Wednesday, October 9, 2013

It Doesn't Matter

It doesn't matter if Trista was the best mom, or the worst mom. It doesn't even matter if she has, or does not have morals.It really doesn't matter if we believe every word she says or none of them.

The same with Justin his morals,bad father, good father it doesn't matter.If he speaks out or is silent, lies or tells the truth.

The only person that matters is a precious little baby girl with blonde hair and blue eyes. She has disappeared without a trace and must be found. She must be brought home where she belongs.

I don't really care if you agree or disagree. Say what you will and you have every right to do that.What ever you say please remember to mention the fact Ayla is still out there some where and needs to be found. She deserves far better than she has or ever will receive here on this earth.

I have every confidence the guilty party will be caught, and I will be happy on that day. LE is capable and has the expertise to accomplish the task.

Ayla you will be forgotten NEVER!! We will not give up on YOU!!

CREDIT extended to ANON 5:29 for guidance in the rewrite of this post.

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  1. I in no way am saying anything bad about Trist or Justin only am saying Ayla is the only thing that matters.

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    1. Yes, Ayla is the only person that matters. But somewhere in the lies and silence of one family, is the truth about Ayla. She was in their home, she disappeared from that home. The police say they are not saying all they know. They don't speak out in public. They do nothing to further their cause. They were responsible for the care of Ayla. They screwed that up and they should speak out and tell us all, what happened to Ayla. They know. So while it's great to say they don't matter, they matter big time. Because until they are honest, Ayla won't get justice.

      Trista has tried everything she knows to try to get Justin to talk. If he is so dang innocent, what is he afraid of saying? It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out who is hiding the truth and who is just frantically trying to find that truth.

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    2. You are correct. Which is why I said this case is actually more simple than many allow it to be. Obviously it is a complex investigation because it is a case of a missing child believed to have met with foul play but to me the answers lie with who stands the most to lose by talking and because those in the home aren't talking and Courtney hasn't spoken at all I feel the answers lie with them. Trista may have tried all she can do to get Justin to talk and as Ayla's mother I am sure she is frustrated that she cannot do more but now it is in the hands of LE and we can all just hope and pray that justice prevails.

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    3. The same with Justin his morals,bad father, good father it doesn't matter.If he speaks out or is silent, lies or tells the truth
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      I totally disagree with this. It does matter because he has the answers to bring Ayla home. Justin needs to speak the truth. Ayla deserves at least that at this point.

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    4. Justin does not deserve any peace in his life until Ayla gets her justice. He deserves to be hounded until he speaks the truth, until he tells us where Ayla is. Trista deserves peace at this point, she deserves to know what happened to the beautiful little girl that she brought into this world and is now missing. Justin where is Ayla!!!

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  2. Dana,
    Thats a nice ( attempted ) sentiment saying " Ayla is the only thing that matters" .
    First off, Ayla is not a THING, & secondly you're faux attempts at concern depend on which blog you're posting on, doesn't it?

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    1. No and sorry it was a figure of speech, should have said she was the only one that matters . Thank you for pointing out again I am only human. It wasn't an attempt to me it is a fact.It would be easier if you could preview my posts and correct them before I put them up.Check with Tori maybe she can use you as an admin.

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  3. Tempers are flaring and emotions are raw. People are attacking others and then those attacked are snarky and taking it out on others as well. At what point does it become no longer worth it to keep the blog open? What good is any of this doing for Ayla? It seems blogs are just a place to fuel rumors, fight amongst each other which does nothing to help Ayla.

    I don't expect everyone is going to agree with my opinion all the time and a lot of the time I don't agree with the opinions of many who post here but I have NEVER attacked a person commenting on the blogs for Ayla except for maybe Penny and that was in retaliation to attacks made first on everyone here. My life. Dana's life, Katie's life have no bearing on Ayla's case. We had nothing to do with her disappearance or murder depending on what you believe happened to her. Our opinions are our opinions regardless of who or what we are off of the blogs. No one is forced to read here. There are a plethora of blogs and Facebook pages dedicated to Ayla. If you are staying only to pick apart the words of the bloggers or other commenters here, you are part of the problem not the solution.

    I can't promise that what I write will be accepted by all. I write what I am feeling at the time and started this platform to do just that. Nina and others didn't agree with me or feel this site was unbiased so she started her own blog. It is free to do so. Www.blogger.com.

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    1. Well said, Tori.

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    2. Tori, you should never write what will be accepted by all, write what you feel and believe is what you should do. You do a great job and everything I've seen here shows that all opinions are allowed. People will come up with excuses for their behavior (why they stay, why they go) and it usually has nothing to do with reality. Blog posting is optional! :)

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    3. Ditto to what Anonymous 8:29 said!

