Monday, May 23, 2016

Elisha DiPietro On Ayla Reynolds

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."


50 comments:

Nic said...

I have tried to go looking an interview Phoebe did wherein she referenced her son not being a "monster". I wish I had bookmarked it back then. I note that much has been "swept" away.

tania cadogan said...

Off topic

Drew Peterson, the Illinois ex-cop convicted of murdering his third wife after his fourth wife went missing, plotted to kill a prosecutor because Peterson was motivated by "anger, hatred, revenge," the prosecution claimed as his murder-for-hire trial launched Monday.

Peterson, 62, offered a fellow inmate $10,000 to kill Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow, the prosecution said. Glasgow testified Monday, recounting veiled threats Peterson made several years ago in court.

Defense attorney Lucas Liefer warned that prosecutors would
"sensationalize the heck out of this thing."

Peterson was convicted in 2012 of first-degree murder in the 2004 death of his ex-wife, Kathleen Savio. His fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, disappeared in 2007, prompting officials to reopen their investigation into Savio's death.

Savio's body turned up in a dry bathtub in her home outside Chicago, but investigators determined she'd drowned. At first, they said her death was an accident.

Defense attorneys claimed police altered evidence in the murder case. They pushed for a re-trial, which the judge denied.

Prosecutors said after Peterson was locked up, he recruited a prison informant known as "Beast," with whom he'd bonded over basketball and prison recipes, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.

Peterson faces a sentence of up to 60 years if convicted of both solicitation of murder for hire along with solicitation of murder. He is serving 38 years for Savio's death.

During his sentencing in 2013, Peterson shouted, "I did not kill Kathleen!" Savio's sister Susan Doman responded, "Yes, you did. You liar!"

Prosecutors had no physical evidence tying Peterson to Savio's death and no witnesses placing him at the scene. They were forced to rely on typically barred hearsay -- statements Savio made to others before she died and that Stacy Peterson made before she vanished. Illinois passed a hearsay law in 2008 tailored to Drew Peterson's case, dubbed "Drew's Law," which assisted in making some of the evidence admissible at Peterson's trial.

The hearsay -- any information reported by a witness not based on the witness' direct knowledge -- included a friend testifying that Savio told her Peterson once put a knife to her throat and warned her, "I could kill you and make it look like an accident."

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/05/23/opening-statements-to-begin-in-drew-peterson-murder-for-hire-trial.html?intcmp=hpbt4

BOSTON LADY said...

Unfortunately, even if the police were to find Alya's little body, I'm not sure they would make an arrest. Just like Hailey Dunn, no arrest was made after her body (or what was left of it) was found. S.A. still walks free.

With the culture being CSI, I wonder if any prosecutor will take a chance and go to trial on either of these cases. Prayers for little Ayla and beautiful Hailey.

Anonymous said...

What about the most glaring, obvious lie of all, that the blood is related to Ayla having lactose deficiency? Kids with lactose deficiency don't spit up blood nor do they bleed externally from the lactose deficiency. Ayla lived 18 mos with her mom without bleeding but in less than 2 months with Justin Elisha DiPietro wants us to believe this lactose issue was causing extensive blood loss!

On the record, I will say, that we believe that she is out there somewhere.

We have seen pictures of what they found, yes.

What would explain the blood?

She'd been vomiting quite a lot. She had lactose issues. So, she had been sick.

Nothing happened in the house that night?

Nothing.

No foul play?

No foul play in the house that night. That's my brother, he's a good father, loved his daughter, still loves her.

PETER!!!! Analyze.

I am especially interested in Elisha adding "in the house that night" to the foul play question. Is this free editing? She was asked about in the house that night in the original question. Then the follow up doesn't contain those words but Elisha, after pausing, adds them back in. Is she admitting foul play occurred, it occurred in the house, it didn't occur that night?

Lis said...

Why did they take the poor child from her mother only to murder her? Was that their plan all along? They obviously did not want her!

I have to question why the prosecutor is afraid to charge them. It seems like a slam dunk. Charge them together since they want to hang together.

Lis said...

