication is restored. Then a few months later LE meets with the other parent(Trista) an tells her what a mother should know. That parent them goes silent for 9 months only to then start revealing all this blood evidence she was shown. To me it does not seem both parents were shown and told the same things. If that is the case I have to ask myself why? Was LE looking for a reaction from either parent? If all this evidence proved Ayla was dead why is this still a missing person investigation and not a homicide investigation? You can investigate a homicide without risking double jeopardy.

    In February after Ayla went missing there was another missing person in Maine. He was a fireman from Florida. Daniel Porter was arrested for his murder before they had a body. So why no change in Ayla's case? Sorry this is just scattered thoughts I have been having and I am left with so many more questions now.

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    1. It is confusing, Looking. If the Dipietro family was shown the same thing as Trista, and Jeff says this was the case, why was LE initially concerned it may jeopardize the investigation if revealed? It couldn't have anything to do with hiding info from Justin if they showed him the same thing. And why was Courtney not shown? LE said it was for Ayla's family members, but then allowed Trista's boyfriend and his mother access? Very odd.

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    2. Looking At The FactsSeptember 18, 2013 at 10:19 AM

      Totally agree. This is what makes me think this is a lot bigger than any of us know. I may be wrong but I have never seen a missing child case have so much info kept so close to the vest.

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    3. They say this is the largest missing person's investigation in Maine history. That seems sort of odd if they are certain that Ayla died in the home and the three there were responsible.

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    4. Annon. Tristas Mom IS family, and Trista and her boyfriend live together and have a child together, that equals family.

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    5. Looking At The FactsSeptember 18, 2013 at 3:16 PM

      Chicky

      It was Trita, Alex, an Alex's mother at the meeting not Trista's mom

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    6. Chicky they have a child together now. They didn't have in January not that it matters, and just because they have a child together does not make them a family. Unless you want to say Justin and Trista was a family, and I still wouldn't consider them a family.

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    7. Dana...as I understand it, Trista and Alex are living together, with the children, as a family unit.

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    8. Yes now not on Jan 3rd there was no child then they were boyfriend girlfriend. Not nit picking but they were not a family then. I would say time will tell if they are a family to early to tell yet.

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    9. Dana, evidently Trista wanted witnesses to what LE told her.
      Or maybe LE did. Anyway, it looks as if Alex and his mom were okay with the LE. Or else would not LE have said, "Sorry, this info is just for Trista."

      Maybe LE wanted to make sure that Trista had someone with her when she got the news. Extra voices to lend credence to the blood evidence. Showing her the pictures could have resulted in a traumatic situation with Trista.

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    10. And apparently did since she said in the interviews that she stopped them from showing her the entire slide show because it was too much.

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    11. Anon10:42
      Can you show me where LE said Alex and his mother were there? I have asked this before with no luck of anyone answering it. LE said what we showed Trista was between her and us. Not her Alex his mother and us.

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  31. Justin is "quiet," but could it be that he is planning his own "release" in coordination with his attorney? Might he release it right before Trista?

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    1. I highly doubt it. He is going to stay silent. He isn't smart enough to plan a release, even if rehearsed he would fail miserably. I just can't believe that even after Trista has released what he has he hasn't even tried to defend himself. . . it just makes him look more guilty. Furthermore, when has Justin not been quiet? When have you ever heard him plead in agony for the return of his beautiful daughter, that in itself makes him look guilty.

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    2. "I just can't believe that even after Trista has released what he has he hasn't even tried to defend himself"

      ...If I knew that I was innocent of wrongdoing, I wouldn't feel I had to defend myself to the public.
      L.E. yes, public no, not so much.

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    3. Yes you would. Yes you would. Anon 1, of course you would! Beyond that, in your innocence, you would be moving heaven and earth, and working with a recognized national missing children's org. to find your child and KEEP the words out about her.

      Nom it won't wash. innocent people don't act like the Violette Ave. people. They just do not. Even if they are suspects at first, they ignore that fact and keep on with their campaign to find their child. Dang! It bears repeating, but it gets old. Innocent parents do not hunker down and hide!

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    4. Anonymous @ 3:05

      I assure you that If I am innocent of wrongdoing I would not feel the need to defend myself to the public.

      Yes, if my child was missing I would be working with missing children organizations, any & all, whether they were nationally recognized or not. I would be hounding L.E. day after day.
      I would be hiring my own investigator.
      I don't know if I would be doing a lot of media interviews or not. In my opinion, the media seeks sensationalism, and that would not be my goal, where my child is concerned.

      I can't judge other people by what I would do. Nor make assumptions about them based on what I would, or would not do. Or what others have and have not done.

      Cynthia Caron from LNM commented once that parents of missing children tend to deal with the media in one of 2 ways, they either jump right in, or withdraw from it.

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    5. Justin doesn't seem to have hounded LE, it looks like more he avoided them...

