Baby Ayla suffered from "battered child syndrome" in her short life. It came to an end on Violet Avenue, in Waterville, on a night where what the three adults did, Elisa DiPietro, was not "wrong."
"We did nothing wrong that night."
This tells us that they did something, but they do not consider it "wrong", though we know that Ayla's blood was found in significant measure, all around the house, enough to cause medical experts to advise police the same thing that Statement Analysis showed: Ayla's dead.
When Crime Watch Daily went to the Waterville home, Elisha DiPietro, who holds herself as a "model" could not resist the lure of the camera, but in doing so, she gave us even more detail. By having the attractive Michelle Sigona go to the door, CWD gave itself a significant advantage towards getting information from Elisha.
They were successful.
She wanted the public to know that she, her brother Justin, and her mother, Phoebe, of whom Justin learned his bullying lessons from (evidenced in her own behavior towards Trista Reynolds) all believed that Ayla was alive because...she was "kidnapped" while 3 adults and 2 other children were home in the tiny house in Waterville, Maine. Police dismissed this as folly, rightfully so, with no DNA trace evidence to suggest otherwise. They have been stone walled by three liars; two of whom were permitted to retain custody of their own children in spite of the obvious jeopardy posed by someone who was either cruelly silent, or at worst, participated in the murder of Ayla Reynolds. Children have been removed from custody for far less reasons than this.
After asserting that "we still believe she is out there" alive, the co-conspiritor referenced Ayla in the past tense, only to correct herself.
Which indicates knowledge of analysis and understand the meaning of past tense reference, yet still, in the free editing process, cannot lie outright.
It should be noted that she introduced "vomiting" into the murder of Ayla Reynolds. This may be due to the shaking of Ayla, just as the injuries to the legs suggest strong grabbing, as in diaper changing, and wrenching of the legs.
This furthers the theory that on this particular night, tempers were lost and rage was poured upon Ayla, with the possible 'second level motive' being the life insurance policy taken out against the healthy child's life, by her unemployed father who had a second child of whom he did not care to bet against with a life insurance policy.
The broken arm of a toddler would require far more force than Justin DiPietro's explanation (which has a lengthy introduction) of falling upon Ayla in the rain.
The delay in justice is significant and a civil suit may be yet another response.
As prosecutors (often reported as "police") did not bring Justin DiPietro before a grand jury, and gave the "wait until we find the body" stance, Ayla's case remains, officially, "unsolved."