OT Tania, what do you make of Peterson's reliable denial "I did not kill Kathleen!"
I'm questioning whether he did something to cause her death indirectly so that in his mind he can *technically* tell himself he did not kill her?

Anonymous said...

"On the record, I will say, that we believe that she is out there somewhere."

I am also interested in this.

On the record, she will say- implies off the record she would say something else?

She doesn't say what she believes but what "we" believe.

The belief is that she is out there somewhere. A meaningless statement. Whether she's alive or dead, in a kidnapper's hand or 6 feet under, she's "out there somewhere."

John mcgowan said...

Hi Peter

Crime Watch Daily have released a clip from the programme you are on. It's the second clip down.

https://www.facebook.com/crimewatchdaily/?fref=nf

John mcgowan said...

Ayla Reynolds’ family plans to bring civil suit
The missing Waterville toddler's aunt told a television show in a rare interview that Ayla's blood was found in the family's house because she had 'lactose issues' that caused her to vomit.


http://www.centralmaine.com/2016/05/23/ayla-reynolds-family-plans-to-bring-civil-suit/

Laurie Bingham said...

Thank you. Shared on Ayla's Angel page and group. Truth and justice for Ayla!!

Anonymous said...

I think he dumped her broken body somewhere in the median strip on 295 between Waterville and Bangor. No one would look there. There are many places this sweet baby's body could be there.

lynda said...

This is disgusting. Why do we have so many cowardly prosecutors in this country? Especially when it comes to "kidnapped" or "they just disappeared" children?? You get these 3 up on the stand and they will not escape. All prosecutors have to do is put it before the grand jury. If the jury refuses to indict, at least they tried but they don't even do that and trash like this gets to remain free and Still have custody of other victims!

lynda said...

Re: Drew Petersen

I don't put any stock in his now, reliable denial. Drew is very cunning. He knows what to say and how to say it after years of being LE. At least THOSE prosecutors had some balls.

rjb said...

Regarding the lactose intolerance issue:

My second daughter was a very cranky, colicky baby. We took her to the ER one day when her diaper was full of bloody stools, and that is when she was diagnosed with an inability to digest cow's milk. The ER doc said that blood in the diaper or bloody vomit was a common first significant sign of this problem, as most babies who cannot digest lactose molecules simply present as cranky and colicky. Many children outgrow this, as mine did, but the trauma on their little digestive systems trying to cope with those irritating lactose molecules can and does produce bleeding.

18 months is quite old for something like this to show up, and I am in no way defending Justin DiPietro. But the science behind bleeding and lactose issues in young children is valid, however questionable it is as an excuse in this particular case.

GeekRad said...

I agree Boston Lady. There will never be an arrest in this case or the Hailey Dunn case. Prosecutors with no intestinal fortitude. I think the Casey Anthony have made them reluctant to take a chance.

Stevie Gagne said...

I got told something sickening the other day. My friend was telling me one of his friends is close friends with the deipetro family .. I dont know to spell that shit name but anyway they told my friend that justin and whoever took alya's body and had a bonfire in a field. I hate even saying something like this but its been a lump in my throat. Something about justin getting mad and thumping her and she fell down the cellar stairs. I mean omf. This could be rumors or screwd gossip. But i had to let it out.

Stevie Gagne said...

I got told something sickening the other day. My friend was telling me one of his friends is close friends with the deipetro family .. I dont know to spell that shit name but anyway they told my friend that justin and whoever took alya's body and had a bonfire in a field. I hate even saying something like this but its been a lump in my throat. Something about justin getting mad and thumping her and she fell down the cellar stairs. I mean omf. This could be rumors or screwd gossip. But i had to let it out.

Peter Hyatt said...

rjb said...
Regarding the lactose intolerance issue:

My second daughter was a very cranky, colicky baby. We took her to the ER one day when her diaper was full of bloody stools, and that is when she was diagnosed with an inability to digest cow's milk. The ER doc said that blood in the diaper or bloody vomit was a common first significant sign of this problem, as most babies who cannot digest lactose molecules simply present as cranky and colicky. Many children outgrow this, as mine did, but the trauma on their little digestive systems trying to cope with those irritating lactose molecules can and does produce bleeding.

