|This is about her, don't delude yourself into thinking otherwise.|
We take out insurance in preparation for the what if's and maybe's life throws at us. Medical, car, fire, flood, what have you. The life of a child, worth more than any dollar amount, especially to a loving parent invested in seeing that child outlive them into adulthood, isn't a what if. A child's life to a dedicated parent over the moon for their little one is never a maybe. The thought of losing the little love of their life is a tucked away and dreaded possibility that is every parent's nightmare, but few ever prepare for. It's only natural for a devoted parent that loves their child to want to see their babies grow up and live a long and happy life. So, for a loving parent, the death of a child is a dark impossibility that more often than not catches them off guard. One has to wonder then what Justin DiPietro foresaw for his child's future that he insured her not having one.
Those following Ayla's story have their theories and have picked their sides. This case has plenty of sides to choose, but when you get down to what this case about, there are really only two. The side that wants, that begs, and viciously fights for justice for this child and the side that will ignorantly lash out and stupidly ignore the signs that are all there to see, that will turn a blind eye to the writing on the wall or, in this case, the blood on the floor, in the hopes that if they repeat their denials enough they can actually make themselves believe it and the lies will start to ring true. The only side a rational person could possibly pick is Ayla's...right?
Hers is the logical and obvious choice, she's the innocent child born into an unfortunate life. She's one of the many voiceless children that look to us grownups to shelter, provide and protect her. And right now, though we don't know where she is, she is looking to us to fight for her and find the truth between the lies and behind the stifling silence that the cowards responsible for her disappearance hide behind. And don't think for one second Justin DiPietro and his Biological Band of Keep Quiet, Deny And Lie aren't responsible for that child's vanishing. It was on them to keep that child from harm, to put her before themselves and instead of speaking up and purging their guilty consciences, this family is only interested in covering it's ass and getting out of this situation unscathed and scott free.
I know what side I've chosen and I can sleep at night knowing Ayla's life means more to me than her own families or the anonymous assholes that would tear her memory apart on a blog for the sake of defending a man that clearly was not a father and would drag through the mud a mother that has made mistakes but is out there giving her child her voice trying to bring Ayla home and attempting to make amends for failing her herself, contrary to the Hide and Seek bullshit game Justin Dipietro is playing. You want justice for Ayla? You want the lies to stop? Than stop kidding yourselves because there truly are none so blind as those who will not see. The truth is there, staring you in the face, but how can you expect to see it for what it is when you refuse to acknowledge it? Denial can only do so much to keep the doubts at bay. Live by what you claim to want, stop lying to yourselves and open your eyes. Try a little honesty, DiPietro Groupies, you'll see it does wonders for your souls and maybe, if we're lucky, The Familia DiPietro will follow your lead and Ayla can get the justice she deserves.
Sweet dreams and don't let those guilty consciences keep you up all night.