Definitive Answers At Last
For the past few months I have attempted to look at this case with an open mind. I have not read into evidence released by anyone that wasn't backed by LE. it has been difficult to do because my heart has always felt that what happened to Ayla was an accident that was covered up for some reason, most likely because it was their neglect that caused the accident to begin with.
I have never felt that it was likely that Trista took Ayla and brought her to some undisclosed location where she has remained ever since. If Trista was desperate enough to get Ayla back into her custody, she had to have known immediately that this would never happen once the police started their investigation. She would have had no choice but to confess to police early on or take the risk of never being able to see Ayla. The same holds true with her having a family member take Ayla.Living in Maine and knowing how many people, including myself, that don't leave their doors or windows locked or if they do, routinely leave a spare key hidden under a rock outside made it easier for me to believe that an abduction could have occurred. I believe it is possible for someone to sneak into a house in the middle of the night and abduct a child and leave undetected but that person would have had to stake the house out for some time before the actual abduction to learn the family's routine and the layout of the house in order to pull an abduction off. The mere fact that there were extra people in the home that night makes that theory seem very far fetched. No abductor watching a home would go through with an abduction knowing there were extra bodies in the house and therefore run the risk of being detected. It doesn't pass the smell test as McCausland would say. The evidence of blood also made that a hard theory to pass off as being the likely scenario.Up until tonight there has been much debate from both sides about the blood. Whose blood it was and how much of it was there. LE had released very little about the blood. The majority of the blood evidence was released to the public by Trista and many did not believe she was accurately relaying his information. LE has never confirmed or denied the evidence released by Trista with the help of Jeff and some others, myself included although minutely. Tonight however was a turning point for me. I can no longer sit back and play devil's advocate and try to interpret things differently so as to please everyone. I will always be respectful of all opinions because everyone has a right to their opinions and I will never berate or degrade someone who doesn't agree with me. I also will still not write posts describing gory death scenarios. It isn't in me anymore.Some of you may be wondering what that turning point was for me tonight, others will know exactly what I am talking about.Steve McCausland was interviewed and he made one statement that really struck me. He stated that MSP was aware of the evidence Trista released and they had NO CRITICISM of it. He may not be able to officially confirm or deny what she has told us but that was pretty damn close to a confirmation and enough for me to believe what Trista has told us about the blood, where it was found and who it belonged to.The question for me is no longer, do we have it wrong and Ayla was abducted but more what happened to Ayla that night and why was it covered up and even more importantly where is she now?People will continue to believe what they believe. I can't change that but for once we got a definitive answer from MSP when McCausland also said THERE WAS BLOOD IN THE HOUSE AND THAT BLOOD WAS AYLA's. He did not say some was Ayla's or believed to be Ayla's. If Trista was told that it was enough blood to believe that Ayla is likely deceased then I have no reason to believe otherwise. Do you?
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