Sunday, January 19, 2014

Press for Prosecution Protest

Update:
My name is Heather Garczynski and I am one of the many organizers of an upcoming Press for Prosecution Protest on Saturday, January 25, 2014.  I would like to bring the following information to your attention.  If you need more information or have any additional questions please feel free to contact me at msdiedre70@hotmail.com.  Thank you

For Immediate Release

It has been 25 months now and there have been no charges filed in the disappearance and death of 20 month old Ayla Reynolds despite the overwhelming blood evidence found in the father’s home.  Law enforcement officials of the MSP department have determined that no kidnapping has taken place, Ayla did not walk out of the house on her own, that there was foul play involved and that the three adults in the house that night are not being truthful.  The silence of both Law Enforcement and those that were in the house when she disappeared is deafening.

In response there will be a Press for Prosecution Protest on Saturday, January 25th, 2014 at the Waterville, Police Department in Waterville, Maine.  Protesters will meet at 11:30 and the protest will begin at 12 noon. Singer/Songwriter/Producer Pallaso will be in attendance and will be performing his tribute song to Ayla Reynolds “It’s Cold.”  Songwriter Al Pouliot will also be performing his tribute to Ayla called “Ayla’s Song.”

There will also be an online event on January 28th, 2014.  Participants will call in/e-mail/message via social media those in charge of the investigation in this case.  We will be sending a specific message that we want action taken on the overwhelming evidence that points to the involvement of the three adults in the house the night of Ayla’s disappearance.

People in the Waterville community and other cities across the state of Maine and country will be coming together to send a clear message to those in charge with bringing justice to this case.  We demand that you charge/arrest/prosecute Justin DiPietro, Elisha DiPietro, Courtney Roberts and anyone else that may be involved in her disappearance and cover up of her death.  We also implore anyone that may have been involved or know what happened to Ayla to come forward before it is too late. The time for Truth and Justice for Ayla is NOW!

Please join us in seeking Justice for Ayla Reynolds.

155 comments:

  1. Jeff, have you notified the local media of this event? I keep looking for some coverage but it seems to be limited to only FB pages and blogs. I think the protest is newsworthy and should be mentioned in the Morning Sentinel. It would certainly generate more attendees I would imagine. Just a thought.

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    1. I have Anon and it should be in the news this week, thanks.

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    2. Jeff, if I could be there in Maine for the protest, I would in a second. Unfortunately, I live in Oregon. Every mention I see of it, I post on my Facebook page. The best to you, Trista, and the rest of the family, Jeff. :)

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  2. My thoughts prayers for ur family

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  3. Silence is Golden. About time you faced reality!

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    1. Then the post has served it's purpose, for I live in reality and welcome the silence.

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    2. Speaking of silence being golden...does anyone besides me think that if there had been no leaks about the blood before the January vigil, LE would never have commented on the blood and it would have remained a close-to-the-vest secret even now?

      I have seen few investigations so far where LE are so tight-lipped. Well, maybe the Haleigh Cummings case in Florida come to mind as one.

      But then there are close parallels between the Haleigh Cummings case and the Ayla Reynolds case and I don't just mean the smell of corruption surrounding state workers/ officials involved.

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  4. Jeff-Silence is Golden was definately not meant for you!!! It was meant for the hagbags who are always talking shit about Trista and how great Justin is!

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    1. lol, I was enjoying the quite though ;) Apparently there will be people from Maine at the protest that do not believe in the noise that has been created, get yours today :):

      http://www.amazon.com/Vendetta-Adult-Mask-Lot-10/dp/B001KYTFVU

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  5. Justin and Elisha! Your mother knows that Trista knows where Ayla is being hidden! Your mother accused Trista of knowing where Ayla was in the Portland confrontation. Get your mother, Phoebe, to challenge LE into searching houses and apartments near relatives and friends of Trista's instead of dragging random rivers and fields hither and yon! This nonsense has to stop.

    Justin and Elisha, if Phoebe gets no movement from LE to search for Ayla in that place where she is now living, get your family to pool their resources to hire a private dectetive to find out where and with whom Trista has hidden this precious child.

    Ayla deserves no less than a full concerted effort from the DiPietro and Tudela families (and friends of same) to retrieve Ayla from where the Reynolds have hidden her. At the same time, the DiPietro and Tudela families will show all the doubters and accusers how fully concerned about Ayla's well-being they are and how busily engaged the DiPietros and supporters are in bringing Ayla home to the family who loves her!

    Don't let the Reynolds get away with their chicanery and criminality! You have already missed two precious years of Ayla growing up. Don't let missing out on Ayla's lifet go on any longer.Justin, your mother took Ayla to give her a better life. Trista's gang interrrupted that life by conspiring to kidnap and hide Ayla from you. Don't let them get away with it any longer!

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    1. Whack Job!!!!!!!

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    2. This is laughable at best. There has been no evidence what so ever that Trista has anything to do with the disappearance of Ayla. The blood evidence in Justin's house which include: his bed, all over his wall, all over a tv, vcr, fan cord, plastic tote in which there was a sheet with blood on it indicating that it was used to clean up blood, on his shoe and in his car, all indicate to me that he has something to do with the disappearance of his daughter. Yes they need to step up and tell us where Ayla is. Blaming the mother when the evidence is at the father's house is a weak attempt at focusing the blame onto someone else and off of who it really needs to be on which is Justin DiPietro, Elisha DiPietro, and Courtney Roberts.

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    3. Ohh Don't forget Phoebe, she was the Main Person who used her State Position with another State Person to start this evil abduction!!!

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    4. There are two shades of Grace, one is forgiveness and the other is refinement. Anon 1/20 has neither.

      Sell crazy some where else Grace.

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    5. fuck you jeff you know perfectly well i havent commented on this blog for months. you also know exactly what i think happened to ayla so you and that baby killing whore of a step daughter can kiss my big fat ass

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    6. Grace, nobody knows or cares what your thinking or where you've been, not even you. Your calling card and tarot cards have the same MO.

      No matter how much make up you put on, you can't cover crazy.

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    7. By the way, I'm sorry to hear the diet plan you were on did not work out.

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    8. you can fix crazy but you cant fix stupid

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    9. Grace, how does your language help Ayla? We're trying to remain somewhat civil here so that the in absentia administrator doesn't take down the site.

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    10. grace sounds as if she has been bitten by the green-eyed monster.

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    11. Grace is a thoroughly disgusting Dipietro supporter. What a rotten foul-mouthed crazy!

