Anorak | Kyron Horman says: let’s tie Terri Horman to a tree and beat her with sticks

Kyron Horman says: let’s tie Terri Horman to a tree and beat her with sticks

by | 5th, December 2014

n this June 11, 2010 file photo, the family of missing 7-year-old Kyron Horman, from left, Tony Young, his mother Desiree Young, his stepmother Terri Horman and his father Kaine Horman stand together during a news conference, in Portland, Ore.


Kyron Horman Anorak’s look at the story of the misssing Oregon child in the news. And the news is that police do not know what happened to Kyron Horman. They do not yet know if a crime befell him. The entire investigation is based on one thing: getting Kyron’s step-mother, Terri Mouton Horman, to tell them she did it. Only, she says she didn’t. And the local police’s ham-fisted attempts to entrap her and work with the media to force a confession have failed miserably.

If this case ever comes before a judge, you wonder how it has not already been prejudiced.

The hunt for Kyron Horman has battered freedom, not boosted it. The media-led public criminalisation of someone who hasn’t been convicted of a crime should give you goosebumps.

Theories of Terri Horman’s guilt to a crime as yet unascertained but suspected need not be false. But the idea she is guilty of heinous acts have become somehow attractive. A guilty and wicked Terri Horman unties the knots. But  – get this there is not a shred of evidence to support the theories. The only thing we should know for certain is of Terri Homan’s innocence.

And she wants to move on. She wants to change her name. This is her right. Estranged from Kaine Horman, Kyron’s birth father, and monstered in the media, the woman whose innocence must be presumed and we can all agree on that, right? wants to carry on with her life.

The target of mob ire is traduced until nothing of what went before mother, lover, friend – is destroyed and the prelapsarian self erased.

The Register Guard reports:

Four months after a judge in Douglas County denied a similar request, the stepmother of missing Portland youth Kyron Horman is asking a Lane County judge for permission to legally change her name. Terri Moulton Horman’s latest request is scheduled to be considered at a Dec. 11 court hearing in Eugene. Horman wrote in a petition filed last week in Lane County Circuit Court that she wants to change her name to Claire Kisiel.

Kisiel was Moulton Horman’s surname at birth, according to the petition.

Surely this is resonable.

Previously, Terri Horman wanted to change her name to Claire Stella Sullivan to avoid what she called the “stigma” of the Horman name. Her request was declined.

As we wrote in September :

In the UK,  rules  are clear:

If there are criminal proceedings against you

You can change your name by deed poll, but you must tell the police about your change of name.

If you have a criminal record

You can change your name by deed poll — having a criminal record does not prevent you in any way. However there are cases where you must tell certain bodies about your change of name:

There are no criminal proceedings against Terri Horman. She has no criminal record save for an old DUI.

In the USA a man who  smokes  or  snorts  illegal drugs can be the country’s President.

But you can’t change your own name.

The Register Guard’s Jack Moran adds:

In most cases, it’s fairly simple to get a court’s approval for a name change. Hundreds of people do it every year in Lane County for various personal reasons. But Moulton Horman’s request already has proved controversial.


After a hearing in which four women spoke in opposition to her proposed name change, Douglas County Circuit Judge Randolph Garrison on Aug. 4 denied Moulton Horman’s request to legally be known as Claire Sullivan.

These four woman are fools. They seek not justice but revenge and a collective moral pupose. Their claim to be giving Kyron Horman a voice assumes him a child who cares not for evidence, justice, rule of law or proof of wrongdoing. They deny their demon the right to silence and to walk away. The voice they give Kyron is one of intolerance, a disregard for fariness and blind justice. Kyron Horman was aged 7 when he vanished in 2010. And these adult women know his mind.

Be afraid. These women possess not a shred of reasonable doubt. Guilt has been established with no need for nuisance trials and legal arguments honed by eons of struggle.

The story goes on:

Kyron Horman’s biological parents and others have said they suspect Moulton Horman of being involved in the disappearance of her 7-year-old stepson. She has not been charged in what police say is an ongoing investigation.

She has not been charged. No-one has been charged. As we said, the police can’t even work out what crime to charge anyone with.

Aimee Green writes for Oregon Live :

Much still remains unclear about why Terri Moulton Horman is applying for a name change — less than four months after a judge denied an earlier request this year.

Well, no. This is very clear. She says she no longer wants to carry the Horman name. She says the name Terri Horman is sullied.

Aimee Green then breaks things down to dust.

As for why she wants her first name to be Claire, she appears to like the name.

Top journalism there from Aimee. ‘Woman Changes Name To One She Likes!’ Over to you, Sari ‘Zsa Zsa Gabor.

Aimee then asks:

Q. Have judges denied other name-change applicants:

A. In March 2013, a Multnomah County judge shot down a request by double murderer Mark Beebout to change his name to Yunus Mohammed even though Beebout claimed he wanted to change his name purely for religious reasons. An attorney for one of Beebout’s victims had argued that Beebout was trying to distance himself from his past allowing “him to hide the fact of his crimes from his jailers, the public and from his fellow inmates.”

Courts in other states — including Georgia, New York and Ohio — have rejected requests by inmates to change their names.

Only, Terri Horman has not been charged with any crime.

Aimee ploughs

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