The father of missing Maine tot Ayla Reynolds has put himself back in the media headlines after several weeks of near silence regarding his missing daughter and the investigation into who's responsible for her disappearance. Justin DiPietro had some harsh words to say regarding the Maine State Police department's spokesperson Steve McCausland.
Justin DiPietro claims that he has been cooperating with investigators, even though it has been stated over and over by detectives that he has not. He also claims that he demands answers and the detectives will not answer them. What answers is he seeking? He claims he just wants to know where his daughter is. He also wants detectives to release the 911 call on the morning he reported Ayla Reynolds missing.
Justin DiPietro and his mother Phoebe DiPietro, who is known for lying about the case on national television, claim that Steve McCausland has given false information to the public.
"I think Mr. McCausland is very full of himself, and he should check his facts before he goes out and makes statements," she said.
The same could be said for the grandmother of the missing tot, who on national television lied about her whereabouts and other things that may or may not have occurred the night Ayla vanished. It should also be asked of Justin DiPietro why he won't reveal some answers as well.
First of all, Justin DiPietro lied when he told the media that the police would not reveal his polygraph test results. Steve McCausland publicly clarified that they did in fact let Justin know whether or not he passed -- but he would not tell the public. That, he said, was up to DiPietro. Guess what, he won't tell anyone whether he passed or not. Wouldn't someone be open if they did pass a polygraph? Probably not, though, if someone did not, right?
Furthermore, what about the blood found in Justin's basement? While he's demanding the release of his 911 call, which would be great by the way, shouldn't he be addressing those nagging questions about the evidence in his home? Trista Reynolds referred to the amount of blood belonging to the missing baby as "more than a cupful." How could that much blood be in DiPietro's basement without him knowing how it got there?
Maybe he should work on answering those questions, instead of talking trash with his mom about the investigators who are still searching for a child who is most likely dead by abuse or some other occurrence in the home that isn't being revealed to police or the public.
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