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    12. Re: Anon 1/20 8:00 pm - I'm 99.9 % sure that comment wasn't from Grace. I recognize the tone and writing style as being another poster. If I am correct, the comment was not to be taken literally, it was made with her tongue firmly in cheek. Sarcasm, when written, is sometimes taken seriously.

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    13. thank you dee

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    14. i stay off the blogs to avoid the circus. jeff has no right to bring my name up anytime someone writes something he doesnt like. if i have something to say i will say it on my own blog.

      my language isnt helping ayla any more than jeff blaming me for stupid shit is.

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  6. She's got you there Hanson

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  7. Oh, that Grace person needs help.

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  8. If Phoebe really believed that Trista took Ayla, she'd be out stumping for her thuggish son on every platform she could find. She'd be talking to the press non-stop about Trista's involvement in Ayla disappearance. She be down at police headquarters lighting fires under the cops to arrest Trista and every Reynolds in sight.

    We know what she has done is just the reverse. And her deflection to Trista with "Tell us where my granddaughter is" is just that, a deflection. "Look there, at Trista, everybody, don't look at my son who has a bad temper and a habit of kicking doors" and possibly other items? This woman is the pitts. She knows what happened to Ayla and she knows where Ayla is.

    Tells us about the blood in your house, not found in Trista's, Phoebe dearest.

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    1. They never looked for blood in Tristas house Anon 5:15
      so how would you know if there was any?

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    2. And just how do you know they "never looked for blood" in Trista's house? Are you part of the Investigating Team?? They definately was there asking questions several times. You must be a part of the Dipetro's team with your snide remarks.

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    3. Yes of course i must be up Dipetros ass because i know they didnt check FOR BLOOD AT TRISTAS.

      R U FOR REAL? ASK YOUR BUDDY JEFF IF THEY CHECKED FOR BLOOD AT TRISTAS BEFORE YOU OPEN YOUR BIG MOUTH.

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    4. My. oh. my. Someone is getting upset. Sounds like Get Real People is back from the secret Dip rooms!

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    5. Not upset at all - CAPS got stuck. You cant get upset at stupidity. Thats the only comeback any of you have. If anyone disagrees with you - they are up the Dipetros ass. Is that all you have? Nothing intelligent?

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    6. Killing Whore of a StepDaughter Grace? Why the pure intense hatred? It goes to show you are a Dip, family or friend of a Dip? Do you actually even know her personally Grace. OR JUST SPOUTING OUT YOUR ASS!

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    7. As far as kissing your fat ass Grace, we now know its not Courtney or Heidi, but it definately could be Phoebe or Elisha!!

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  9. Jeff, in the Case for Trista you spoke about new detectives should be put on the case. I think that is a request LE would agree to if it is demanded by the family and the people of Maine. They should get someone from another state, with experience in cases like this one. They need help. They deffinately need new detectives added to their team, new interviews, new searches. They say their focus is finding Ayla, but it seems they work only on eliminating searches and they gave up on getting answers from the 3 who are witholding information from them. New detectives should work on that lead.
    I read a comment about 48 hrs. I think if the contact info of some of these shows are put up in a post, people could write to them, suggesting to feature Ayla's case. ( Aphrodite Jones, and Missing-Investigation Discovery etc.)

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    1. I was thinking the John Walsh show...

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    2. " They should get someone from another state, with experience in cases like this one. They need help. They deffinately need new detectives added to their team, new interviews, new searches."

      I can see new searches being done with help from an FBI guys trained in researching the geography and milieu of the suspect in order to pinpoint the body.That's the only mystery that a new detective team could help with, IMO.

      There's Ayla's blood in different places in the house, in Justin's car, and in his shoes, Ayla is missing. Whatever the DiPietros have told the cops, their stories don't match or make sense. "Their tales of that night when Ayla supposedly was " taken" don't pass "the straight-face test" to the cops.

      Could an outside team make more sense of the the stories or perhaps get more clues from them about where the body might be? Doubtful. Twp of them failed their LD tests and I assume Courtney was also told she failed hers..And Phoebe screwed up any veracity she might have had with her "no party" stories, soon retracted.

      What could a new team discover that the old team overlooked? Some proof there was an abduction?

      We know that the police have been doing searches in streams, rivers, and, last October in the ground. It has never appeared that LE thought Ayla was alive. After looking in the neighborhood, the cops went quickly to dumpsters and then to the waterways. Not looking for an alive baby who had wandered away. Nor with the blood evidence found in the house, not one who was abducted.

      And finally, from all we've heard, Stokes isn't going to do anything about arresting anyone until the body is found. Would the MSP call in the FBI again and admit they need help in just finding the body? The FBI have already assessed the scene as showing no abduction, so what's left?

      The mystery seems to be only where Ayla is. And honestly, even if her body were found (highly unlikely) what could it tell investigators after this long time, or perhaps years hence?

      I think the only thing to do is arrest all three from that house and charge them with obstruction of justice in that they have withheld evidence in a missing child case. Then, I'm betting someone of the three, might cave and give a reasonable story. But the prosecuto, seemingly backed by LE, is not going to do anything without that body. And that fact lets them all off the hook! The case will remain "active" so nothing can be revealed...the case is "active", but the investigators are not.

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  10. Grace please tell Justin and the others that the only way the protest for prosecution will not happen is if one or all of them go to the police and tell them what happened to Ayla. If they don't they can expect us...thanks

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    1. The DiPietros are safe as long as that body stays hidden. They know that they're safe as long as no one finds Ayla and as long as they keep their mouths shut. Pressure that should have been applied to all of them before the advent of lawyers wasn't for some reason. And now it is too late. Everyone on the case seems wussy to me. Afraid of their shadows. I don't know enough about the corruption in Maine to think why, but this case reeks of it.

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    2. Is this press for prosecution, which you are directing at local police departments who have no authority to prosecute, a ploy to get a confession? if so, explain the logic behind it? I've been at a loss as to what this protest is hoping to accomplish other than making some noise and inconveniencing law enforcement who is on AYLA's side.

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    3. justin doesnt talk to me get real

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    4. This protest will do nothing to compel Stokes et.al to arrest anybody, but at least it keeps Ayla before the public. What is the DiPietro faction so afraid of?

      All of you are so darned upset! Why don't you all hold a demonstration of your own backing the Dips? Oh, that's right...okay, make it a demo to find an alive Ayla! There ya' go!!

