Dylan Redwine was presumably murdered, and his father is appearing to do everything he can to show that he wasn't involved. Nonetheless, the suspicion against the elder Redwine doesn't appear to be relenting. Mark Redwine recently posted videos taken with his cellphone of the area where Dylan's partial remains were located. In the video, Mark is trying to convey the theory that Dylan walked up the mountainside to "get good cellphone reception" while walking to his friend's home. For anyone who's been following this case, this is pure hogwash.
Dylan Redwine couldn't have been trying to get reception on his phone while supposedly walking up the mountainside -- because his phone went inactive at around 9:00 - 9:30 p.m., the previous night. The last known activity on Dyl's phone was a conversation (in text) between he and his friend who lived nearby. The two had made arrangements for the slain teen to go to his friend's home by the early morning the next day. His phone was never pinged again and he was never heard from alive.
So it seems that Mark Redwine is doing what he can to convince the public that he "cares" about his son's disappearance and death, and he is doing what he can to show that he's out trekking in the woods looking for "the rest of his son," but the fact remains that this man did nothing to participate in the searches for him until his remains were found. So why does he want to be in the spotlight?
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