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Post  quickfingers on Tue 3 Jan - 16:08

Not sure if this has already been posted so Mods please delete if so

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2081293/Ayla-Reynolds-missing-Father-Justin-DiPietros-public-plea-safe-return.html?ito=feeds-newsxml

Something isn't right here IMHO


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Post  Guest on Tue 3 Jan - 16:12

This bit caught my eye

"According to Scott Bernstein, founder of Child Recovery International, an organisation that helps find missing children, the most likely time to find such young children is in the first few hours after their disappearance."



How does this square with Healy and McCanns' efforts on the (alleged) night of Madeleine's disappearance?

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Post  quickfingers on Tue 3 Jan - 16:34

I don't get why they were so sure Maddie had been abducted. First thoughts would be she had wandered out of the apartment trying to find them wouldn't it? Abduction by a stranger is very rare and extremely unlikely. Even if it was abduction its common sense that the first few hours are when they are likely to be found alive. I would have left the twins with a trusted friend and then been out there searching and searching and searching whether it was dark or not. Either that or i'd be sedated in bed against my will! Definitely not jogging, playing tennis or having a snack at the Tapas.

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Post  kitti on Tue 3 Jan - 18:12

She is the little girl that also suffered a broken arm......recently.

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Post  jinvta on Tue 5 Jun - 3:03

Quite an interesting video, very many similarites to the McCann case:

http://video.foxnews.com/v/1666687736001/heartbreaking-revelation-for-family-of-missing-toddler

All the conclusions from this case are the same that the Portuguese police came to regarding Madeleine. It is so sad to hear the grandfather's pain.

Somehow I doubt that Ayla's father will have the means to sue the Maine police for publicly stating their suspicions.

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Post  gillyspot on Tue 5 Jun - 11:11

An old article about comparisons between Lisa Irwin & Ayla Reynolds cases

"In what has become Maine's most intensive investigation of the decade, police announced Monday there's "not one piece of evidence" supporting the theory Ayla Reynolds was abducted, ABC reported. Ayla's father, Justin DiPietro, reported her missing from his Waterville home Dec. 16, saying someone must have snatched her from her bed overnight.
Now that claim is crumbling, with police saying there's no forensic support for a kidnapping.
The Reynolds case mirrors another reported baby kidnapping, that of Kansas City, Mo., baby Lisa Irwin. In both cases, parents claimed their babies were taken from their beds by strangers in the night. In both cases, police were immediately suspicious that no kidnapping had taken place. Here are some of the common threads:
* There were no credible signs of forced entry in either case. Police met with difficulty in attempting to reenact a kidnapping at the Irwin home, as described by Huffington Post. In the DiPietro case police noted Monday that the window of the bedroom in which Ayla slept had not been tampered with and could not be opened from the outside. The DiPietro home is so small that an intruder stealing a baby undetected is not credible, according to police.
* In both cases, there's been a confusing succession of stories about who was in the home the night of the reported kidnapping. In the Irwin case, claims of a brother and a neighbor visiting during the evening before the missing persons report surfaced late in the game.
* Phoebe DiPietro, Justin's mother, gave a CNN interview in which she answered questions about what happened in the home the night Ayla disappeared, only to reveal the next day she wasn't there at the time. Now police are saying there might have been more people in the home than the three adults and three children previously disclosed. The three adults are Justin DiPietro, his girlfriend Courtney Roberts and sister Elisha DiPietro.
* The family sleeping arrangements underwent revision as the stories of what happened were described in both cases. Val Hall addressed the changing story of who slept where at the Irwin house the night Lisa disappeared on her Hinky Meter blog, concluding sarcastically, "There's literally kids wandering all over this house." What was reported to be a bedroom Ayla shared with her cousin turned out to be a bedroom Ayla never slept in, except, perhaps, the night she was reported missing.
* Forensic evidence indicating that harm befell the child in the house is present in both cases. With baby Lisa, it was a cadaver dog hit; with Ayla, her blood was spattered in the basement, ABC said."

http://news.yahoo.com/not-one-piece-evidence-says-ayla-reynolds-abducted-215200510.html

IMO both are very similar to another case we all know a lot about. Hmm

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Post  kitti on Tue 5 Jun - 11:31

Remember Gerry McCann saying that after Madeleine went missing there weren't any abductions....he was right off course but there has been ALOT off faked abductions...


Keisha Adams


Lisa Irwin

Sky metewala

Alliyah Lunsford


Alyal Reynolds

And many many more.......



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Post  jinvta on Tue 5 Jun - 16:01

I agree, the similarities are there in all cases. In fact, there seems to have been an increased number of faked abductions since Madeleine went missing, perhaps because the McCanns are seeminingly getting away with it. At least the press seem to be giving them a free pass, much unlike the cases in the US. I can't understand why there are no articles like the ones above stating that there was no evidence to support abduction and that there is evidence to support death. I suppose it must be the libel laws in the UK and the deep pockets of the "fund".

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Post  jejune on Thu 7 Jun - 22:17

In the early days I was convinced Madeleine had left the apartment to look for her parents. After all, she wasn't even of school age at the time, so wouldn't be able to reason that, if she woke if and found herself with only the younger siblings for company, it would be safer to stay where she was until her mother and father came home. It was only when the parents insisted that she would not have wandered off, that I began to think they knew more than they were saying.

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