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Post  milly on Sat 29 Oct - 23:19

Kyron Horman, aged 7, went missing at his school.


ABC News

An investigator in Oregon vowed
to bring home a missing second grader, choking up as he tried to send a
message to 7-year-old Kyron Horman.


"Kyron, we're going to bring you home buddy," Multnomah County Sheriff's
Capt. Jason Gates said today, struggling to hold back tears. "Nothing
is more important to your family and friends."

Gates said authorities have received 1,200 tips, but are continuing to
seek out anyone who was anywhere near Skyline Elementary School in Portland
Friday morning.

The captain said he is relying on those tips.


"One of these is going to lead us to finding Kyron," he said.

7-year-old boy who proudly showed off his project on frogs at a school
science fair before vanishing Friday morning. He was last seen by his
step-mother walking toward his classroom, 150 feet away. He never made
it.


Gates said a source at the school saw him around 9 a.m. Friday, but
declined to provide details. The school does not have video cameras. The
FBI
and the National Guard
joined the search over the weekend.

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PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Detectives investigating the disappearance of a 7-year-old Oregon boy two weeks ago put out a call Friday for information on the whereabouts that day of his stepmother — the last person to see him alive.

Investigators refuse to say whether they have a suspect. Police passed out fliers Friday in hopes of jogging the memory of anybody who might have information on Kyron Horman's case, said Capt. Jason Gates of the Multnomah County sheriff's department.

A questionnaire that accompanies the flier has gone to everybody who was at Skyline School on June 4, he said. The boy was last seen there after a science fair he attended that morning with his stepmother, Terri Moulton Horman.

"Terri is the last known person to have seen Kyron alive before he disappeared," Gates said.

The stepmother, who has raised Kyron since he was an infant, contacted the school on the afternoon of the disappearance, when the boy didn't come home on his school bus. Kyron lived with his father and stepmother about 2 miles from the school.

The flier includes two questionnaires — a 10-question form directed at adults and an eight-question survey for children. Both ask if anyone saw Kyron or the stepmother at or near the elementary school, or if they witnessed a pickup matching the description of the family's white Ford F250 pickup.

The stepmother appeared at a news conference last week with the boy's father to appeal for help in finding the boy. "We fully support the release of this flier," said a family statement that Gates read Friday.

Searchers spent 10 days checking the area near the school and the family's home before the sheriff's office scaled back the search effort and reclassified the disappearance as a criminal investigation. Gates said he couldn't eliminate the possibility that Kyron was abducted by a stranger, but "the need for the public to be alarmed is very low."

Searchers have been combing Sauvie Island, 10 miles northwest of downtown Portland, but police refuse to say why.

The Willamette Week newspaper, citing anonymous police sources, reported that cell phone records show Terri Horman was there June 4.

"I don't have control over what papers report," Gates said when asked about the Willamette Week article.

Terri Horman's Facebook activity has also been deemed suspicious by a bevy of armchair detectives — people leaving comments online — wondering why she was "hitting the gym" a few days after her stepson disappeared or why she failed to quickly change her profile picture from her biological daughter to Kyron.

The pickup was recently towed from the Horman home, but Gates said it was because of a mechanical problem, not the investigation.

Detectives have refused to answer most questions about the specifics of their investigation.

"Our primary goal is to not make any mistakes in this case, to be as perfect as we can be in investigating this case," Gates said.



She may not be making any public statements simply because she has wised up to the fact that the cops and body language experts will be watching her every move and utterance.
if you say nothing it makes it a darn sight harder for them to link you to a crime.

Anyone spot certain similarities??

Anyone note the deafening silence coming from rothley towers?
proabably because everytime they opened their gobs to link their case to whatever one they were currently hijacking it turned out to be someone related to or known to the family. :twisted:

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Post  milly on Sat 29 Oct - 23:24

Investigators are asking some very specific questions about the movements of missing 7-year-old Kyron Horman's stepmother, Terri Horman, on the day he went missing -- and a friend of Terri Horman's told ABC News that Horman was given a polygraph test.

Jayme Finster, friend of the missing Oregon boy's stepmother, talks to "GMA."Police have not discussed a polygraph test or its results, and have not described Terri Horman as a suspect or person of interest in the disappearance of her stepson Kyron, who went missing more than two weeks ago.

However, when authorities called off major search operations and announced that they did not believe anyone else in the Oregon community was in danger, some speculated that police may have had a suspect in mind, likely someone who knew Kyron.

"They've already said, 'Relax, we don't think there's someone out there that's going to snatch your kid. We think this is an isolated incident,'" said C.W. Jensen, a retired police captain and former homicide investigator. "They've already told us volumes."
Terri Horman was the last known person to have seen the boy. She dropped him off at school the day he vanished.

Today, police will collect a questionnaire they sent out to the community in which they asked if anyone saw Terri Horman or the white truck she was driving on the day Kyron disappeared.

"Clearly, they need more information about what she did that day, where she was that day, and that's why they put this out," Jensen said.
Multnomah County Sheriff's Capt. Jason Gates said Terri Horman is "being cooperative with investigators. The whole family is being cooperative with investigators."

Through the ordeal, the family has remained mostly out of view, rarely appearing in public and only once appearing together to read a statement.

"You mean everything to us," said Tony Young, Kyron's stepfather, that day. "And until you come home, this family's not complete. Please, Kyron, keep up the hope."

Jaymie Finster of Portland, Ore., told ABC News that Terri Hormon, a friend of hers, understands that she was probably the last one to see Kyron and that speculation about her has increased.

