Somewhere over the rainbow...

Ayla Bell Reynolds: Last Seen December 2011 in Waterville, Maine

Welcome to Justice For Ayla, a blog dedicated to raising awareness about the unsolved disappearance of Ayla Bell Reynolds.

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Since late January of 2012, when the blood evidence in the disappearance of Ayla Bell Reynolds was released to the public, investigators have consistently stated the following:

  1. They believe Ayla Reynolds was the victim of foul play, and
  2. The three adults present in the DiPietro house the night of Dec 16th/morning of the 17th aren’t telling all they know.

But what do the police really think? What evidence do they have to point them in this direction? And why isn’t it enough to make an arrest? [click to continue…]

DiPietro 911 Call Transcripts Released

February 7, 2014

Transcripts of the 911 calls Justin DiPietro made to report that his twenty month old daughter, Ayla Reynolds, was missing from his mother’s home were released on February 3, 2014.

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Why do they care?

October 27, 2013

I began blogging about Ayla Bell Reynolds a few months after she disappeared. Since then, I’ve had a very strange and disturbing part to play in both the blogging world and behind the scenes. I’ve had some bizarre experiences, that at the time seemed too “crazy” to share publicly. Reflecting upon these experiences now, I […]

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The Lying Game

October 25, 2013

Trista Reynolds has repeatedly changed her stories about many of the situations surrounding the disappearance of her daughter, Ayla Bell Reynolds. One such story concerns the details of how Justin DiPietro ended up with custody of Ayla, and alleges DHHS misconduct. It is my theory and fervent belief that Trista Reynolds willingly allowed Justin DiPietro […]

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Justin’s Predicament

October 11, 2013

Trying to make sense of the new information being leaked by Jeff Hanson and Trista Reynolds in the disappearance of Ayla Reynolds has me thinking a lot about Justin DiPietro. The recent dropping of charges in his assault case has me baffled, for instance. Did Portland district attorneys really feel they didn’t have enough evidence […]

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