The plight of "Baby Ayla" is highlighted on Monday, May 23rd, 2016.
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Crime Watch Daily is tentatively scheduled to air its episode on Ayla Reynolds this CW channel, but it will also be available on their website: http://crimewatchdaily.com/ (23rd) at 3 (Eastern Time). They locally broadcast on the
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Also, A vigil for Ayla Reynolds is currently being organized by H.A.A.D. Enough:
The tentative date is ( ) and is to be held on Violette Avenue in Waterville. Intense media participation is expected. Please come out and show your support for Ayla for an hour or two.
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In 2011, Ayla Reynolds, while with her biological father, Justin DiPietro, was reported "missing."
DiPietro claimed that someone broke into his house and kidnapped Ayla, though no evidence of break in, nor trace DNA was found. He was given a polygraph and when asked about the results, he said, "I smoked it" which not only showed no concern for his daughter, but linguistically hinted at drug use.
When he was goaded into speaking he said, "Contrary to rumors floating around out there, I have been cooperating with the Waterville Police." The phrase, "floating around out there" strongly suggested the need to search water for Ayla's remains.
Early on, he had referenced his 'missing' daughter in the past tense, giving indication that he knew she was dead. Press reports told us that Ayla's blood, in significant measure, was found in his basement.
Later, his mother, Phoebe DiPietro, gave us a lesson in body language analysis and insight into her own means of deception. She withheld from the interviewer that she was not at her home the night of the "kidnapping", so when she was asked questions about a party that night or any noise, she answered, "no", while closing her eyes, and looking downward. This video is still available on the blog.
She also used distancing language to the child and case itself, using the 2nd person pronoun where something this terribly intrusive holds linguistic expectation of first person:
"When you're waiting for the sheriff to call... when someone has your granddaughter and someone is casing your house..." as if the kidnapping of a toddler is something universally experienced.
Statement Analysis of the public statements of Justin DiPietro have indicated guilty knowledge in the death of Ayla.
Justin DiPietro was said to be a bully growing up, and his mother exampled this very thing on camera when she attempted to bully Ayla's mother, Trista Reynolds.
Justin DiPietro, the chronically unemployed father, while unemployed, took out a life insurance policy, not for his child, but against her, betting that she would not survive. Although he fathered another child with another woman, he did not bet against that child's life.
It is interesting to note that he was in the home that night, with his girlfriend, Courtney Roberts, and his sister, Elisha, both of whom have refused to cooperate, of whom police said were withholding information. In spite of this jeopardy this revealed, both women retained, at that time, custody of their own children.
Elisha DiPietro was asked about her polygraph result and would only say that "it was fine", but refused to answer if she passed or failed it.
Justin DiPietro showed insight into behavioral analysis, first reporting his daughter "kidnapped" but then refusing to address the kidnappers to facilitate her return. He sent out a message that he was "emotionally incapable" of speaking for her.
When he did speak, noticeably absent was any concern of what Ayla might have been experiencing in the hands of 'kidnappers.'
The family of whom supported him and sold him the life insurance policy, asked a local journalist to "dig up dirt on Peter Hyatt" in an attempt to discredit the analysis, rather than address the conclusion of the analysis, itself.
It is also interesting to note that on Maine public assistance, the cost of a funeral for Ayla would likely have either been 100% covered by welfare, or he would have paid approximately $300 to bury her. Yet, the media reported that a large cache of drugs was recovered at an apartment in Portland where Ayla had been, belonging to Courtney Roberts' sister.
Ayla's case has gone without adjudication to date, with no charges filed.
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The opinions here, and those expressed on Crime Watch Daily are personal and are based upon the public statements of those involved. All persons are judicially innocent until proven otherwise in a court of law.