"She's really tired and ready for Kyron to come home, a bit frustrated with the investigation pointing towards her and especially with the Internet blogging that's going on," Finster said.

Finster noted, however, that Kyron has been in Terri Horman's life since he was only 3 days old.

"She has been his primary caregiver," Finster said. "She actually stopped teaching to be home with him, to raise him.

"I remember her talking about when he was pre-school age and getting him ready on all the skills for reading and math ... and thoroughly enjoying being with him," Finster said. "She's a very devoted mother."


So i am thinking they know she did it they just don't know where she hid the body. Will she breakdown and confess and tell them where he is or will she stay silent and hope they don't find him.
I bet every cctv in the area is being checked to see if they could see her car and how many occupants were in it

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Post  milly on Sat 29 Oct - 23:24

Officials Ask About Kyron Horman's Stepmom

Terri Horman Is 'Devoted Mother' to Missing Oregon Boy Kyron Horman, Friend Says

June 20, 2010



Investigators are asking some very specific questions about the movements of missing 7-year-old Kyron Horman's stepmother, Terri Horman, on the day he went missing -- and a friend of Terri Horman's told ABC News that Horman was given a polygraph test.

Police have not discussed a polygraph test or its results, and have not described Terri Horman as a suspect or person of interest in the disappearance of her stepson Kyron, who went missing more than two weeks ago.

However, when authorities called off major search operations and announced that they did not believe anyone else in the Oregon community was in danger, some speculated that police may have had a suspect in mind, likely someone who knew Kyron.

"They've already said, 'Relax, we don't think there's someone out there that's going to snatch your kid. We think this is an isolated incident,'" said C.W. Jensen, a retired police captain and former homicide investigator. "They've already told us volumes."

Terri Horman was the last known person to have seen the boy. She dropped him off at school the day he vanished.

Today, police will collect a questionnaire they sent out to the community in which they asked if anyone saw Terri Horman or the white truck she was driving on the day Kyron disappeared.

"Clearly, they need more information about what she did that day, where she was that day, and that's why they put this out," Jensen said.

Multnomah County Sheriff's Capt. Jason Gates said Terri Horman is "being cooperative with investigators. The whole family is being cooperative with investigators."

Through the ordeal, the family has remained mostly out of view, rarely appearing in public and only once appearing together to read a statement.

"You mean everything to us," said Tony Young, Kyron's stepfather, that day. "And until you come home, this family's not complete. Please, Kyron, keep up the hope."

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/kyron-horman-stepmother-polygraph/story?id=10964865&page=1

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Post  milly on Sat 29 Oct - 23:25

Kristian Horman, Kyron Horman's Uncle, Jailed for Child Molestation

Monday, Jun. 21 2010

The case of Kyron Horman, the Portland second-grader who went missing almost three weeks ago, just got weirder. As of this weekend, Kristian Horman, Kyron's paternal uncle, started a six-month sentence in Snohomish County jail for child molestation. Last October, the 32-year-old Horman had a sleepover with a 14-year-old relative at his home in Bothell.

Horman lives with his girlfriend and one-year-old son. But she was out of town the night his teenage relative stayed over. So Horman suggested they share a bed.

As if that weren't strange enough, the teen then asked him to work a kink out of her shoulder. After she drifted off to sleep, she claimed Horman continued to get handsy, although this time not in the interest of deep tissue massage.

Horman apologized and told the girl he was just groping her because he'd been dreaming of his girlfriend--ya know, the one he's actually supposed to sleep next to.

The girl wasn't buying it. She called her mom and last week Horman was convicted of third-degree child molestation.

With Kyron missing and his stepmother the focus of the investigation, there was some natural speculation that Horman might have been involved. But his lawyer says it's all just a matter of really bad timing.

"It's a tragic coincidence that there was a sentencing at the same time," she told the Oregonian.

For more on the story of little seven-year-old Kyron Horman, check out the internet sleuths who thought they broke the case and the reason why they might be right to suspect the stepmom.

http://blogs.seattleweekly.com/dailyweekly/2010/06/kristian_horman_kyron_hormans.php

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Post  milly on Sat 29 Oct - 23:26

Investigators in Kyron Horman disappearance say they're not ignoring tips

Thursday, June 24

In the three weeks since Kyron Horman disappeared from his grade school, investigators have remained tight-lipped about their work except for one thing: They have repeatedly asked the public to call in tips and replay the day in their heads to jog any memories that may help find the 7-year-old.

But after initially publicizing that they had 1,200 tips, investigators now will confirm only that the calls continue to come in steadily and that they're looking into them.

Some people are confused why they haven't heard back from sheriff's officials right away and others say they haven't heard back at all.

Capt. Jason Gates said Wednesday that Kyron's disappearance is the biggest investigation Multnomah County has ever handled and they're working through the tips, but are focused on leads close-to-home and aren't always calling back people with duplicate information.

"We have detectives going through each and every tip that goes in," Gates said. "Quite frankly, some of those tips are worthless, but it's a process of what are viable to follow up on and what aren't."

Kyron vanished June 4 after he went to school early to see his project at Skyline School's science fair with his stepmother, Terri Moulton Horman. She last saw him heading toward his classroom. The ensuing search concentrated on an area immediately around the school and Sauvie Island. Sheriff's officials also last week released a flier asking people to report any sightings of the boy, his stepmother or the white pickup she was driving that day.

Edward Weber thought he saw Kyron 10 days later while eating lunch in Keizer, about 45 miles south of Portland. He took pictures of the boy he saw and the license plate number of the car that drove away from the restaurant.

