For Immediate Release
It has been 25 months now and there have been no charges filed in the disappearance and death of 20 month old Ayla Reynolds despite the overwhelming blood evidence found in the father’s home. Law enforcement officials of the MSP department have determined that no kidnapping has taken place, Ayla did not walk out of the house on her own, that there was foul play involved and that the three adults in the house that night are not being truthful. The silence of both Law Enforcement and those that were in the house when she disappeared is deafening.
In response there will be a Press for Prosecution Protest on Saturday, January 25th, 2014 at the Waterville, Police Department in Waterville, Maine. Protesters will meet at and the protest will begin at . Singer/Songwriter/Producer Pallaso will be in attendance and will be performing his tribute song to Ayla Reynolds “It’s Cold.” Songwriter Al Pouliot will also be performing his tribute to Ayla called “Ayla’s Song.”
There will also be an online event on January 28th, 2014. Participants will call in/e-mail/message via social media those in charge of the investigation in this case. We will be sending a specific message that we want action taken on the overwhelming evidence that points to the involvement of the three adults in the house the night of Ayla’s disappearance.
People in the Waterville community and other cities across the state of Maine and country will be coming together to send a clear message to those in charge with bringing justice to this case. We demand that you charge/arrest/prosecute Justin DiPietro, Elisha DiPietro, Courtney Roberts and anyone else that may be involved in her disappearance and cover up of her death. We also implore anyone that may have been involved or know what happened to Ayla to come forward before it is too late. The time for Truth and Justice for Ayla is NOW!
Please join us in seeking Justice for Ayla Reynolds.