Sunday, June 23, 2013

Statement Analysis of Mark Redwine's Letter: The Analysis


Statement Analysis has indicated Mark Redwine for deception in the disappearance of his son, Dylan.  In his initial statements, he did not issue a reliable denial, and has also indicated that a dispute of some form took place in which Mark Redwine appears to have lost his temper, and likely caused the death of his son.  His statements show that he has an awareness that Dylan is not alive.

When he appeared on the Dr. Phil Show, he was also deceptive, not speaking from memory, specifically about Dylan and the last time he saw Dylan alive, and stated, on television, that he would take a polygraph.  He could not do so because he was lying about:

1.  What happened to Dylan
2.  Where Dylan's remains would be found.

In his refusal, Redwine blamed the polygrapher, himself, for causing Redwine to refuse it.  This is a consistent pattern in his speech:  blaming others and refusing to take responsibility.

It may be that Dylan died defending his mother's honor, among other things that Redwine was angry about, including Dylan's desire to see his friends more than see his father. Redwine demands respect, but does not command, nor earn it.   The insult of seeing a photograph of his father in perversity, blaming Dylan's mother, and Dylan's choice to see his friends culminated in the perfect storm towards an acutely immature, selfish, boorish, and easily insulted father who appeared to live life to bring pain to others, especially his ex wife.

From this letter, Mark Redwine has read analysis of his statements and attempts to portray himself as innocent.  It fails.  Even while attempting to use Statement Analysis to deceive, one still reveals the need to deceive.


Here is the letter in its entirety, followed by analysis.

"I would like to take the opportunity to address the disappearance of my son Dylan as we are now at 6 months. Our community like many across the country are still missing one of our children. I like the many who know him miss his happy personality, smile as well as his outgoing and giving nature. I know Dylan is loved and missed by all those who know him and we owe it to him to continue our search to find him. Over the last several months the focus in finding Dylan seems to have changed to blaming and disrespect. I will be the first to say "I will never give up" and I am honored to have Dylan as my son.

There are many aspects of Dylan's disappearance, I like many in our communities across the country struggle with each day. I am asking that we stop and evaluate the process as a community, to come up with a more productive approach in the search for Dylan and missing children across the country. I feel more should be done anytime a child goes missing. No child who is missing should have to wait for certain 
criteria to be met before the public is notified and an alert be sent out. I want to find my son and bring him home safe. I need the help of every single person out there to do this. Dylan could be anywhere out there so PLEASE look at his picture and the face of every child you see his age to see if it could be Dylan.

There have been many rumors started most of which are untrue and none that have been helpful in our search for Dylan. There are a few members of the community who continue to hamper the search efforts. It's not for me to judge these individuals nor do I believe Dylan would condone anyone else judging them. I thank the many individuals and businesses who have contributed in our search for Dylan. Although several attempts have been made, I would like to publicly invite Dylan's mother too mediation services being offered. I believe the more we all work together to bring Dylan home the more successful his safe return will be.

To Dylan: I know in my heart you are out there and can see all the things that are going on. "I want you to know I love you and will never give up to bring you home safe". Myself as well as many in our community and across the nation have you in our thoughts and prayers everyday. Each day many including me, search for the truth and the person or persons responsible for your disappearance. Speaking for myself, I will not rest until the truth comes out and justice has been served.

To Cory: Like Dylan I love you and will never give up on you. Regardless of the things you say or do I will always care. I feel the same pain, hurt and feeling of helplessness you and your mother feel. I can't make this any more clear, I don't have Dylan, I have never had Dylan and I absolutely do not know where Dylan is.
To whom it may concern: I want you to live each day as it were your last. You can't run far enough or hide under any rock that can't be turned over. Dylan is loved by all who know him. You may find his disappearance entertaining or even amusing. Regardless of who you are and why? All I want is Dylan returned safely. The truth always comes out and when it does may God have pity on your soul.

I love you Dylan,
PaPa"

Here is the same letter from Redwine, divided, and with emphasis added.  Statement Analysis is in bold type.  Please note additional commentary referring to past analysis of his statements.   This is a comparison of prior analysis and the changes that have taken place within the subject's statements. 


"I would like to take the opportunity to address the disappearance of my son Dylan as we are now at 6 months. 

Please note that where a person chooses to begin a statement is often the reason for writing the statement.  Here, he "would like", which is a weak assertion to address the disappearance of Dylan.  Note the new introduction:  "my son Dylan" is a complete social introduction in stark contrast to his previous statements where he avoided such an introduction. 

Note that he begins with the pronoun, "I", and then to the consistent "my", also singular, but then changes to "we" in reference to how long Dylan has been gone.  He is not at the 6 month mark, "we" are.  

Pronouns are instinctive and even when planning a deliberate statement after reading analysis, we may still encounter changes as such.  A very personal, "I am at 6 months of my son being gone" is expected because he began with "I", and "my", but did not follow through.  Perhaps more reading of Statement Analysis would help in a contrived statement.  The distancing language continues:  


Our community like many across the country are still missing one of our children. 


I am unable to think of anything more personal than a missing son.  Statement Analysis has previously shown that to Mark Redwine, Dylan is not "missing" as he knows exactly the last location Dylan's remains were dumped, therefore, the distancing language is expected from him. He now moves to:

a. "our community"

b.  "like many across the country"

This is to water down the most personal event of one's own son, by 'spreading out' the search area:  'across the country'.

Dylan is not "across the country" but some place within driving distance to Mark Redwine's home, yet here he hopes to include the vastness of the continental United States. 