Weber called the tip line, but said he didn't hear back from an investigator for two days.

"It's surprising to me that, due to the nature of the emergency, that they would treat any tip that way, whether it's a real good one or not so good," Weber said. "It makes people like us say, 'Well, what's the use if it takes two days to answer?'"

Although people might think investigators haven't addressed their tips, that's not the case, Gates said. Because of the high number of calls coming in, detectives must set priorities for each bit of information they receive, he said.

Tips have come in "all across the gamut," he said. People have phoned in alleged sightings of Kyron from across the country and psychics also have offered their advice to investigators.

Mary Jean Kelso of Fernley, Nev., saw a boy she thought might be Kyron at the small town's Wal-Mart on June 13. She called the tip line that evening, but said she has yet to hear back from investigators.

"I expected to hear something that night or at the latest that Monday. I thought maybe they didn't man it on the weekends," Kelso said. "But when it's a child missing, it should be a 24-hour situation. It should be a live human being. If they're not going to answer it, at least call you back."

Gates said people shouldn't worry if they don't hear back from investigators. Sometimes people have already reported the same information and investigators have checked it out, he said.

"It's nothing personal, it's just that we need to concentrate our efforts on fresh information," he said.

Although Gates wouldn't comment on exactly how investigators are setting their priorities, he did say each tip is filed in a computer program. The program transcribes the tips and catalogues them in a database that detectives can search when pursuing various aspects of the investigation.

"It's a challenge, there's no doubt about it," Gates said. "But we still have our major crimes team, plus outside detectives and FBI agents that are all helping us with this. So even though it's a challenge to keep up with the tips, we are managing them because of the extra help we're getting."

FBI spokeswoman Beth Anne Steele said the bureau is supplying extra investigators who have experience with missing children, technological support and other resources.

But detectives still need help from the public, Gates said -- not only in continuing to keep an eye out for anything related to Kyron's disappearance, but also in understanding why officials haven't released many details about the investigation.

"If we released everything that we knew, we'd get all kinds of people that call in with all kinds of theories. What we want is when we get tips to get fresh information. If we get a call with details that haven't gone out, we know that person is a credible witness," Gates said. "That's integral to the case and that's going to help us solve it. When we release tidbits of information to the public, it's definitely in order to help us solve this case.

"Until we solve this case, the public does not have a right to know the details. Once we solve the case, they have every right to."

http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2010/06/investigators_in_kyron_horman.html

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Post  milly on Sat 29 Oct - 23:26

(Biological) Parents of missing Oregon boy voice fading hope

The Associated Press

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The parents of a 7-year-old Portland boy who disappeared from his school three weeks ago voiced what sounded like fading hope Friday that one of the most intense investigations in Oregon history will find him alive.

Kaine Horman and his former wife, Desiree Young, were interviewed by national TV morning shows and by local affiliates. It was the first interviews the birth parents of Kyron Horman have granted.

"Honestly, I'm a little scared at this point," Young said. "Three weeks is a long time. We need to bring him home."

The TV stations also showed video of Kyron provided by his family that included footage of him at school reading a report on bridges and singing with classmates.

"It's important to keep Kyron's face out there, so that everybody sees him," Young said, expressing hope for a tip that brings him home.

The TV appearances didn't yield any information about whether police are making any progress in the case — the couple said they had been told not to discuss details of the investigation.

During the early days of the search, police called Kyron a "missing endangered child." After failing to find the boy during intense searches in woods and fields around the school, the search was reclassified as a criminal investigation.

Young, at times tearful, described Kyron as a timid boy who doesn't like going without his glasses because he doesn't see well.

"He always stays very close to his house in the front because he's afraid of not being able to find his house," she said.

Last week, police distributed fliers showing photos of the boy's stepmother, Terri Moulton Horman, and asking the public for any information about her movements on the day the boy disappeared. A friend of Terri Horman has said the stepmother has taken a polygraph test twice.

She and Kaine Horman live in a house about two miles from Kyron's school, located in the hilly countryside west of downtown Portland. Desiree Young lives in Medford, about six hours from Portland.

Police say Terri Horman was the last person known to have seen Kyron. She told police she took him to school on the morning of June 4. The school was having a science fair before classes began. She took a photo of Kyron at the school with his own project.

During the Friday interviews, Kaine Horman said he and Terri Horman had gone to the school bus stop together to pick up Kyron on the afternoon of June 4. When the bus driver told them Kyron wasn't on the bus, he thought the boy may have stayed at the school and expected them to pick him up there. Police were alerted after the discovery that Kyron had been absent from class.

Police are not calling Terri Horman a suspect. They have said they distributed the fliers bearing her photo in the hopes of "jogging" people's memories.

Kaine Horman and Young wouldn't discuss law officials' interest in the stepmother. Kaine Horman said his wife is "as committed as the rest of the family to finding Kyron" and she is cooperating with investigators.

Kaine Horman said the last time he saw his son was before his wife took Kyron to school that morning. The boy was in the yard feeding the cat.

Harmon said he gave the boy a hug and told him to "have a great day with his science project," on the red-eyed tree frog, and that "I was proud of him for all the effort" he put into it.

