Thursday, March 7, 2013

Dylan Redwine: Mark Redwine's Words of Death

"Dylan, my prayers are with you and I love you very much. He was the light of my life and he meant everything to me."  Mark Redwine, shortly after Dylan Redwine, 13, went missing. 


As we learned on Crime Wire, Mark Redwine did not initiate the call to 911 about his son, but did so in a response to Dylan's mother, Elaine's call.

When asked about the 911 call, Elaine said, "Well, there has been debates about that, I called the Police after he texted me and apparently he called the police right after I called them."  

This is consistent with his behavior.  

There is no controversy about the 911 call:  Behavioral Analysis shows this:

*When a child goes missing, the innocent parent does whatever necessary to help find the child;
while the guilty parent does only what helps build a defense.  A guilty person will do the minimum possible to avoid being seen as guilty.

An innocent parent seeks to have a never-ending source of information flow, to help find the child, while the guilty parent:

*seeks to control information
*seeks to limit information
*seeks to hinder information
*does only what is necessary to alleviate pressure and concentration.

The guilty person cannot help but say "we need to keep the focus on the child" whenever the spotlight turns to him.  This is said in a variety of ways, but it is said repeatedly.  It is, in fact, the "expected" among the guilty:

Attempt to keep the focus off of the guilty party, while making a 'peace treaty' with guilt; that is, accepting the fact that people think he did it.  The innocent care for nothing, including their own reputation, because they can think of nothing but what the child is going through.

Mark Redwine:  concern about being disrespected on television, by his 21 year old son.
DiPietros:  lots of concern about what Justin was going through, without a word of what Baby Ayla may have been going through.
Celis:  concern over media scrutiny and not over what Isabel might be experiencing.

Statement Analysis shows that the guilty parent's words reveal this very thing:

"And that's all I know..."
"I've done everything possible..."
"I searched everywhere."

These words  (and words similar) should recall such parents as Lena Lunsford (Aliayah), Misty Croslin, Sergio Celis, and so many others.  These are common statements of guilty parents:  if that is "all" that is known, there is no need to ask more questions, because the parent doesn't know anything else.
"I've done everything possible" indicates that there is nothing else to be done, so just stop.
"I've searched everywhere"; therefore, let's stop searching because there are no places left to search.

On the contrary, the innocent parent loses sleep in an attempt to replay, as it were, any and every detail that can be recalled, in order to remember even the smallest detail that might help police.  Police often find that the innocent parent will 'pester' them with any and every minute detail that comes to mind.

Mark Redwine has reacted, from the beginning, in a consistent manner.  He has consistently sought to control, reduce, and hinder the flow of information that would be useful in locating Dylan.

He did not report Dylan missing for hours; and even then only did so because of Elaine.

He did not assist search efforts.  He did not make appearances.  He did not call out for Dylan, instead choosing to nap, stay inside, and when challenged, give only weak answers which only showed his contempt for Elaine.  Alone, he has consistently used plural pronouns.  Christopher Dillingham's research shows what parents of teens know:  the need to share guilt.

“There are too many people sitting at the computer trying to play Nancy Drew and Nancy Grace,” he said. “It’s not bringing us closer to finding Dylan.”

"We're going to take the polygraph."

When challenged, he found a way to dig at Elaine's emotions, further indicating what conflict it was that befell Dylan at his hands. 

From the Durango Herald:  "The senior Redwine said there is a “history” with Cory, but he said he thinks his son’s anger toward him is reflective of his mother’s hatred toward Mark."

The constant hatred for Elaine is as consistent as Mark Redwine's deliberate hindering of information. 

Innocent parents pass polygraphs.  Guilty parents "smoke" it.  

Some people do not like media and cameras make them nervous, but as Cory Redwine, all of 21 years said, you do whatever it takes to get your son back, in reference to the lack of effort by Mark Redwine. 

Family friend Denise Hess said, "I hate public speaking, and I hate cameras, but I want to bring Dylan home."

She cares not for her own personal comfort level because Dylan is missing. The word "but" refutes what came before it:  she uses the stronger pronoun, "I", than Dylan's own father. 