Note that "I would like..." and "my son" has now become "our" as he seeks to share guilt, via the plural pronoun.  Dylan is no longer "my son, Dylan" but just "one" of "our children."


This is to depersonalize Dylan; something that guilt demands.  Dylan is now 'lost' 'across the country' of 300 million.  The only thing that would make him even more 'lost' would be to be one of the children, not of the country, but the 'world.'  


He does not take possession of Dylan after the introduction, but reduces him to "our" and "one of..."


This is very strong distancing language.  


Mark Redwine does not wish to be singled out.  Mark Redwine does not want to be alone, as Dylan's father, so he 'shares' Dylan with a multitude of strangers. 

Reader, do you recall the anger of Trista Reynolds, at the use of "our daughter, Ayla" by the public?  The public did not intend harm, but was showing concern over missing Ayla, yet Trista, not understanding, and feeling acute pain said that Ayla did not belong to the public, but to her.  It was an immature, but highly understandable response from an innocent mother who's child had been taken from her by a killer.  

Not so for Mark Redwine.  He quickly wants to share Dylan with a faceless multitude across the entire country. 


Even while reading analysis, Redwine cannot hide his deception and desire to 'share guilt' with the country as if Dylan is just 'one' somewhere in the nation.


Mark Redwine does not want to be viewed alone, as the father of Dylan Redwine.  This theme is very strong and continues here: 



I like the many who know him miss his happy personality, smile as well as his outgoing and giving nature. 


He cannot say that he, as father, misses Dylan, instead, he must continue to water down the responsibility by spreading it out: "like the many..."

The "many" is distancing language.  If I were to write of my own son, it would be my own heart breaking that you'd read about; not the "many" and certainly not the country.  He is my son, and I am at the 6 month mark, and I miss him.  Mark Redwine, while on the Dr. Phil Show, had trouble with the easiest of pronouns:  "I", instead using the plural pronoun.  This is something seen in guilt:  a desire to weaken the sting of guilt by spreading it around. '

It is seen in children of a young age: "Oh, mom, everyone was doing it" as if that would lessen the guilt.  

For Redwine, this is something acutely sensitive, as he uses it repeatedly:  


I know Dylan is loved and missed by all those who know him and we owe it to him to continue our search to find him. 


"I know" is unnecessary and weakens the assertion.  "Dylan is loved" is quite enough, yet he needs to emphasize this, which is where the weakness is seen. 


Note who misses Dylan:  "all" which, again, emphasizes the plural.  
Who owes it to Dylan to continue to search?

Not the father, but "we" owe it to continue "our" search, not "my" search, as it is known that Redwine did not help search for Dylan. 

But let's step back from the sentence and ask:

Why would any father of a missing child need to say that a search must continue?

This is another indicator of guilt on his part.  

Is he 'rallying the troops' on to search?  Hardly.  This unnecessary statement is as thin as Scott Peterson's call for searching.  


Over the last several months the focus in finding Dylan seems to have changed to blaming and disrespect. 

On the Dr. Phil Show, we saw that Mark Redwine was more concerned with his son being 'disrespectful' to him, than he was on his younger son being missing.  This was a critical point in the show and likely, in my analysis, pointed to the death of Dylan.  

Dylan was not 'respectful' to the man who barraged Dylan's own mother with insult. 

Dylan was not 'respectful' to the man he had seen in a photo wearing a baby's diaper, eating feces. 

Mark Redwine is desperate for respect, projecting his own perverse nature and belying the very need he has for respect. 

Note that "blaming" and "respect" are mentioned here, as he is now in the perfect place to say that he did not harm Dylan.  Although this would not be reliable, due to the inability to say so during the Free Editing Process, when Dylan was first reported 'missing', yet, he does not say so:


I will be the first to say "I will never give up" and I am honored to have Dylan as my son.

Utterly missing is the denial. Even after reading Statement Analysis, he is still unable to bring himself to deny what was done to Dylan, therefore, our rule:

If Mark Redwine is unable or unwilling to say he did not harm Dylan, we are not permitted to say it for him.  

What do you make of his "never give up" statement?

He does not say he will search until Dylan is found, but that he will "never" give up;  no hope, and no confidence that Dylan's remains (or Dylan) will be found. 

This shows confidence in that Dylan's remains will not be found.  If the remains were put into moving water, the confidence he exudes here is likely justified.  

Question:  Why is he the "first" to say this?

Answer:  because others, having hope, will not be the first to say it. 
There are many aspects of Dylan's disappearance, I like many in our communities across the country struggle with each day. 

The spreading out of guilt and responsibility continues:  "many in our communities" and "across the country""struggle"....

Who are these people?
What do they struggle with?  

Let's answer these two questions, remaining only in context.

1.  Who are these people across the country?  The answer is:  faceless multitude.  This is, again, the depersonalizing of his son.

2.  What do they struggle with?  He tells us that they struggle with "many aspects of Dylan's disappearance."

What aspects?  


The aspects of Dylan's disappearance that cause struggle is Mark Redwine's behavior, including the deceptive answers, the lack of cooperation,  and the behavior on The Dr. Phil Show which showed him not only more concerned with his image than his missing son, but showed the bizarre rambling of guilt in first agreeing to polygraph, and then refusing, knowing he could not go through with it without being caught.  His behavior, most unmanly, indicated blaming others, including Dylan's mother, Elaine, Dylan's own brother, and even the polygrapher.  Mark Redwine, at no time, took responsibility for anything, including his own drinking.  


