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MARCH 5, 2013
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13 year old Dylan Redwine has been missing from Vallecito, Colorado since spending the Thanksgiving holiday with his father, Mark Redwine. It’s reported that Dylan’s family life was tumultuous and his mother and father had not spoken in several years.
As often happens in cases of missing children from broken homes, there tends to be blame cast on one parent or another. Mark and Elaine Redwine appeared on the Dr. Phil Show and faced each other for the first time in years. It wasn’t a happy reunion. In spite of the fact that their 13 year old son is missing, family drama is played out on national television when Dr. Phil offered Mark Redwine the opportunity to take a polygraph and clear his name. Mark Redwine had quite a few difficulties and stopped the polygraph.
“I do believe that Mark had something to do with Dylan’s disappearance. I do believe he knows more,” Elaine Redwine said.
Elaine and Mark Redwine came face-to-face for the first time since their son went missing. She and other family members believe Mark Redwine knows more than he is letting on and that he is not doing anything to help find Dylan….Our Colorado News.
Peter Hyatt and Statement Analyst and Private Investigator Kaaryn Gough will talk to Dylan Redwine’s mother, Elaine, and try to answer some of the questions surrounding her missing son.
• Did Mark Redwine have anything to do with his son’s disappearance?
• Is Mark Redwine being deceptive according to statement analysis?
• Why does Elaine Redwine believe her ex-husband knows where Dylan is?
• What does statement analysis say is deceptive in Mark Redwine’s conversations?
• What is going on in the family dynamic that may be hindering the investigation?
To read details about missing Dylan Redwine, the investigation, and the analysis of those close to the case, refer to Peter Hyatt’s site, Statement Analysis.