Mark Redwine's behavior is what brought suspicion upon him initially, but when he did finally speak out, we knew why it was he had avoided the camera.  Statement Analysis shows that he is deceptively withholding information about what happened to Dylan.  Even in late November, Mark Redwine refused to speak out for Dylan, even when challenged by Elaine.  He finally did speak out, however, and by going on the nationally televised "Dr. Phil Show", he allowed the nation to see what a deceptive man sounds like, as he was consistent in avoiding answering questions, much to the frustration of Dr. Phil, the polygrapher, and the audience.  The polygrapher finally said that Redwine avoids answering questions, instead choosing to answer questions not asked.  This is a clever technique, one of "control abusers"; those who will not suffer 'defeat' in a debate.  They are like the smug schoolboy who says "I know you are but what am I?" repeatedly, smirking as if he has just bested his opponent.  

http://www.koat.com/news/new-mexico/albuquerque/Uncut-Mark-Redwine-talks-about-son-s-disappearance/-/9153728/17616906/-/129kycz/-/index.html

This video shows deception in his statements and in his body language

Dillingham's research echoes that of the SCAN technique where we carefully follow pronouns and note when the expected singular is absent in exchange for plural.  Do you recall the case of the missing child in Maine where Dennis Dechaine (in prison for the murder of Sarah Cherry) claimed to have been alone but slipped out, "I was sitting down among the trees.  We were losing daylight..."?  The prosecutor did not miss its usage.  Pronouns are some of the most common words we use, and we use them from childhood.  They are reliable and trustworthy in analysis.  A guilty party likes the feeling of sharing guilt, even as a child does when he says, "but we were all doing it.  Everyone was doing it" as if this alleviates guilt.  It is, Dillingham explained, a desire to spread around guilt, in order to lessen its impact.  Mark Redwine uses the plural so frequently, he reminds me of listening to Deborah Bradley avoiding using Lisa's name.  (see analysis of Baby Lisa case)

Q.  What's it been like?

Mark Redwine:   "Well, you know, it's been a tough time for all of us...we're doing everything we can to try to find Dylan and we want to keep the focus on finding Dylan.  

Note the needless emphasis of "all" added.  
Note that if "we're doing everything..." there's nothing else to be done. 
Note that "everything we can" limits what "can" be done.  Innocent parents do not use these words until they have come to the point of utter exhaustion and acceptance; the final grieving step in the process that many of us go through.  

Then he attempted to make himself sound as if he was in cooperation with law enforcement.  Note that he repeats this, indicating its sensitivity.  

Note that he does not say "everything we can to find Dylan" but gives even further distance by inserting the word "try" to find Dylan.  This changes the focus from finding Dylan to the attempt, itself, of finding Dylan.  It distances the effort and changes the end.  It is not about finding Dylan, but instead, it is about the attempts being made.  He is more concerned about how the search goes, rather than finding Dylan. 

"I'm doing everything I know how to. "

When asked about accusation:

"Well, you know, he, it was, he was last seen at my house..."

Was he about to say "it was at my house that Dylan..."?  

I believe "it" did, with "it" being a dispute, first about friends, then about where to eat, then about friends again, and then, finally, Mark Redwine blamed Dylan's mother (as he did on Dr. Phil when claiming Cory was disrespectful) and Dylan received the full wrath of Mark Redwine, on the couch, unable to be revived. 

I don't believe the death was intended, that is, premeditated, but came, as Dr. Phil suggested, at a moment of temper being lost.  Redwine has a history of it.  At a single moment, Dylan paid the ultimate price for Mark Redwine's hatred of Elaine.  

"One of the things we're trying to do is unite together..."  The key word "together" is unnecessary for the sentence; making it 'doubly important' to us. 

Interviewer:  Do you have anything you want to say to Dylan?"

This was a good question as it allowed the parent to remind the child that he will be found.  Instead, Mark Redwine gave us information, just a week after Dylan went 'missing':

"Dylan, my prayers are with you and I love you very much. He was the light of my life and he meant everything to me."  This said, as he shook his head in the negative, right to left.  

"I want him home, just like everybody else does."
"I don't want the focus to be on me."

How long until Mark Redwine is arrested in the death of Dylan Redwine?

"Dylan, my prayers are with you and I love you very much. He was the light of my life and he meant everything to me." 

We know that at this time, police gave no indication that Dylan was dead.  We know at this time a natural denial exists within parents, as hope springs eternal. 
"He was the light of my life" but is no longer. 
"He meant everything to me" but no longer.  

This is a perfect example of a guilty use of the past tense reference of a parent of a missing child, similar to Susan Smith, Casey Anthony, Billie Jean Dunn and others.  It is an indication that Mark Redwine knows or believes that the child is dead.  If police or circumstances have not indicated death, it is a strong indication of guilty knowledge. 

In this case, by speaking out, Mark Redwine, on this date, told the nation, including the police, that he knows Dylan is dead. 



43 comments:

Ney said...

He speaks about "doing everything we can to TRY to find Dylan. " Not to find Dylan


OT,

Peter,
Yesterday, there was a perfect jury question during the jodie arias trial.
They asked her about her feelings during the stabbing.It seemed to have confused her, and brought back her memory about the stabbing, it was an oops momement IMO.
In her statement she also chose the word fear, "I don't recall fear..".and corrected herself to "I don't recall anger." Interesting.

"Were you MAD at Travis, when you were STABBING HIM?"
jodi
"I don't recall FEAR being a prominent -I' mean I'm sorry anger being a prominent..."

Prosecutor jumped in and told something like if she remembers stabbing him, she should tell us. .

I hope he will have a chance to go back to that issue with her.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRbK-gONCBQ somewhere at 1:22:07

john said...

I maybe way of mark here,M/R keep's repeating(Focus on Dylan not me).

Now i know the focus is and should be on Dylan,and M/R is right to say that,but i cant help but think M/R is deflecting when he is asked about how he feel's about people pointing the finger at him?

john said...

M/R uses the word (focus)14 Time's in 7:min 50sec's in this brief Vt.

That's an average of 1 and 3 quarter times a minit.

I's the word (FOCUS) highly sensitive to M/R.

Peter Hyatt said...

interesting John. What do you make of it?

(Other than he does not want the focus to be on him?)

Peter Hyatt said...

Ney, good point.

john said...

Hi Peter,

Maybe the less focus on himself will give him less media coverage therefor allowing him to get his story straight,cover his track's and compose himself for further investigation.Other than that Peter,i don't no..

Skeptical said...

Peter said, "Dylan received the full wrath of Mark Redwine, on the couch, unable to be revived." A terrible thought crossed my mind. Was Dylan dead or unconscious when MR disposed of his body in an attempt to cover up what he had done? Did he weight Dylan's body down with heavy objects in the backpack and did bubbles start to rise as Dylan's body sank "deeper and deeper".

Anonymous said...

Mark Redwine is consumed; consumed by hatred and contempt for himself and everyone around him. His negative couching of where he wants the focus (not on him, but on Dylan) proves that he wants the attention to be concentrated on himself. Why? So that he can continue vilifying his family in an attempt to build ill will towards them. In this way, he can muster sympathy for himself, confuse those that are seeking the truth and continue to perpetuate the charade of being a loving, concerned and sacrificing parent. He cannot fathom the concept of love. He uses guile, deception, manipulation and derision as transparent substitutes.

Elaine Redwine understands love. She understands sacrifice, courage. She has devoted herself completely to finding out what has happened to Dylan. She is unconcerned about her own personal comfort and safety and the effects that her actions will have on anyone other than her missing son. She has to bear the pain of knowing that the love she had for Mark produced the strongest, purest, love any woman can experience, a mother's love. She has to live every minute of every day questioning her beliefs, wondering how her love, for Mark and Dylan could possibly bring this depth of agony.

Now Elaine must cling to her faith and believe with all of her being that LOVE CONQURES ALL. She cannot falter in her determination to continue loving. God loves her. He loves Dylan and He loves Mark on her behalf. God knows what has happened to Dylan; God knows how to provide Elaine with everything she needs to endure this trial; God knows the judgment Mark faces.

Hell is a burning pit of aloneness and guilt, totally devoid of the love God bears for each of us. Mark Redwine is doing all he can to force Elaine, her family and anyone else he can to join him there. Our Heavenly Father is cradling and protecting Elaine, Dylan and all of their family in the mercy of His tender love and giving each of them the FAITH, HOPE and LOVE they need to find and accept the answers to all of their questions. Our prayers for each and every soul touched by this tragedy must remain pure and faithful. We must continue to reject the darkness of deception. We must insist that the evil at the root of this situation will not prevail and acknowledge that each one of us has an important role to play. We must demand the truth, expose the lies and continue in our quest to make this world, and each life in it, a place where truth and unconditional love reside.

LVmommy73 said...