18 months is quite old for something like this to show up, and I am in no way defending Justin DiPietro. But the science behind bleeding and lactose issues in young children is valid, however questionable it is as an excuse in this particular case.
May 24, 2016 at 10:17 AM


There is a few things wrong with this as a defense, which you point out.

1. The age
2. the volume of blood
3. the location of blood
4. the history of injury

I saved the best for last:

5....

wouldn't this be something both households experienced?

She had not been in the DiPietro house very long.

Elisha did, however, give me further information which leads me to consider the violent shaking of the child.

Peter Hyatt said...

Steve,

I believe they disposed of her in water; not in a bonfire.

"Contrary to rumors floating around out there, I have been cooperating with the Waterville police..." Justin DiPietro

tania cadogan said...

Lis said...

OT Tania, what do you make of Peterson's reliable denial "I did not kill Kathleen!"
I'm questioning whether he did something to cause her death indirectly so that in his mind he can *technically* tell himself he did not kill her?

May 23, 2016 at 11:35 PM


Hi Lis, it is possible that he did not think of it as killing her, she may have died as an result of something else done to her.
If she drowned, then he did not kill her, the water did,
that he put her in a position that she drowned is to him, irrelevant.

Also i don't know if that was his full and exact quote or if he said something prior to and subsequent to his denial, which would weaken his denial.

For him kill means to do something directly such as shoot, stab etc.
If he didn't shoot, stab her etc then he did not kill her.

Stevie Gagne said...

Stevie not steve ty.

Anonymous said...

RJB and Peter,

Ayla did have lactose issues when with Trista and no bleeding. So suddenly with Justin, we're to believe massive bleeds start and he doesn't bother to consult a doctor? He just lets her bleed and projectile vomit throughout the house day after day and they barely clean it and do nothing to help her resolve it? And hey that was fine with Phoebe and Elisha, they just let Elisha's daughter and Ayla play in the bloody mess? Elisha DiPietro not only has an integrity problem in making up this story, she has a yawning intelligence gap.

KayLynn Lear said...

If I remember correct, in the very beginning when she went missing someone had said Justin family was good friends with a few lawyers and others who were high up. This leads me to believe that his family conned them into leaving him alone on 'lack of evidence'. Law enforcement had said that the amount of blood loss, only based on what was found in the house as well as Justin truck, that poor Ayla was dead. Given only that info, should that b enough to charge them? If not with murder than at least accessory to murder. I find it extremely hard to believe that no one knows or saw anything that night. There was blood everywhere from the basement to his truck. Finding blood splatter around where she was supposed to b sleeping should b another give away. As for the lactose issue, if Trista had a handle on it and Ayla was doing just fine, how did she suddenly puke up so much blood. If there was enough for law enforcement to conclude she was dead then we all kno that it couldn't have all fit in her stomach. Also, if that were true why wasn't she rushed to the er? The dipetro family is guilt of murder as well as accessory. Not to mention the insurance Justin took.

John mcgowan said...

LE dropped the ball big time, back then. I hope it doesn't happen again!

KayLynn Lear said...

This case in its own is terrible. Someone that could hurt their own child and b completely ok with it is sick. After reading what u heard I hope it's not true. I have 3 kids. One about Aylas age. I couldn't imagine. It's bad enough that he or someone in that house killed her but to think he could burn her after. Truly sick!!

Anonymous said...

And don't forget LE told Trista Ayla's injuries were internal and external. Lactose deficiency doesn't cause external injury.

Peter Hyatt said...

It's common to say police failed in this case, but this is not always the case.

Police are at the mercy of state attorneys.

State attorneys are often pulled away from state service by the private sector. As soon as they spot talent, they offer a much higher salary than what the state can pay.

Those left behind than have to consider going up against their counter parts in the private sector who showed the most talent.

Next, they must consider how the publicity has attracted even more talent. In this case, when Nancy Grace got on board, lawyers from New York and Boston must now be considered as they will step up and defend Justin DiPietro pro bono, in exchange for the publicity.

State attorneys know this, too.

