Thursday, August 22, 2013
Trista Reynolds To Go Public To Have Justin DiPietro Prosecuted
A single, unemployed father of two took out a life insurance policy against a child he wanted originally aborted. Bitter about child support, the child was found with him to be repeatedly injured including a broken arm.
After taking out the life insurance policy, he telegraphed his plans, via text (not a rocket scientist) saying how concerned he was that someone might kidnap Baby Ayla.
Surprise, surprise, Baby Ayla went missing.
Father, Justin DiPietro, "smoked" the polygraph (flunked it) and his sister and girlfriend both lied for him.
Statement Analysis concluded:
Justin DiPietro deceptive, with knowledge of the baby's death.
This was indicated from the very beginning.
A year later, police finally agreed to tell the press that Ayla was likely dead, as blood was found in the home of Justin DiPietro.
No arrests. It is not unusual to think that prosecutors may fear going up against high paid, private sector attorneys who could take DiPietro's defense for the free publicity. This was the case with Baby Lisa. Police were close to arrests when famed NY attorney Joe Tacopina stepped in, reminding the prosecutors just how difficult he planned on making their jobs.
Baby Lisa's mother, Deborah Bradley, was never brought to justice in spite of the obvious deceptive answers she gave regarding what happened to Lisa that fateful night.
The mother appears to have reached the limit of patience. From Bangor Daily News.com