Dylan Redwine is a 13-year old boy who disappeared while staying at his father's house in Colorado in November of 2012.
The parents, who are arch enemies, taped a segment with Dr. Phil. The father is clearly a sociopath without feelings or regards for anyone but himself. He refused to take a polygraph test -- and while I don't trust those results either, I would do anything to find my child. Convict me for crying out loud, only find my kid!
Mark Redwine is an expert at evasion. Watching him speak on the show is a lesson in how sociopaths work to get the attention off of them and open up any alternative assessment. My heart just grieves for the mother and brothers of Dylan because they want this man to FEEL something, and he's never going to. He's incapable of feeling for anyone but himself.
The ex seemed willing to work with him, though she clearly thought he was guilty. She just wants answers. She wants to believe that her ex-husband "hid" Dylan to "win" some kind of invisible contest. In the meantime, Mark just kept referring to possible solutions while offering nothing tangible.
Look at the way he diverted attention back to his ex when questioned: "Did you hurt him?" Elaine Redwine asked Mark Redwine.
"No, Elaine, I wouldn't hurt him. What kind of mother do you, are you to even think I was even capable of doing something like that?" Mark Redwine answered.
Notice, he attacks her without answering the question. If he's not capable of hurting him, we are supposed to infer that he's dad of the year from this. But considering that his other son is on the show saying he hates his father and that Mark has done nothing to find Dylan, does this resonate? Nope, he attacks the son -- never suggests that the son might have a reason for his feelings.
It scares me how many Casey Anthonys are out there. How they get away with it because rational people refuse to believe that anyone had something to do with their child's disappearance. I don't know if Mark Redwine had something to do with Dylan's disappearance or not, I do think he doesn't care one way or the other. He was far more worried about shirking blame.
Any NORMAL parent would rot in a jail cell if it meant their child would be brought back alive.