Then, state attorneys must consider double jeopardy.

Police often find themselves begging state attorneys to prosecute.

It is a rough circle.

As to double jeopardy, state attorneys who are unwilling to take a chance will choose to let a case go cold instead of risking a "L" in the win loss column.

At first, the family was told that they needed to be patient and that they would prosecute once the body is found and yields evidence.

Then, time passed so much so that the remains would not yield anything.

My point to the program was not used but it was this:

Better to put your head on the pillow at night, having failed to obtain a conviction, than to have never tried.

Peter

Ney said...

When I think about this case, I remember watching the news, seeing the divers in ice cold water looking for Ayla, and on the other side, the 3 adults who were handled so patiently by LE.

Does anyone know why didn't they release the blood information right away? That was such a strong and vital information. I cannot think of a reason. That would have put much more pressure on them to speak. LE should have separated them. 2 of 3 not telling the truth would have been a better tactic.

LE needs to learn new tricks to get at least some hints about the hiding locations in cases like these. At least to know to search in water or woods, etc. so they have a little chance...
Elisha introducing "vomiting" in the case sounds like some sort of poisoning could have happened too.

Peter Hyatt said...

Anonymous said...
And don't forget LE told Trista Ayla's injuries were internal and external. Lactose deficiency doesn't cause external injury.


Broken arm.

Wrenched legs

Multiple bruises

Elisha's answer was the same vein as Justin's "fight" at Chuck E Cheese Ball Pit where no such pit exists.

Anonymous said...

The baby did not vomit up THAT much blood. Come on! Any baby who was vomiting so much blood would be a huge cause for concern and they'd have taken her to an emergency room.

CJ said...

Has anyone seen this news item out of Oregon?

http://www.kgw.com/news/sherwood-family-appeals-for-help-for-in-abused-babys-case/211958562

http://www.insideedition.com/headlines/16561-man-who-allegedly-beat-baby-may-get-off-scot-free-because-his-young-victim-cant

This is the Facebook post from the father:

https://www.facebook.com/joshua.marbury.3/posts/1249760118379278

I normally keep my matters with family very private cause i dont need the attention. But this is different. TWO months ago if not longer my 1 year old son was smacked across the right side of his face by our babysitter (keep this person anonymous) to the point where MULTIPLE doctors (who in fact showed us hand prints) and the detective said it could have killed him. After several days if not week of being distracted at my job (only commission sales job and only source of income) we had a confession from the abuser saying they did it. STILL this person was not arrested because they had to build a case and a jury to find him guilty BEFORE they go to jail. Side note if im not mistaken (if i strike a person in the face and the cops were called i would be put in hand cuffs immediately). After TWO months of waiting we only find out that charges are dropped BECAUSE my one year old cannot tell you verbally he was abused and my son did not show he was in pain OR that this person "intentionally" did this. I am SO furious that im not using profanity HOPING something is done and this goes viral. I did my part with GOD and your "advise" to not recourse to my own action with revenge. DO YOUR PART, you have a verbal confession and evidence showing a hand print!!!! A dead body cant tell you who killed them. Yet a baby isnt held to the same standard because he cant talk???? Well neither can a dead body. THATS BLASPHEMY. You waited 2 months if not longer to tell us this???? Something needs to be done. NOBODY can just hit a child and more to just get away with it because the child cant verbally tell you. Your help is appreciated in the portland area if we can share or tag news and or local papers etc.

CJ said...

One more link:
http://komonews.com/news/nation-world/parents-seek-justice-turn-to-social-media-in-child-abuse-case-05-23-2016

Jacob Quinney's parents returned home to find Jacob crying hysterically, yet didn't notice his injuries until the next morning.

A GoFundMe account set up by the child's maternal aunt.
https://www.gofundme.com/hdwf4fjg

CJ said...