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    4. Seriously Tori between you and the nuts on your blog??? Yeah keep it and shove it where the sun don't shine!

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    5. Odd choice of a name, any particular reason you picked it?

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    6. Thank you Bonnie, Anonymous 8:29 pm and ChickenLittle. I appreciate it. I am done trying to please everyone and walk a fine line. I have never been one to coddle either parent and I sometimes say things that probably are not the popular this to say but honestly, as much as I do feel for Trista losing her daughter and even for Justin if he really is innocent, I am not here for either of them. I am only here for Ayla and I know that is true for all of you as well

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  4. Something I try to remember, although it's not always easy to do.

    Not everything I see is the whole story. It's a lot of puzzle pieces and everyone has a few of the pieces, some are out in the public, some are not. Picture it this way, there is an object in the center of the room, 20 people are standing in a circle looking at the same object. Because they are looking at it from different spots, all 20 see different things about the object.

    That's really what we have here. A lot of people (and bloggers, posters, etc), looking at the same case, from different perspectives and all seeing something different. I value everyone's opinion, thoughts and perspectives, because they are most likely looking at the case from a different viewpoint than I am. When a person starts to fully comprehend this concept, they start to value the thoughts of even those people with the extreme opposite view from theirs. They start to realize that everything said by anyone has some validity.

    We are going in circles, because those that have the missing puzzle pieces are not talking. We keep turning over the pieces we have, looking at them from all sides and coming up with the same opinions. Of course, we cannot come up with the final conclusion because there are puzzle pieces being withheld. The LE has some of those pieces and the people who harmed Ayla have other pieces of the puzzle.

    The best any of us can hope for, is that one day all those pieces will come together and the truth will be told. Ultimately, praying that there is justice for Ayla and answers for Trista. (In my opinion, Justin already has the answers) It must be horrendous for a mother to only have her imagination to wonder what horrors her child might have suffered, while those who inflicted the horrors know and stay silent.

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    1. Yes and some are closing their eyes and insisting what they see is what everyone should see while others are sneaking around with paintbrushes trying to change the look of the object when no one else is looking. :)

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    2. Yup, we got all that too. ;)

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    3. very well said. what's frustrating to me is having a corner piece of the puzzle and not having it used. who were the 4 adults and blond haired toddler in light green pj's seen close to dip house the morning of the abduction? that's the angle I've been viewing this nightmare from. kadoe

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    4. I've never read or heard that the child in that witness account was clothed. I may be mistaken, but I thought all that was visible to the witness were bare legs and a blanket.

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    5. Elf, I am afraid the story has metastasized. Someone should find the original relating of the story and we can compare how, like Topsy, it has "growed".

      The story does give hope that Ayla is alive, though. Illegally adopted? Hidden away? Sold? Dunped?

      We do not even know what Ayla was wearing that day/night when she vanished, perhaps like a vapor, wafting away into the wind with no trace.

      Does anyone really believe that she was wearing green p.j.s,with "Daddy's Princess" on them? Maybe she was wearing them when she began to bleed? Has anyone proven that Ayla had those pajamas at the Di{ietros? Did Becca or Jessica pack up a pair for Ayla to take to Daddy's? We have only the words of the DiPietros and I don't believe many of their words.

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    6. Elf-the clothing was not the part of the focus of the original story. I believe the original story (from what we were originally told anyway) has changed to include the light green pajamas.

      Before it was never stated what article of clothing the child had on.

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    7. Anon 3:16 AM, "The story does give hope that Ayla is alive, though. Illegally adopted? Hidden away? Sold? Dunped?"

      Not necessarily. The witnesses did not say the "baby" was moving, crying or active in any way. The adults could have been carrying a deceased Ayla, or injured Ayla. The injuries to Ayla may already have taken place and what the witnesses saw was the "disposal" of Ayla.

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    8. Anonymous 8.29 am That would be many more people. If we choose to believe that Ayla was whisked away by those people, except for the witness who says that the woman looked like Phoebe, the other people were strangers. Do you really think that these additional 3 or 4 people would have taken a dead Ayla to dispose of her ? That would be many accomplices, I find this unlikely.

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    9. I can dress myself and disguise myself so my mother couldn't even recognize me. Who said they were really strangers? It's dark, it's night people are moving a child. How familiar was the witness(es) with the players? I still maintain, IF this took place perhaps they witnessed the disposal, not an abduction. I also believe the blood information that has come out and that tells me that Ayla did not leave that home unharmed or in any condition to be alive today.

