Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Mark Redwine: Exposed
Although many may take exception to the above sentence, in analyzing his statements, I have learned not only that he is deceptive, and that he possesses guilty knowledge in the death of his son, Dylan, but that he has a pattern of deception, likely learned in childhood, in which he cleverly dissects the words given to him, and chooses not only which words (and questions) to respond to, but precisely how he will respond.
Dr. Phil's polygrapher found this to be frustrating, but if you listen to Redwine, you will hear this, consistently.
Mark Redwine picks and chooses what words and questions he wishes to use, or answer. It is his method of deception. Just as Casey Anthony likes to qualify each deceptive statement with, "perhaps, either/or" and so on, so it is that Mark Redwine is an intelligent, accomplished liar, who is able to grasp just how disgusted the nation is with him due to the revelation of his perversity in wearing a diaper and eating feces.
Mark Redwine is a prime candidate for suicide.
Objection: He likes himself too much.
Answer: So it is that he has now had the veil pulled from him, and his extreme perverse nature is exposed. There is nothing he can say to justify his actions. There is no one to support him. He is utterly undone and has nothing left.
Previously, he had some sympathies from his appearance on the Dr. Phil Show, and Elaine's lack of expressed concern in sending Dylan off to his father's conspired together to make him, at least to a small minority, a figure to be pitied.
Eating his own feces turned that tiny minority to nothing.
Anger has been expressed at Elaine Redwine. There is no excuse to be made for not giving this information to the judge, or for sending Dylan off to someone so horrifically perverse. This failure to protect is shocking, as I know of no judge who would ever send a boy off to such a grievously offensive pervert.
What is worse than this?
Apparently, Dylan had confronted his father about this very thing.
Dr. Phil, however, did not.
Analyst Kaaryn Gough, weighing on on why Dr. Phil did not address this stark perversity took a most generous position: perhaps law enforcement asked him not to, since they may have looked upon this as motive.
Dylan was like a lamb led to the slaughter: he was seeing a man of whom demands respect, yet his 13 year old son, still a boy, saw pictures of his father in women's clothing and in a diaper. Mark Redwine's rage and perversity, as well as being exposed just prior to this visit, was the perfect storm of risk factors all come together in one last venting.
As he lashed out as his son, I believe his own shame from the lingering guilt of perversity, projected itself towards Dylan, blaming, with each blow, Dylan's mother and Dylan's alliance with his mother.
Mark Redwine has no place left to hide.
He was seen by most of America as a killer of his own child, yet he clung to a semblance of dignity, demanding that his older son, Dylan's brother, show respedt to him, or that Dr. Phil would correct his son.
His demand for respect showed that there was still some gas left in his tank; howbeit little, yet some.
With this release of information, Mark Redwine's humiliation and degradation is complete. He has nowhere left to hide, and no one he can turn to and demand respect.
The fear is now that he will commit suicide and take with him the location of Dylan's secret grave robbing Elaine, Cory and the entire family of the opportunity to bury their dead and begin the process of grieving.
It was the final cruel sentence imposed upon Mr. and Mrs. Cox, Susan's parents, who were left bereft, not only of their daughter, but of the opportunity to give her a Christian burial.
I fear that Mark Redwine will do the same.