OT: Jacob Marbury's mother's statement on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/alicia.quinney/posts/10153627165976305

ATTENTION:
This picture is my baby boy Jacob. He turned 1 yr old in March. The following week his babysitter, hit him, dragged him & smothered him. Little Jacob was in two hospitals and went thru a multitude of tests. By the grace of God little Jacob is alive. His 3 year old sister is in counseling due to witnessing this horrific assault to her baby brother. The babysitter admitted to doing this to baby Jacob to the investigator. I received a call from the deputy district attorney this afternoon with heart breaking news. They can not prosecute the babysitter due to an Oregon Law passed in 2012. They have to be able to prove substanial pain to be able to prosecute even tho the Deputy D.A. says they know the babysitter did it. They can't prove substanial pain because baby Jacob can't speak. Social media can help at times and this is one of them. We need to be Jacobs voice. If you feel in your heart to share please do.

Anonymous said...

What's the gofundme page for, exactly?
Is the money going directly to legal fees? I bet not.

Anonymous said...

Is the baby still suffering? No. Is it right that the sitter wasn't held accountable? NO. But the mom needs to focus on her kids instead of trying to make this go viral because, sure, it'll lead to outrage but nothing else.
It must be maddening, but the DA isn't going to bring charges no matter how viral this story goes for the reasons given.

Anonymous said...

They said rhst when they got home the baby was crying hysterically, but they didn't notice the black eye until the next day? I saw the photo of the baby: how could they not have noticed he'd been attacked until the next day??
Something's not right about this story.

Anonymous said...

Note the order of importance:

"These funds will be used to help the family with household expenses, counseling for Jacobs sister Jaylynn and any future attorney fees. Alicia is a stay at home mom and Josh has a commissioned based job. Any donations are greatly appreciated."

Household expenses - First
Counselling for the sister - Second
Legal Fees (if any)- Third.

Anonymous said...

"Was slapped . . . ." Passive.
"OUR babysitter" After an attack, it's not usual to claim ownership, right?

"Our babysitter" becomes "The abuser" becomes "This person."
Sitters gender not given.

Why take their baby to multiple doctors?

Why were they unable to see a handprint without a doctor pointing it out?

What could have killed him? Was he given a head xray?

Why is his commission-based job relevant in any way?

"DO YOUR PART"
"SOMETHING NEEDS TO BE DONE."

WHAT exactly is our part & WHAT needs to be done that hasn't been done already?

Anonymous said...

In a different FB page the mother says: “This person did MORE then slap him across the face. Our son was beat up, dragged and strangled. THIS INNOCENT LITTLE BABY. We were told charges WOULD be pressed and now they aren’t because our ONE YEAR old can’t use his words and express how much pain he was in. We have gone through and ARE still going through hurt and this poor baby boy has experienced SO MUCH trauma. Now our daughter who his 3 years old is having to go to counseling because of this sick person who BEAT UP OUR SON!!! NO ONE should be able to get away with this. Oregon law pays WAY more attention to animals who are abused then BABIES.”

Anonymous said...

Turns out the sitter is a male family friend who lived with them and frequently babysat their kids.

Anonymous said...

How long did the babysitter live with the family and does he have a criminal history?

Anonymous said...

Do the parents feel guilt for leaving their kids in the care of a man they thought was their friend? Why didn't they mention he was more than a sitter? Is it because they feared they'd be judged? I can't help but wonder if by omitting their actual relationship with "the abuser" they are attempting to distance themselves from him and not face questions from the public about why they left their kids with him. Does the man have a criminal record and if so, were they aware of it?

CJ said...

"my 1 year old son was smacked across the right side of his face by our babysitter"
Why is father minimizing injuries? Did someone else cause the other injuries?

"we had a confession from the abuser saying they did it."
Why does he refer to "the abuser" as a "they?"

"Side note if im not mistaken (if i strike a person in the face and the cops were called i would be put in hand cuffs immediately)."
Who is the side note to? What is he mistaken about? Why does he cast himself in the role of a perpetrator?

"A dead body cant tell you who killed them. Yet a baby isnt held to the same standard because he cant talk???? Well neither can a dead body."
Why is he comparing a baby who can't talk to a victim of murder?
Why does he want the baby held to a standard (rather than LE)?

Given that these parents know the identity of the abuser, why does he end his statement by declaring that "NOBODY can just hit a child and more?"

Anonymous said...