He reminds me of my ex. I read statisticlly abusive fathers seek full custody 85% of the time vs 20% with no history or allegations of abuse. After I left my ex he began to terrorize me in such a cunning way. He would portray himself in court to be a father so desperate to be a part of his daughters life. Then when the court would recess he would wink at me and whisper to me, "im gonna make you suffer bitch." All while I was convinced he was neglecting my daughter, he left a belt mark once because she spilled her drink and i suspected sexual abuse. She had stopped developing verbally, was regressing, she became aggresive and nsecure when she had once been curious and happy. She loved baths then one day became hysterical screaming no momma no!!! When i tried to bath her. My once healthy happy baby looked tired and afraid, she was clingy to me and then diagnosed with a failure to thrive. That was it, she couldnt talk hardly at all, it was as though suddenly she stopped developing completely. I KNEW something terrible was happening to her and after long court battles idecided i would go to jail before i sent her back to her POS dad. In the next 6 months without contact with her father very quickly i started to see glimpses of my baby again. Though it was evident she had been traumatized. Most importantly she began to talk and through a wonderful therapist Dr. Melissa Kalodner started to say what " daddy did" like putting a pillow on her face so she couldnt breath, leaving her alone all night in his weekly motel/`apartment, and there was sexual abuse as I always suspected. Despite all this reported to the judge by Kalodner the judge STILL ordered I give him visitation. I refused. A whopping 11 times i was held in contempt, threatened with jail, admonished by the judge, fined... i kept saying that i respected Judge Ochoa (My judge) and did not eant to go to jail but as a mother my highest duty was to protect my baby, NO MATTER WHAT. My ex only wanted to take her from me to cause me pain, he didnt care about quality time with his child. My point in all this is I was abused savagely by my ex, i knew his ability inflict pain. Mark didnt care anymore than my ex to spend Thanksgiving with his son, it was taking Dylan away from his mother, during a holiday was even better to him. Just like my baby would get spanked. If she cried for her momma, Dylan was hurt for standing up, missing, loving his mother and saying it. IF YOU KNOW THERE IS DANGER, IF YOUR GUT TELLS YOU DONT DO IT, DONT SEND YOUR CHILD TO A PLACE YOUD BE AFRAID TO GO. ,EVEN IF YOU HAVE TO DO A FEW DAYS IN JAIL.

Peter Hyatt said...

Skeptical,

you ask good questions which show you are attempting to understand MR's choice of words.

Lulu said...

Mark's version of "that's all I know" is "And that's where I'm/we're at with that."

Trigger said...

When I think about what Dr. Phil said to Mark Redwine about him loosing his temper and unintentionally killing Dylan in anger, it seems that Mark is the type of parent who would think that he was using "discipline" to stop Dylan from talking back as he defended his mother.

I don't believe that Mark sees himself as an angry man. It seems that he sees himself as a man who has been treated unjustly by his ex-wives by turning his sons against him. He sees himself as the real victim who needs to punish those who defy him.

Has anyone ever asked Mark how he "disciplines" his sons?

rob said...

LVmommy, I agree with you completely!

Betsy said...

“I’ve responded to every text message she’s sent me, but she won’t pick up the phone ... and talk to me,” he said.
This to me is deflecting the blame back to Elaine.

“There are too many people sitting at the computer trying to play Nancy Drew and Nancy Grace,” he said. “It’s not bringing us closer to finding Dylan.”
To me, this is Mark’s way of saying that he is aware of what is being said on social media, there is some validity to it and its put the focus on him (which is not where he wants the focus to be). Specifically mentioning a real person, Nancy Grace, he is showing his contempt for her.

(Those above are from Durango Herald 01/26/2013)

Mark Redwine says he remains puzzled why his son Dylan would try to walk to a friend’s house because the terrain is rugged where he lives and the house is a few miles away

He’s puzzled because it’s implausible but he wants people to believe it happened. The use of the word “try” would make me think that Dylan tried to get away from Mark.

“My focus is to try to keep Dylan in the limelight here and remind people that we are looking for a 13-year-old,” he said. “I know the focus is on me. I know this is a story that is grabbing national attention, but I don’t want people to forget about Dylan.”
Again, the use of “try” to me means that he is trying to keep the focus off of him. “Limelight” is stating that he is getting too much public attention. A parent of a missing child does not want themselves or their child in the “limelight” they want their child to receive national exposure, national attention, they want the public to know their child. Limelight is for celebrities.

Read more: http://www.gazette.com/articles/dylan-148038-son-redwine.html#ixzz2MsZ6zSvd

Lemon said...