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  5. I really like what you just said. It is like the in the book of Buddha, the blind men describing an elephant.
    And someone holds the missing pieces.

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  6. I have few questions that have been nagging at me for along time and I hope someone has the answers.

    Did Jeff, Ron, Ron's wife, ex wife, Ron Jr. Jessica or any other of Trista's family try to visit Ayla during the 59 days she was at the Di Pietros in Waterville?

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    1. Dana with that question you are deflecting from the real issue at hand.
      Just as much as those who go on about Trista's background and sex life. Or those that want tit for tat and ask about Justin's other child and his role as women juggler.

      What has the Reynolds' Waterville visitation schedule have to do with what happened to Ayla? Did the Reynolds take her and hide her? Did LE overlook investigating those questions? If they did, they'd be in trouble with the defense in any court case up the line.

      Your tone is quite apparent. You want a level playing field for everyone in this case. So let's natter a bit about those awful Reynolds, huh? They didn't care about Ayla! Or, if they had cared, they would have been over there in Waterville taking tea with the DiPietros.

      Did they not want to ruffle the feathers of a family who was anything but cordial to them? Trista was trying to get back on her feet and get her child back without incident. Did they want to prevent an outright beat down by Lance, the DiPietro family enforcer? Or an out and out melee' with the cops called in? I have no idea.

      Why are your questions about them germaine to bringing back Ayla? Or indeed to the question of what happened to Ayla?

      I find many of your comments disingenous. Such as throwing this latest one into the pot. You want a side bar on which to hang Trista's relatives for not showing up at Violette Ave

      Also, your remark on another page shows your true feelings, imo, about Trista when you called her "The Saint of Portland".No one has ever called her a saint, maybe just a mom who needs answers from the people who "lost" her baby and who is spit upon at every opportunity when she tries to get it.

      Ah, but what an old smoothie you are. How to get in those digs in at Trista and look all innocent at the same time while getting the response you wanted from a supporter of Justin's.

      Your sympathies have always been very evident, imo, as you hide under the cloak of "I'm just here for Ayla!". Why not relax and just be who you are? Come out loud and proud and say the talk against the DiPietros is not fair! And how about those Reynolds! Get it all off your chest. You'd suffer less pangs of whatever you are always suffering and we'd have less drama.

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    2. I didn't even bother to read your whole comment. The reason for the post It doesn't matter what people feel about Di Pietro or Trista what matters is what happened to Ayla and where she is. Next the question about the family did they try to visit Ayla, did any of them see what she was in for an environment and how she was treated, did they voice any concerns that DHHS should have checked on.

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    3. The one thing you forgot in your comment is how you are just an 80 year old woman.

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    4. Since when is being female or elderly an insult?

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    5. Dana why do you always have to have the last word..and why doest it seem to end with sarcasm?
      Your sarcasm is spread all over "The proof is in the screen capture" posts.
      I really cant figure out where you truly stand on this case..i know you say you are in it for Ayla, and i believe that, but not in it for the people that post on this blog...so it seems to me.
      I have the upmost respect for Tori, and have been following her blogs since she started. I can always figure out where she stands with this case, but you Dana are all over the place IMO

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    6. Now that I have taken the time to read your extensive analogy of my intent and tone. I never said the Reynolds were awful, I never said they didn't care. The talk is always about Justin the slime ball of Waterville, a murderer, his family is the scum of the earth according to most and yes I think you most of all.

      The comment Saint Trista of Portland is because you try to portray her as such. My comment is you and others view her as perfect and I think no one is perfect, not even myself.

      The Di Pietros are not perfect either I agree. Justin very well could have done as people suggest I admit that and always have. He also may not have which you will not let yourself say.

      I am hiding under nothing you want to say I am falsifying my reasons for being here go ahead. I have nothing to prove to you or anyone else.

      I will continue to speak about Ayla and for her. Your constant belittling and accusations will not change that.

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    7. freckles: When someone replies to my comment I feel they want an answer from me The comment about what I thought the person forgot to say was not an insult. I think the comment to me is from a person that had stated that before. If it isn't that person then it means nothing. It was an after thought and I added it on after the original comment.

      Do I ever get sarcastic, yes I am human and I get tired of being slammed, and seeing other people always slammed. It seems to be alright if you want to slam one family but never bring up anything you may think could be wrong with the other.

      I will not pretend to be a Trista fan I am not. I do sympathize with what she is going through however. I will not say she is perfect and can do no wrong.

      I also will not put myself on one and say I am perfect. As all of you can attest to.