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5j9b2LUBiZZfn4HkSTtQZpweYzk3AD9GII6T00

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Post  milly on Sat 29 Oct - 23:27

KYRON HORMAN


Case Type: Endangered Missing
DOB: Sep 9, 2002 Sex: Male
Missing Date: Jun 4, 2010
Race: White
Age Now: 7
Height: 3'8" (112 cm)
Missing City: PORTLAND
Weight: 50 lbs (23 kg)
Missing State : OR
Hair Color: Brown
Missing Country: United States
Eye Color: Blue

Circumstances:

Kyron was last seen at school on June 4, 2010. He was last seen wearing a black t-shirt with "CSI" in green letters and a handprint graphic. Kyron was also wearing black cargo pants, white socks, and black Sketchers sneakers with orange trim. He wears metal framed glasses.

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PORTLAND, Ore.-- The father of a 7-year-old Oregon boy missing for more than three weeks filed for divorce from the boy's stepmother on Monday, court documents showed.

The filing in Multnomah County Circuit Court listed Kaine Horman as the petitioner and Terri Moulton Horman as the respondent.

Police have said she's the last known person to have seen Kyron Horman alive before he disappeared from his Portland school on June 4. After a massive search, the Multnomah County sheriff's office recently described the case as a criminal investigation.

Sheriff's spokeswoman Lt. Mary Lindstrand said Monday night her office is "not talking about personal issues going on with the Hormans." She said Terri Horman is neither a person of interest nor a suspect.

Terri Horman's father, Larry Moulton, is staying at her house to give her support. He confirmed to KPTV that the couple's 18-month-old daughter Kiara was staying away from the house at a separate location.

"It's a very difficult time and I'm just here to support my daughter," Moulton said. "We'll leave it at that."

Earlier Monday, Kaine Horman as well as Kyron's mother Desiree Young and her husband Tony Young issued a statement through the sheriff's office that was signed only "Desiree, Tony and Kaine." It did not include Terri Horman's name.

In the statement, the three said they have been fully briefed on the investigation and support the sheriff's office.

"Any actions taken by the investigation, or by us, are based on the best interests of Kyron and Kiara and comply with the law," the statement added.

Police have said Terri Horman told them she took Kyron to school on the morning of June 4. The school was having a science fair before classes began, and Terri Horman took a photo of Kyron in front of his project.

She has told police that she last saw him walking down a hallway toward his second-grade classroom, wearing a "CSI" T-shirt and dark cargo pants.

The divorce filing was reported by The Oregonian and several other news organizations.

An Associated Press call to lawyer Laura Rackner, listed on the court petition as Kaine Horman's representative, was not immediately returned Monday night.

Kaine Horman and his former wife, Desiree Young, were interviewed by national TV morning shows and by local affiliates late last week. It was the first interview the missing boy's birth parents have granted.



Methinks the father is realizing that his soon to be ex-wife may be involved with the disappearance ( she has had 2 polygraphs so far) of his son.
I did wonder why, when they released a statement earlier they omitted terri's name. very telling i think.

The question now is will they talk to the cops about any suspicious behavior they noticed about her?
For the father to be divorcing means he obviously has some concerns and i wonder how the daughter is affected ( she is terri's real daughter i believe)
This could get very messy but it is clear the family are withdrawing their suport for the step mom so i wonder if they know or have been informed about something

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Post  milly on Sat 29 Oct - 23:28

ABC News

The father of missing Oregon boy Kyron Horman has reportedly
filed for divorce from his wife, the last known person to see his son
alive.


Speculation has mounted in recent weeks that Kyron's stepmother, Terri Horman, might know more about the second-grader's disappearance than she had
initially let on.

Kaine Horman, Kyron's father, has also sought a
restraining order against his wife and has moved out of their home,
taking the couple's 18-month-old daughter with him, sources told ABC affiliate
KATU-TV in Portland
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Kyron disappeared from his elementary school in
Portland more than three weeks ago after an early-morning science fair,
where he was photographed smiling near his presentation on frogs.

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Terri Moulton Horman remains silent as attention focuses on her

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

For weeks, Terri Moulton Horman has remained quiet as the search for her 7-year-old stepson, Kyron, continues. This morning she maintained her silence even as her husband has moved out and taken their young daughter with him.

News reporters are camped out at the Horman home this morning. An Oregonian reporter approached the Horman house and was turned away by Terri Horman's mother, Carol Moulton. Carol Moulton said her daughter was not home this morning and declined to say more.

Kaine Horman, who is living in an undisclosed location according to court documents, has not responded attempts by The Oregonian to speak with him. But a friend from high school who helped organize a vigil for Kyron earlier this month said he has spoken with him. Michael Cook declined to say how Horman was doing.

“It’s sad,” he said about the latest development in the case. “It’s very sad. I’m just a friend. I hope Kyron comes home."

Cook urged the public not to convict anyone. “I’m not jumping to any conclusions or passing any sort of judgment,” he said. “I don’t know what happened to Kyron and I won’t presume that someone is responsible because of how things might appear.”

Terri Horman was served with the restraining order and divorce papers about 6 p.m. Monday at her home, about 45 minutes after she denied to an Oregonian reporter who came to her door that her husband had moved out, and gave a thumbs up, saying, "Everything's good."

A restraining order is issued if the petitioner can show he or his child is in "imminent danger of further abuse" by the respondent, and respondent represents a "credible threat to the physical safety of petitioner or petitioner's child."

Kaine Horman's petition for a restraining order, which must offer an explanation of why he feared his wife was a threat to himself and their daughter, was sealed by Judge Keith Meisenheimer. It was sought after Kyron's dad, as well as his mom and stepdad, had been "fully briefed by law enforcement on the on-going criminal investigation."

A group of local news organizations, including The Oregonian, has requested that the restraining order be made public.