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    5. Do you think most people even give a rats ass what Jeff Hanson plans to do on the 25th? I for one could care less, and I don't know anyone involved personally. LE is not going to act until they are ready.

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    6. You don't give a rat's ass unless Justin gets arrested!? What about Ayla?

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    7. Their not going to find Ayla unless the one responsible is arrested and they give up the location of Ayla.

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    8. Oh and I never said Justin gets arrested, in my opinion there is a reason LE will not clear anyone in either family. They are all suspect.

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  11. Ya pretty sure thats not going to happen so dont hold your breath - see you sat! Will you be hiding behind a mask?

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  12. My only question and many others is...If Justin/family/friends are so concerned and had nothing to do with Ayla's disappearance/death..Why have none of them been vocal in helping find her? Im a grandmother and I certainly would be posting, pleaing to the public etc. if this was my grandchild...See this is why I believe that family knows and is responsible...I am one of Ayla's Angels and I certainly post post post daily...Ive not yet seen that from that crew!!! Having this protest continues to show support to BRING AYLA HOME!!! <3 Ayla<3..Too much evidence against the paternal side....These are facts! But some like any are always going to support the guilty until the truth comes out...

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    1. They can't come out for Ayla. They know what bad actors they all are.They can;t even fake a healthy concern for their flesh and blood.They don't dare face the media or the public. That is why Phoebe had her lawyer respond to Trista's revelations in Septe,ber. Honestly, now did anyone feel that the Ma Barker we saw confronting Trista is one likely to have written that "soft" letter to the media?.

      "Trista can say and do what she wants". Ooh, scary, Phoebe! Trista must be trembling in her boots.

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  13. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10200477542741104&set=o.247459205330465&type=1

    Reynolds Family Benefit. Why do they need money?

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    1. Oh, Not Ayla's family. Sorry. I got confused.

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  14. posted a week ago thought id share just a different angle

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  15. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNoT-guaMYw

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    1. Phoebe's demeanor has certainly changed since her ditzy granny act on CNN.

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  16. If Jeff shutting down U4A?

    http://united4ayla.com/united-for-ayla-a-moment-in-time/

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    1. I don't know, John P was paying for the site. He hasn't been there for a long time. Maybe no one else can afford to keep it open. If that is the case they can open a free one. The thing is not a whole lot more can be accomplished with no new information.

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    2. I think the usefulness of the blog sites for Ayla have run there course. Until new developments in the case come out, there is not much that can be said.

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  17. The protest today was a colossal waste of time. The protesters chanted a bit for the news cameras, then sat around twiddling their thumbs waiting for Trista. When Trista pulled in on her chariot in the midst of her adoring fans, the protesters decided they better look busy and started chanting again. Then the humungous crowd of 20 went by the road to harass oncoming traffic while their starving, under-dressed children played in the patch of trees unattended. Apparently, half of the huge crowd went to Violette Avenue to protest the DiPietro's empty house and the 3 cars (that's probably an overestimate) that drove by in the whole 1.5-2 hours they were there. Have a fun trip back to PA, Heather. Next time it might be better if you have money for the trip.

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    1. Oh, too funny! You sure showed LE didn't you, Jeff! Twenty people from across the country descended upon the WPD demanding the arrest of Justin. A cold little boy covered the event and even he realized the protest was pathetic. Did you really think the WPD would accept your gift of coffee and donuts, Jeff? Glad you ponied up some cash so Heather could feed her cold, starving children. I hear your sister even kicked in some cash. Sell any t-shirts, hats, bracelets, or buttons at the event, Jeff? Waterville is fed up with you Jeff. The country is fed up with you Jeff. You are a disgrace to Ayla.

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    2. Anonymous 8:15, how is keeping Ayla's name and face in the media a "disgrace to Ayla"? Why do you hide behind the guise of "Anonymous" and spew such hatred for Jeff? Apparently, a peaceful protest took place today. Why does that offend you so much? Just curious. I don't live in Waterville, or Maine for that matter, and I haven't yet come across anyone who is "fed up" with Jeff. It seems that you have something personal against him.

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    3. Who are you Anon's trying to convince, me or you? I was there and I saw nothing of which you protest here. I guess that's the point isn't it :)) You're not hurting anyone, but yourselves.

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    5. Jeff...I was there. Are you calling Heather a liar?

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    6. Anon@9:40 or her kids. They said on the livestream "my hands are cold" and proceeded to discuss in full gory detail what happened to Ayla. Classy. What a great thing to teach your CHILDREN and lovely images to put in their heads. Then again, they think Trista is mother of the year, after only knowing about Ayla's case for what, a month?

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    7. It was disgusting. Freezing children speaking horrific details drilled into their heads by their whacked-out mother.. No doubt Chelsea Hoffman and Jeff are working on a piece as we speak!

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    8. If anything, the protest showed how little support Trista has. There are very few people who believe her. She can't keep her story straight and makes up lies from the tiny nuggets of facts that have been released from legitimate sources. Her support is crumbling. Just because her trashy supporters are loud and obnoxious, it does not mean they are the majority. Jeff has made it clear that his only interest is clearing Trista's name. When Detective Love et al failed to bend to his demands, he now wants someone else to take over the investigation. Hey Jeff, maybe there is a real reason Trista's name can't and won't be cleared. And just because the Maine State Police deal with these cases less than other states does not mean they're incompetent. And further, just because they have released very few details on this case (I'm talking about actual facts here, not Trista's "recollections" of what she was "told"), does not mean they don't have any solid leads and a good idea of what happened. Maybe it's time ypu had a very frank discussion with Trista. She knows more than she's telling. I would bet money on it. When the truth comes out from people who are "incapable of lying," I think we'll have some shocked people in this state (and apparently Pennsylvania). Thankfully the police know more than we do.

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    9. I was there too and heard Heather say she had no money. If people gave her some, it shows their kindness. I don't think it was a great idea though. There is no teason why someone would make a trip to Maine from Pennsylvania without planning ahead for the expenses of that trip. It shows bad planning and it is so incredibly unfair to the kids to have no real structure. It's our duty as parents to make sure basic needs are met without relying solely on the charity of others. When I saw how her kids and she herself were dressed. It was clear she was unprepared. I will not say who I am since people know who I am, but I witnessed these things first hand. Even though I want justice for Ayla and for the 3 in the house to be arrested I am here to say that those above are being truthful. I wasn't impressed with yesterday's events. There is no teason to lie about how it went or to make it seem better than it was. I was sad to see how many didn't come who said they were. After watching the videos linked above I'm even sadder. We can do better for Ayla then this.