      Where I stand is Ayla is missing I do not know for a fact she is dead, I do not know for a fact who did cause her to be missing. Only that she is. I will not accuse anyone of murder, I will wait and let LE do that.

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    8. Dana, in answer to one of your questions--I recall in an interview that Trista stated that DHHS was supposed to check on Ayla, and they didn't (paraphrased by me as I don't have the article in front of me). It was also noted on the documentation provided regarding Ayla's pulled leg muscle early on, by aylareynolds.com, that DHHS be contacted. I don't know if this information helps you.

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    9. Great observations Anon 1:31 PM. People rarely see their own shortcomings. And most people do have a strong opinion about what happened to Ayla. Why anyone would try to pretend otherwise, I'm not sure. People should just say how they feel, honestly and not worry about what others will think or say. This isn't a popularity contest. It's a discussion and the more different the opinions, the more satisfying the conversation.

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    10. Dana,
      You really do come across as having a problem with Jeff, Trista, and their families. You do not seem fair and balanced if that is what you claim to be.
      You seem to get upset if someone has any problem not believing the Diipietros story of seeing nothing and being normal all the time.
      Maybe you really don't see how you sound.

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    11. Anonymous 1:31, said:

      "Ah, but what an old smoothie you are"

      ....If I were the judge, that prize would belong to you.

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    12. I have followed this case from the beginning, every day since the blogs started. I think Dana and all of the people who are trying to make the Reynolds be the focus of this tragedy are doing so to keep the attention off the Dipietros who caused this tragedy in the first place. Ayla needs justice and everyone knows that the Dipietros are doing everything in thier power to cause that justice not to happen. IMO the people who are trying to divert attention from the Dipietros, the people who were with Ayla when she "disappeared", the people who have Ayla's blood on their hands, in their home, in their cars, are doing a disservice to Ayla and I find it insulting. JMO

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    13. Do you really believe that MSP, or the AG, is so inept that there investigation will be diverted by things people say on a blog?
      I give them a lot more credit than that.

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    14. I didn't mean that they are trying to divert MSP or AG or LE, but they are trying to divert the public. It won't work. Too much blood out there for all to see. The Dipietros are guilty.

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    15. Anonymous 1:14

      Has your attention been diverted by anything you've read or heard?
      I think you'd answer, no. I would too.

      My point is, public sentiment is not going to effect the investigation. MSP won't be guided in their investigation by public sentiment. (I hope) Public sentiment doesn't effect the evidence, and where it leads.
      The AG, won't be guided by public sentiment.
      So even if there are some trying to divert the public's attention, it wouldn't effect the outcome in any way.
      Justice will happen.

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    16. I agree, I just get frustrated I guess. Its hard to read some of the comments made and for whatever reason feel I have to speak to their ignorance.

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    17. Yeah, I understand.

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  7. "The only person that matters is a precious little baby girl with blonde hair and blue eyes. She has disappeared without a trace and must be found. She must be brought home where she belongs"

    I agree with this, tho traces are in that house, unfortunately they don't appear to lead to where little Ayla is.

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  8. I appreciated your post Dana.
    I always do, because I know they are heartfelt.

    I do honestly feel that we all want the same thing.
    For Ayla to be found and justice to be served.

    Anonymous @ 7:38, I appreciated your comment. Something I think we should all consider.

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  9. Since I began following this case, I pray for Ayla to be found daily. I am the Mother of 4 adult sons, so this case hurts my heart. I cannot imagine having to live through the torment of "where is my baby ?"

    Ayla needs to be brought home. She was just a baby and deserves so much better than what she received in this life. Her age at disappearance was a magnificent one ! I have a Granddaughter who is 2, and it amazes me to watch the silly things she does, & things she says. She is such a blessing to me and her parents. WHY wasn't Ayla in that category ? Children are "little" for such a short time. I recall the years gone by, when mine were toddlers, but not as well as I am able to savor each & every moment when observing my Grandchildren. Things are slower now, and time is freer.

    Whoever did this to Ayla, step forward and gain peace. Free your conscience. Ask the Lord for forgiveness, and let this baby be layed to rest like she DESERVES to be !

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  10. Anon @ 1:31 PM - You hit the nail on the head, GREAT POST!

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  11. I think investigators need to start thinking laterally.
    I think this was a step in the right direction:
    "it’s likely state police have established probable cause and now it's a matter of getting to the truth through interviews with three adults and other two children who were in the home that night."
    http://www.necn.com/01/31/12/Retired-police-chief-The-Ayla-Reynolds-c/landing_newengland.html?blockID=642132&feedID=4206
    I'm wondering now if LE really did interview the kids in the DiPietro house. If they didn't it was a missed opportunity.