The restraining order says the stepmom can have no parenting time with her 19-month-old, and restricts her from possessing firearms.

Kyron was last seen at Skyline School on June 4.

http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2010/06/terri_moulton_horman_focus_of.html

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Kyron's stepmom hires prominent Portland defense attorney

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Terri Moulton Horman has retained prominent Portland criminal defense attorney Stephen Houze as investigators continue to focus on her in the nearly month long disappearance of her stepson, Kyron.

Horman, who has been in seclusion at her Northwest Portland home since her husband, Kaine Horman, moved out with the couple's 19-month-old daughter, slipped past the crowd of television and print reporters at the foot of the driveway Wednesday. She returned home around 5:30 p.m. in a silver Volvo sedan with Houze, who got out to open a gate across the gravel road which had been closed for the first time.

Houze declined to answer questions, saying only that the drive was "private property." Houze left about an hour later.

Kaine Horman, who is living in an undisclosed location, has not responded to attempts by The Oregonian to reach him. Michael Cook, a friend from high school who earlier this month helped organize a vigil for 7-year-old Kyron, said he has spoken with him, but he declined to say how Horman was doing.

"It's sad," he said about the latest development in the case. "It's very sad. I'm just a friend. I hope Kyron comes home."

Cook, who has been at the Horman house Tuesday and Wednesday, urged the public not to prejudge anyone. "I'm not jumping to any conclusions or passing any sort of judgment," he said. "I don't know what happened to Kyron and I won't presume that someone is responsible because of how things might appear."

About 4 p.m. Wednesday, Cook drove up in a blue pickup truck laden with supplies for Terri Horman and her family and friends.

He parked among the 10 or so news vehicles hugging the shoulder on Sheltered Nook Road, dropped off a cooler filled with beverages -- an olive branch to the cameramen and reporters -- then drove up to the home and dropped off 12-packs of Coca-Cola and 7-Up, bottles of Arrowhead water, Hefty kitchen garbage bags, Quaker Chewy granola bars and catfood.

He declined to talk about the mood inside the home, saying he feared his words would be twisted

Terri Horman was served with the restraining order and divorce papers about 6 p.m. Monday.

Kaine Horman's petition for a restraining order, which must offer an explanation of why he feared his wife was a threat to himself and their daughter, was sealed by Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Keith Meisenheimer. It was sought after Kyron's dad, as well as his mom and stepdad, had been "fully briefed by law enforcement on the on-going criminal investigation."

There were two 9-1-1 calls on Saturday from the Horman residence off Northwest Sheltered Nook Road.

The Bureau of Emergency Communications said the first call came in at 5:17 p.m. as a "threat" call. A sheriff's deputy responded. The second call was made at 11:39 p.m., regarding a "custody" issue, said Jacquie Carlson, dispatch spokeswoman.

The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office, citing the ongoing investigation, has declined to allow the release of the 9-1-1 audiotapes.

A group of local news organizations, including The Oregonian, has requested that the petition for the restraining order be made public.

The restraining order says the stepmom can have no parenting time with her 19-month-old and restricts her from possessing firearms.

Kyron was last seen at Skyline School on June 4.

http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2010/06/terri_moulton_horman_retains_p.html


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Posted: 01/07/2010 by hardlinemarxist in crime, madeleine mccann


It is reported today that Terri Moulton Horman, stepmother of missing 7-year-old Kyron Horman, has retained the services of prominent Portland criminal defence attorney Stephen Houze.

Houze has, for 35 years, maintained an exclusively criminal defence practice in Oregon’s state and federal courts. His practice covers a wide spectrum of serious criminal matters, ranging from death penalty defence, a major federal terrorism case, white-collar fraud and environmental cases, drug cases, sexual assault cases, and professional discipline matters.

Houze is a graduate of Brown University and Vanderbilt Law School. After spending more than three years as a trial attorney in Portland’s Metropolitan Public Defender Office, he opened his private practice in 1976. Throughout his career, Stephen Houze has represented thousands of individuals, among which have been some of the most noted cases in Oregon legal circles

The Sheriff’s office is yet to name Moulton Horman as a suspect in the disappearance of Kyron. However, John Henry Hingson III, also a defence attorney, said, “that’s because they want to sucker the person along so they can get them in a trap.” Hingson has applauded the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office for taking its time with this investigation. He said if it is a crime, the evidence has to be not just solid but absolutely point to one person.

To date Moulton Horman has undergone two polygraph tests, the results of which are not known. Police have also extensively interviewed her for many hours. On Saturday past her husband and Kyron’s father, Kaine Horman vacated the family home with their 18-month-old daughter. It is understood that this move was encouraged by the Sheriff’s office. On the same day Kaine moved out, two 911 calls were made from the home. A log of the calls revealed the first report came in at 5:18 p.m. and lasted 13 minutes. Dispatchers said it came as a report of threats being made in the family’s home. The second 911 call was made from the home at 11:39 p.m. and was recorded by dispatchers as a child custody issue. The Sheriff’s office has confirmed that these calls now form part of the investigation into the disappearance of Kyron. On Monday past, Moulton Horman was served with divorce papers and a restraining order prohibiting her to contact her children or accessing firearms.
Former FBI profiler and ABC News consultant, Brad Garrett, said there must be some pattern of abuse in this situation or something Kyron’s father knows that the public does not and the police believe has happened. He said “What’s interesting is that we don’t know of any history with Terri as far as abusiveness to any of her children,” “So there’s something under the surface here that we don’t know about and obviously it reached a point, possibly last week, that the husband move(d) forward.” These developments have left Moulton Horman increasingly isolated. However, her parents are believed to be with her at her home. Garrett said “It’s almost like a psychological noose that they’re pulling around because as you separate from her and she has no one to cling to … the feelings maybe are, ‘if we can push her just a little bit further she’ll actually tell us the truth,’ because I think they feel like they’re close.”