The public does struggle with these aspects of Dylan's disappearance, as well as that Mark was with him last, and Mark's own attempt to get a friend to state that she saw Dylan alive.  


Mark Redwine wants this struggle with the public's perception of his guilty behavior to stop.  


He knows that he is the key to finding Dylan, and that the focus on him is the means of which we will learn how Dylan died, and where his body was dumped.  This is precisely what he asks the public to stop doing:  stop the attempt to find Dylan. 

I am asking that we stop and evaluate the process as a community, to come up with a more productive approach in the search for Dylan and missing children across the country.


Note that he cannot say that he asks that "you", the public, stop looking at his guilty behavior and guilty words, but that "we" stop:  a most inappropriate use of the pronoun, "we" indicating the consistency of desire to share guilt by spreading it around.  Although alone, he used the pronouns "we" and "us" in his public statements, and even here, when preparing a letter with Statement Analysis before him, he still reveals his guilt and its need to spread out. 

Please keep in mind:  this is not only analysis, but commentary based upon stitching together prior analysis.  We are viewing this, not SCAN of the letter, but SCAN compared with prior SCAN. 

The theme of watering down continues:  Mark Redwine does not stand alone as Dylan's father, as close up and personal that this would be:  he seeks to lose himself in the 'country' of 300 million, as just one of 'many' sufferers.  Hence, the words "as a community" and Dylan is lost as one of the "missing children" across the country. 

This is similar to Billie Jean Dunn heading an organization of mothers of missing children, or OJ Simpson gathering golfers to find the 'real' killer.  

Instead of viewing him as the guilty killer of Dylan, he wishes to be viewed as one who is speaking for parents of missing children across the country.  

Clever?  No.  It is transparent. 

Recall the hypocrisy of guilty parents when they turned on the police, including Billie Dunn's mockery of the polygrapher.  Redwine, who like Dunn refused to search, now subtly blames police:  

 I feel more should be done anytime a child goes missing. 

Here comes the 'spokesman' for missing children, yet, this is not personal about his own son, but only "a child" goes missing.  

Transparent.  The reader should not be on alert for one of the strangest of human nature's defense mechanisms:  projection. 

When a human feels guilt, he can choose to embrace the guilt, make change, and 'fix' that which is broken, as painful as it is, or he can refuse to acknowledge the guilt, and may even project the guilt upon others.  

This is why children are taught to take responsibility for their own actions, and it is why, especially with boys, that manhood lessons are taught:  own up to what one has done, take responsibility, consequence, and grow from it.  Sports, for example, is a great way to teach accountability which is why "the sun got into my eyes" is considered so detrimental to a boy's character.  

Some examples of projection:

TV preacher awash in pornography and prostitutes, rails against pornography in sermon after sermon after sermon. 

A manager wants to 'keep an eye' on employees so that they don't slack off will often be the biggest slacker in the office. 

A child complains about a disruptive child in class, over and over and over, until finally the parent learns that her own child is the disruptive one in the class.  

No child who is missing should have to wait for certain criteria to be met before the public is notified and an alert be sent out. 

Here he wishes to complain (and indict) about the timing around a child going missing.  This is an example of projection as he, himself, delayed reporting and delayed informing Dylan's mother. 

He projects his own guilt, here, even as he attempts to portray himself as being morally outraged. 


I want to find my son and bring him home safe.

Here is another example of one giving himself away:

Who would think that the father of a missing son would have a need to say he wants him found and brought home safe six months after reporting him missing?

This very statement shows a need to tell the public that which is not even needed to be said.  This very need, itself, indicts him. 

He who has hindered the search by lying wants us to know he wants Dylan found.  This very statement tells us the opposite. 

Note both by the word "and" between them. 


 I need the help of every single person out there to do this. 

He who refused the polygraph, now wants "every single person out there", which, in context, is across the "country":

He, who would not polygraph and who, perhaps even alone, wants 300 million others to help him. 

*this is the greatest example of watering down the guilt, and moving him into a large pool of people, in order to get lost in its multitude.  He is not the father of Dylan, singular, but just one of 300,000,000 citizens. 

This need to disappear into the crowd, itself, indicates a desire to hide. 

But where is Dylan?  

An innocent father will give us hope, but thus far, Mark Redwine has told us that he will "never" stop searching, just like OJ Simpson would "never stop" looking for the 'real' killer:  

indicating that "never" will success be found.  

So, where is Dylan?

Is he nearby, close to the home of Mark Redwine, as expected?


Dylan could be anywhere out there so PLEASE look at his picture and the face of every child you see his age to see if it could be Dylan.

No, let's move the search to "anywhere", nondescript, and away from the specific area near the home, according to Redwine.  This is a transparent attempt to dilute the search area for Dylan.  He does not want him found by anyone, but, perhaps, his own self, and in terms of his own searching, it will never end. 


There have been many rumors started most of which are untrue and none that have been helpful in our search for Dylan. 

Here we see a truthful statement:  he acknowledges that some of the rumors are, in deed, true, while "most" are untrue.  Note that he does not address which rumors are true and which are not. 

There are a few members of the community who continue to hamper the search efforts. 

Mark Redwine, a member of the community, and his friend from the Post Office, have hampered search efforts.  This statement of his, therefore, is true. 


It's not for me to judge these individuals nor do I believe Dylan would condone anyone else judging them. 

This is a remarkable statement.  Note the context of judging. 

Dylan would not, in his opinion, "judge" those who have hampered the search efforts.  By lying, one hampers the search efforts. 
By refusing the polygraph, one hampers the search efforts.
By giving a false red herring of a 'sighting', one hampers the search efforts. 

