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Kyron Horman: new search finds nothing but more libel against Terri Horman

by | 2nd, September 2013

FILE - In this Aug. 27, 2010 file photo, shows Desiree Young, Kyron Horman's biological mother looking down while making remarks during a news conference, in Beaverton, Ore. Terri Horman, the stepmother of Kyron Horman who vanished two years ago, has asked a judge to hold off hearing a suit that says she knows where the boy is. The lawsuit filed by Young, asks a judge to order Terri Horman to return Kyron or, if he's dead, say where his remains are. It also seeks $10 million. Investigators have long focused on Terri Horman, although they have not named her as a suspect or filed criminal charges. The suit accuses her of kidnapping Kyron, by herself or with help. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)

KYRON Horman:  Anorak’s look at the missing child in the news:

Justin Runquist writes in The Oregonian:

Desiree Young, whose son, Kyron Horman, has been missing since June 4, 2010, says volunteers conducting a weekend-long search may have found new evidence connected to the boy’s disappearance.

Evidence of what?

“We found a lot of things, and possibly evidence,” Young said at a press conference following the search Sunday afternoon.

Don’t you tell the police when you find “evidence”? Or are the police relying on Young and her co-volunteers to do their work, including the dirty stuff?

Young joined a crew of about 60 searchers and 10 dog teams from around the country that combed the area near Northwest Germantown Road and Northwest Skyline Boulevard Saturday and Sunday looking for any signs of her son, who was last seen at the school the morning his stepmother, Terri Horman, dropped him off.

Ten volunteer dog teams?

Young declined to go into specifics about the possible evidence and where it was found. But she said the search was a success and crews ruled out areas where Horman’s body could be, and efforts to find her son will continue.

Ruled out areas where a body could be… So. The child is presumed dead? And as for not going into specifics, Runquist is doing much the same.

Fox News adds:

 She said the items were turned over to the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office. A spokesman for MCSO said they received the items and were processing them to determine whether it’s related to the Kyron’s case or not. MCSO was aware of the search but was not involved.

So. This was not a police. And the boy was not found. Fox Adds:

No suspect has ever been named in the case, but the investigation centered on stepmother Terri Horman.

“I am not going to lie down and take this,” said Young. “I refuse to let Terri win. It’s not going to happen that way.”

Young said she plans to organize more searches for her son in the future.

Let Terri win? Might it be that this is stunt to apply pressure on Terri Horman, a woman who surely must be presumed innocent?

KOIN news adds:

The mother of a missing northwest Portland boy spoke to the press Sunday as search efforts renewed for evidence into his disappearance: “If he was here, he would say thank you very much.”

But he’s not there.

Volunteers with the group Kyron Horman’s World Soldiers set up a staging area in northwest Portland off Skyline Boulevard. They recruited two non-profit search agencies, and said they had an overwhelming response from volunteers.

Who are they, then?

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