Whilst Moulton Horman has not spoke out publicly regarding the two polygraph tests, being interviewed extensively by police, or being the focus of the fliers bearing her picture handed out by investigators, she has been posting comments on at least one news site. KATU News reported today that they had been able to track the posts back to Moulton Horman though her user ID, RDSQRL, to an e-mail address, which it then traced to a professional Internet profile in the name of Terri Horman. The account was set up well before Kyron disappeared. To view the comments made click http://intensedebate.com/people/RDSQRL

It is being discussed elsewhere that either Moulton Horman, a self-confessed internet addict, or a close associate is posting comments under the pseudonym HopeInVA here http://connect.oregonlive.com/user/HopeInVA/comments.html

Some comparisons between the Horman and McCann cases:
Moulton Horman was the last known person to see Kyron – Kate and Gerry McCann were the last known persons to see Madeleine McCann.

The circumstances under which Kyron disappeared are extremely unusual – the circumstances under which Madeleine McCann disappeared are extremely unusual.

In both cases, it is extremely rare for not one shred of evidence to be discovered which points to non-parental abduction and foul play.

Moulton Horman has not physically searched for Kyron – Kate and Gerry McCann did not physically search for Madeleine.

Moulton Horman wrote on her face book wall just hours after Kyron’s disappearance that she was “hitting the gym” – Kate and Gerry McCann jogged and played tennis within days of Madeleine’s disappearance. Gerry McCann provided frequent updates on these activities via his blog; the activities were also well documented by the media.

Moulton Horman’s performance during her one and only press conference has created much dialogue amongst body language experts – As has Kate and Gerry McCanns.

Moulton Horman has hired prominent criminal defence attorney Stephen Houze – Kate and Gerry McCann hired Michael Caplan, QC, Carlos Pinto de Abreu, Angus McBride. Caplan is an expert in extradition and international criminal law. Pinto de Abreu is one of Portugal’s best-known lawyers with reputation for taking on controversial cases. McBride is an expert in dealing with media and protecting reputation of individuals subject to media or criminal investigation.

http://mccannexposure.wordpress.com/2010/07/01/update-on-horman-case-and-a-bit-of-mccann-comparison/

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Post  milly on Sat 29 Oct - 23:31

Parents urge Oregon stepmother to 'cooperate fully'

By NIGEL DUARA (AP) – 11 hours ago

PORTLAND, Ore. — The biological parents of a missing Oregon boy pleaded Thursday for his stepmother to cooperate with investigators.

"We implore Terri Horman to fully cooperate with the investigators to bring Kyron home," Desiree Young said in a joint statement with the boy's father, Kaine Horman.

Terri Moulton Horman is the last person known to have seen 7-year-old Kyron Horman before he vanished on June 4. Investigators have not named her as a suspect or a person of interest in Kyron's disappearance.

A call to her lawyer, Stephen Houze, was not immediately returned Thursday.

The statement from Kyron's mother and father also said they're hopeful that 7-year-old Kyron Horman is still alive.

"Keep his face out there, keep looking for him," Young said. "We're optimistic Kyron will be found, and we can't comment beyond that."

She added that Kyron is allergic to bees and has a red birthmark on his forehead.

It was the family's first public statement asking Terri Horman to cooperate following a string of incidents that have appeared to isolate her from the family. Kaine Horman filed for divorce on Monday, citing "irreconcilable differences," and a judge granted his request barring Terri Horman from contact with her children and access to firearms.

Terri Horman and her estranged husband also have a 19-month-old daughter, and she has a teenage son from a previous marriage.

Court documents showed Kaine Horman moved out of the family home last week.

Kyron disappeared after a science fair at Skyline Elementary School, which did not have an automatic notification system at the time. Terri Horman, who has raised Kyron since he was an infant, contacted the school when the boy didn't come home on his school bus on June 4. The sheriff's office declared the case a criminal investigation on June 14.

Search teams spent 10 days combing the hills and ravines near the school in one of the largest search operations in state history. The sheriff's office issued a flier to everyone who was in Skyline Elementary on June 4 that included two questionnaires — one directed at adults and another for children. Both asked if anyone saw Kyron or the stepmother at or near the elementary school, or if they witnessed a pickup matching the description of the family's white Ford F250 pickup.

The stepmother last appeared publicly at a news conference in early June with the boy's father, appealing for help in finding Kyron.

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5j9b2LUBiZZfn4HkSTtQZpweYzk3AD9GMH6500

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/kyron-horman-step-mother-hires-defense-attorney/story?id=11061509


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Post  milly on Sat 29 Oct - 23:32

Landscaper says Terri Horman offered him money to kill her husband


Oregon Live



Terri and Kaine Horman at a June 13th news conference.

A landscaper who worked for Kyron Horman's family at their rural
Northwest Portland home told authorities that the missing boy's stepmom
offered to pay him to kill her husband.

The landscaper told authorities that Terri Moulton Horman approached him
with the murder-for-hire plot six to seven months before Kyron
disappeared, The Oregonian has learned.

She reportedly offered the landscaper, who advertises his expertise in
lawn care, a large sum of money to carry out the scheme, sources say.

