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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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Fake News?

March 31, 2017

I’m not going to get political on this blog, but recent events here in America reminded me of all the misinformation and back stabbing surrounding the disappearance of Ayla Bell Reynolds.

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Trista hires (another) Lawyer…

March 18, 2017

Press release from Jeff Hanson, spokesperson for Trista Reynolds: Trista Reynolds has retained William Childs Esq.of Childs, Rundlett, Fifield & Altshuler (http://www.portlandlegal.net) to petition the probate courts for a death certificate for her daughter Ayla Reynolds. Mr. Childs is a former probate judge and can answer any questions you may have about this procedure. Ayla […]

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Lawsuits of the Rich and Famous

August 29, 2016

Almost sounds like a reality show, doesn’t it? I am speaking of the latest tactic by Trista Reynolds, mother of missing toddler Ayla Bell Reynolds, to elicit some kind of response or reaction from Ayla’s father, Justin DiPietro. They have announced they are going to pursue a civil wrongful death action against him, his mother […]

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Cold Case Squad in Maine

July 3, 2015

After an intense battle with Governor Paul LePage, Maine’s legislature passed a budget that included funding for a cold case squad to be formed in Maine. On the first day it could be opened, Gov. LePage published a memo to all state directors that no one one be hired without his approval. I will let […]

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The Tragic Life of Phoebe DiPietro

June 22, 2015

Recently Maine Governor Paul LePage has been in a battle with the Maine legislature over the 2015 year budget. Part of the dissension is the funding of  the “cold case squad” supported by the mother of missing toddler Ayla Bell Reynolds. What seems strange to me is the silence of Ayla’s grandmother, Phoebe DiPietro. She […]

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