Kyron Horman: The Search Becomes A ‘Witch Hunt’
KYRON Horman: Anorak’s look at the missing seven-year-old Oregon boy in the news – Terri Horman is accused of kidnap and the child remains missing.
Settle PI: “Kyron’s parents accuse Terri Horman of kidnapping”
Kaine Horman and Desiree Young are still accusing the step-mother. The step-mother remains free. No-one has been arrested. And Terri Horman has not issued a libel writ.
“Terri, you’re at a crossroads in your life,” Kyron’s biological mother, Desiree Young said in an interview with KATU News reporter Anna Canzano. “We don’t always like what life has to give us, but we don’t have a choice in that. The one thing we have a choice in is how we handle these moments.You really have to do the right thing and make the right choice and help us bring Kyron home.
“That’s ultimately my message to her. She just needs to choose to do the right thing.”
Whatever happened to innocent til proven guilty and reporting the facts? The whole search for an innocent missing child has turned into a form of entertainment for armchair detectives.
“Speaking for myself, she was a great actress,” said Desiree. “I never knew she was unhappy in any way shape or form. But I didn’t live with her.”
“I thought I knew her the best, but apparently I didn’t, based on all the information that’s come out — things that she’s done, the way that she operates. There’s a lot I don’t know.”
There is lot we do not know. We do not know what happened to Kyron Horman. We do not know if any crime has befallen him.
And then Desiree Young was on the telly again:
“You will go to jail, and whoever has been helping you, if they don’t talk, they will go to jail,” Desiree Young, Kyron’s birth mother, said today in an interview with Andrea Canning on “Good Morning America.”
What say the lawyer?
Terri Horman’s lawyer, Stephen Houze, has said that his client has been receiving death threats and that the media frenzy surrounding the case has morphed into a “witch hunt.”
It always has been.
Back at the place where Kyron was last seen:
A video surveillance system has been installed at the Portland school where a missing Oregon boy was last seen. A Portland Public Schools spokesman says Chown Hardware in northwest Portland donated the system for Skyline Elementary School.
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