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  12. How old were the children?

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  13. I think old enough to talk. but I didn't research it. sorry.

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  14. Could the prosecutors be dragging the feet because of:
    "PETER ODOM, DEFENSE ATTORNEY: But in the state of Maine, the jury is allowed to consider voluntary intoxication, in deciding whether someone was capable of acting purposely. In other words --

    GRACE: Forming intent.

    P. ODOM: Right. Exactly. It can reduce the level of intent. So it`s relevant but it`s not a defense as you suggest.

    GRACE: You`re absolutely correct, Peter Odom. It is not a defense. What about it, Manuelian?

    JOHN MANUELIAN, CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY: Correct, it could actually lower the charges to voluntary manslaughter, especially if this was done under the rage of cocaine or any other type of drug. It may buy him out of the murder case and bring him down to a voluntary manslaughter case.

    GRACE: Let`s just get to the brass tax, lawyers. Let`s take off our hats, prosecution and defense, and talk about how we can crack the case. All right? We know there`s three adults in the home that night. We know there`s three children. You`ve got the father of Ayla, his sleepover girlfriend, Courtney Roberts, 24 years old, the photos we`re showing of -- of her, extremely revealing, and we`ve got his blood sister and her child.

    All right. Very often have you found, Eleanor, that one party won`t speak because they wrongfully believe that they`re helping by not telling police the truth, or they fear they`ll be implicated in some way.

    E. ODOM: That happens all the time, Nancy. And then what happens is, they then face a charge perhaps of abuse of the child or murder of the child. If that comes on down the pike. But you know you`ve got to talk to everybody in the house. And when somebody is not talking to you, when they`re not being forthcoming, then, of course, you`re going to have suspicions. So that the most important thing to do when you`re looking at this type of case.

    GRACE: Manuelian?

    MANUELIAN: Yes, you know, these people might have cracked and told friends in privacy what really happened, so the police have to implore the friends to come forward or third parties to come forward if they have any information.

    GRACE: Peter Odom, all three -- all four of us have seen this a million times, where several parties are on the scene of a crime.

    P. ODOM: Right.

    GRACE: Nobody wants to talk because they think they`ll be implicated when the reality is who talks first normally gets the best deal.

    P. ODOM: Somebody here knows something. This kid was not abducted, that`s clear. The police are being smart, in my opinion. They`re not arresting anybody and throwing them in jail and trying to coerce them, that`s what happened in the Casey Anthony case, and we see how well that worked. But laying off and letting people decide to come to the police themselves."

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    1. http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1202/02/ng.01.html

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  15. The children in the home couldn't speak. I know for a fact that Elishas daughter is far behindvon her verbal skills for her age. She barely speaks at all more mumbles and yes no stuff. I just saw her 3 days ago.

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    1. how old is Gabby?

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    2. http://www.babycenter.com/0_toddler-milestone-talking_11738.bc

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    3. It doesn't matter that Gabby couldn't speak then. She still witnessed something and whether it's down the road, or years from now, her brain knows. It's amazing how the brain works and one day, Gabby might be the one to honor Ayla and tell the truth.

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    4. I still doubt that what happened to Ayla happened between the hours of midnight and dawn on the 17th. I think what happened to Ayla happened earlier on the 16th...or perhaps even before the 16th. So the two kids, Gabby and Ayden, don't necessaril have had to have seen or heard anything. I mean, even if they could talk.

      One thing looks certain: Derek knows when and how Ayla got hurt. He believes a bill of goods that his BFF has sold him. Or he helped Justin in some way to dispose of Ayla, believeing that his friend shouldn't be held responsible for an ?accident? Or perhaos he was a witness to the accident.

      What was Ayla to Derek? He has not, IIRC, ever expressed any worries over her health or her condition of kidnapped victim. How sad is that?

      Derek's passionate distribes against Trista, whom he professes not to have even met, are very telling about his relationship with Justin, IMO. Best friends forever? You bet, and much more, Again, only my take.

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  16. and remember McCausland stated:
    That, there is, we think, that he or the two others, inside that home, or any others that are associated with that home, may have information but they just haven't told us."

    Steve McCausland, MSP
    http://bangordailynews.com/2012/05/31/news/mid-maine/police-highly-unlikely-ayla-reynolds-will-be-found-alive/

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  17. "the reality is who talks first normally gets the best deal."

    something to sleep on.