Dylan, at only 13, is now given adult like discernment, who would not "judge" nor "condone judgment"...

'Dylan would not judge his father' which indicates that Mark Redwine has a story to tell in which he believes that people would 'understand.'

This is likely an indication that he did not intend to kill Dylan, but that the situation got out of hand. 

Innocent parents of missing children are not satisfied with negative results.  When we see early 'thank yous' while the child is missing, it is a red flag.  Recall, shortly after Baby Ayla went missing, Justin DiPietro (failed polygraph) 'thanked' police and community.  

Would you be thankful knowing your child is out there, possibly suffering miserably, so early on?

Here, Mark Redwine has been at odds with police and authorities as he has been the prime suspect, yet we see him seeking to 'make peace', but, with whom?  Police?  


I thank the many individuals and businesses who have contributed in our search for Dylan. 

He does not thank police, or searchers, but "individuals" and "businesses" who have "contributed", not "searched", in what is "our" search, even though it has been 'unsuccessful' in our eyes, but very successful in his own eyes. 

We saw on the Dr. Phil Show, his inability to be civil to Elaine.  He sought to blame her until Dr. Phil called him on it, and showed how foolish it was to say that Elaine sent Dylan on a plane, only to follow, 5 hours behind, and snatch Dylan away.  Redwine was utterly without a response; not something common for him.  Here, he cannot stop himself from taking shots at Elaine, in her suffering: 


Although several attempts have been made, I would like to publicly invite Dylan's mother too mediation services being offered. 

This is another red herring.  Rather than take a polygraph, let's do counseling together.  This would delay getting to the truth, as well as its intended purpose;

Publicly insult Elaine and portray her as uncooperative. 

Elaine has suffered more than any of our words could describe, yet here, just as he did on the show, he seeks to add pain to the pain she suffers from.

This buttresses my belief that Dylan died defending his mother's honor in an argument that escalated terribly. 


I believe the more we all work together to bring Dylan home the more successful his safe return will be.

He, the guilty party in Dylan's disappearance, again shows that he does not wish to be alone, therefore the emphasis with the words "we" and the needless "together":

Mark Redwine can end the search in just a sentence, yet he refuses to do so, instead, seeks to convolute the process, blame Elaine, and lose himself in a mix of the faceless multitude of citizens.  He who began with "my son Dylan" has moved to distance himself as far from Dylan as possible. 

Now, he addresses Dylan directly: 


To Dylan: I know in my heart you are out there and can see all the things that are going on. "I want you to know I love you and will never give up to bring you home safe". 

When someone dies, we, by nature, often embrace a deification process where the deceased is given higher level abilities from us.  Elaine called Dylan her "angel" who was watching over her.  These words comforted her even as she read the analysis, early on, that indicated that Mark Redwine knew Dylan was dead. 

I do not pretend to understand her pain. 

Yet Mark Redwine has the need to make us believe that Dylan is alive, yet betrays himself again, here, not by using past tense language, but by assigning Dylan deity like with "can see all things", indicates his death. 

Early on, and now, he reveals knowledge of Dylan's death.  

But what of SCAN?

"I know in my heart" indicates that he knows, outside his heart, something else, and acknowledges that others "know" differently.  This is a weak assertion of Dylan being "out there."

"can see all things" is to assign him higher levels, as if dead, like an angel watching over us all.

"going on" is another shot at Elaine, of whom he has sought to indict in the public's eye, both on TV, and in writing. 

This reminds me of the claims that the dead Hailey Dunn was refusing to come home because of the infighting:  the height of folly.  

"I want you to know" now employs quotation marks, allowing for emphasis.  Instead of saying "Dylan, I love you", he prefaces it with "I want you to know", indicating a weakness: he has a need for Dylan to "know" that he loves him.  Why would Dylan need to know this?

Q.  When do you need to know something?
A.  When you are uncertain. 

Here he betrays himself yet again:  Dylan would need to know of his love because it was not something known to Dylan. 

Now, instead of the irrevocable heartbreak of a father, he disappears into the crowd that gets increasingly larger, losing himself more and more: 


Myself as well as many in our community and across the nation have you in our thoughts and prayers everyday. 


First, "myself" and then, "many" in the community, but then he goes "across the nation" itself, as if he is in a photo, front and center, and the camera pans out, and he becomes just one of "many" in his local community, but then the camera spans out even further, like Google Earth, until he is utterly lost in the entire "nation" of people, no longer seen nor recognized, but safely lost in the crowd. 

No, this is not up close and personal, as Dylan's own, singular father, but it is a picture of a nation, distance and unrecognizable. 

Each day many including me, search for the truth and the person or persons responsible for your disappearance. Speaking for myself, I will not rest until the truth comes out and justice has been served.

Note the change from searching for and finding Dylan to the area of criminal justice.  They do not search for Dylan, but for "the truth"; as if a 13 year old kidnapped child is thinking that he needs to hear his father talk about justice, rather than thinking about survival.  

He will find no rest until the truth comes out, is a truthful statement, as this letter shows that he has no rest, and continues the need to blame others, and attempt to divert attention away from himself.  

Note that eventually, he will rest; when justice is served. The burden of the constant lies; that "tell tale heart" beating within the floor boards; that knowing look from those around him...he appeared to come close to confessing to Dr. Phil, but regained his opposition. 

I believe he is more afraid of being 'disrespected' than he is of going to prison.  I also believe he does have a conscience which does bother him. 

In the 6 months time, all roads have led back to Mark Redwine, who has much to atone for. 