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    10. sorry for all of my typos above. I am very tired today after being in the cold even though it was worth it for Ayla.

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  18. Looking At The FactsJanuary 25, 2014 at 11:58 PM

    Live stream recordings. All I can say is that poor child,he was not dressed for the weather and was freezing, not to mention he had just spent 13 hours in a car traveling here.
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/43077420
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/43080550

    Jeff maybe you don't realize but before you got there this was just a bunch of people standing around,once you showed up with Trista then people swarmed to her and went to the road with there signs. Out of the 181 people who said they were going there were about 35 people that actually showed that includes the 10 or so media people

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    1. We get it. You are thrilled at what you see is a failed attempt to give Ayla's case some publicity. And you are among those who think Ayla is alive! I should think any and all efforts at keeping Ayla's name in the forefront of the public's mind would be applauded by all you who think she is alive. How do you think she will be found? By applauding all those who want the case to just go away?

      Honestly I fail to understand the glee by some as Ayla is forgotten. What strange people who do not want to see Ayla kept in the public eye.

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    2. Considering that these protests aren't really for Ayla, the only "glee" anyone may feel is knowing that so few people believe Trista any longer. I hope that Ayla is alive, but I don't think she is, sadly. I would love for Ayla's name to be shouted from the rooftops, but I would prefer if it was for awareness of AYLA, based on the truth. The Maine State Police are on this case and want it solved as much as anyone. It's time we start respecting their position. Do it for AYLA, not Trista, or Justin, or Jeff.

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    3. That poor child who was forced to record the protest without a pair of gloves who kept begging for gloves or someone to hold the camera! Who are the parents who think that's OK? I hope someone reported them for neglect.

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    4. This enrages me. I have said it before and I'll say it again, Trista's sympathizers are women who can identify with her. I'm glad I didn't go. If I had I might have had to go into the police station and request that an officer inquire about the welfare of the children standing in the cold... These people should be ashamed of themselves. Trista is not a celebrity. This Heather person is not a celebrity. Ayla is not a celebrity. Trista is a mother. Had she behaved like one to begin with, we wouldn't even know her name. Ayla is a child. A gift. A person with more value than stardom for her mother. Heather, whomever she is, should go back to where she came from and stay there. Preferably with a parenting coach and a visit to salvation army to get warm clothes for her children.
      There's a reason u4a is closing down. There's a reason Jeff wants Trista exonerated, new detectives and an arrest. It might not be the reason most of you think.... I bet we can count on Trista needing a change of scenery very soon.

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    5. "There's a reason u4a is closing down. There's a reason Jeff wants Trista exonerated, new detectives and an arrest. It might not be the reason most of you think.... I bet we can count on Trista needing a change of scenery very soon."

      What is that reason?

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  19. Um in case any of you guys realized most of the protest happened before Trista and Jeffs arrival I had my vehicle running the whole time with plenty of heat for the children present. and we were there protesting from 1130 until 2 so unless you were there you wouldn't know.

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    1. oh and p.s Heather had a hotel room so get a life crawl back under!!!!!! her kids are just fine! their great kids!

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    2. Looking At The FactsJanuary 26, 2014 at 12:48 AM

      yeah um ok Ashley. Wait just who are you supporting today? She did take money.

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  20. The cause of the protest was fufilled and that was to get the message to the media and to LE that the time is right. Rather any of you like it or not facts are facts and The protest did indeed help in putting little Aylas name back out there in lights! and with a headliner to the Maine state police that they are sure to see.

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    1. Oh sure. It put her name out there, attached to a bunch of freaks. Were you there? Did you see the body language of the press? They were annoyed to say the least. One of the articles said Trista arrived 45 minutes after the protest started. It was more like 1 1/2 hours. Jeff drove her right into the middle of the "crowd" like she was a celebrity. Some of the media people had already given up and left, assuming she wasn't coming. The ones who stuvk it out were looking at their watches constantly. Out of the car came Trista, laughing and smiling as if she had not a care on this planet.

      It's time to rethink this. Look at the facts and think for once.

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    3. I was there actually and was actually the first to arrive and talk to media they weren't annoyed at all. and I will tell you i'm quite sick and tired reading this shit. you have no cares for that poor baby! Ayla died at the hands of the Dipietros the cops say so and so does her mother believe it!

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  21. From today's Bangor Daily News: "Later, as snow started to fall, protesters, joined by Trista Reynolds, stood on either side of Front Street and waved signs, imploring motorists to honk. Most cars did not honk, but the demonstrators’ shouts grew louder as afternoon wore on."

    Imagine that. Most cars didn't honk. What does that tell you?

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  22. I won't comment on the protest.

    I do want to say that I am very saddened to see U4A close. Even though I didn't agree with many of the comments there, it served to bring much awareness to and about Ayla. It was a strong and steady voice. I know that the administrators worked hard and put in much time and energy, and truly cared about their cause, Ayla.
    I can't help but feel it is a mistake to close it.

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    1. What happened to Pallaso making an appearance??? Did Ron Sr show up as previously said he would?

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    2. What's the real reason it's shutting down? They always said they would keep it going.

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    3. Pallaso made an appearance and performed. Ron and Jeff were there. It was a pathetic protest with a capital P. Heather Garcynski, the event organizer brought her five children. She failed to dress them appropriately for the chilly temps. She also failed to bring money and had to hit Jeff up for some cash so she could feed her kids. You should take a peek at the videos posted above to get a feel for the event.

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    4. I don't know why U4A shut down. I can only speculate that Mountain Mama and Jeff didn't see eye-to-eye. Mountain Mama definitely wasn't interested in a protest targeting the WPD (score one for MM) and Jeff kept pushing the protest. Fool.

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    5. Something is hinky with the sudden closing.

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    6. A1...I thoroughly agree with your comment. I, too, did not agree with many voices over there, but U4A was a venue that kept Ayla's name in the spotlight, and I'm sad to see it has gone silent. I can understand Mountain Mama needing a break...she certainly deserves one! But this statement from Jeff troubles me: "I have decided that it is time for United for Ayla to take a step back and let it’s contributors, who sacrificed their time and resources for it, catch their breath." It sure sounds closing the blog was Jeff's idea. I never saw MM complain about running U4A. Nor can I see her suddenly throwing in the towel without proper notice or explanation. So yeah, I'm stumped.

      PS: Hey Dana!

