Thursday, April 4, 2013

Statement Analysis: Ayla's Third Birthday


Today mark's what would have been Ayla Reynold's third birthday.

Statement Analysis has concluded that Ayla is deceased and her father, Justin DiPietro, has guilty knowledge of what happened to her.

The Maine State Police spokesman said this,

"Any birthday of a child is a milestone, usually filled with joy and hope. Today is a sad reminder this is not the case in Waterville, and that on Ayla's third birthday we still do not have the complete story of what happened inside that Violette Avenue home from those who know what occurred. Ayla deserves better."

Strangers care more for Ayla than those who's conspiracy of silence allows her remains to degenerate without a Christian burial. 

For those new to the case:

An unemployed single father of two (at the time) took out a large life insurance policy against one of his two children.  6 weeks later, he reported her 'missing.'

He failed his polygraph and has refused to cooperate with police.  Ayla's blood was found spilled inside the home.  

These things are referenced in the statement:

"Any birthday of a child is a milestone, usually filled with joy and hope. Today is a sad reminder this is not the case in Waterville, and that on Ayla's third birthday we still do not have the complete story of what happened inside that Violette Avenue home from those who know what occurred. Ayla deserves better."

Note how clearly this is "sad" and that what story is missing is what happened to her "inside" that home.  

He makes it clear that deception via withholding information is present, and that what happened to Ayla took place inside "that" (distancing language) home.  

40 comments:

mountain mama said...

"Any birthday of a child is a milestone, usually filled with joy and hope. Today is a sad reminder this is not the case in Waterville, and that on Ayla's third birthday we *still* do not have the complete story of what happened inside that Violette Avenue home from those who know what occurred. Ayla deserves better."

"Still" is an unnecessary word. Is the fact that "we" (MSP) "still" do not have the complete story, sensitive?

Dee said...

"Any birthday of a child is a milestone, usually filled with joy and hope. Today is a sad reminder this is not the case in Waterville, and that on Ayla's third birthday we still do not have the complete story of what happened inside that Violette Avenue home from those who know what occurred. Ayla deserves better."

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we still do not have the complete story (I have to wonder how much of the story they do have. Is all that's left the figuring out who to charge with murder and/or manslaughter and who to charge as accessory? That could be a big task considering the zipped lips) of what happened inside that Violette Avenue home (he knows whatever occurred happened inside the home for sure) from those who know what occurred (those who know - sounds like he's saying more than one person knows what occurred). Ayla deserves better (that strikes me as disgust and anger - but maybe I'm projecting)."

Ayla certainly does deserve better than the treatment she's received from all the residents of the Violette Ave home.

Happy Birthday Ayla. May justice come soon for you little girl.

Dee said...

@MM - IMO still is sensitive. I think it shows his frustration.

John P said...

"we *still* do not have the complete story of what happened inside that Violette Avenue home from those who know what occurred." This sounds to me as being one step removed from naming the W3/4/5 as POI's in my humble non-SA experienced opinion. Thank you Peter for bringing Ayla to the forefront again! When will her father do the same?

Anonymous said...

Elisha's baby daughter should be taken away from her,that house is not safe for kids.Then maybe they'll get the asnwers there looking for,what is LE waiting for
Sometimes longer in not better,but in the end justis for Ayla will be served

Apple said...

I agree "still" is extra working. As if they plan on having the whole story, but just do not yet.

Mainah said...


I'm encouraged by the words "still" in that sense too, Apple. Also "complete" with the (qualifiers?) "from those". Do they have a "complete story" from other means?

Mainah said...


Thank you, Peter, you're welcome. I'm listening to last Tuesday (CW) show right now.

I love KG's marbles.

Trigger said...

Happy birthday, Ayla Reynolds.

You deserved a more healthier and happy life than the one that the "Waterville Three" dished out to you.

May they not suffer the same treatment that they deemed appropriate for you, but receive all the justice befitting their crimes against you, an innocent child.

Elisha said...

"Today mark's what would have been Ayla Reynold's third birthday"

No, it IS Ayla's birthday.

My thoughts and prayers to Ayla's family members, ALL of them. May God grant them strength and comfort.

Lis said...

Gee, I sure hope that someday "those who know what occurred" decide to tell "the complete story" since law enforcement seems to be powerless to do anything but wait patiently.

I won't be holding my breath.

child advocate said...


Happy Birthday Ayla.

Am I correct that JDiP *still* hasn't collected Ayla's life insurance? They don't deserve a penny of that blood money.

Anonymous said...

"Am I correct that JDiP *still* hasn't collected Ayla's life insurance?"

One can not collect on a life insurance policy if the insured has not been declared deceased.
Ayla has not been declared deceased.
Even if she should be in the future, it is "highly unlikely" Justin would collect on the policy.

Anonymous said...

