Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Dylan Redwine: No Movement In Case
Police have stated that there were no new clues, and said that they did identify the boys seen by the postal worker Mark Redwine claimed had seen Dylan.
Statement Analysis of the case has shown:
Mark Redwine is deceptive;
Mark Redwine has verbally indicated that Dylan is dead;
Mark Redwine was involved in an altercation with his young son, and remains the target of the investigation and the key to finding Dylan.
Mark Redwine's denials were "unreliable" and on television, he first agreed, and then refused, to take a polygraph, blaming the polygrapher's question, "Are you feeling well enough to take the test today?" for his inability to take the test.
His appearance showed the nation why it is that focus on finding Dylan remains with Mark Redwine, himself, and that his deceptive answers had a pattern to them, in that he often focuses on a single word of a question in order to avoid a direct answer. He often adds words to his sentences which give him away. When innocent parents of missing children feel that they have not done enough, remembered enough or reported enough, Mark Redwine says:
"I've done everything that I know how to do to be involved in every aspect of what's going on to find him."