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    7. Hey Mckee Hi I agree it is a tough job and she can use a break. Maybe it just wasn't worded well I don't know.

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    8. Mckeekitty said..."I have decided that it is time for United for Ayla to take a step back and let it’s contributors, who sacrificed their time and resources for it, catch their breath." It sure sounds closing the blog was Jeff's idea. I never saw MM complain about running U4A. Nor can I see her suddenly throwing in the towel without proper notice or explanation.

      McKee, to set the record straight, you are correct. Neither MM, nor I, would have thrown in the towel without explanation or a proper goodbye to those who contributed so much. It was not our choice. I don't know why it was closed or made inactive. We learned about it like you did, by reading the current post.

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    9. Hey, Dee!

      Wow! Thanks for the update. Although our differences have been far, wide and deep, U4A served a purpose. I was stunned to see that Jeff shuttered the doors. I'm especially saddened this happened to Mountain Mama. She was a true trooper.

      I hope you are well, Dee. I know I have pissed you off, as you have I. But deep down, we're in this together for Ayla.

      What do you think is behind this sudden closure of U4A?

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    10. I am well McKee, thanks. Yes, I know we've definitely pissed each other off, :) we both have strong opinions. I also agree, Mm is definitely a trooper and a very caring lady who has Ayla's interest at heart.
      I don't know what is behind the closure and I don't feel comfortable guessing.

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    11. I understand, Dee. I appreciate you responding.

      I don't think it was right for Jeff to suddenly shutter the doors. That's just my take.

      Be well friend (you were NEVER my enemy...just a thorn in my side at times!) :)

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    12. Speaking of thorns Mckee...

      To be fair, I've done my share of grumbling at times, just not publicly. I've said many times "I want to quit" to my husband "Lee" but he always encourages me to keep going. I fear I've made more enemies than friends but my only purpose has been to help Ayla. Everyone is frustrated with what appears to be a stalling in Ayla's case and tempers are flaring. I can tolerate angry comments but lately the anger has been intense and I may have complained one time to many...

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    13. MM...I have always respected you (albeit rarely agreed with you!). It was clear to me that you were in this for only good intentions. Ditto with John, Lee, and Dee. I have always had an issue with Jeff. I hope he did not have a hand in this. I will leave it at that and not pry. But damn it , MM, you never "complained one time too many." You NEVER complained, period! You kept Ayla in the spotlight? Many of us thank you for that, MM. God bless you.

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    14. Totally agree when all was said and done each and everyone of us knew Ayla was the reason we were all there.

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  23. Maybe one reason the blog needed to be closed was for people to realize that we are all on the same side when it boils down to it....

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    1. Agree 100% Tori - we are all on the same side. We all want Ayla home. And we all want whoever took her / harmed her to be prosecuted.

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  24. Ok 1st Off I Want Justice And Answers For Ayla! Aint That What We're Here For RIGHT?? So Lets Grow Up And Be Adults OH BY THE WAY Im One Of Those Kids You We're Talking About But I Know One Thing Who Ever Keeps Talking That Shit On Heather Get Facts Straight Ok Because Im Not Her Child She Brung Only 3 Of Her Kids Wanna Know Why? BeCause As Yall Have Everything And Think EveryBody Pose To Be Like Yall We Have Different Things Happening In Erie Pa We As Kids I Mean Im 20 Now But Us Kids Have To Be Taught Everything To Survive In Our Environment This A Broke Down Small City Crimes Are Crazy And Not From Your Typical Late 20s 30s Year Olds Were Talking Bout 13yr Olds Running Around Killing Ppl, Rapist Going On, Kidnappings, Police Officers Go Around Killing Innocent Mens And Girls, So I Think What Heather Has Taught Is Very Good They Were Dress Properly They Had Gloves If Yall Remember I Said "Manz" If You Get Cold Go To The Car To Warm Up, And Kids Love The Protest Because They All Are Against Violence Now If Yall Wanna Talk Shit Go Ahead We Did Our Job We Are Seeking For Justice We Do It Because We Care And WhatEver We Protest About Its Something We Dont Agree On... Just Be Glad We DROVE 13 HOURS FROM ERIE PA FROM 1706 LIBERTY ST 16503..... Money Shit What Ever Or How Ever Much You People Gave Heather Contact Me So I can Give The Money Back.... But Remember We Are Here For AYLA Not For The Gossip Remember Never Judge A Person Til You Know Them Personally Im Not Up Here Judging Yall Or Saying Bad Shit Bout Yall Because To Those Who I Talked To Introduced My Self As A Gentleman Said Thank You For Welcoming Us And To Be Apart Of Some That Is Not Fair To The Family And Friends Who This Has Effected Them We Want Justice And Answers So That Aylas Mother Can Let Her Rest.... Now If You Continue Ill Leave My Address Again And A Phone Number For You To Contact Me.. I Would Highly Appericate It If You Leave Heather Alone... Because I Can Go On An Tell You More About Your Self Thank You And God Bless You Guys!! PEACE, LOVE, AND CARE

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  25. James - thank you for coming to the event, it was nice to meet you and we appreciated you taking the time to travel all the way from PA. I know it was a long trip.

    I was whining it took me an hour and a half to get there. Shame on me.

    Jeff and I gave some money to Heather for her trip home. Heather never asked me for any money. I wanted it to do it for her. She drove from PA to Maine to support Ayla out of her own pocket. That included gas, meals, and lodging. Gas alone would have been ridiculously expensive. Pay it forward, that's all it was people. I never heard her say she didn't have money to get home or that she needed money.

    Why did they do it? Heather her friends and kids are passionate about justice for Ayla. Apparently more passionate then some in Maine who said they would come but didn't.

    Please stop putting her down because of the money. She didn't come all the way to Maine to protest for Ayla so she could get gas money.

    The kids are fine they survived the event without mittens, some had them and didn't want to wear them while eating doughnuts. They are kids.

    Please stop the judgment and tearing down of people.

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    2. Dana, I appreciate your voice I always have.

      I can’t judge other people on how they raise their children. It doesn’t mean i agree or disagree. Some people think Justin killed Ayla. People discuss Ayla, they discuss the case, kids may or may not be interested.

      This boy was very passionate at the protest he believed in what he was doing there. I don’t for one minute think anyone “made him go”.

      Kids these days learn too much too fast for me. Between the drugs, violence, sex and everything else they see on tv. Is it better they have no idea what’s going on? Or is it better to have them informed? Hell if I know.

