The mother of Ayla Reynolds shared more sentiments concerning her missing daughter and the girl's father, Justin DiPietro. The case has been active this week for the first time in several days, and Trista Reynolds' latest comments prove to be the most insightful when it comes to taking a look into the psyche of Ayla's father. That's not the only update in the case of the missing Maine tot. In fact, police are refusing to comment on some of the latest comments being made about the case.
First of all, The Morning Sentinel published a piece titled "Police Deny Blog's Claim in Ayla Case," but this headline is not only misleading, it's simply false. The Maine State Police are not denying or confirming claims made by Trista Reynolds and family regarding the disappearance of Ayla Reynolds. When police refuse to deny or confirm a rumor, statement or detail that simply means just what it is: They cannot comment. That doesn't mean they are denying it and simple comprehension can discern this.
The detail the detectives are refusing to confirm or deny is regarding how much blood was found in the DiPietro basement. Trista Reynolds claims that blood belonging to her daughter that was discovered was more than a cup full. That would probably constitute as a fatal amount of blood in a child as small as Ayla.
Was Justin DiPietro a positive father figure in Ayla Reynolds' life?
Trista claims that Justin knew she was pregnant with Ayla from the moment she found out on her own. She said that she struggled with him from the beginning to get him to play an active role in the child's life. This directly contradicts numerous reports claiming that Justin didn't know about his daughter until she was seven months old! She claimed that he fought against seeing her so bad that by the time she convinced him to even see her, she was around 15 months old! It seems like Trista is remembering things a whole lot differently than the DiPietro clan, but who to believe? It probably goes without saying that the DiPietros have been caught in lies since day one of this case ranging from Phoebe lying on national television to the police admitting that they do not buy the so-called "abduction" story given by the father and his kin.
Hopefully the mainstream media picks this case back up with the same interest it did months ago because there is definitely something fishy going on in Maine and it's not by the mother's hands, it seems.
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