Elaine, to her credit, did not readily disclose his humiliating perversity, nor would she openly blame him, even as suspicion fell upon him. She is a rare person of dignity, who, on national television, listened to a killer seek to blame her, not so much as a killer, but more in a manner of which a guilty man blames others for not stopping him, or not knowing him.  Recall the lesson of the child molester who did not molest his "daughter", but in his mind, changed her (as seen in his language), to "the girl", while actually blaming his wife for leaving him alone with her. 

He now turns his attention to Cory, of whom he revealed his desperate need for respect by chiding the broken hearted Cory, who's heart broke for Dylan and for his own mother, as Redwine wanted Dr. Phil to 'correct' his son's lack of respect.  It was a telling moment that revealed insight,  I believe, into why Dylan died. 
To Cory: Like Dylan I love you and will never give up on you

Here is the insult he lays upon Cory, who, like Elaine, has suffered more than many of us will ever suffer in ten lifetimes.  

He says he will "never give up" on Cory, indicating that Cory has something of which most would "give up" on him:  hence, the insult.  This statement presupposes that Cory has problems and it is something that his father has done publicly, just as he felt the public sting of disrespect on the Dr. Phil Show.  It is Mark Redwine's revenge upon his living son.  He could not punish Cory the way he did Dylan, but he gets his shot in just the same. 

The insult, before the public, is not just this one line, but it continues: 


Regardless of the things you say or do I will always care. 

Here he seeks to indict Cory for "saying" things and "doing" things against the father.  What has Cory done, but speak the truth?  

Cory saw and commented upon, how his father did not help search, but appeared to be sabotaging via delay, search and recovery efforts of his little brother. 

What must it be like to be the big brother of Dylan?

As with his mother, I do not pretend to understand, and can only use my own life as a reference point. 

I was taught to care for my own 'little' brother, in life, as well as defend the young, small, and weak among us.  I was taught that a man never raises his hand to a woman, and that if in a fight that one knows it is an easy win, to walk away. 

Masculinity, therefore, sacrifices its strength, for the good of others.  

Cory must feel pain that is indescribable, and different from that of his mother, as he, like her, was unable to save his little brother from this monster, but he also carries with him the shame of Mark Redwine's perversity, something so horrible that it is difficult to even type.  

If his father was not a killer, the shame would be unbearable.  I do not know how bad it is for Cory, as big brother, but also as son of Mark Redwine.  

Cory, you bear no shame and the nation saw that you are not your father, nor are you like him.  


I feel the same pain, hurt and feeling of helplessness you and your mother feel. 

Did Mark Redwine's own father publicly shame him as well?
Was his own father perverse, twisted into something foul, by nature?

I can't make this any more clear, I don't have Dylan, I have never had Dylan and I absolutely do not know where Dylan is.

He also cannot say he did not do it.  Let's look at his 'denial', step by step:

1.  "I can't ame this any more clear" is to begin in the negative, making it sensitive. 
It is not just "clear" but "more" clear, making it doubly sensitive. 

2.  "I don't have Dylan" is not something he is accused of.  No one has said "Mark Redwine has Dylan" but that he killed Dylan and dumped his body.  

3.  "I have never had Dylan" is not to say "I did not kill Dylan" but that he never "had" him.  What does this mean?  Did he not "have" Dylan when Dylan was "sleeping" on the couch?  Did he not "have" Dylan when Dylan was in his truck, in the drive through?

This is an awkward statement that seeks to avoid saying "I did not kill Dylan" or "I did not cause Dylan's disappearance."  He appears to struggle, even here, to avoid issuing a reliable denial, in spite of being familiar with the analysis. 

Next, he turns his attention to an 'unknown' person.  The question for us is this:

Is Mark Redwine addressing himself?

To whom it may concern: I want you to live each day as it were your last. 

Is this what it is like to live each day wondering if the knock on the door will be uniformed police with an arrest warrant?

You can't run far enough or hide under any rock that can't be turned over.

Notice that he does not say that he will turn over the rock, or he will be looking for the killer, but only that, in the passive language, "can't be turned over."

This 'bravado' sounds like feigned anger, yet, even in pretense, we see that the use of passivity attempts to conceal responsibility.  It is not he, Redwine, who will turn over the rock.  He will not confess, nor help in this manner:  the rock will have to be turned over by another...

 Dylan is loved by all who know him. You may find his disappearance entertaining or even amusing

This is very strange language to use while Dylan is missing, yet if you go back to the analysis and commentary of Redwine on the Dr. Phil Show, I wrote that he, at times, enjoyed himself and enjoyed the attention he received, which has, ironically, turned against him. 

He may have enjoyed his 15 minutes of fame, yet the nation that may have wondered if he had been responsible for Dylan's disappearance, had all doubt removed by him. 

Dr. Phil did not remove doubt.
Elaine did not remove doubt. 

Mark Redwine's own words told the nation what they needed to know about "who done it" to Dylan Redwine. 

Regardless of who you are and why? All I want is Dylan returned safely. 

"All I want" indicates that the only thing he wants is Dylan returned safely.  What happened to justice?  What happened to the truth? 

If he is addressing himself, he does not want retribution to the one responsible.  Not only does he not want retribution upon himself, but he wants God's pity upon his eternal soul:


The truth always comes out and when it does may God have pity on your soul.

I love you Dylan,
PaPa"


Mark Redwine did not take a polygraph because he could not pass a polygraph.  Analysis has shown that he was in a confrontation with his son, and that he caused the death of his son, and hid the body, likely in a way to cause him to believe, with hopefulness, that the body will never be found. 