      All I am saying…asking is.. can we get back to Ayla. What can we do next for Ayla. To keep her name out there?

      I just want to focus on what we can do for Ayla. I have no idea what happened to her or who is guilty. I don’t hate Justin and his family I don’t hate Trista and her family. My focus is to help any way I can to bring Ayla home.

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  26. Your right Judy and I am sorry I said anything above. I should of just let it go but I did hear her say that. I was with my friend and I wanted to give her money when I heard her tell her son they had no money but my friend thought she was just saying that to her kid like parents do sometimes. When I saw people talking about it here I thought that is what it was about. Again I am sorry. it is about Ayla and not about anyone else. I should never have said anything.

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  27. Your right Judy and I am sorry I said anything above. I should of just let it go but I did hear her say that. I was with my friend and I wanted to give her money when I heard her tell her son they had no money but my friend thought she was just saying that to her kid like parents do sometimes. When I saw people talking about it here I thought that is what it was about. Again I am sorry. it is about Ayla and not about anyone else. I should never have said anything.

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  28. I'm sorry too, I'm no better than anyone else, I've said plenty of things I'm not proud of.

    Going forward, I am not going to come here just to argue or put people down. We're not helping to find Ayla, all were doing is using her name to vent our frustrations and anger out on each other.

    If the chat is not about helping Ayla or adult discussions about the case then I'm done with blogging.




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  29. From Feb. 2012:

    "Police publicly praised the Reynolds side of the family Friday for their efforts to bring Ayla home, simultaneously saying the DiPietros aren't doing their share. Police spokesman Steve McCausland told the Morning Sentinel, "We continue to encourage the immediate family to keep Ayla in the headlines and to talk about her. One side is doing that, and the other side is not."

    Has anything changed?

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  30. http://friendsforayla.wordpress.com/

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    1. Congratulations !! ....Sincerely hope your blog does well.
      Even though we didn't always agree, I've always appreciated your dedication to Ayla.

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  31. THANK YOU GUYS!!! Again Im Here For Ayla And If Anybody Needs Anything For Ayla Contact Me... I Just Want Answers And The Truth And Justice Just As Much As Aylas Family And Friends Do... PEACE LOVE AND CARE.

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    1. Thank you James :-)

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    2. I fail to see how calling Justin a murderer, sperm donor,poor excuse for a man, or calling Phoebe or Elisha ,and Courtney names helping to find Ayla either. I guess it is ok to do that though and that is not considered judging anyone.

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    3. None of you DiPietro supporters needs to whine about name calling...Trista has been called the most vile names imaginable from the DiPietro defenders who pretend they are only here for Ayla. They only want to find Ayla.



      What hypocracy!

      Trista, a person who does not have Ayla's blood in her house and who has never been accused of "withholding information" and "not telling all she knows" is pilloried by the people who trust the DiPietros implicitly. Trista continues to be called the worst kind of scum because she insits in finding out what happened to her child. She has never been accused by LE as "not telling all she knows" or "withholding information" about a missing child. As the DiPietros have been called out as doing so many times.

      . When are you all going to ask any hard questions of the DiPietros who want all questions to just go away? Ayla must go away...all thoughts of Ayla must go away... so they can get on with their miserable low lives? When do you get off your love affair with people who will not tell what happened to Ayla?

      You don't even consider asking them any questions nor do you want anyone else to ask them questions. You don't want any explanations about the blood belonging to Ayla to come from them. You don't expect any of them to search for Ayla.Or to keep her name out in the public. Or to give her mother any answers.

      You are incomprehensible! What must your hearts be made of? How do your minds work not to see that Ayla's parental side is all clammed up? Why would you hide and remain silent when your child, your flesh and blood, goes missing from your house and her blood is found throughout your house? Will nobody on the DiPietro side ever express doubt in their story? No, they're too busy STILL slamming Trista for everything she did and does...now it's donuts and coffee and arriving late to an event and kids without mittens. It doesn't get any more difficult to understand the mind set of the defenders.

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    4. Kids not dressed for the weather is inexcusable. Taking a stand against neglectful parenting is what sane people with a conscience do.

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    5. I just watched video that I took with the kids sitting in front of Pallaso - they all have mittens on and hats.

      Again I believe they had take them off for one reason or another.

      (running the camera, eating dognuts)

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    6. Anonymous 7:20 PM who are the Dipietro supporters?

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    7. Adding to anon@4:41's question... please cut/paste the horrible things we've said about Trista.

      Judy, dognuts? Ewwwww ;)

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    8. DOH! I knew i spelled that wrong.

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    9. I do remember a place they called the Spud nut shop. One of the ingredients was potato, but they went out of business.

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  32. Taking a stand against people who are silent and LE is saying they are withholding information and attacking the only parent who is out there trying to get answers, THAT is inexcusable. Why don't you sit down with the Dipietro's and see if you truly get any believable information? PLEASE do it for AYLA!

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  33. Phoebe DiPietro accused Trista of hiding Ayla in September at the confrontation at the court house.. That's a pretty good example of name calling in my book, but the real name calling on Trista comes from DiPietro supporters who want to deflect the guilt away from the family...the family who will not tell all they know... to Trista.

    Why have the DiPietros never looked for Ayla? Why do they never say her name? Why do they act as if she is dead? If they were caring, concerned people for Ayla, they would be out doing what they can to find her.

    As for me, something happened to that child in that house which left her blood throughout, probably an accident of neglect on the part of one who should have been looking after her. You know who I mean... the anxious, worried father who pulls out all stops to keep his baby daughter in the news so she can be rescued from that nefarious child napper? The father we see time and time again holding or attending events designed to keep people from forgetting her? The father who misses no opportunity to clear misconceptions about what LE has deemed as "no abduction took place"? That father? Oh, he's missing in action...that one. Why? Well, people have said bad things about him, poor baby. And after all, he's more important than Ayla.

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    1. What do you expect for answers from anyone here? Everyone here wants Ayla found and the guilty party prosecuted.

      We don't know why they don't do more. You just can't put blinders on and look only in one direction. You have to explore every avenue that could have possibly happened.

      If LE is and has been only looking at one possibility for over two years and not charged anyone yet, what do you think we can do by only looking where they have.

      It is a strong possibility that it happened just as you say and think. Does it help?The only people that can answer your question are not talking.

      I don't think it will do any good to beat each other up with words. jmo

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    2. Excellent Comment Dana.

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    3. It is a strong possibility that it happened just as you say and think. Does it help?The only people that can answer your question are not talking.