Detectives with the Multnomah County Major Crimes Team shared the
landscaper's account with Kyron's father, Kaine Horman, last weekend,
prompting him to leave the house June 26 with the couple's 19-month-old
daughter.

Within two days, he obtained a family law attorney and filed divorce
papers and a petition for a restraining order under the Family Abuse
Prevention Act.

Investigators also recorded a conversation June 26 among the cooperating
landscaper, Terri Horman and an undercover law enforcement officer, but
Horman shut down the conversation fairly quickly, sources said.

Detectives later confronted Terri Horman directly with the
murder-for-hire allegation, which she denied, sources say. She has not
been charged with a crime, as a criminal investigation proceeds.

Terri Horman retained prominent criminal defense lawyer Stephen Houze on
Wednesday. Repeated attempts to reach Houze, who was on the East
Coast, were unsuccessful. A woman who answered the door at Terri
Horman's house Saturday referred questions to her attorney.

Laura Rackner, Kaine Horman's attorney, declined to comment Saturday
night other than to say: "I just want to do whatever is going to help
law enforcement right now."

After Kyron disappeared June 4, investigators with the county's Major
Crimes Team tracked down the landscaper in the course of trying to
interview everyone who had contact with the boy's family. They also
found it odd that Terri Horman had hired a landscaper without her
husband's knowledge.

The landscaper, contacted by The Oregonian last week, confirmed that he
was hired to do lawn work at the Horman home off Northwest Sheltered
Nook Road. He said he's talked with detectives and could not comment
further. His name is being withheld to protect his identity as a
cooperating witness in an ongoing criminal investigation.

Detectives last weekend also shared the information they developed about
the alleged murder-for-hire scheme with Kyron's mother and stepdad,
Desiree and Tony Young -- providing a clearer indication of why the two
banded together with Kaine Horman and the three suddenly and publicly
distanced themselves from Terri Horman."

The article continues, but basically goes over what is already known about the case.

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Post  milly on Sat 29 Oct - 23:33

DHS opened a case on Kyron's stepmom years ago

Jul 4, 2010



KATU has learned that Terri Horman has been the subject of a prior investigation regarding her parenting. This news comes in the wake of Sunday morning's murder-for-hire allegations.

http://www.katu.com/news/97777564.html

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Post  milly on Sat 29 Oct - 23:33

Missing For A Month - But Is Boy, 7, Alive?
Tuesday July 06, 2010

Sarah Gordon, Sky News Online

A missing seven-year-old boy is still believed to be alive even though he disappeared more than a month ago, according to US police.


Kyron Horman has been missing since June 4


Kyron Horman failed to return home from his rural school on the outskirts of Portland, Oregon, after a science fair on June 4.

But the authorities do not think he is dead and have said the search for him is progressing faster than most missing person investigations.

Although the search team has been "scaled down", Multnomah County Sheriff Dan Staton said 20 investigators were still working to find Kyron.

The case has become marred by a series of family feuds among the missing boy's parents and step-parents since his disappearance.

Kyron's stepmother Terri Horman, who has known him since he was an infant, was the last to see him and raised the alarm when he failed to return home.

Although investigators have not named her as a suspect or a person of interest in Kyron's disappearance, rumours have circulated that she had something to do with the case.



The last photo of Kyron shows him at the science fair the day he disappeared


After two emergency calls to police were made from the Horman family home at the end of June, Kyron's father Kaine Horman moved out taking the couple's 19-month-old daughter and filing for divorce and a restraining order against his wife.

In a further twist in the case, Kyron's biological mother Desiree Young took the dramatic step of appealing to Mrs Horman for information on the boy's disappearance.

"We implore Terri Horman to fully co-operate with the investigators to bring Kyron home," she said in a news conference.

However, Sheriff Staton disputed the suggestion that Mrs Horman was not helping police.

"To date there has been no indication that she has been unco-operative," he told reporters. "She has been co-operative throughout this entire process."

He reiterated the search for Kyron was still going strong, saying: "We have no evidence that indicates anything other than the fact that Kyron is still alive and we are going to continue the investigation under that premise."

However, he acknowledged that Mrs Horman hiring a defence lawyer puts a layer between her and investigators.

"What that does is, I cannot just come up now and directly talk to you," he said. "You have hired somebody that directly represents your interests. It's no longer just you and I in the course of a conversation."

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Post  milly on Sat 29 Oct - 23:34

Break Near in Kyron Horman Case?

July 6, 2010

Sheriff: "A Lot of Decisions" to Make This Week; Kyron's Parents Keep Heat on Stepmom

The stepmother of a 7-year-old Oregon boy missing more than a month remains in seclusion while speculation grows about her possible involvement in his disappearance, reports CBS News Correspondent Ben Tracy.

There are allegations that Terri Horman tried to hire a hit man to kill Kyron Horman's father, Terri's now-estranged third husband, months before Kyron vanished.

And authorities say a break in the case may be imminent after one of the biggest probes in the state's history. Police say they've tracked nearly 3,000 leads and conducted hundreds of interviews.

"I've got to make a lot of decisions this week," says Multnoma County Sheriff Dan Staton. "It's gonna be based on ... what comes out of the investigation between now and the end of this week."

Kyron's parents contend Terri Horman hasn't responded to their public pleas to fully cooperate with investigators.

Kyron's father, Kaine Horman, Kyron's mother, Desiree Young, and her husband said in an e-mail to news organizations late Monday they believe Terri still hasn't resumed speaking to law enforcement.

Kyron's parents had asked Terri to fully cooperate with investigators in a statement released Thursday.

