Dylan Redwine investigation: Justice for DYLAN page doesn't want Facebook fight

Update: As the search continues for the person or persons responsible for the death of Dylan Redwine, a thirteen year old missing since November whose remains were found in southwestern Colorado last week (see our previous coverage below), the boy's friends and loved ones continue to communicate via Facebook pages devoted to justice. But which of these pages is most legitimate? The administrator of the one affiliated with Dylan's mom rejects the suggestion of a Facebook rivalry even as she remains convinced that the person behind the first Justice page to launch isn't who she says she is.
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