Deceased/Not Found ME - Ayla Reynolds, 20 mnths, Waterville, 17 December 2011 - #10

Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by ynotdivein, Jul 4, 2012.

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What did everyone miss? Where is Ayla?

Poll closed Apr 6, 2019.
  1. Her dad knows way more

    100.0%
  2. Dipietro family knows where her remains are

    83.3%
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  1. cybervampira

    cybervampira Well-Known Member

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    Mother of toddler who vanished seven years ago says she cannot find the child's father | Daily Mail Online

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    • Toddler Ayla Reynolds was reported missing in 2011 in Waterville by her father
    • Little Ayla was declared legally dead in 2017, although her body was never found
    • Ayla's mother blamed the father for the death of the 20-month-old Maine girl
    • Trista Reynolds claims no one can find Justin DiPietro, who she is trying to sue
    • Because no criminal charges were filed by the state, Reynolds is chasing DiPietro
    • She must track down DiPietro, 90 days from when the complaint was filed, or the case could be thrown out
     
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  2. IHAVENOCLUE

    IHAVENOCLUE Well-Known Member

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    this poor mother! :(
     
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    LarkBunting Well-Known Member

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    This case has haunted me for years. I can’t imagine Ayla’s mother’s pain.
    I hope one day, the monster(s) who did this & helped cover up the crime will grow a conscience & tell what they know, so Ayla can finally be properly laid to rest.
     
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    tlcya Well-Known Member

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    The mother of missing child Ayla Reynolds has a message for the girl’s father, Justin DiPietro: You are being served.

    That’s the gist of a legal notice that will be published Tuesday, as well as April 9 and 16, in the Morning Sentinel, notifying DiPietro that he is being served a summons and complaint for wrongful death in her disappearance.
     

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