He is unable to bring himself to say that he did not kill Dylan, and he is unable to stop himself from insulting his ex wife and her son.  

Even after learning analysis, and attempting to follow 'the rules', he still reveals himself as responsible for Dylan's death, and that, although his conscience bothers him, and he fears being caught, he remains committed to his deception. 

His personality is such, however, that should police arrest him on lesser charges, he may give up Dylan's location.  

37 comments:

Sus said...

Great analysis, Peter. Thanks.

I want to point out something that you touched on and more than likely played into Dylan's murder.

Mark Redwine is a classic abuser. He has no self-respect. He can only get a false sense of bravado by seeing those around him as lower than him, by putting them down or making them out as wrong in every resgard.

You pointed out MR did this to Cory in the letter. And of course he does it to Elain constantly.

Notice where MR says, "I will be the first to say 'i will never give up.' Up to that point MR was part of a group and a "we." Now he speaks for himself ...when he is first and wants to win. He will never give up at what? He doesn't say! Directly before that comment he was speaking of being blamed and disrespected. It looks as if MR will not give up till he gets the respect he feels he deserves.

Looking at how his thoughts flow, MR then says, "and I am honored to have Dylan as my son." This insinuates Dylan did something wrong. MR is connecting getting respect to giving up on his sons.

This is rambling...sorry. Mark Redwine killed Dylan because he was not showing him the respect he feels he deserves.

Deejay said...

To Cory: Like Dylan I love you and will never give up on you.
Knowing that he killed Dylan- I view this as veiled threat to Cory.

Anonymous said...

Did the police arrest him?

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry Dylan.

Vita said...

" Mark Redwine did not take a Polygraph because WE could not pass a Polygraph"
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The most profound of all his blather was just that, he caught by Dr. Phil's camera man. WE - he to use the pronoun WE. He to show up the following day, to meet the poly Man, he ruffled and hung on, not over.

He, Mark Redwine is sick twisted individual. He knows this. It's his pride. His use of WE to be a constant and consistent qualifier of he telling US who he believes is not involved. WE

How many cases have been heard audio of interrogations? How many POI's have said this within being asked by Law Enforcement, tell me what happened? The POI to say, respond to the questions asked " It wasn't me"

Exactly it wasn't them, not the John Q Public that his neighbors know and have observed from a far for years. Why? because when the committed event (crime) happened they were higher than a kite, and or ramped up on internal fueled anger, and or jonesing - that WE shows it self, the monster, on very rare occasions....

It has to be brought out - is their excuse. This monster that I become. No, it does not have to be brought out, it is them. It's their brain ENHANCED, when they join hand in hand with their little helpers, and or when they do not have access to what carries them, to remain contained.

Drugs, Stimulants, Alcohol, Visuals, Triggers, Rage, Jealousy
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Mark Redwine his first statements were of the Bible, upon Dylan's missing, back in Dec 2012. He to issue his first statements to reporters, he to quote and or use the Bible within his recorded reaction. Right there - he was offering his truth.

This isn't about Religion No. This is about who he feels WE is. WE within the actions of, Mark and his significant who carries him, guides him, whispers into his ear, you got this bro, you got it -
It was to him, his Right, not Wrong to Snuff Dylan out. God complex, yes, he to believe in himself as his deity tells him so/ he, who is his better half.

This is a man who is said to wear adult diapers, to dress in woman's clothing, to eat his own feces. He KNOWS his own self, these are not his secrets to himself. He lives provocatively within his own Demons, his own self. How better for HIM, not for anyone less, for him, to be of split dual personalities to the media. He isn't two people, he is ONE man. One. His written is to provoke others to save "others" - not himself, not Dylan.

Because WE are not Guilty of Wrong Doing. We are UPHELD for doing what was needed and necessary, saving Dylan, saving him from? himself? Dylan's own decisions of who he was to live with, for the rest of his youth? as he did speak to a judge in privacy. This days prior to being court ordered to spend time with.. Dad.

Mark to be the insolvent, the martyr, he gave up everything even knowing that DY may not chose him, he walked away from the drama ELAINE. He put up his house for Dy to stay, he did, he is now the targeted via the public. He cannot comprehend this, as he, his felt is he did nothing wrong. He believes this, as WE tells him, you are not to be convicted, you are a man of convictions. Who to pay? Dylan was recused within short order, within hours of his fathers presence. Did Dy even make it to his house? it's not known. WE planned this, Mark did not, WE did.

Elaine to suffer the unknown, the consequences, as WE felt it was needed and necessary. Dylan didn't understand, the why, We did, what we did, in order to save him. He is a sick twisted you know what, he is. He is damn proud of WE. It is in his letter, as HE wrote it. " to who is concerned" who are alike, who need to do, or should be aware of. His letter it's not TO or For Dy. He his written is his NOW created vanguard, symposium by his own design.

You, who accuse me, are either with WE or against We. Not me, it wasn't me. DY, he was put in a place that only WE knows, that is sacred, shared once, that was of MR and DY, that Dy said? I love you too Dad... (thinking out loud)

Nic said...

I wouldn't be surprised if Dylan took it upon himself, if ever in MR's company, to drop him, in the name ofhis little brother, and make MR respect *him*. You know, talk to MR in a language he understands.

Bad of me to say, I know it. I don't care. The man has no soul.

Anonymous said...

Still making me mad whenever I think about it. Some judge ordered him to spend time with this pos. POS used his kids. I don't need to be a social worker to see this. People do this all the time before and after divorce.