With Mark's focus on Dr Phil of Cory's supposed 'disrespect' of him, I wonder if this was a factor in Dylan's 'disappearance'. Mark's use of the word with Cory makes it seem like this is the expected, of Mark's 'position' as his father.

Did Dylan's desire to spend time with 'friends', a word Mark used repeatedly, equate to 'disrespect' of Mark in Mark's world? I think it did.

Anonymous said...

Thanks anon 11:22.

john said...

Anonymous 11;22 said...


Mark Redwine is consumed; consumed by hatred and contempt for himself and everyone around him. His negative couching of where he wants the focus (not on him, but on Dylan) proves that he wants the attention to be concentrated on himself. Why? So that he can continue vilifying his family in an attempt to build ill will towards them. In this way, he can muster sympathy for himself, confuse those that are seeking the truth and continue to perpetuate the charade of being a loving, concerned and sacrificing parent. He cannot fathom the concept of love. He uses guile, deception, manipulation and derision as transparent substitutes.

I think you may have put another spin on the word (Focus) that i picked up.

Good Point..

LVmommy73 said...

This case gets me hyper because ive known such parental cruelty.. in all fairness to Judge Ochoa i need to clarify that after Dr. Kalodners report it was supervised visitation pending further investigation.

Layla said...

Anon @ 11:22--Good post! Elaine does understand love, and Mark does not. I am Catholic (albeit I do have my problems with some of the doctrines), but I do believe that hell begins on earth for those who have earned a place there. Those who are already in hell like Mark Redwine are alone in their own mind with their guilt and consuming jealousy of what "others" have which is love. He tried to take everything from Elaine but he cannot take the love she and Dylan shared. Meanwhile he is alone in his dingy dark cell never knowing what it means to love. He was consumed with jealousy at this love that his cold, hard heart could not experience.

Eliza said...

LVMommy73, I'm sorry that your little girl and you had to go though all that. Horrible! I am glad your daughter does better now.

The sad thing in this case is that Dylan didn't want to be with his dad. He went because they made him to, and look what happened!

JerseyJane said...

MR and the word 'focus' that comes out of his mouth constantly... I have a much simpler explanation to his repetitiveness...

One (MR) must have to internally repeat to oneself to 'focus' when in a drunken daily state, sooooo when one does not have his best friend Jim Beam in his sippee cup around, one's(MR) internally spoken words spill forth...

His anger and answers(clues) are unleashed when without his round the clock dose.

JerseyJane said...

LVMommy73, God Bless You and Keep You Safe and Strong. You= You & Your Family

JerseyJane said...

You nailed that Lemon!

Poor lil' dude represented ALL the hate he had for Elaine AND his older son, Cory. Dylan was his last chance to dominate them.. His hate was more important tlil'guylife life....WoW, that's all I can say, how horrible.:-(

Cory, you stepped into the role of dad for Dylan, continue to be an upstanding man through your lifetime in the name of your lil' bro, Dylan... No one can be the dad you were and are to Dylan..God Bless..

~ABC said...

Yes Lemon, presenting the image of a "good parent" is far more important to MR than actually being one. It's very often the least deserving of respect who demands it!

I think Dylan's displeasure with the visit is absolutely what set MR off. MR was prepared to get Dylan on his side in this custody battle and Dylan's feelings for him didn't work in that scenario. That's why he wanted a sit down dinner, so he could booze-up the courage to try to scmooze Dylan. I can just envision him snatching the cell phone from Dylan and going off in a fit of rage.
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Lemon said...
With Mark's focus on Dr Phil of Cory's supposed 'disrespect' of him, I wonder if this was a factor in Dylan's 'disappearance'. Mark's use of the word with Cory makes it seem like this is the expected, of Mark's 'position' as his father.

Did Dylan's desire to spend time with 'friends', a word Mark used repeatedly, equate to 'disrespect' of Mark in Mark's world? I think it did.

March 7, 2013 at 2:06 PM

Jen said...

OT and a little mean

I notice Jodi has a fever blister on the bottom corner of her lip...I guess 16 days of constant lying is a bit stressful. I'm sure the jury noticed, and I hope they make the connection.

