Ayla Reynolds Declared Dead

by Grace4Ayla on September 27, 2017

Today Ayla Bell Reynolds, who was reported missing from her grandmother’s home on December 17, 2011, was declared dead by a probate judge in Cumberland County, Maine.

Ayla’s mother, Trista Reynolds, filed to have her declared dead on April 12 of this year, and a hearing was held last Thursday where Trista and lead investigator Jeff Love of the Maine State Police testified. Neither Justin DiPietro, Ayla’s father, nor any of the DiPietro family attended.

Several interesting things were revealed after the hearing in interviews with both attorney William Childs and Trista Reynolds herself.

According to Childs, Elisha DiPietro and Courtney Roberts were deposed sometime last week before the hearing. Yet, there are no depositions filed in the probate case. You cannot just willy-nilly depose someone just because you want to, there has to be an actionable cause before the court. Does this mean a wrongful death suit has already been filed against Justin DiPietro? A question posed to Mr. Childs regarding this was not answered.

Childs also reported Trista took a lie detector test that she did “very well” on. Lie detector tests are either pass or fail. You can’t “do well” on them. Why couldn’t he just say she passed?

Trista also reports that Courtney Roberts did indeed just a have a new baby.

Finally, Trista claims it is not money she is after, but justice. As I have repeatedly pointed out here, there is no justice found in a wrongful death suit. Just having Justin named the responsible party for Ayla’s death will bring no justice to either Ayla or Trista. Besides the fact that there is no money to be had from the DiPietros or Courtney Roberts, they cannot be compelled to testify against themselves, so no new information could be found. All parties could, and most likely would, simply assert their fifth amendment rights. I would be willing to bet Elisha and Courtney each had an attorney present during the depositions. But until we find out what action these depositions are filed under, we have no way of knowing.

But I will find out, so stay tuned my faithful readers!

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mckeekitty September 27, 2017 at 6:49 pm

Thanks for posting this, Grace.

I agree. How the hell does someone do “very well” on a poly? As you noted, a polygraph offers only two possible outcomes…pass or fail. Neither William Childs nor Trista Reynolds have simply stated she passed this recent exam. Guess she scored a B minus and therefore she’s deemed innocent.

Which brings to mind…unless I missed it, I never heard that Trista has been ruled out as a suspect/person-of-interest in the disappearance of Ayla.

Keep up the good work! Continue to probe. I appreciate your insights into this hot mess.

Hope you are well, my friend.

mckeekitty

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Grace4Ayla September 27, 2017 at 7:08 pm

McKee! So glad to hear from you! I am hanging in there. No, she has never been ruled out as far as I know. I think MSP is focusing on the three in the house because one of them (I believe it’s Justin who hid her body) knows where Ayla is and what happened that fateful night. As soon as one of them spills, everyone involved will go down. Until then we just have to wait. And wait. And wait. It’s a shame Courtney doesn’t speak up. What if it happened to her new little one? How would she feel?

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Grace4Ayla September 27, 2017 at 7:10 pm

PS, what do you think of the fact that Childs has already done depositions?

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Grace4Ayla September 27, 2017 at 9:14 pm

http://www.necn.com/on-air/as-seen-on/Mom-of-Missing-Toddler-Wants-to-Hold-Father-Accountable-447758303.html

Why is Trista smiling when she talks about Ayla’s remains? Disgusting.

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