Elisha said...My thoughts and prayers to Ayla's family members, ALL of them. May God grant them strength and comfort.

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I agree Elisha. May God grant the maternal family strength and comfort to cope with their loss. May God grant the paternal family the strength to tell the truth and the comfort that comes with having that weight lifted off your shoulders.

Elisha said...

Anonymous 3:45

"the comfort that comes with having that weight lifted off your shoulders"

I think you meant to say "their" shoulders??
Unless you think I am Elisha DiPietro?
In which case I could play along... I can imagine all kinds of things Elisha D. would love to say,...but I won't do that to her.

SAlurker said...

Oh Miss Ayla Bell. Happy birthday beautiful baby girl!
I can't believe this is STILL going on.

Prayers of comfort to the maternal family and prayers that truth & justice will weigh heavy on the hearts of the paternal family.

child advocate said...


Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Elisha - I worded my comment the way I meant to. There was no hidden meaning intended. It was "your" in a group sense. No, I didn't assume you were Elisha DiPietro. I have seen posts by you here before and I imagine there are quite a few Elisha's out there.

Why did you take it personally and become defensive?

Elisha said...

Anon. 5:04,

Personal, no, defensive, no. What I feel is sadness, and perhaps some anger.

I hate to see Ayla and her birthday used to hurt people. Including her paternal family. Ayla doesn't deserve that.
There are plenty of ways and times to express one's feelings about the DiPietro family without using Ayla's birthday to so so.

Mainah said...


Wanna guess who said this:

"Please join us. No matter what the truth ends up being, you will have nothing to be ashamed of for helping, hoping, and praying. Pay no mind to the small minded voices who state otherwise. They are wrong."

A) The Wizard of Oz
B) Jim Jones
C) Angela Harry

LawAbiding said...

Happy Birthday, sweet Ayla. <3

May justice be served here on Earth. C'mon, Maine: what are you waiting for???

Anonymous said...

Elisha shush your an evil twisted coward.nobody has ever accepted you.you live alone.we are all laughing at you.go away.

Lemon said...

To Ayla,

I'm sorry you're not here to have a birthday.
I'm sorry perfect strangers care more about you than your own father and his family and friends did.
I'm sorry its taking so long for justice for you.
I'm sorry they haven't found you, yet.

veruca said...

It can't be the wizard of oz...hes too much of a stand up dude
Can't be jim jones...to.charismatic
So C...angela harry..ah used the words "small minded"...so she must be sincere...lmfao

Heather said...

Thank you for keeping Ayla's name out there and remembering her birthday.

Ashley Pouliot said...

Bottom line is someone knows something and that person is going to be held just as accountable as the person/s who really "hid" Ayla. So as the saying goes "God only helps he whom helps themselves." In this scenario being the rat is a good thing stop being a coward and help yourself! Tell what you know for Ayla be a hero instead of a zero! Speak for Ayla before its to late and your punished because if the law doesn't the Lord surely will and your guilt will be your undoing.

Sus said...

Happy Birthday, Ayla...a special prayer goes out for you tonight.

Trigger said...

"Please join us. No matter what the truth ends up being...etc. Pay no mind to the small minded voices..etc.
They are wrong."

I agree that this was Angela Harry who said this. She is the self-appointed authority on the subject of "small minded voices."

~ABC said...

It's heartbreaking to look at this little sweethearts face and know that no one cared enough to keep her safe.

Happy Birthday sweet little one. Wherever you may be....

TrishapatK said...

Elisha said:I think you meant to say "their" shoulders??
Unless you think I am Elisha DiPietro?
In which case I could play along... I can imagine all kinds of things Elisha D. would love to say,...but I won't do that to her.
Anon @ 5:04 said: Anonymous said...
Elisha - I worded my comment the way I meant to. There was no hidden meaning intended. It was "your" in a group sense. No, I didn't assume you were Elisha DiPietro. I have seen posts by you here before and I imagine there are quite a few Elisha's out there.

Why did you take it personally and become defensive?

Elisha said...
Anon. 5:04,

Personal, no, defensive, no. What I feel is sadness, and perhaps some anger.

I hate to see Ayla and her birthday used to hurt people. Including her paternal family. Ayla doesn't deserve that.
There are plenty of ways and times to express one's feelings about the DiPietro family without using Ayla's birthday to so so.

Now I am responding to Elisha:
Elisha, you most certainly DID take it personally, you thought that she was referring to "you" as "your shoulders." And you most certainly were defensive, you responded with what you could do, but then defended your honor by saying that you, kind soul that you are, wouldn't do that to Elisha D.