Hi Ney-

That slip up of Jodi's jumped out at me too! It may be the first truthful thing she's said on the stand...FEAR WAS NOT her prominent emotion that day...rage, jealousy and revenge were on her mind. Another big one was when a juror asked about her 'stress related memory problems' and why they didn't apply to being choked unconscious. Jodi claimed it did apply, and that after being choked she was disoriented, didn't know where she was when she woke up coughing, had to get her bearings and had no 'relation' to the preceding event.

Then she said..."actually, I remember the thought, 'where is Napoleon' wandering through my mind".

So she was disoriented, unaware of her surroundings with no relation to the preceding event and trying to get her bearings...but she remembers an arbitrary thought about Travis' dog 'wandering through her mind'. Nice save Jodi...way to illustrate your failing memory! Like all liars she wrongly believes these details bolster her story, when they actually appear contrived and ridiculous.

JerseyJane said...

ABC, so true!! What amazing insight that first paragraph of yours! WoW!! So scary that visual in ur 2nd paragraph..

Going to WalMart (the absent parent gifting), then the planned restaurant sit-down (interrogation time)......

^ Sounds like demented wooing.. His trivial purchases to buy the love OR WORST he feels Dylan owes him..

WoW, it's sounds like some underlying pre-mediated going on...

JerseyJane said...

Jen, thanks for that update. :-) great catch, too!!!

Ahhhh, the famous cure-all, bring a puppy dog into the picture!! She didn't mention helping the old lady to cross the street yet???

I remember Jodi saying "we" when she spoke of her last gassing up of the car in California. She said, "Then "we"headed down...blah... blah......

Hope the read back and catch it.. It was during when prosecution first questioned her about the gas, route, cans, etc... days ago..



~ABC said...

You got it JerseyJane. Demented woooing. What an appropriate terminology!

Everything about MR screams insecure wretch who is consumed with controlling how he is perceived, because he know's the truth of his own inadequacies. He is the epitome of deception. How convenient to blame Elaine for any negative feelings those boys may have for him. He did that himself, but cannot admit that. And now a beautiful, beloved, child is probably dead because of the make-believe grown-ups pitiful wittle feewings. It just makes me ACHE!

~ABC said...

Missing boy Dylan Redwine's family had violent history

Dylan Redwine disappeared on Nov. 19, one day after he arrived at his dad's Vallecito area home on a court-ordered visitation for Thanksgiving.

9News obtained court records dating back to 2005 showing three requests for protection orders.

On Oct. 7, 2005, Dylan's dad Mark Redwine requested protection against his mom Elaine saying she was "drinking and driving with kids." A judge temporarily ordered her not to drive the kids around or even be with them while under the influence.

For the next two years, the couple went through divorce proceedings. In 2008, mom, Elaine Redwine, claimed she had a confrontation with her ex-husband Mark in the early hours of July 4. She wrote, "He was very drunk and grabbed me and took a swing at his son." She said Dylan reacted and hit Mark.

In another protective order request, Mark claims he was victimized later that same day. "I was attacked and beaten then left for hours until I woke up," he wrote. Mark says his older son Cory admitted he was responsible for the beating.
How does this all fit into the search for missing Dylan?

Mark Redwine told 9Wants to Know over the phone that he doesn't think his family's past troubles should be a consideration now.

A spokesman for the La Plata County Sheriff's Office would not comment on what investigators have done to probe into the family's past.

However, the spokesman did say authorities must look at every possible scenario in Dylan's disappearance.

Anonymous said...

I think some of you may be armchair psycho-over-analyzing what likely happened that evening between Dylan and Mark. It is vital to remember that a man in a brooding, drunken violent raging rampage cannot be stopped, certainly not by a child.

Here's my scenerio: First, Dylan did not want to go that day and was afraid of his father. Poor kid, must have felt a sickening dreaded fear in the pit of his stomach, like he was walking into his own death trap; on his way to the airport, going through the airport and on the plane. He took his fishing rod, thinking, I'll spend some time with my friends and that will get me away from him most of the time.

But it was never to be. Mark was ready for this encounter, finally getting that damned smart-mouth kid to himself, by damn he's got it coming and he's gonna get it. Mark had his vendetta to resolve against precious Dylan, against Cory and against Elaine, and by golly this time somebody was gonna pay for what they had done to him.

He would make Dylan pay for talking back to him, spiting him, and taking his mothers' side, worshing and acting like Cory was his father and not himself and by damn this time he would show him who was boss and would give him the beating of his life for smart talking him, defending his mother, and Cory for beating him up. All day he's fumed to himself. He has long awaited for this day.