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  18. I have some questions that may have been answered and may not point to where Ayla is but may answer why Ayla was left to live with Justin and why Trista ended up filing for custody.

    First how long was Trista in rehab? I have read that she decided to leave Ayla with him thinking it was best for her because Trista was not stable after leaving rehab and it was in best interest for her to stay there? And then did Trista ask for Ayla back and what was Justin reaction to that if it did happen? I am trying to understand the length of her stay and also the breaking of Ayla arm as to if Trista was in rehab when it happen or was she already out at that point?

    I feel Trista was tring to get her life on track but was still depending on a boyfriend that was in jail so she was putting Ayla on the back burner until she finally figured out that Justin was not going to give Ayla back so that is when she stepped up and filed for custody. Sometimes we all make choices that come back to slap us in the face but Trista was clearly makes the wrong ones. I try to write mine off as learning experiences but when it comes to my kids there are no room for that. I went thru the same thing with my oldest daughters daddy and I fought him back and won. Of course I ask for a favor and he took it and ran with it.

    Do not mess with my kids no matter what. I am just trying to understand why she would take one kid back and leave one out there wondering why she was not home with her mother. It seems normal for mother now a days to let the father have the kids because they do have better jobs but a child does not know that.

    Trista wants people to feel sorry for her but what point was she really there for Ayla at the end? I know she called her and he would not let Ayla talk to Trista but how long between getting out of rehab and filing for custody? I think once Ayla had the broken arm I would have jumped at the chance to get her back. I would not be going to doctor visits with him and sitting there knowing my daughter was hurting and not doing nothing. And money is not a good answer to hold back from getting her. Maybe be the reason Justin did not call her when Ayla went missing because she had not give him the feeling Ayla was her first priority. Not trying to dog Trista but she may had a screwed up life but her kids could not pay for her mistakes and everyone feel sorry for her if she was not doing for Ayla because she was more worried about her boyfriend then her own daughter. You fight for what is right in your heart and Ayla was not what was in her heart at the time until it was too late. Mistakes were made but Ayla is still missing and the answers are are not there.

    And further more Trista stood by Justin at first as if nothing between them had happen as far as fighting over her. I know it was not the right time but she let him lead and she was the follower. Maybe that is why people believe they are in this together. I do not believe that and feel it is all Justin and he is the only player in this. Everyone else is just pawns making this case to hard to crack.

    Plus was the blood wet or real dry? Too many questions and nobody has to answer but some are jumping on others on their believes but really nobody knows and have their own feelings and when it does not side with theirs it heats up in this blog. It has gone from trying to finding Ayla to busting people up and that is not going to find Ayla. Too long of a post fro me but at least I am focused on Ayla and not the posters on here.

    Someone has the question that will make that person snap so think about what that question will be. Will you post the one thing they read that will make them answer and get justice for Ayla. Make them answer for what they did. Make them think we are closer to the answer and they are going down for this.

    Nene_please

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    1. We can all feel whatever we want, but only Trista knows the truth about her life. I wonder how any of us would feel, if the father of our child lost our child and then we had to suffer our life being dissected?

      I see blog upon blog talking about Trista this and Trista that. Where are the blogs questioning Justin? Justin had physical custody and care of Ayla. Ayla disappeared from Justin's house. The police say Justin is not being open about all that happened. The police say a kidnapping did not happen. The police say we are unlikely to find an alive Ayla.

      Most of the blogs are barking up the wrong tree.

      Justin, what did you do with Ayla and where is she? Tell the truth, Justin. This could be the first good thing you do for Ayla.

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    2. I totally agree Anon 9:55 this is not about Trista. They are all just trying to divert attention. Its not going to happen with me. Justin needs to talk, he is the only one with the answers and as far as I am concerned until I hear from him he is guilty as sin. Trista doen't have the answers and wants them and so would I. She is a grieving mom who will grieve forever. Justin is a hateful human who cares for no one but himself. Justice for Ayla!

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    3. Nene-please states: "Plus was the blood wet or real dry?"

      Not sure why you asked that one, how would any of us know? But I bet that full time forensic chemist that was logging in a lot of OT might know the answer to your question...

      "Maine's top cop also says a lot of forensic legwork goes into making a case these days.

      For example, Morris says one forensic chemist is working full-time and overtime just on the case of missing Waterville toddler Ayla Reynolds.

      Morris tells us, "Everything that you magically see on TV, the public now demands and, in a lot of cases, the courts demand."

      Sergeant Mike Edes, the president of the Maine State Troopers Association, says long shifts put a lot of stress on the force.

      "Some of our homicide detectives will go out and work up to 40 hours straight," Edes says.

