Friday, June 7, 2013
Baby Ayla's Grandfather Arrested
His words revealed that Ayla was dead.
Police officials agreed.
As basic as these facts appear, her father, Justin DiPietro, remains free.
Not so for her grandfather.
Baby Ayla was a battered child, bruises, marks, and eventually, a broken arm in the home of her father and paternal grandmother, Phoebe DiPietro, who was also indicated for deception when she appeared on television claiming to have "heard nothing" that fateful night when Ayla lost her life.
After both Statement Analysis and body language analysis indicated her for deception, she was forced to apologize for "misleading" the media on the night she heard "nothing":
She wasn't even in the home.
Justin DiPietro's sister was also in the home that night and has been indicated for deception, taking a page from her brother's method of lying, refusing to say she passed her polygraph, allowing us to say:
If she is unable to bring herself to say she passed her polygraph, we are unable to say it for her.
Prosecutors have heard the evidence against DiPietro but have refused, to date, to bring charges.
Local media has refused to challenge this decision.
We recall the quaking Alex Hunter, Boulder DA who deceived the press, via passivity, when the Grand Jury returned indictments against John and Patsy Ramsey, in the death of their daughter, Jonbenet, in 1997, as he feared going up against private sector attorneys.
Since local media refuses to ask questions of prosecutors, it remains to be seen if the same fear of the private sector is behind the lack of judicial action in a case which has, from the first week, been without mystery, other than what body of water Ayla's body was unceremoniously dumped by her father, even as he addressed the rumors "floating out there" (see initial analysis), while refusing any "negotiations" with the "kidnappers" of Baby Ayla.
As we have seen from the start: Ayla never had a chance.
From the Bangor Daily News: