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Post  milly on Sun 30 Oct - 0:21

Friday, October 29

Terri Moulton Horman's attorneys respond to the court affidavit filed by Kaine Horman four days ago. In the motion,Terri Horman's attorneys say Kaine Horman is focused on his wife's destruction rather than their daughter's best interests.

The motion calls Kaine's filings "vicious in its tone and content" intended to "vilify" the mother with "incendiary tactics" to "completely destroy and sabotage the mother/child relationship" to the "utter detriment" of his daughter.

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Tuesday, November 2

Terri Moulton Horman withdraws motion seeking parenting time with daughter Kiara.

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Post  milly on Sun 30 Oct - 0:22

Weekend of November 13-14

Dive teams from the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office return to Sauvie Island on searching for signs of Kyron Horman.

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For the first time since Kyron Horman disappeared on June 4, the united front that has been presented by his birth parents shows fractures. Desiree Young appears on NBC's Today Show and accuses of Terri Moulton Horman of having a "severe hatred" of Kyron. She also says she feels that Kaine Horman, her ex-husband and Kyron's father has made some bad choices: "I just can't stand by and support the choices that he's making". Hours later, Kaine Horman stands at the Wall of Hope to talk to reporters about court filings in his divorce case against Terri Horman. He responds to Dersiree's comments by saying that he has never withheld information and never felt that his estranged wife posed a threat to Kyron.

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Post  milly on Sun 30 Oct - 0:22

Friday, December 10

At the request of the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office, the Skyline School principal emails a flier to its parents and staff. Sheriff Dan Staton said the flier is to double-check that law enforcement has interviewed everyone who was at the school when Kyron was last seen.

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Post  milly on Sun 30 Oct - 0:23

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Authorities resume the search for Kyron but shift it to an area in the forested hills west of Sauvie Island. They say that have new and "very specific reasons" About 50 searchers and seven cadaver-detecting dogs were employed. They set a goal of scouring the rural areas north and west of Portland -- crossing from Multnomah County into corners of Washington and Columbia counties. The search area focused on several parcels of private property, mostly logging land, along Northwest Skyline Boulevard -- between Rocky Point Road and Logie Trail Road -- and around the Dixie Mountain area. Nothing was found.

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Post  milly on Sun 30 Oct - 0:23

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This month following a review of the local task force's nearly nine-month investigation the FBI dedicates up to six agents to help with the criminal investigation into the disappearance of Kyron Horman.

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Post  milly on Sun 30 Oct - 0:23

Saturday, February 13

Desiree Young sends out a press release which includes a Valentine to Kyron Horman. She says the holiday will be a tough one, just as the others have since her son went missing. The Valentine to Kyron says:,"there's a hole in my heart that will not be fixed until you come home."

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Post  milly on Sun 30 Oct - 0:23

Weekend of March 26 - 27

Searchers returned to a stretch of Northwest Skyline Road, south of Rocky Point Road and a gravel road further north in the Dixie Mountain area to continue searching for Kyron, as they couldn't cover the full area in January.

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Post  milly on Sun 30 Oct - 0:24

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Horman divorce hearing is delayed until June 30.

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Multnomah County Sheriff Dan Staton says the formal Kyron task force will disband as of July 1 2011, but that a lead detective from the office will continue to work full-time investigating the now yearlong disappearance of Kyron Horman with help from the FBI, state Department of Justice and county prosecutors.

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Kyron Horman investigation to take on 'technical focus,' sheriff's office says

Post  milly on Sun 30 Oct - 0:26


Published: Thursday, June 02, 2011, 4:39 PM Updated: Thursday, June 02, 2011, 10:08 PM

kyron3jpg-42b82154c5c24430_large.jpgView full sizeCourtesy of familyA photo posted on his stepmother's Facebook page shows Kyron Horman in front of his science fair project, wearing the "CSI" T-shirt he was last seen in.
The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office announced this afternoon that the investigation into the disappearance of Kyron Horman will take on a "more technical focus" as the case enters its second year.

Lt. Mary Lindstrand, spokeswoman for the sheriff's office, issued a news release saying that the agencies involved will "be concentrating on technology based forensics, data entry and review of information compiled, leads and specific tasks that have been identified for the investigation, along with continued case development."

In addition, Sheriff Dan Staton said the task force assembled to look for Kyron will be disbanded as of July 1. But that doesn't mean law-enforcement officials will quit looking for Kyron.

Those involved in continuing to look for the boy who disappeared from Skyline School on the morning of June 4, 2010, are the FBI, Oregon Department of Justice, Multnomah County District Attorney's Office and the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office. Lindstrand said the sheriff's office will remain as the lead investigative agency.



Kyron was first reported missing about 3:30 p.m. June 4 after he didn't arrive home as usual on a school bus. His disappearance launched the largest search in Oregon history, involving hundreds of people and thousands of hours. Organized searches stretched into weeks and were restarted a couple of times through the winter, but no clues were ever found.