Why is this tolerated? Why do parental rights trump the well being of the kids? I read immediately after Dylan dissappeared that this judge retired (Probably with full lifetime benefits).

Mark Redwine is responsible for the dissappearance of Dylan. The judge put Dylan in harm's way. The judge should answer for that. He has no judgement.

AugustWA said...

Doesn't matter what this guy says or does, LE isn't arresting him. Just chalk it up to another "missing" child last seen by it's parents. seriously, how many kids now have just disappeared and LE does jack shit nothing?

Anonymous said...

AugustaWA, thats exactly what I was thinking! Poor Levon, unable to runaway, or call out for help; his dad and grandparents however are protected by LE. What are the investigators doing? Why encourage journalists to learn SCAN? More fodder for this blog? LE needs to learn how to investigate, if MR's words are all they have, then they need to listen to him!!!! He's a lying, murderous PUS faced POS!!!

Anonymous said...

Did I read earlier on that Elaine did not tell the court during the custody hearing about Marcs' deviate sexual pleasures and how her children had discovered and SEEN the photos; yet she knew this at the time of the custody hearing and knew Marc was an abusive alcoholic control freak.

Then SHE is to blame for Dylan being forced to visit Marc by NOT making the court aware of this. This alone might have saved Dylan from having to spend time with his twisted and sexually sick father if the judge had known about this prior to Marc being awarded visitation.

If it is true that Elaine did not present this nasty deviant sex before the judge at the custody hearing, then why didn't she bring the issue before the judge? Was she afraid Mark might divulge something equally horrible about her own behavior?

Is there anyone here who would NOT have made the probate judge aware of this horror her children could be subjected too by their own father? I know I most certainly would have, and would have fought for my minor son to the very end to prevent him from ever being subjected to his father again. Cody had a choice, but Dylan didn't. Sure I pity and feel sorry for Elaine; but WHERE was this womans' head? What was her reasoning?

As for Marc, it makes me feel sick to my stomach just looking at his photo, knowing what he eats for dinner. Observer

Anonymous said...

This alone might have saved Dylan

Hey this is helpful...can you do a might have for all the murdered kids?

Anonymous said...

If the Judge had listened to Dylan's fears he might have... Elaine might have... LE needs to make an arrest.

Anonymous said...

Cody had a choice,

CORY

Anonymous said...

UPD was going to switch to a google page, they said they left the facebook page up for the publics interest in Levon! Levon is noticably absent from the top of the page, as is any news about Levon. The page requests help finding a shoplifter? No reward offered for Levon..

City of Utica, NY Police Department To All: We will NEVER STOP SEARCHING for baby Levon until he is found.
Awk sounds like a criminal

City of Utica, NY Police Department
June 16
We have received numerous phone calls from citizens offering to help search for baby Levon. If you are willing to help with the effort, here is your chance. Starting tomorrow at 9 a.m. call 223-3510. We will have two lists. One is for people to hand out flyers and the other to help search. Please give the officer your name and contact phone number. When the time comes to help search we will meet with volunteers and give them direction. The phone line will receive volunteer's calls from 9 a.m-5 p.m. Until the time comes for volunteer searchers, please continue to check your property

City of Utica, NY Police Department To All: We will never stop searching for baby Levon until he is found. We have only stopped the ground search in the surrounding area of the father's house. We will have other areas to search based on leads that we've developed on the case.
Yesterday at 10:01am · Edited · 2

City of Utica, NY Police Department @Tazz: We can't get into the details of our investigation or the methods we use, publicly. To do so would hurt the investigation.
Yesterday at 10:05am · 2

City of Utica, NY Police Department @Blythe: It doesn't matter who the baby belongs to. Most of us our fathers or mothers. We want to find the baby as badly as the rest of the public. However thorough systematic searches take enormous time and resources to complete. We are doing our best and we will not give up. The best thing to you and the others can do is say a pray for baby Levon and be supportive of your police department.
Yesterday at 10:13am · Edited · 2






City of Utica, NY Police Department
June 13
***Message to our City Residents***

We know that has been a movement by citizens on facebook to organize and search for baby Levon Wameling. We ask at this time that you do not take it upon yourselves to search the nearby area of the father's home. There has been an ongoing police search that will continue, and your presence may contaminate the area.

Please stick to checking your yards and the immediate outside area your homes.

There may come a time when we ask the general public to assist in an organized search with th police. However that time is not now.

As always, thank your support and we share in your concern.


City of Utica, NY Police Department
June 12
**Missing Child**

The UPD is asking for the public's help in locating this 9 month old child. Levon Wameling was reported missing by his father last night. The father told police that two weeks ago he left his child unattended for a few minutes in front of his home on Jay St. When he returned, the child was missing. He did not report the child missing until family members asked about the child. We are asking anyone that knows the whereabouts of this child, or knows what happened to him to please call 223-3503, 223-3510, or 735-3301.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Peter. And Vita. So this is what bugged me from the first moment in the interview in the video store, when Mark was so giggly, non-chalant and blamed Dylan's Mom. Mark Redwine was asserting himself as a VICTIM - and the got some thrill out of being a VICTIM of the parent of a missing child. You are so on the money with this observation:

"Instead of viewing him as the guilty killer of Dylan, he wishes to be viewed as one who is speaking for parents of missing children across the country.

Clever? No. It is transparent."

Thank you, Peter.

Anonymous said...

Peter. 13 yo girl from MO allegedly went missing between bedtime and morning. She was listed as endangered missing. She was found today and the search canceled. Local info says she was found dead.

https://www.facebook.com/FindMissingEndangeredMacalaSheltonIberiaMo?fref=ts

Anonymous said...

News article about Macala, the missing 13 yo that has been allegedly found deceased today.

http://www.ky3.com/news/ky3-teenager-missing-from-her-miller-county-home-20130622,0,3276814.story

Anonymous said...

Macala"s mom was serving in Afganistan...this is tragic.

Anonymous said...

I think Mark had a LIE ready for the custody hearing if the perverted pictures came up. He would have claimed they were fake or a joke as his bff's daughter repeated many times in his defense on FB. The lies were ridiculous and no one believed her, but how would it have played out in court without more proof? He would have claimed this was just one example of how she tries to alienate him from his children blah blah blah. Elaine couldn't risk losing primary custody of Dylan to him! I also think it's possible that Dylan told the judge in chambers, and he made him go visit the pervert anyway.

The judge retired earlier this year, interesting timing imo. Did it have anything to do with this case?

http://durangoherald.com/article/20130111/NEWS01/130119913/0/s/District-judge-to-leave-bench

Anonymous said...

What did he "eat"is he getting away with it? Thankzi.

Anonymous said...

*thanks*

sidewalk super said...

I'm having problems reading the postings about this disgusting, vile, unconvicted criminal.

gag reflex

Trigger said...

"To Cory:"

Mark does not give Cory a title like he did Dylan.

He says "my son Dylan" but fails to say "my son Cory"

The insult is expected to be forthcoming.

Like Sus says, "by seeing those around him as lower than him"

Deejay's observation of a veiled threat to Cory is right on.

Mark is a dangerous individual.

trigger said...

^^^^^ TURD^^^^

Anonymous said...

"I would like to take the opportunity to address the disappearance of my son Dylan as (because) we are now at 6 months."

* AS = Because

So now that it has been 6 months, it is his opportunity to address it because he is feeling more certain that the body will not be found. The "WE are now at 6 months" is the same WE that would not take the polygraph.

Anonymous said...

"I know Dylan is loved and missed by all who know him and (so) we owe it to him to continue our search to find him"

* Compound sentence: AND = So


Dylan is loved and missed so WE owe it to him to continue our search. If Dylan wasn't loved and missed, then we shouldn't look for him? Why "OWE"? That's like saying that Dylan is on the sidelines saying "you owe me"! I would think a father would look for his child out out of love.

Anonymous said...

"Over the last several months the focus in finding Dylan seems to have changed to blaming and disrespect."

* NOTICE WHAT FOLLOWS :

"I will be the first to say I will never give up and I am honored to have Dylan as my son."

He is saying : finding Dylan CHANGED to accusing him. In other words, to those of you who are blaming (and disrespecting) me, you are not trying to find Dylan. Then he says he will be the first to say he will never give up and is honoring his son. To the rest of us who think Mark Redwine is guilty, we have given up and are not honoring Dylan. Trying to lay guilt on the people who believe he is guilty!

Junior Analyzer

Anonymous said...

I am not religious but the last thing I'd want for the abductor or even killer of my son that God should have pity on the killers soul. I would think eternal damnation in the deepest layer of hell would be too mild a punishment. But that's just me.

Anonymous said...

Update on Macala, the missing 13 yo in MO. She was killed by someone that lived in her home.

http://www.ky3.com/news/ky3-steven-henderson-murder-charge-20130624,0,5448820.story

Anonymous said...

Update on Macala Shelton. Step Uncle killed her and Step Father arrested for being a felon in possession of firearms.

Anonymous said...

I Agree.Observer

mmmagique said...

LE has confirmed that they are calling both parents to Vallecito concerning items they found in a search they recently conducted.

I hope Elaine gets some answers.

http://denver.cbslocal.com/2013/06/26/authorities-find-possible-clues-in-search-for-dylan-redwine/

Anonymous said...

http://denver.cbslocal.com/2013/06/26/authorities-find-possible-clues-in-search-for-dylan-redwine/

Anonymous said...

they just found the remains

Anonymous said...

Awful! Eats fece and sits in diapers? wow! Sicko! Big time!

He seems to have time metric at play (perhaps in his mind) about the time it will take for...well, almost anything. He says 2% of Dylan has been found. He says, "I am at the 6 month mark..." and, of course, the inclusion of communities across the nation.

Did anyone check that mountain before? Wonder if he has a large pry bar or something the move a rock/boulder that is larger than what a normal man could physically move. Is he aware of the wildlife? Bone eating mammals?

At least if his backpack or phone is found they'll know the vicinity. Unless (if MR is the killer-not assuming anything yet though it appears he is) he tossed it on the way back home. Perhaps the path to his friends house would be the place to look since that was his story.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps rehashing the "rumors" would help:

There have been many rumors started most of which are untrue and none that have been helpful...says Mark!

Which "rumors" are true and which "rumors" are actually helpful?

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your Analysis or MR's letter! It is an interesting reading.

I just saw some small glimpses of the Dr Phil program, in Sweden, this morning.

I reacted on something MR said in the very beginning - on a press conferens (it seemed): That MR was talking about his son in "past time". He said something like "I Loved // or did love him (= Dylan) very much". Which, to me, implies that he already, at that time, knew that Dylan no longer is alive...
(I cannot have misheard that one, or did I?)

So, already having seen this program only for a few seconds, I stated for myself, that MR is guilty for the boy's dissapearance!

Now, after having googled some, I know that he's been found dead and probably murdered...

The truth always win, sooner or later.

Rest in peace, sweet Dylan!

Mrs Sweden