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  32. Foil, that would be a huge surprise. If he tells the truth- he knew all along Ayla was not kidnapped- he invites prosecution. If he lies, he invites prosecution. There's very little he could say that would help his cause unless he decides to reveal Ayla's whereabouts (assuming he knows) and if he were to do that, what a public release and not a plea bargaining session with the prosecutor?

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    1. CG, maybe he will say the "truth" is that he doesn't know what happened to Ayla, and since he allegedly has seen the same evidence, has had time for his attorney to come up with reasons to cause reasonable doubt about what the evidence suggests.
      Because Trista has essentially put Justin on notice since this summer, he has had time to formulate a response...I would think. But I don't know how he thinks. Just wondering about the possibility.

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    2. Foil, does Justin HAVE and attorney? I haven't heard for sure either way.

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    3. well if he says the truth is that he doesn't know where Ayla is I wouldn't believe him. . . . blood in his vehicle and on his shoes. I think LE just wants to know if it was an accident, if it was planned or if it was a fit of rage that caused Ayla's demise. Just the fact that he hasn't come out and explained all the blood, other than the small scrape on her ankle from the hearth (imagine that much blood being caused by a small scratch). . .

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    4. I agree Foil,

      I don't really expect Justin to make any statements right now. Although I feel he certainly should. Not for his sake, for Ayla's.

      I don't see why a statement by him would invite prosecution.
      He's always maintained that Ayla was abducted. He can state that is still his belief.
      He need not address the things that Trista has recently said, issue by issue.
      He could simply state that he and his family had a much different interpretation of the evidence shown to them. (which is what they have stated).

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    5. 12:46 PM, I thought I read someplace he did, but maybe it was just that Phoebe and Elisha have one? Which is odd that she has one but he doesn't, if that's the case. OK, here it is:

      http://www.onlinesentinel.com/news/Lawyer-Aylas-aunt-telling-the-truth.html

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    6. I knew about Phoebe and Elisha's lawyer, and I believe it's been said in recent articles regarding the Courtney incident that it's unknown if he was represented by an attorney. If he doesn't have one by now...wow. He needs an attorney badly.

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  33. Anon 1, If he is going to say that, what is the point of speaking? No one is going to believe that he knows nothing and a stranger whisked Ayla away when her blood is on his things.

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    1. The point of his making a statement is as I said, not for himself, for Ayla.
      Depending on what he might say, if he should make a statement, I don't know that no one will believe him.

      As far as Ayla's blood being on his things, I don't know enough about that to make any kind of determination.

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    2. The accusations that have been made about him and, the amount of times they have been made are the reason no one would believe him. Peoples minds have been so tainted he doesn't stand a chance of being believed by most.

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    3. Well he hasn't tried very hard

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  34. People might believe him if he said something that is truthful and makes sense.

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    1. As CG said, he's between a rock and a hard place. He cannot admit to anything and not be prosecuted for somethingt and sent away for a time. Why speak?

      His lawyer will speak for him and doubletalk around the whole blood thing. Justin always puts his normal feet into his normal mouth when giving any staement. Best keep silent; he's had the practice.

      Someone once explained his, and his family's lack of interaction for Ayla on the fact that the DiPietros are shy people. Introverts. I suppose that's about as good as the defense gets at this point. We'll see.

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    2. It's a little too easy to say you are an introvert and use this as a defense and expect people to believe you and say you are a victim, that the other one is lying. But who is the real victim here ? Ayla. Justin is acting like a coward. I used to believe in him. But the more it went, the more I thought he was not talking because he's afraid people might see he's lying, he cannot look people into the eyes and plead for Ayla. I think he doesn't want to be interviewed not because he's an introvert, but because it's hard to lie in front of the camera. He has already convinced his family and friends that he's a victim. He knows it's not so easy to convince the public. He says he doesn't care what they think, but if he cared about his daughter he would have gone on giving interviews to convince people to keep looking for Ayla. Some parents were wrongly accused of harming their children and it was later proven that law enforcement was wrong, they were suspected by the public, by police, it didn't prevent them to keep looking for their children.

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    3. What makes an introvert speak out? Something incredibly important to him. If Ayla were really kidnapped and Justin loved her and was an introvert, he would be speaking out.

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    4. Dana, I don't want to cause trouble, but I've got to get something off my chest.

      Statements about introverts and one's willingness to speak are UNBELIEVABLY offensive to people with loved ones on the autism spectrum.

      I'm not asking you to do anything about it, I just want people to be aware. Thanks

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    5. How would calling Justin an introvert give pain to people who are autistic, or the parents who deal with autism. I do not get the connection. Some people are UNBELIEVABLY sensitive even if one is not even speaking about the subject they're sensitive about. It's a prickly world here on the Net.