      Read more: http://www.wmtw.com/news/maine/Special-report-State-questioned-about-overtime/-/8792012/11965380/-/6phr5m/-/index.html#ixzz2hRETIiWO

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    4. nene likes to blabber about nothing, posts are always too long and after you read it all you leave with nothing.

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    5. nene why do you feel the need to pick Trista apart? There is no way you believe that Trista did not LOVE that child. Look at the pictures that have been posted before and after her demise. Trista loves her babies its obvious. I think you are disgusting that you feel the need to talk negatively about her in every paragraph.

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    6. Nene-the Reynolds family released a timeline says that Trista entered the treatment facility on October 13, 2011 and was to be released on October 22. I don't know if she actually was released on that date, but she was supposed to be. Justin called Trista on November 12th to tell her he was taking Ayla to the emergency room for her arm. She would've been out of the the facility at that time because we know she visited Ayla in Waterville on November 3. Feel free to ask any other questions and I'll try to help you.

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    7. The way I understand it, Trista did try to get Ayla back. She was being stonewalled by Justin and DHHS.

      In one months time, Ayla's arm was broken. In two months time, Ayla disappeared. It's not like Trista left Ayla in his care and never thought about her again. She did try to get her back, she did try to talk to Ayla, she did try to be involved. 2 months is not a long time. It can take that long, and longer, to even get a court date for a custody hearing. Lets be realistic here.

      If you want to go tit for tat, how often did Justin and his family try to be involved in Ayla's life, before October 2011?

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    8. And Trista has been trying to get Ayla back ever since. The villain isn't Trista.

      The villians are the silent ones holding the secrets. Justin, Elisha and Courtney, what did you do with Ayla?

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  19. It seems to me more people on this blog are having to answer for what they say then trying to find Ayla. Seems like more bullies then warriors for Ayla. It also seems most of the blog sites have more people commenting since Trista released the info on the slides which may be the reason for most being up in arms. Seems we are all losing focus on why we are here and have to explain their reasoning. When did Ayla lose her turn in here? Come on she is still missing and someone knows where she is. Press on for Justice for Ayla and nothing else matters period.

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    1. Well, let's hear it: Whom do you think knows where she is? Could it be someone we know? Someone the cops know?

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  20. Good morning people Dana is up and in a good mood. I have my teflon hat on and am ready for whatever you want to throw at me. I will be here for 45 minutes then off to the golf course. Maybe today Ayla will be found, there is always HOPE.

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    1. Have fun golfing. It's a great day for it.

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    2. Thank you just heading out now. It is sunny and in the 70s.

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    3. We really don't care what you are doing with your day or if you come back.

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    4. I will help you with that all I can I didn't realize the harm I had caused. It wasn't the intention.

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    5. Dana, please don't let comments like that bother you.
      You know what is in your heart.
      You have given so much for Ayla. That's all that matters Certainly not someone who seeks to ridicule, and cause another hurt.
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    6. It doesn't bother me because I only meant anything I said for good to keep Aylas name out there. On the other hand I don't want to drive people away either. I really don't have to comment as much as I do I guess I just get caught up in it once in awhile. I can talk of Ayla without mentioning either side of the family.

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    7. Dana, Say what you want, whenever you want. People who complain about what you say, or how you say need to find better things to do in their life. This is a talk blog, so for goodness sake TALK. If people don't care for a particular poster, let them be grown up enough to pass it by without comment. Please do not let others dictate when you speak out. I will guaranty you that they do not let others tell them when they can talk, what they can say and how.

      You have as much right to say what you feel and say it when you want to say it. If you let them stop you, then they win. Your only responsibility is to yourself. If you are good with what you say, no one else matters.

      Justin, what did you do with Ayla? Courtney Lee (Roberts), what happened to Ayla? Elisha, where is Ayla?

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    8. Anonymous 10:11 AM, who said we thought you cared? Or do you just speak out to be cruel?

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    9. I will still comment I just need to think a little before I let my fingers do the walking so to speak. I would hate to cause anyone to feel they were not welcome here. We need all voices for Ayla. Tori has worked hard to bring this site to life I want to be an asset not just part of the word.

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  21. nene you are not here for ayla, you are here for Justin and it disgusts me. This is not about Trista and your attempts to make it about Trista doen't change what is plain as day, blood all over the Dipietros says it all. Use you common sense for once, your posts are redundant to say the least.

