Really?A source tells me that according to Derek Tudela he thinks the reports that police call the DiPietro house one step away from a hoarder's house, dirty, and littered with beer bottles "a joke". He claims the house was not dirty until MSP got there and trashed the place. Apparently Derek says it looked like a tornado hit the house and that MSP left fingerprint dust from floor to ceiling. He also claims MSP broke furniture and that furniture was missing and that there were no beer bottles there before MSP got there. He also goes on to say that they made no attempt to clean the house which was appalling to him since the family willingly vacated the house and handed over their keys asking officers to do whatever it takes to find their little girl.I don't doubt that there was some mess left behind by the Maine State Police after processing the DiPietro House. I would think that MSP's main concern would be finding Ayla who had only been missing for a few days and not filming an episode of Home Makeover Missing Child's Edition. If Ayla was everyone's main concern what little mess left by MSP would be minor compared to all the overtime hours put in by these people looking for Ayla. Their own children missing their presence Christmas Morning and all the family dinners prior and after because they were working a case, the risk to themselves by diving into frigid waters-that is minor compared to leaving a cluttered, dirty house dirtier. Since these are Derek's words and not the words of the DiPietro's it isn't fair to assume that they also share these feelings.As far as the beer bottles, where did they come from? Were MSP drinking and partying while processing the crime scene and left their empties behind? The family lawyer claims there was no drinking in that house so why all the beer bottles? Why leave all the beer bottles for police to see and then try to say afterwards that there was no one drinking in the house that night? Why did Justin leave for a bottle of wine that night if the intention was not for it to be drank that night? We know Justin drinks because he was pulled over with alcohol in his vehicle and violated his conditions of release. He wouldn't have had a no alcohol condition of release if the initial charge wasnt alcohol or drug related or he was on drugs and alcohol while committing the offense.The whole denial of alcohol being involved in Ayla's disappearance and then the refuting all the evidence that there was empty alcohol bottles as well as a "wine run" that night further fuels my belief that Ayla was the victim of an accident, most likely by negligence due to an alcohol induced fog, that was covered up poorly due to a time constraint.I posted pictures in the post: http://justiceforayla.blogspot.com/2012/03/picturesyou-knew-it-was-coming-right.html showing an inside glimpse of the DiPietro home prior to Ayla going missing. You be the judge on the condition of the house and what you think the reason for the alcohol cover up is.