      One poster commented that perhaps the DiPietros were SHY. Introverted. How does that teanslate into saying Justin or Phoebe or Elisha are autistic?

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    6. You missed my point. I was talking about comments like these that we've seen over and over:

      Any parent who cares would speak.
      If it were important to them, an introvert would speak out.
      A parent who loves their child would speak out for them.
      Only a coward refuses to speak.
      Only a guilty parent would refuse to speak out.

      Get it now?

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    7. Anon 11:38

      I don't get it. Is there any evidence Justin has autism? People are talking about Justin DiPietro, not people with autism when they make these comments. As far as the generalizations go, you could say the comment " a parent who loves their child would speak out for them" discriminates against mute parents and parents with severe psychological disabilities that affect their judgment or speech but that is such a huge stretch to find discrimination where none is... No one was talking about how a person with autism might react or criticizing them, either.

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    8. I asked that people be aware that it's offensive. I didn't ask for anyone not to say it. I guess awareness is lost on you.

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    9. What you are saying is that your idea of offensive is fact. I was pointing out that there is no basis for anyone to take offense and if someone is taking offense they are misunderstanding the comments.

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  35. Accusations are being made because he is not trying to find Ayla anymore, that stopped within the first couple of months. . . .then the blood evidence comes out and he has his minions coming up with all kinds of excuses of where the blood came from but not a word from him. . . then he gets arrested for shoving Courney and again, "nothing happened. . . I was just walking down the street, one foot in front of the other". He hasn't done a good job at all of not looking guilty as sin. .. . LE just needs to figure out exactly what happened and of course with no body, and the 3 not speaking anything but lies. . . . Trista is forced to do what she has to do . . . . if nothing else, they will never be able to walk with their heads up in Waterville or any where in maine really. I would love to pass one of them on the street . . . i would love to have the chance to ask them questions and see how they respond. . . Karma. . . they will all get theirs. Trista is doing the right thing and I believe she is doing it in the right manner. . .

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  36. I want to make a confession. I'm not sure I can handle the idea that Ayla is dead. I don't think that makes me less of a person or sleuth. It doesn't mean I can't face facts...when they are presented. I don't want to believe she is gone.

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    1. I understand, I feel the exact same way.

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    2. Looking At The FactsSeptember 19, 2013 at 9:00 AM

      Foil I feel the same way. I have a gut feeling she is alive but there is always the possibility she is not. My only hope is whether she was taken or killed I want the person or persons responsible prosecute to the fullest extent of the law and I will to anything I can to make sure that happens

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    3. FOIL:
      I usually say "no longer alive" because even though I believe AYLA is no longer alive I can't bring myself to say...
      Kripes. I keep hoping I'm wrong. Every time I look at the photo of her with those big blue eyes and those long lashes I say "How could anyone harm this beautiful child?"

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  37. None of us do :C, but that is most likely the reality....

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  38. Justin-NOW is the RIGHT time.

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  39. Anhhh courtneys twitter account....

    Courtney roberts @cnaylee

    Its time to take a new sweatheart
    Comquering the world one zumba class at a time ! Studio of maine.com and after that living life to the fullest
    Smile laugh healthy fit happy
    In the center of your heart

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    1. Are those her spelling errors or yours? I thought Courtney was super smart...doesn't Twitter have spellcheck?

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    2. I didn't see the sweatheart remark, nor the spelling error of conquering on Courtney's twitter account. Are you trying to imply she is looking for one to get a rise out of Justin? LOL

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  40. Incarcerated drug dealer chris brichetto 's followers on twitter..this is the guy briana roberts was dealing for

    Quite the interesting list
    Shawn lamour
    Russ lamour
    Haendel lamour. Courtneys aunt
    Adrienne lamour
    Gaenslie lamour aka gessie roberts. Courtney mother
    Courtney roberts
    Vanessa lamour
    Igloo lamour
    Splash lamour
    Hayden lamour
    Briana roberts

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    1. I wonder if that is in order of when they were added, ie earliest listed first...

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    2. Might want to look into Portland Boxing Club.
      Just saying.

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    3. So Russ Lamour is a boxer and a drug dealer? I don't get it...

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    4. No not implying Russell L'Amour. There are a lot of people connected to the Portland Boxing Club.

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    5. Where do you find that list?

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    6. Wow, Russell L'Amour knew the Boston bomber? Wild!!!

      http://www.pressherald.com/sports/solloway/the-suspects-name-had-a-familiar-ring_2013-04-20.html

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    7. A lot of people or just a few with a lot of names?

      Just saying...

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    8. Stumbled on earlier stuff not related to the Boston Marathon Bomber. It is late and I have been trying to retrieve info. I deleted a lot related to AYLA's case.

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  41. Haendel lamour owns the building where briana and courtney lived on pine st. Justin accross the street surely met chris brichetto...

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    1. Do the Lamour's own Justin's building too?

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