Terri Moulton Horman, Kyron's stepmother, was the last person seen with Kyron. She took him to Skyline the morning of his disappearance for a school science fair and talent show. She eventually became the focus of the investigation but has never been charged or named as a person of interest in the case. She eventually separated from Kyron's father, Kaine Horman, and is now living in Roseburg with her parents.

Kaine Horman and Kyron's biological mother, Desiree Young of Medford, both say they think Moulton Horman may have played a role in Kyron's disappearance, but Moulton Horman has never made a public statement about the case. In her news release, Lindstrand said that so far, investigators have checked more than 4,500 leads "with over 3,500 interviews having been conducted by investigators."

She also said they have put in more than 26,650 hours and that volunteers had logged 24,638 hours.

The change in investigative tactics will officially take place July 1.

"We will be concentrating on technology based forensics, data entry and review of information compiled, leads and specific tasks that have been identified for the investigation, along with continued case development," Lindstrand said.

"Although we have adapted our approach and techniques as this case has dictated," she said, "our dedication and resolve to find out what happened to Kyron has not changed in the least. This case will continue to hold the highest priority for the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office and all of our partners."

-- The Oregonian

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Kyron Horman task force to disband July 1, but will re-form if 'something breaks,' sheriff says

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Kyron Horman task force to disband July 1, but will re-form if 'something breaks,' sheriff says
Published: Friday, June 03, 2011, 5:00 AM Updated: Friday, June 03, 2011, 9:34 AM
By Maxine Bernstein, The Oregonian



Multnomah County Sheriff Dan Staton announced the formation of a special task force to investigate the disappearance of Kyron Horman from Skyline School. On Thursday, two days before anniversary of Kyron's disappearance, Staton told The Oregonian that the task force was being disbanded unless "something breaks."
A lead detective from the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office will continue to work full-time investigating the now yearlong disappearance of Kyron Horman with help from the FBI, state Department of Justice and county prosecutors.

But a formalized task force will disband as of July 1, Sheriff Dan Staton said Thursday.

"We're not going to call it a task force anymore," Staton said. "If something breaks, then we'll bring everybody back together."

In an interview with The Oregonian Thursday, the sheriff pledged that the investigation into the second-grader's disappearance from Skyline School on June 4, 2010, will remain active until Kyron is found, there's an arrest, or until there are no further leads to pursue or data to examine. Detectives who were loaned to the task force in October from the Portland Police Bureau, Clackamas County and Washington County sheriff's offices, and Oregon State Police are being pulled back to their respective agencies.

"Obviously I'm disappointed we haven't found him, we haven't made an arrest, but I'm not disappointed with the progress of the investigation," Staton said. "There isn't a night I don't think any of us don't wish we had come to a conclusion by now."


Multnomah County Sheriff's detectives, FBI agents and up to four state justice department investigators have spent the past six months examining at least 60 persons of interest in the disappearance of Kyron from his school.

Their multi-agency task force has looked at registered sex offenders in the area of the school, the Horman home, visitors to the school that day, and others who may have made cell phone calls that were routed to cell phone towers near the school, the Horman home and Sauvie Island the morning he disappeared.

At the one-year anniversary of Kyron's disappearance, Kyron's stepmother, Terri Moulton Horman, remains the focus of investigators. But they still don't know what happened to the child and have had to consider all options, including his being abducted, becoming a victim of human trafficking or being killed.

During the six months, the team divided up lists of dozens of other people of interest, interviewed them, checked accounts of where they were June 4, and in some cases, administered polygraph tests before scratching names off lists.

"A large part of an investigation like this is eliminating people as suspects," sheriff's chief deputy Jason Gates said.

During the investigation of the other potential persons of interest, the team realized that some evidence -- namely phone records and computer log-on information from Skyline School the day Kyron went missing -- were not kept by the school district as the sheriff's office didn't request the preservation of those records.

Staton and Gates said they did obtain other information from the school via a search warrant submitted to Superintendent Carole Smith, but could not comment on the school phone records or computer data being preserved.

There are still "millions of data points" that need to be examined. Those points come from all the cell phone calls picked up by 11 towers within a certain radius of Skyline School -- what investigators call "ground zero" -- during the six-hour span on June 4, 2010, when Kyron's disappearance went unreported.

Last year, Staton said in an interview with The Oregonian that he was anguished at losing those vital six hours from the time the 7-year-old boy was last seen during his school science fair and when he was reported missing after he didn't return home by school bus that afternoon.

gates.jpgView full sizeArkasha Stevenson/The OregonianSheriff's Chief Deputy Jason Gates (standing), who has been part of the Kyron Horman investigation since the beginning, is seen here during one of the early news conferences about the boy's disappearance.
The sheriff said the inquiry will now "transition toward a more technical focus," starting July 1, such as examining all the cell-phone tower data and computer hard drives seized from search warrants.

Also July 1, the $196,034 county funding the district attorney's office received last year to support an extra deputy district attorney and investigator will dry up.