There is no deep psychological mystery here. Dylan never had a chance against this violent raging brute of a lunatic. I think that if the truth ever comes out, that Mark likely had already been drinking and fuming mad all day, itching to get his hands on mama's precious little Dylan, and the hell started for Dylan as soon as he got there, with Mark ranting, raving, cursing and slamming Dylan around in the car, on to the Walmart, continuing on into the house with Mark attacking and choking Dylan on the couch.

Dylan, battered and scared to death, tried to get away from his daddy, grabbing his fishing rod and running through the heavy rough terrain just like Mark has already hinted at, that Dylan was no match in trying to escape Mark or fight back, knowing his daddy was going to kill him when he caught up with him, which he did and could have either dragged him back to the house, throwing Dylan down on the couch and watching him take his last breath, or either possibly killing him there in the woods when he caught up with him. Either way, the rough terrain and the couch have already been alluded too by Mark, and that makes them important in Dylan's death.

His fishing rod will be found either wherever Dylan dropped it in the dark woods and undergrowth, or where Mark disposed of it. If Dylan did not have time to grab his fishing rod, then it is still wherever Mark hid it. Again, alluded too by Mark makes it important.

Mark had the rest of that night and all of day the next day to dispose of Dylan and did. I'm sure he feels entirely justified for what he did, has no remorse and good riddance. Ha ha. He thinks he got the last laugh. They all deserved it in his sick evil mind. It serves 'em right, now he thinks he is making a fool out of them all, they can just keep on whimpering and wailing as far as he's concerned. He will never tell them where their precious Dylan is.

The judge who would not listen and did not care makes me sick to my stomach. He sentened this child to his brutal death at the hands of his own father. He too will answer to the Almighty for what he did to Dylan Redwine.

Peter Hyatt said...

Something about the judge to consider:

I don't know what testimony he had before him, and whether or not it was sufficient enough to bar the visitation. He has to believe that Mark Redwine has been proven to put Dylan at risk for harm, long term or short term, that would require intervention at some level.

If he had this information, his decision is suspect at best, but not knowing, it is difficult to judge.

In any case, even if he had little to go on, it must bother him greatly.

Peter

~ABC said...

Agreed Peter

And If the history in the news article is accurate then it would indicate to a judge a problem with Elaine more than Mark :(

JerseyJane said...

MR wants Dylan in the "public eye" so more RUMORS can come his way! He is sweating, hanging by a thread, so to say, on his last rumor, mailperson sighting!!

MR shouts, "Help public eyes see more fake Dylan sightings, the police and everyone is really starting to stare at me and are coming in my direction!!!!"

Charles Judy said...

I think the "it" in the statement in
"Well, you know, he, IT was, he was last seen at me house" may have him about to slip talking about "it" or "the body"when refering to Dylan. It seems to me he was about to say "it was last seen at the house". I believe Dylan was probably dead sometime shortly after the last text at 9:30. So the next morning "it" would be Dylan's body. (Of course I hope I am wrong and he is still alive).

Anonymous said...

You got something wrong. Mark contacted the Bayfield Marshall's office to ask if they'd seen Dylan before texting Elaine. She then contacted the La Plata County Sheriff's Office. If Dylan was a big texter, I think I would have had the idea to contact Elaine first before assuming anything bad had happened. And given the relationship, I would have avoided calling and speaking to her. When I was 14, on a day off from school, no one ever knew where the hell I was. MR most likely is involved in some way. But lynching the guy won't help anything.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
I think some of you may be armchair psycho-over-analyzing what likely happened that evening between Dylan and Mark. It is vital to remember that a man in a brooding, drunken violent raging rampage cannot be stopped, certainly not by a child.


