Thursday, September 19, 2013
The Upcoming Ayla Reynolds Announcement
In reviewing the evidence revealed, as well as Statement Analysis. you will also question the prosecution team's refusal to either bring this to a Grand Jury, or simply have arrest warrants sworn out.
This is not a complicated case.
Prosecutors attempted to dissuade the family claiming that it will embarrass the Maine State Police.
Imagine saying this to a family while a baby is dead and the killer (s) are holding society in contempt.
I had cautioned the family about hearing about prosecutorial experience. If someone says that they have 25 years experience in prosecution, it may be that they've been overlooked by the private sector for the past 20 years.
In this case, the family was told that the prosecutor had 35 years experience.
The family is beyond frustrated. They are unable to understand, given the abundance of evidence, how there could be no arrests.
I am unable to understand, as well.
A child goes missing and the parent tells a whopper of a lie about what happened is not new...
Baby Lisa comes to mind.
But this case is different.
The amount of evidence demands action.
Now, the family is going to take its case to the public, anticipating outrage on behalf of those who hear the news, and will seek to get the prosecutor's office to take action. They will even ask the governor of Maine to get involved.