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    A 25,000 dollar short term life insurance policy by an unemployed father? The police must have so much more circumstantial evidence that they are building up behind the scenes.

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    http://www.statement-analysis.blogsp...death.html?m=1

    The first anniversary of Ayla's disappearance is coming up. Peter Hyatt wrote an emotional piece about Ayla's father purchasing a $25,000 life insurance policy. I thought I would share.

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    http://www.statement-analysis.blogsp...rests.html?m=1

    I couldn't post both links using my phone without doing two. Sorry! This one gives details of the case.

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    Baby Ayla was reported "missing" 6 weeks after her single chronically unemployed father took out a large life insurance policy against her. Her blood was found in his home where Statement Analysis indicated deception on his part. He failed his polygraph.

    His words revealed that Ayla was dead.

    Police officials agreed.

    As basic as these facts appear, her father, Justin DiPietro, remains free.

    Not so for her grandfather.

    Baby Ayla was a battered child, bruises, marks, and eventually, a broken arm in the home of her father and paternal grandmother, Phoebe DiPietro, who was also indicated for deception when she appeared on television claiming to have "heard nothing" that fateful night when Ayla lost her life.

    After both Statement Analysis and body language analysis indicated her for deception, she was forced to apologize for "misleading" the media on the night she heard "nothing":

    She wasn't even in the home.

    Justin DiPietro's sister was also in the home that night and has been indicated for deception, taking a page from her brother's method of lying, refusing to say she passed her polygraph, allowing us to say:

    If she is unable to bring herself to say she passed her polygraph, we are unable to say it for her.

    Prosecutors have heard the evidence against DiPietro but have refused, to date, to bring charges.

    Local media has refused to challenge this decision.

    We recall the quaking Alex Hunter, Boulder DA who deceived the press, via passivity, when the Grand Jury returned indictments against John and Patsy Ramsey, in the death of their daughter, Jonbenet, in 1997, as he feared going up against private sector attorneys.

    Since local media refuses to ask questions of prosecutors, it remains to be seen if the same fear of the private sector is behind the lack of judicial action in a case which has, from the first week, been without mystery, other than what body of water Ayla's body was unceremoniously dumped by her father, even as he addressed the rumors "floating out there" (see initial analysis), while refusing any "negotiations" with the "kidnappers" of Baby Ayla.

    As we have seen from the start: Ayla never had a chance.

    From the Bangor Daily News:




    Cumberland County Jail
    Ronald Reynolds
    PORTLAND, Maine — A Portland man who is the grandfather of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds was recently arrested after threatening family members with a knife, police said.
    Ronald Reynolds, 53, is accused of one count of criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, according to Portland Police Chief Mike Sauschuck.
    Reynolds confronted the family member with a knife during a domestic dispute Friday, May 31, the police chief said.

    When police were called to the scene, Reynolds was not cooperative and had to be subdued with a Taser, Sauschuck said. He was brought to the Cumberland County Jail and later released on bail.
    Reynolds’ granddaughter has been missing since December 2011 and is presumed dead

    http://statement-analysis.blogspot.c...-arrested.html

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    Ayla Reynolds Missing Update: Trista Reynolds, Mom Of Maine Toddler, Wants Dad Justin DiPietro Arrested And Shares New Case Info

    http://www.ibtimes.com/ayla-reynolds...ietro-arrested

    Trista Reynolds, Supporters Yell At Justin DiPietro, Father Of Ayla Reynolds
    APSep 25, 2013

    http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/3990882?utm_hp_ref=crime


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    Circumstantial evidence substantiated by physical evidence. Why can't they, or why won't they, indict the father? Send it to a grand jury - see what they say.

    This angel baby deserves to be found for a proper burial and deserves justice. Way too many babies being murdered, being reported "missing" or not being reported at all, and no one gets the blame. Thanks Casey. Such a role model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy Lady View Post
    http://www.statement-analysis.blogsp...death.html?m=1

    The first anniversary of Ayla's disappearance is coming up. Peter Hyatt wrote an emotional piece about Ayla's father purchasing a $25,000 life insurance policy. I thought I would share.
    It's pretty strange that he only bought one policy...when he had two kids.

    Sorry, I haven't been following this case, but has the police confirmed that there was blood in his house? From a few article I read this morning..the ones I seen said the police had not confirmed the blood being Ayla's.

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    I haven't read anything except the thread but the article Beli posted said this >>

    [QUOTE]Department of Public Safety spokesman Steve McCausland said Sunday night said that testing has revealed that at least some of the blood samples that were found in the home during a December search belong to Ayla."The testing has not been completed and more work remains, but we have found samples of Ayla's blood," he said.The site also says that police told the family the amount of blood is “more than a small cut would produce.”McCausland wouldn't say how much blood had been discovered at the home.[QUOTE]


    So maybe yes? There seems to be conflicting detail though?