It is true that people say harsh things about the DiPietro family and it is fine for you to care about them. This post is about Ayla and the fact that it is her birthday and we still don't know what happened. The DiPietro's are not formally POI of but it is apparent to LE and most people here that they know what happened in that house. At the very least they know what happened and where Ayla is.
For commenters here to focus on that fact and be angry at the DiPietros is appropriate and is a way of caring about Ayla. Caring about her, wanting her to be found and wanting justice for whoever killed her is tied together. Ayla deserves having adults want that for her. Why do you say that Ayla doesn't deserve this. Doesn't deserve what?
Sadly, she is dead so she isn't bemoaning the fact that there are no balloons and cake at her party. At this point we can assume that she is safely in God's care but as humans we do want truth and justice and we want to honor their life and find ways to express our concern for them.
If that is what you are feeling for Ayla, great. You did say you felt sadness. I can believe that is part of it... but you did get defensive in a way that most of us would not have. The word "your" was used correctly when praying for them. Most of us would see it that way. It's strange to see you appearing to be more aligned with diverting attention away from the DP family and wanting the focus only on Ayla as a normal child having a birthday. She is a child who was killed and hidden.
You said you also feel anger. It didn't seem as though your anger was directed at the same people we feel anger towards. It seemed directed toward the commenters. Isn't it more appropriate to feel anger at the people who are strongly suspected of being responsible for Ayla not being here to have a happy third birthday here on earth?

TrishapatK said...

@Elisha,

I thought about my first post here and also what I had read in your posts. I regret that my tone seemed adversarial and tough. I sort of forgot that you are a person, this isn't just a web site about truth vs. falsehood and how that is expressed in peoples words.

I realize that I do believe you when you express your concern for Ayla. I am concerned for you though, also and I am sorry to see the very mean attacks directed towards you from some commenters.

I'll be direct rather than beat around the bush. I would not be surprised if you are Elisha D. and I do not hate you for that. Assuming that to be the case, I'm going to speak as directly to you as I can (on a public forum.)

Everyone of us has done things that are wrong, some of us get caught, some don't. Some of us have done things more serious than others but we all need grace and forgiveness – and to receive that you have to first tell the truth, first to yourself and God and then to others.
I think you will find that people generally embrace truth tellers and many of them will extend grace towards you and change their overall attitude. You will be the one who can now be forgiven and seen as being on the side of the truth. You can help make up for the things you regret, you can't change them but you can work with the situation as it now stands and help it move forward in the best possible way.

Nobody is all good or all bad ... and all of us have done things we look back upon with secret shame and regret. Some things have more dire consequences than others but the way to move forward is to tell the truth. It is the way to restore you own dignity and prove your integrity. It will help dispel much of the distress you live with and you will find that there are people who will embrace you as a person with her own very difficult situation to deal with. There will be some consequences that may look scary at this point, but moving forward with a clear conscience, with loving guidance and an assurance of forgiveness and love from God himself can go a long way towards making your life better than it is right now.
I will be praying for you and hope to see your life restored to something you can feel good about.

Anonymous said...

Oh Dear Elisha-Please explain to us what you think Ayla Deserves???

Anonymous said...

Elisha is STINK.

Anonymous said...

@ TrishapatK...I am the anon that posted the comments Elisha responded to. I did not think she was Elisha D when I responded to her, I have seen someone with that name post here before. But after reading your response to our exchange I'm 2nd guessing that assumption. It could be her. The Elisha I've seen here doesn't post often and it tends to be on subjects about Ayla. I did feel she was inappropriately defensive.

Lis said...

If any of the DiPietros want to mend their public image, the solution is obvious and clear: TELL THE TRUTH. That's all it takes. And that is the only thing that will do it.

Any words about being sad for Ayla are meaningless when coupled with dishonesty. Tell the truth.

Elisha said...

TristapatK,

I'm not Elisha D.
Yes, I do believe I have a kind soul, thank you.
I read many things on here that I would never think of saying to, or about anyone. Such is the WWW.

I did appreciate reading your respectful, heartfelt advise to Elisha D.

"There are plenty of ways and times to express one's feelings about the DiPietro family without using Ayla's birthday to so so."

I stand by my comment. For those who do not understand why I feel that way, I do not possess the ability to explain it...not in words.












Anonymous said...


TrishapatK, Nicely stated!

I think Elisha who posts here could be male.

Anonymous said...


and that is why he is defensive. he may have found himself in a similar circumstance, or someone he is close to.

Anonymous said...


he thinks about saying things to the WWW, but declines by virtue, valuing loyalty over hearing himself talk.

Anonymous said...

Elisha; there is something wrong with you. Guilt maybe? Too close to the DiPukes? WhatEVAH.

Totally uncalled for, your coming here to 'pitifully' slam others who honor this precious child on her birtyhday and want her brought home to be given a proper burial and resting place; AND those prosecuted who did this to her.

ANY occasion is the right time to remember and honor Ayla, particularly on what would have been her birthday. You're sick in the head wanting others to withhold anything honorable that would remember this beautiful baby.

Get help.