Anorak | Kyron Horman: The Persecution Of Terri Moulton Horman

Kyron Horman: The Persecution Of Terri Moulton Horman

by | 6th, July 2010

KYRON Horman : Anorak’s round-up of the missing seven-year-old Portland, Oregon, boy in the news: the child is missing and all the media does it watch Terri Moulton Horman, the last person known to have seen Kyron she’s the boy’s step-mother. And the police have met her before .

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The latest allegation is that, seven months before the boys went missing, Terri Horman approached a landscape gardener to murder her husband Kaine Horman, Kyron’s father. Why would she do that?

* Terri Horman said she was in a bad marriage and claimed that her husband had “hurt” her, according to the sources.

No evidence has been presented that Kaine Horman hurt Terri Horman. There is no evidence that anyone hurt Kyron Horman, including the uncle . But the police told Kaine about the alleged plot to have him whacked. Soon after, he left Terri Horman, taking with him the couple’s young daughter. He secured a restraining order against her. He has now filed for divorce . Armchair detectives get to play along .

The police seem to be aiding the whispering campaign against Terri Horman. They have no evidence and no leads. All they have is the family.

Sheriff Dan Staton talks to the media about Terri Horman:

“To date there has been no indication that she has been unco-operative. She has been co-operative throughout this entire process.”

Why answer questions speculating on Terri Horman? Why couch a fact with no indication ”? Has she been co-operative or not. Yes? Or no?

The police have no suspects. That is all Staton needs to say. But he doesn’t. Instead, Staton wants to look like the police are making progress. He

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