I think you make a lot of good points in this. my father was bipolar skitzo with homicidal and violent tendencies. I had been thinking all this time "wow he is just like my step father", same last name too. he used to say that one day he would kill us one by one in our sleep. i slept with my shoes on and a bag packed, well i didnt sleep much but sometimes dozed off. causing me to skip school just to get some sleep. needless to say i moved out with my first love, not a good idea at 16.my step father would not let me speak to my mother alone and thought that all of us kids where out to take her away from him. im fine now and life is good. When my step father was medicated he was a good and loving man. i cared deeply for him, but it was this other man that he became when he replaced his meds with beer or whisky that i hated. I wrote him a letter after i moved out praying it would get there wile he was still on his meds, knowing my mom would never see it because he did not allow her to check the mail. i convinced him that if he didnt leave my mom for good he would end up killing her. he talked to me on the phone shortly after that. i assumed he had just gotten the letter. he never said a word about it. but he left without warning the next day, not giving my mother a chance to beg him to stay as she always did. my point is this: If parents know the warning signs of behavioral or emotional problems early on in there child's life they can work to get them the help they need. that does not always mean medication, but please dont listen to all the people saying antidepressants make people kill. The reason they killed is the same reason they needed the medication. none of its a cure all. My son at 4 years old used to talk about suicide and inflict injuries on himself. he is medicated now and handling his condition is a life long learning process for both of us, but within two weeks on his meds my son became a happy loving child and he has never gone back to the way he used to be. If MR's parents had known and dealt with his issues early on his son would be at home happy healthy and safe and most likely with both his mother and father. As i tell my son, just because it can sometimes be harder for you to do right than it is for most people does not mean that its ok or that you should be excused from the consequences. And i still think this man should be brought to justice, he lies because he knows right from wrong. he is a cowered and a lire and he could have asked for or gotten help for him self as a grown man any time he chose, but he did not care enough for his family to do so. while trying to find the right treatment for my son even at 4 years of age he would ask me "moma, why cant i be good like other kids, why do i hate me sometimes, why do i get so angry,are we going to find a doctor to fix me?" even at his young age he loved me, his baby brother and himself enough to ask for help. If my son tries everyday to get better and better this man could have done the same, but i have to admit it would have been much easier and more likely for him to get better had his parents had the tools and desire to help.

Anonymous said...

A 14 year-old boy doesn't watch nikoledeon, mr. Stupid M. Redwine!

Anonymous said...

Has this 'statement analysis expert' ever been sued for libel by one of his victims?
Astonishingly amateur and vituperative stuff.

Dani Kekoa said...

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"VICTORY, S.B.T.C" = *Strangle Bind Torture Children* & Shadowgov Breaks The Case

Psalm 118:27 "Bind the sacrifice with cords to the horns of the altar."

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~ The Ramseys

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DOB: 1-10-59 | FBI# - 678532LA7 | CO License# - CO368941 | SSN# 152-60-4382

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Dani Kekoa said...

Serial Child Killers in CO: When History Repeats Itself, Will We Notice?  Watch new video by Chess Versus Checkers here => http://youtu.be/MTuRTPtPetw 

Who Murdered JonBenet Ramsey, Jessica Ridgeway & Dylan Redwine? Ask "Pastor" Bob Enyart, He Knows -- Call Bob Enyart LIES at 1-800-8-ENYART & tell him to turn himself into the FBI or MORE KIDS WILL DIE.

"VICTORY, S.B.T.C" = *Strangle Bind Torture Children* & Shadowgov Breaks The Case

Psalm 118:27 "Bind the sacrifice with cords to the horns of the altar."

"When the suspect's background, post-murder behavior, and physical evidence are put together, the identity of this monster will be clear to someonewho knows him."
~ The Ramseys

....AND WE KNOW EXACTLY WHO THAT MONSTER IS = *R*O*B*E*R*T *A*D*O*L*P*H *E*N*Y*A*R*T = *6*6*6* = *DAXIS* = *SON of SATAN* waiting for the "Small Foreign Faction" DNA Secrets to be Revealed & Justice to be served to the "Group of Individuals" responsible for this notorious crime and many more crimes against children.

THE WORLD'S MOST EVIL SERIAL CHILD- KILLER is ShadowGov Founder: "Pastor" Bob Adolph Enyart of Denver Bible Cult in Arvada, CO 
DOB: 1-10-59 | FBI# - 678532LA7 | CO License# - CO368941 | SSN# 152-60-4382

*Google: "Bob Enyart JonBenet Ransom Note"
"Bob Enyart Jessica Ridgeway"
"Bob Enyart Austin Reed Sigg"
"Bob Enyart Dylan Redwine"
"Bob Enyart Kimberly Kay Bowman"
"Bob Enyart Child Abuse" (click images too)

X-Pose the TRUTH:
www.GenerationXpose.com
www.BobEnyartMurderedJonBenetRamsey.com
 www.KimberlyKayBowmanXposed.blogspot.com 

Patricia Adams said...
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Patricia Adams said...

I believe the father may either know who murdered his son or had an accomplice. I do not believe the father acted on his own.