About Justice For Ayla

We have created Justice For Ayla to raise awareness about the disappearance of Ayla Bell Reynolds. On December 17th, 2011, at 8:51 am, Ayla Bell Reynolds was reported missing from the Waterville, Maine residence of Justin DiPietro. Adults also present in the home at the time of her disappearance include: Courtney Roberts and Elisha DiPietro. Ayla was 20 months old in December of 2011 and was last seen wearing green one-piece pajamas and a soft splint/sling on her left arm.

Ayla Bell Reynolds Missing Poster - Last Seen 12/16/2011

What Really Happened to Ayla Bell Reynolds?

Today, Ayla Reynolds has been missing for over five years. Law enforcement officials have stated publicly that Ayla was not abducted and that there is no evidence to suggest that she is still alive and that foul play is suspected. The police have also stated that Justin DiPietro and those in the house that night are not cooperating with the investigation and may be withholding information.

We here at Justice For Ayla appreciate the hard work of the dedicated police officers and government agents who are investigating this case. We are confident that someday there will be true justice for Ayla Reynolds.

Until that day however, we feel it is important to continue raising awareness for Ayla, to continue asking the hard questions, and, most importantly, to continue pointing out the glaring lies and discrepancies that both sides of Ayla’s family are releasing to the media.

This is not a public discussion blog. This is an online collaborative journal whose sole mission is to examine the facts and fallacies of what really happened to Ayla Bell Reynolds.


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