      Okay, then all you should be very happy. They are safe before the law, it looks like! How long are you willing to wait for answers? Forever, it seems.
      Too bad, Ayla, we didn't care as much about you as we constantly protest that we do.

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    4. I really don't think that is a fair statement.Nobody said they were happy.Justice sometimes moves slower than we would like. So do we insult and call people liars and murders, does that help speed justice in coming?It doesn't mean we don't care much about Ayla the exact opposite we care very much. We don't want someone that is guilty getting off on a technicality.

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  34. Awesome response Dana!

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    1. Okay, I get it! "There was no abduction". Then what was " it"? Well, Ayla just disappeared in a puff of smoke. Fine. Just forget about her and move on, folks!
      We can't prosecute miraculous vanishings.

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      MSP knows more then you this about this so called "miraculous vanishing"! and their on the hunt everyday rather we know it or not! MSP is on the streets everyday asking questions and looking for clues! and you can bet their still processing all this "evidence" because anyone knows who watches HLN that it takes months and months to process these items AND SAMPLES!

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  35. Anon 4:35 - We dont know where Ayla is or what happened to her. Everyone has their opinion and we can only speculate.

    Since nobody has been arrested or charged with anything... what do you propose we can do?

    Nobody is forgetting her I can tell you that.

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  36. Personally I have looked at all sides and keep coming back to obviously something happened to this child in that house, the blood says it all. What happened to her after that is another question. Accident or not, the people in that house acted criminally when they hid her body!

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    1. And maybe they didn't hide her body but had someone else come in and do the dirty work, still criminal! More criminal is letting this go on for this long and acting like nothing happened but a kidnapping that they had nothing to do with. Give me a break already!!!!! Its time to give this poor, beautiful baby justice!!!

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    2. "Nobody is forgetting her I can tell you that."

      Now THAT, I don't believe even you believe.

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    3. Anon 11:08 - Don't ever try to think for me - I believe 100% we are not forgetting Ayla for one moment

      Her family will never forget her. That's a given with any family. Its not even something a normal person would question.

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  37. I have read everyone's opinions also. But I continue to come back to the biggest factor of all and that is nobody has been arrested for anything. I have to take that into consideration when looking at the whole picture, it says alot.

    Someone in that house may be guilty - but I dont think its fair to condem the whole family.

    I dont think its as cut and dry as people think, or someone would be in jail right now.

    Dont get me wrong, I want someone to be arrested!! We all do. But I want it to be the right person/s. I'm not willing to convict a whole family when LE wont even press any charges.







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    1. I agree Judy. I think that someone in the house knows exactly where Ayla is, and that LE has good reason to believe Ayla is likely dead. But I personally do not believe that the whole family is involved. Shame on the person who doesn't say anything, and who has brought shame on his family.

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    2. I have to disagree, Bonnie, I respect you and your opinions, however. I think everyone there in the house that night and even unto the extended family knows what happened to Ayla that night. Elisha's "We did nothing wrong!" tells me that it was an accident, not premeditated, and none of them feel any guilt for it.

      It was just one of those accidents of fate.Not intended therefore nobody should have to go to prison for it. but with Ayla's "care" history within the family, the broken arm, etc, they couldn't take a chance that LE would believe it was an accident. Or, at least an accident as they see it.

      It was better to "disappear" Ayla. She couldn't be hurt anymore by what they do and Trista doesn't matter; she's expendable and the cause of all Justin's and their troubles anyway..

      I do agree that not all know where Ayla was taken, for the good of them all. It's better that the secre of what happened to Ayla's body is kept (I think between Derek and Justin) and so they who do not know can honestly say, "We don't know where she is." without setting the polygraph needle jumping. I think enough of that went on, anyway.

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    3. "I dont think its as cut and dry as people think, or someone would be in jail right now."

      Unfortunately, there have been several cases in which the parents/caretakers have "gotten away with murder" when the victim is a child. Sadly, this seems to be a recurring theme even when the victim is not missing. Hopefully, in Ayla's case it will be different.

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    4. Here is just one (of many). This sweet little baby really fell through the cracks with DHS. However, I guess that it wasn't enough that the egg donor and sperm donor gave conflicting stories (blaming each other), and they found his remains buried in the backyard of one of their former residences. Oh, and it was determined that little Dontrell died of "homicidal violence". The mother was released back in September so that she could give birth to her fourth child, and nobody has yet been charged with the murder of Dontrell. :(

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  38. Evan Dudley was just a month older than Ayla when he was murdered.

    http://www.airforcetimes.com/article/20130918/NEWS/309180014/Staff-sgt-seeks-answers-after-death-toddler

    Here is the petition for Justice for Evan:

    http://www.change.org/petitions/attorney-general-beau-biden-investigate-evan-s-death

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  39. The family of Julliette Geurtz has been waiting and pushing for justice for the last 5 1/2 years. The egg donor (mother) cannot be tried because the statute of limitations ran out for her.

    http://www.starherald.com/news/local_news/justice-for-juliette-case-won-t-be-tried-until-april/article_4372dc3a-51c6-5498-8a9c-f33ef2bbcbfc.html

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    1. Thank you Rose City for your research. I think some people have a difficult time realizing that some parents do harm their children and do, then, claim kidnapping or disappearance. These doubts that parents could hurt their children and then cover up the incident may arise from disbelief that any parent could do this...doubts arising from either naivete' or perhap from simply not following previous crime cases of "disappeared" or "kidnapped" children whose parents were subsequently proven to be guilty of killing them.

      There is also one other thing which doesn't exactly compute: continual comparison of this case with others where kidnapped children return from their captors.

      In cases such as Elizabeth Smart and Jacyee Dugard, the children were seen being kidnapped. Elizabeth was seen taken by her younger sister in their shared bedroom. Jaycee Dugard was seen by witnesses being pulled into a car as she was on her way to school.

      A stronger case for comparison to Ayla's case is the Haleigh Cummings case in Florida. (Haleigh has been missing since Feb. 2009.) In fact, many points of comparison between Haleigh's and Ayla's case exist including the background of the families involved: such as a mother with substance abuse problems, claims of the father's violent temper and his abuse of women and children, the father's girlfriend present during the kidnapping, and drugs being sold by the father's girlfriend's family. Plus many other interesting and eerie points of comparison between the two cases.

