Friday, December 7, 2012
Ayla Reynolds: Why No Arrests?
Police plan to give a non-update recap next week, marking the one year anniversary of when Ayla Reynolds, toddler from Maine, was reported missing. What more can they say to us? They have already said she is dead, the three adults in the house are lying, as there was no kidnapping. What else is there to say to the public who have watched a year go by without an arrest?
Did they see what happened in Detroit last week, where prosecutors boldly went forward against a father who had reported his child missing, in a murder case? No body was found, yet they followed the courageous path and got a guilty verdict against him, even while he continued to feign that his child was alive "out there" somewhere.
Ayla's blood was found in the basement of her grandmother, Phoebe DiPietro's home, where her father, Justin DiPietro, his girlfriend, Courtney Roberts, and Ayla's paternal aunt, Elisha DiPietro, were home.
All three have stonewalled police yet prosecutors have let an entire year go by without an arrest.
Two of them agreed to take polygraphs only to fail. Yet, no one has been arrested?
How can this be?
How can it be that:
Lies and deception;
Life Insurance policy against Ayla, along with a history of abuse, lead to no arrests?
How is it that Courtney Roberts and Elisha DiPietro are publicly stated to be withholding information about a missing toddler, yet are deemed fit to keep custody of their own children?
How can this be?
Justin DiPietro publicly issued a challenge to Nancy Grace, but when answered, hid in the bathroom, refusing to answer the door when Nancy Grace producers came knocking.
How can the uneducated guy who "smoked" a polygraph out duel police in an interview?
Justin DiPietro outsmarted police? Really?
The circumstantial evidence, alone, is enough to bring a conviction. If the issue is debating which one of the three to charge, simply charge all three and present a well-detailed case.
One or two of them will cut a deal.
Have officials literally emboldened The Waterville Three, with inactivity? Is there a team of private defense attorneys, unknown to us, ready to do battle?
Has Casey Anthony's shadow reached Maine?
The police have still not released the 911 call, one year after it was made.
Now they plan a news conference for December 14th, at 2PM EST, yet, with nothing to tell the public that would give the nation hope that justice for Ayla is coming?
Ayla's short life was marked by neglect, physical, and emotional abuse, with the escalation of violence culminating in her death for profit, as her single, unemployed father took out a policy against her life.
While most parents seek to provide for their children, DiPietro, father of two children, took out a policy on only one child, seeking to profit from her death.
6 weeks later, he reported her "missing"; was "emotionally incapable" of calling out to her 'kidnappers', but kept right on making those insurance payments so he could eventually cash in when she was either found dead, or declared to be so.
Let's hope that by the time her policy is due, he'll be wearing an orange jumpsuit, and in no condition to cash any insurance checks.