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  22. Katie is friends on FB with Lance and Elisha, does that tell you anything about this blog? Keep the focus on finding answers, no matter what the Dipietro family friends post. Keep asking the questions that matter, demand that the Dipietros come clean and explain where all the blood came from and where is Ayla. Babies are not diposable and the Dipietros need to tell us where she is.

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  23. Courtney changed her name on facebook to Courtney Lee. Hmmmmm I wonder why They can run, but they can't hide!

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  24. Courtney Lee where is Ayla? Please speak out for this beautiful baby, she didn't deserve what happened to her. Children are innocent. Your a mother how can you stay silent? What if you were in Trista's shoes?

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  25. In the defense of U4A and others they have no doubt about what they feel happened and who the guilty ones are. They may be 100% correct I don't know. I think some view the ones that think Ayla may still be alive as people that are hurting the cause for Ayla. I don't see it that way but it is possible they may. This is just my opinion I mean no disrespect by saying it.

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  26. Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "It Doesn't Matter":

    Dana @ 4:23 PM

    I don't have an issue with you ( per say ) or this blog. I do however have an issue with you & others constantly repeating the same bs mantra that people have an issue with some that feel Ayla is alive & that its hurting the cause. That is so rediculous & complete bull, I hope you see how rediculous it is & put an end to it.

    By the way, its really sad to see so many that have been loyal bloggers here go to the new blog & dis Tori & Katie.
    Katie & Tori don't deserve that.

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    1. So do you think maybe we are including ourselves and they only mean people that are true Di Pietro supporters? Some come across as they lump us all in one group? I suppose that is possible and it is not all I am talking about only some. There are those that say they are fine with what we believe. If you thought I meant all you misunderstood my comment.

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    2. I know I am fine with everyone's opinion but it is the trolls that are driving people away. When someone writes their feelings down, then it is picked apart.

      I still feel that the key to some of the questions will never be know even after Ayla is found and she will not get the justice she deserves. I am here for Ayla only. Neither parent has my support at this point until they are ruled out.

      I am not God and do not know who to believe no matter what is out there for everyone to argue over. I did read what Trista said about the slides but I have to stand back and go with what I have learned in the past, do not condemn someone if you do not have all the facts.

      Push for justice for Ayla but lets make sure all the facts are in so whoever did this does not walk scott free. Pointing fingers is not finding her at all.

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    3. You may believe that pointing fingers does help find her at all, but I would have to respectfully disagree. Unless the people who committed this crime against Ayla feel that all eyes are upon them, they may never speak up. The truth is what will bring Ayla justice. The truth needs to be told and those who are holding the truth need to feel as thought it's what we are all pushing for.

      Being uncommitted, or undecided does nothing. There are some things that people can reasonably conclude from the facts that are known. It's not unreasonable for some people to have a clear view of what might have taken place than perhaps others will have. So, I'm glad they state their feelings.

      I, for one (I'm sure there are others) have reasonably concluded that the DiPietro's are hiding the truth. Justin, Elisha, Courtney Roberts (or Lee), Lance, Phoebe and most likely some of the Tudela family are hiding puzzle pieces. I've also reasonably concluded from statements made by the LE that Ayla is "not likely alive", "most likely was not kidnapped from the home" and "was injured in the DiPietro home". Those are facts that we know and cannot be ignored. I trust the LE know much more than they are telling anyone. So the little we've been told is most likely only the tip of the iceberg.

      I'm not interested in being politically correct, or wishy washy either. I've looked at everything from the beginning to now and I've reasonably concluded that it is the DiPietro family who have stalled the finding of Ayla and I'm not afraid to say that is what I believe.

      Unless the DiPietro family talk publicly and give me reason to believe otherwise, their continued silence merely confirms my reasonable conclusions.

      I have no problem with anyone who feels otherwise. I certainly wouldn't condemn them or belittle them. Everyone has the right to their opinions and the right to state that opinion. This one, is just mine.

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    4. Sorry, that top sentence should have said "doesn't help". Oy

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    5. There is a difference between being a Justin supporter and being a sympathizer, or just someone who doesn't want to blame anyone without knowing the whole truth.

      People should stop concerning themselves with what other people think they are and just have confidence in the person they known themselves to be.

      It seems that when everything else has been discussed on blogs, the conversation sinks to talk about each other. As far as people going to other blogs, well it's not uncommon for people to want to be around those that believe and think they same way they do. Eventually, all they have left to discuss will be which one of us believes what we all believe more. A true discussion needs people of different mindsets, otherwise it's just a mutual admiration society. :) And when those that all believe the same thing, get tired of discussing how much they all agree with each other, they will sink to discussing the posters/people of the other blogs. This seems to be the evolution of the Ayla blogs.

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