Terri is the last known person known to have seen Kyron alive. She claims she left him at his Portland-area elementary school June 4, and she reported him missing seven hours later.

In the week that followed, investigators from 22 agencies tracked down 1,000 leads.

By week two, Terri Horman's photos were appearing on fliers, along with questions about her movements. Her truck was towed and tested for evidence, her cell phone records were examined, and she took the second of two polygraph tests.

"I think investigators know a lot more than what they're saying," observes former federal prosecutor Laurie Levenson.

In recent days, notes Tracy, more information about Terri's past has surfaced. She became a competitive body builder in 2005. In that same year, she pled guilty to a DUI charge. She married Kaine in 2007. Eight days ago, he filed for divorce and obtained a restraining order, amid the allegations that Terri tried to have him killed.

"That says to me it's likely he believed those allegations, that he wanted to distance himself from her, and that also says to me that police are now closing in on her as the most likely suspect," concludes CBS News legal analyst Lisa Bloom.

Police won't say whom they suspect or when or if they'll make an arrest, and haven't named Terri a suspect or person of interest.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/07/06/earlyshow/main6650270.shtml

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Post  milly on Sat 29 Oct - 23:35

Search for Kyron Horman Complicated by Botched Sting on Terri Horman

Retired Police Captain Says Terri Horman 'Seems to Have Anti-Freeze in Her Veins'

July 8, 2010

A potential opportunity to arrest the stepmother of missing Oregon boy Kyron Horman was thwarted by an ill-executed sting operation at the family's home last month.

ABC's Portland affiliate KATU is reporting that the landscaper police say Terri Horman allegedly contacted to kill her husband and Kyron's father, Kaine Horman, was in on the sting, but then raised the woman's suspicions enough that she called 911.

The landscaper showed up at Horman's door June 26 wearing a hidden microphone to demand hush money. Undercover agents were nearby. But the plan backfired when Horman called police to report an emergency, according to KATU, telling the dispatcher a man at her door wanted $10,000.

KATU cited sources as saying that was the second call of the day. The first came minutes earlier to report that someone in a truck was threatening her.

Responding officers found themselves face to face with the undercover agents and Horman was not taken into custody.

Police have been circling Horman in the disappearance of 7-year-old Kyron, who vanished from his elementary school science fair more than a month ago. But she has not been named a suspect or a person of interest.

"This gal seems to have anti-freeze in her veins. I mean she's under a lot of pressure," retired Portland police captain C.W. Jensen told ABC News. "I mean the investigation, the family turning against her, the community turning against her, a divorce a separation from her child -- all these that's a lot of pressure but it seems that she has the hubris so far to push herself through."

Kaine Horman moved out of the house, taking the couple's toddler daughter with him, apparently after learning of his wife's murder-for-hire plot "Hopefully I think the goal was to get her to talk about the case," former FBI special agent Brad Garrett told "Good Morning America." "Arrest her and that additional pressure would get her to talk."



http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/search-kyron-horman-complicated-apparent-botched-sting-step/story?id=11114051


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Kyron Parents: We Suspect Stepmom

Say Publicly for First Time They Think She Was Involved in His Disappearance; Also Say She Flunked 2 Polygraph Tests

July 9, 2010

Kyron Horman's biological parents are saying publicly for the first time they think the missing Oregon 7-year-old's stepmother was involved in his disappearance.

Desiree Young and Kaine Horman sat down for an interview with Priya David Clemens of CBS Portland, Ore. Affiliate KOIN-TV.

They also say Terri Horman failed two polygraph tests.

And Young says she suspected Terri from the start.

Terri is the last person known to have seen the second-grader alive, in his Portland area elementary school, on June 4. She hasn't officially been named a suspect or person of interest by investigators, but has apparently been the focus of their probe.

Kaine has filed for divorce from Terri, moved out of the home they shared, taking their young daughter with him, and obtained a restraining order against her - all after police told him of a possible murder-for-hire plot against him hatched by Terri.

As Young and Kaine began the interview, information had come to light about the restraining order.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/07/09/earlyshow/main6661166.shtml

Kyron Horman's Father Says Chances of Wife Being Innocent are 'Small'

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/kyron-hormans-father-chance-wife-innocent/story?id=11124144


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Post  milly on Sat 29 Oct - 23:36

The Examiner July 10th




"Kyron Horman case: Police tracing timeline of stepmom using surveillance video from day boy vanished

Investigators are in the process of collecting surveillance video from various stores in the Portland, Oregon area, to piece together a timeline of events surrounding Kyron Horman’s disappearance and the whereabouts of his stepmother, Terri Horman, according to KATU.

Thus, surveillance video from local grocery stores, including Fred Meyer and Albertsons, are being sought after by police.

Albertsons told KATU it had turned over video taken from the Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway store on June 4 – the day Kyron went missing.

Although Fred Meyer would not comment, a source told the local news outlet that the Sunset Fred Meyer off Highway 26 in Hillsboro has given investigators surveillance video as well.

The day Kyron, 7, disappeared, Terri told police she had gone to a school science fair with him. She said she last saw him walking toward his classroom at about 8:45 a.m. He never made it to his second-grade class and has not been seen since.

According to KATU, the Albertsons is about 14 to 16 miles from the Skyline School, while the Fred Meyer is about five miles away. There is no indication that the missing boy is in any of the surveillance footage.

Terri has not been named a person of interest or a suspect in the case, however, in court documents her husband revealed he believes she had something to do with his son's disappearance. Kaine Horman has also filed for divorce from Terri. The couple have an infant daughter together."

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