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  40. I agree, Anonymous. Those were just a few cases I thought of. Yes, Haleigh Cummings case does have some similarities, including the fact that the father and girlfriend (whom he married and divorced, I believe) have never been charged for Haleigh's disappearance/murder. I haven't followed Haleigh's case in a few years--aren't the two lowlifes currently in prison for drug related crimes?

    Some other cases that come to mind of caretakers not being prosecuted for the disappearance or murder of children are Dylan Redwine, Kyron Horman, and Hailey Dunn. It is a travesty that adults have more rights than innocent children in this country, IMO.

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    1. Yes, Rose City the two "low lifes" Haleigh's father and his sixteen-year-old baby-sitter/ girlfriend (at the time of Haleigh's disappearance) are serving long drug sentences. The girlfriend is serving the longest sentence. I think Ronald Cummings played it better with his usual smarmy "charm". Even Miz Nancy Grce was mesmerized by Ronald. Not to even mention the ladies on online blogs who were smitten with him.

      It's another case where LE refused to give many details. But it is one where the principle suspects changed their stories numerous times. As well as their families supplying their own mutiple and ever-changing stories. A quagmire! Poor little Haleigh.

      At least the DiPietros have said nothing of any consequence which makes them a lot smarter than the Cummings, et.al..

      The Kyron Horman case is just another heartbreaker. That adorable little tyke! His poor mother!

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  41. Okay, I found out this on the Waterville Online Sentinel for Jan 25 2014:

    http://www.onlinesentinel.com/news/Ayla_Reynolds_protest_draws_35_to_Waterville_police_station_.html?pagenum=2

    "As a light snow fell, they stood along nearby College Avenue chanting, “No justice, no peace.”

    "Trista Reynolds, holding a sign with a large photo of her daughter, yelled “Honk for Ayla.”

    Motorists whizzed by, beeping their horns and waving."


    Sp...according to the Sentinel writer, motorists honked and waved.

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  42. This is from Desiree Young's Justice for Kyron Horman fundraiser webpage regarding a recent People Magazine article. I understand that it doesn't concern Ayla, but it does give an example of how the media can misrepresent facts, and what the victim's family goes through when a loved one is missing, and the victim of foul play. I believe that there are many correlations between Ayla's case and Kyron's. Unfortunately, I have to post this in two comments:

    http://www.gofundme.com/kyronhorman

    "My Saturday started with friends and family texting me about the new article in People Magazine that I was anxiously awaiting. Since my long phone interviews with the main contact since Kyron went missing in June 2010, the person at People that has been here from the beginning, I have bought every magazine just to reassure myself that I would have it when the article was published. After receiving some concerning feedback, I immediately went down to the corner market to purchase my own People, much to my dismay. I couldn’t wait to read it, so I stood there in the middle of the store scanning through all of the pages, and that's when I saw it, the photo of Terri Horman, the devil that took a part of me away. I was in my own little world as I read on about how Terri has been a “prisoner in her own home.” As I approached the end of the article my eyes welled up with tears, as I realized that it was truly the end of the article and there wasn’t anything about Kyron, my son, the one that is missing. I was told by the lady publishing this article it was going to be an update on Kyron. I am deeply saddened and extremely disappointed by this article and in People Magazine. As a journalist and media representative their job and responsibility is to cover Kyron’s case and have a neutral viewpoint, not about who's side they are on. It is their responsibility to cover the facts, not hear from Terri’s friends, who only care about getting their name in the media, and a neighbor, who’s only upset because this was all brought to his tiny little street in Roseburg, Oregon. And who would blame him, I would be really mad if one of my neighbors did this to a child too. This article is an atrocity. Not only did People Magazine not check their facts, they didn’t check their sources either as much of their article is false. I now have a very different opinion of People Magazine. I thought they were one of the sources that I could trust, and that is not the case anymore. I now think of them as just another tabloid, no better than the other ones out there stating false stories like they are fact, just to get readers. The media play a very important role in a missing child's case. They are in charge of getting the facts out to millions of people in the hopes that someone somewhere will know something that will lead us to finding our loved ones. This responsibility shouldn’t be taken lightly. The unfortunate thing for People Magazine is that they now have compromised their position with me, Kyron’s mom. I am one of the people that could have given them THE interview and THE story when we do finally get answers and we get to bring Kyron home.

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    1. Continued..... ".
      My Saturday ended with my husband and me not being able to sleep, because we were so upset by this article. I spent the entire day trying to figure out why the world is this way. My husband said so eloquently what I couldn’t; “I liken this article to writing about a pedophile that can’t be with the child that they perpetrated a crime against.” Well I simply say it is disgusting, and it is a crime on its own, a crime against Kyron. Terri Horman took something wonderful from this world that we live in, she took my son. That is the real story. Why does she insist on not telling us what she did with him that terrible day? Why does she insist on not talking, when the rest of us have cleared ourselves in this investigation? And why has she lied on numerous occasions not just to me, but to my entire family, law enforcement, her friends and her own attorneys about Kyron and her role in his disappearance? Why has she failed 2 polygraphs and walked out on the 3rd after failing that one as well? Why does she have a right to do all of the things that Kyron doesn’t; live life, go for walks, visit with neighbors, visit with her family, go outside, play with her dog, have Christmas, and just be here? Why does she hate him, why does she blame him for everything wrong in her marriage, why would Kyron have to bear that blame? Why does Terri insist on portraying herself as “poor me,” when she should be caring about poor Kyron. He is the one that has been victimized, he is the one that deserves an award for all he has had to endure from her.
      And the most important question of all; Why can’t I have him back, have him home, to hug and love as I always have? Why not Terri? What is the reason you can’t give me my son back?"

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    2. Sorry, that was supposed to be from Rose City, Oregon, not Lucky777.... :)

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    3. Rose City: This is one of the most heartbreaking things I have ever read. I cannot imagine what Desiree Young has had to endure. Not to speak of what little Kyron had to endure at the hands of his stepmother. Unfortunately, Desiree', and obviously People Magazine, do not understand sociopaths, in which group of sub-humans Terri Horman obviously belongs.

      I know know he is not guilty of harming Kyron, but his father played an awfully big part in what circumstances played into Horman's hands. To this day, I don't understand how he lives with his conscience.

      I think in Ayla's case we may be dealing with a family which has sociopathic tendencies.At least their consciences may be underdeveloped from lack of use.

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  43. It sure appears that Desiree Young was victimized a second time...by People Magazine. Just totally sick. What a dishonest publication, and I thought they were merely in the pockets of the movie stars who get to them first with their "side" of a story. Looks like Terri Horman has a good thing going with People.

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