I am especially interested in Elisha adding "in the house that night" to the foul play question. Is this free editing? She was asked about in the house that night in the original question. Then the follow up doesn't contain those words but Elisha, after pausing, adds them back in. Is she admitting foul play occurred, it occurred in the house, it didn't occur that night?

May 23, 2016 at 10:39 PM

Whoever wrote this, I find it amazing at people's intuition about what is normal and what is off when people speak...So here goes:

I've been following this case very closely since it happened, and due to many factors have come to believe whatever happened to Ayla happened during the morning or daytime of that Friday, not in the night. This may very well be why Elisha added it post sentence, and why Phoebe her mom flubbed it as well during a statement she gave while being interviewed. The location, type, patterns, amounts and other factors concerning the blood indicate it took a bit of time to be deposited, and whatever happened in that basement also took time to fix. All that didn't happen in the wee hours, but likely hours earlier during the day, when Phoebe was at work, Elisha and her daughter gone, and poor little Ayla home with Justin, who had a drug, drinking and child abuse problem. He was likely not out shopping as he claimed, so what was he doing? His BFF Derek, he has also laid down some very conflicting and ambiguous claims about seeing her alive that day, which have not only gone un-verified, but have served to highlight several problems in justin's account. To add to this terrible equation, justin had a friend, now deceased from an MVA, who stopped by that day, dduring the very time frame when Justin says he was out shopping with Ayla, and hanging around with her at the house. His friend later told his sister and the police that he had witnessed justin doing drugs and drinking, but never saw or heard Ayla once, and that Justin was acting really weird and tried to keep him away from the basement,and not in a "your gonna wake the baby" kinda way. The math adds up to her injury at least if not removal as well being much earlier in the day, not at night. Ayla was reported missing on Sat morning, so she necessarily must have been removed hours before as we all know by the FBI and other LE evidence she was not abducted and did not leave herself. There is also the issue of her arm sling. Lastly, it is easy for ELisha and the rest of her family to say they believe she is "out there somewhere"...remember they are NOT saying in this statement that she is alive, or who put her out there, and since father likely dumped her in one of the rivers after she died or was fatally wounded in that house, they'd actually KNOW she's out there somewhere, just not where...so this statement I find to both leading and deceptive as it tries to convince once again that Ayla was abducted...The vomit admission is because they are realizing there is no other way to explain how blood, vomit and saliva both vomited and aspirated, as well as regular external blood got all over the house and car...but her story does NOT match up either...cause its BS

Anonymous said...

There is a Vine video of the father smoking hukkah with the friend/sitter.
When you see the video you'll likely wonder what else they regularly smoked together and if the parents left their kids with a known drug user.
The parents have a lot to answer for if this is the case. Hopefully, we will find out the truth. Right now, however, the media and social media is buying a big fat story that feeds their need for sensationalism and outrage.

Anonymous said...

http://crimewatchdaily.com/2016/05/23/missing-what-happened-to-baby-ayla-reynolds/

Videos are embedded of the show at link
aired 4 days ago

cj said...

OT: #JusticeForJacob: Arrest made after photos of bruised baby go viral

http://komonews.com/news/local/arrest-made-after-photos-of-bruised-local-baby-go-viral

SHERWOOD, Ore. -- Two weeks after photos of an Oregon toddler bruised by his babysitter went viral on Facebook, police have made an arrest ... Jacob's babysitter, 27-year-old Markell Deon Hilaire, turned himself in on a secret indictment last Friday, and was charged with assault and criminal mistreatment.

Hilaire's aunt was in court Monday, and said Jacob's parents should be held responsible as well.

"I want it on record that these parents left Markell in charge of their two young children, while he was drunk,"said Deonne Hilaire.

She claims the parents knew Hilaire was drunk, but allowed him to watch him anyway.

Hilaire pleaded not guilty and remains in the Washington County Jail with bond set at $10,000.

Anonymous said...

Please report this info to the Maine State Police right away. It is so important. I will just say I don't think it is just a rumor!

Anonymous said...

Stevie Gagne please report this info!

ConcernedMom said...

Justin's sister recently made another statement about the vomiting. Please analyze.