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    http://www.centralmaine.com/2016/05/...ng-civil-suit/

    Ayla Reynolds? family plans to bring civil suit

    The family of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds plans to bring a civil lawsuit against the adults who were with her on the night she disappeared in December 2011, but one of those adults said in a TV interview Monday they believe the child is still alive ?out there somewhere.?

    Jeff Hanson, Reynolds? step-grandfather, said Monday the family wants to pursue civil charges that would possibly include child endangerment and wrongful death against Reynold?s father, Justin DiPietro; his girlfriend, Courtney Roberts; and his sister, Elisha DiPietro, whose care Ayla was in the night before she was reported missing, as well as Justin?s mother, Phoebe DiPietro, in whose house they all lived.

    Ayla was 20 months old when she disappeared from the DiPietro home at 29 Violette Ave., and there have never been any charges in the case.

    Justin DiPietro told police he believes Ayla was abducted. Police have said they believe foul play was involved in her disappearance and that they no longer believe she is alive. Police declared it a criminal case weeks after she was reported missing.

    Elisha DiPietro, who has made few statements to the media since the disappearance of her niece, said in an interview with the television show ?Crime Watch Daily,? which aired Monday, that the family ?believes she is out there somewhere.?

    Reynolds? blood has been found at the Violette Avenue home, according to police, a fact that her maternal family has often pointed to as a reason why charges should be brought.

    ?We have seen pictures of what (police) found,? DiPietro told an interviewer on the television show when asked to explain the blood in the house. ?She had been vomiting quite a lot. She had lactose issues, so she had been sick.

    ?Nothing happened. There was no foul play in the house that night,? DiPietro said. ?My brother is a good father and he loved his daughter. He still loves her.?

    When approached in the driveway of the Violette Avenue home Monday, Elisha DiPietro said she wasn?t aware her comments were going to be broadcast and declined to comment further.

    HELPING THE INVESTIGATION

    Hanson said the family wants to bring civil charges ?because we?ve been waiting for the attorney general to prosecute this case.?

    ?We?re hoping that maybe by filing a suit now it will open up a line of questioning that the attorney general?s office can use to further their case,? Hanson said.

    Tim Feeley, a spokesman for the attorney general?s office, said Monday that state police continue to investigate Reynolds? disappearance, and that if a civil suit is filed, any information generated could be used in furthering the criminal investigation.

    Hanson also said he hopes that the attention of the national television show, ?Crime Watch Daily,? would bring renewed interest in the case in Maine. A vigil for Ayla is tentatively being planned for June.

    ?Many have offered support to hire a lawyer to file our own civil suit, and in the past we were reluctant to seek public donations,? Hanson wrote in a weekend post on the website aylareynolds.com, a site dedicated to raising awareness about Reynolds? case. ?But after five years we think using the judicial system to file suit may be our only hope to bring justice to Ayla.?

    The site also links to a GoFundMe account set up to raise the money for the civil suit and a petition asking Attorney General Janet Mills to prosecute Justin DiPietro, Courtney Roberts and Elisha DiPietro.

    ?PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY?

    In March 2014 Ayla?s mother, Trista Reynolds, wrote to Kennebec County District Attorney Maeghan Maloney asking her to bring a criminal charge of child endangerment against Justin DiPietro. Reynolds did not return a call seeking comment Monday.

    William Stokes, a deputy attorney general at the time who is now a state Superior Court judge, declined to comment in 2014 on why his office had not charged anyone in connection with Reynolds? disappearance, but did say the fact that her body had not been found had a lot to do with it.

    Speaking generally about why prosecutors might not charge someone with a lesser crime in certain circumstances, Stokes also cited Maine?s criminal code, which says that a defendant can?t be subject to separate trials for multiple offenses based on the same conduct or arising from the same crime except in certain instances.

    He said there is always a risk of violating the statute when bringing lesser charges against someone and afterward lodging other charges based on the same incident.

    ?Our hearts go out to Trista and her family,? Stokes said in 2014. ?But as I?ve emphasized before, we have a professional responsibility to do this investigation in a correct way, and we really can?t base our decision on petition drives or letters to the editor, as well-meaning as they may be.?

    Hanson said Monday that the family understands the explanation offered by the attorney general?s office, but he has kept the petition going because he has received so many emails from people asking him to keep it open. It currently has more than 7,000 signatures.

    ?I?ve been getting a lot of emails from people asking how they can help,? Hanson said. ?(The public) is getting tired of waiting too.?
    https://www.gofundme.com/aylareynolds

    https://www.change.org/p/attorney-ge...-ayla-reynolds

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    They haven't raised very much yet on the GoFundMe.

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    I'm reading this for the first time and I really don't think she's alive. I wish someone would speak up so the people who care about her could have some closure. Not knowing would be the worst.
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    She transitioned from a stupid asshole to a dumb bitch.

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    http://mainepublic.org/post/family-s...issing-toddler

    Family to Seek Legal Death Declaration for Missing Toddler

    The mother of a toddler who disappeared five years ago plans to take steps to obtain a legal declaration that the youngster died.

    The mother's family said in a statement ahead of the fifth anniversary of Ayla Reynolds' disappearance that the declaration is necessary to preserve the rights of Ayla's estate to "assert future civil claims'' to hold those responsible for her death accountable.

    Ayla was staying with her father, Justin DiPietro, in Waterville when she was reported missing on the morning of Dec. 17, 2011. DiPietro said the 20-month-old girl was missing from her bed.

    Police found blood in the father's basement bedroom and they believe Ayla was killed. There have been no charges in the case.
    http://www.necn.com/news/new-england...406525945.html

    Lawyer of Missing Toddler's Mother Dropping Case Against Father

    Maine toddler Ayla Reynolds has been missing for five years, and her mother says she may have to wait even longer for answers in her daughter’s death.

    Trista Reynolds tells necn that her family’s lawyer is no longer pursuing a civil case against Ayla’s father, Justin DiPietro, due to a lack of credible witnesses.

    "I need someone to be honest so I can get the justice I’ve been fighting so hard for, for five years," said Trista.

    Ayla was first reported missing by her father on Dec. 17, 2011. DiPietro told police that she had been abducted, but investigators say they have ruled out that possibility. They say foul play was involved, that Ayla is no longer alive, and that the people inside DiPietro’s Waterville home know more than they are telling investigators.

    No one has been charged with the 20-month-old’s disappearance and death.

    "The work on this case has never stopped," said Maine State Police Lt. Jeff Love, who has been working the case for five years. "We are hopeful that the adult individuals inside of that house will be forthcoming."

    The Reynold’s family retained a lawyer to pursue a civil case against the DiPietro’s, in the hopes that someone would say something the further the investigation.

    "This was just to get the DiPietro’s and everyone involved in the court, and break their silence," said Jeff Hanson, Trista’s stepfather.

    But according to the family, their lawyer, Michael Bigos, "came to believe that they could not successfully prosecute a wrongful death claim or access insurance coverage."

    It is the largest criminal investigation in Maine state history, and the third largest in the country.

    Trista, her father Ronald Reynolds, and her step-father Jeff Hanson, told necn that they need witnesses to come forward who may have observed Ayla in her father’s care in the weeks leading up to her disappearance.

    Justin DiPietro has maintained his innocence, and could not be reached for comment for this story.

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    http://www.wmur.com/article/ayla-rey...arance/9949097

    Ayla Reynolds declared dead by court 5 years after her disappearance

    PORTLAND, Maine —
    Ayla Reynolds, the 20-month-old who has been missing for more than five years, has been declared dead by a judge.

    A Cumberland County probate judge declared Ayla dead on May 17 and appointed her mother, Trista Reynolds, of Portland, as the personal representative of her estate.

    Ayla was reported missing from a home in Waterville by her father, Justin DiPietro, in December 2011.

    State police launched a massive search for Ayla and later said they believed she was dead.

    According to documents on file on the Cumberland County Probate Court website, DiPietro now lives in California.

    No charges have ever been filed in Ayla's disappearance.
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    https://www.bostonherald.com/2018/12...-missing-girl/

    The mother of a toddler whose disappearance prompted the biggest criminal investigation in Maine history is suing in hopes of unearthing more details.

    The announcement Monday came on the seventh anniversary of the date 20-month-old Ayla Reynolds was reported missing by her father in Waterville.

    Ayla’s mother, Trista Reynolds, has blamed the father, Justin DiPietro, for the toddler’s death. But the body has never been found, and no charges have been filed.

    Reynolds and her attorney announced details of a lawsuit alleging that DiPietro caused Ayla’s death. They hope depositions will help solve the case.

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    Shake the shit out of that motherfucker and hang his ass upside down over a vat of cobras. Bet his stupid ass will talk then.

    Fucker.

    20 months old and mom hasn't seen the baby in what, 7 years?

    If that were me, I'd be dead, because my own family would have killed me had I had anything to do with my own child's disappearance.

    This motherfucker better count his goddamn lucky stars that no one has come for his bitch ass yet.
    Don't like what I have to say? I respect that. Now go fuck yourself.

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