Over the past year, investigators have compiled 68 four-inch binders of information, and conducted more than 3,500 interviews, collecting more than 4,500 leads. They've invested more than 26,650 hours on the case, and search and rescue officials and volunteers have put in 24,638 hours toward looking for Kyron. The case has cost more than $1.4 million.

kyron billboardView full sizeLynne Terry/The OregonianKyron Horman is featured on large billboards erected by Desiree Young in Roseburg, where Terri Lynn Horman lives in seclusion at her parents' home. Donated by Athey Creek Christian Fellowship in Wilsonville and the billboard company, they show Kyron's smiling face and say: "I promise I will find you. I will never stop. Love Momma."
While investigators feel a "tremendous personal burden" to solve the case, they can't imagine the pain and suffering that Kyron's parents, Kaine Horman and Desiree Young, have struggled with this past year. The parents continue to receive regular briefings from investigators.

"I don't even know where'd I be at if my child came up missing and a year later, I didn't know what had happened," said Staton, father of a daughter. "Criminal investigations don't go away. This will continue. It will not be a cold case."

"If we run out of things to do, that would be a time to consider classifying this as a cold case," Gates said.

So, what do the sheriff and his chief deputy instruct their investigators to do as the inquiry reaches its one-year mark?

"We don't need to tell them anything," Gates said. "They just soldier on."

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Skyline School gathering honors Kyron Horman, 1 year after disappearance

Post  milly on Sun 30 Oct - 0:28


Published: Saturday, June 04, 2011, 7:00 AM Updated: Monday, July 11, 2011, 10:36 PM
By Lynne Terry, The Oregonian

A weathered note hangs on a cyclone fence at " Kyron's Wall of Hope" in this photograph taken in front of the Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue station 368.


Dozens of volunteers, armed with gloves and gardening tools, are gathering at Skyline School outside Northwest Portland on Saturday to honor Kyron Horman.

It's been exactly a year since the boy was last seen at the school during a science fair. His father, Kaine Horman, and the school's principal, Ben Keefer, decided that the best tribute to Kyron would be a community work day focused on beautifying the school grounds, which cover nearly six acres.

As many as 200 people are expected to help. The agenda for the day includes weeding, edging and spreading bark and soil.

Keefer would not comment on how the school has fared since Kyron disappeared, but he did say that Horman has been in regular contact.

"He's checked in with me many times throughout the year." Keefer said. "Kaine has very purposefully tried to stayed connected to the school community."

Volunteers should show up at 10 a.m. at the school, located at 11536 N.W. Skyline Blvd. Bring work gloves, weed eaters, edging tools or other garden implements. The weather is expected to be nice for once, with a forecast for sun.

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Kyron Horman search effort kept alive at Woodburn drag races

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Kyron Horman search effort kept alive at Woodburn drag races
Published: Saturday, August 06, 2011, 12:09 PM Updated: Sunday, August 07, 2011, 10:12 PM
By Lynne Terry, The Oregonian
Kaine Horman helps move the Wall of Hope for his son from Skyline School to a Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue station last September. Later this month, it will move again.

A souped-up black Chevy truck is competing in the Woodburn drag races today, with its tailgate and side plastered with the image of Kyron Horman, who disappeared 14 months ago.

The truck, hitting 130 miles per hour, is part of the continued effort of Kyron's father, Kaine Horman, to keep the boy's image in the public's eye.

"It's a reminder that he's still out there and he's still missing," Horman said. "It keeps the momentum going."

Horman and a handful of volunteers are passing out T-shirts, bracelets and other items at the races and then later today they'll be at the Cure Kids Jam and Festival in Hillsboro.
kyron_truck.jpgView full sizeA truck at the Woodburn drag races is part of an effort to keep the search for Kyron Horman alive.

Horman said later this month, probably Aug. 27, the Wall of Hope is likely to be moved to a green area outside Xtreme Edge Gym in Beaverton, Horman's longtime exercise spot. For more than a year, the festooned cyclone fence has been on the grounds of a Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue station down the street from Skyline School where Kyron disappeared June 6. The fire station agreed to host the wall for a year and so now it's time to move it elsewhere. Horman said details of the move are still being finalized.



Horman's not lost hope of seeing his son again. He said search efforts will take place when the resources become available.

"They're dealing with missing boaters and hikers right now," he said.

Horman said the sheriff's office has pinpointed three areas it wants to scour. He hopes they can gather the search team and equipment for renewed effort before the downpours come in the fall.
Kyron's mom, Desiree Young, continues efforts on behalf of her son in southern Oregon. Young lives in Medford. She's put up missing posters in Roseburg where Kyron's stepmother, Terri Moulton Horman, lives with her parents. Moulton Horman has retained a high-profile defense attorney and not spoken publicly about the case.

-- Lynne Terry

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Multnomah County judge extends restraining order Kaine Horman obtained against his wife, Terri Moulton Horman, through June 2012

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Published: Tuesday, August 16, 2011, 5:12 PM Updated: Tuesday, August 16, 2011, 6:10 PM
By Maxine Bernstein, The Oregonian

Terri Moulton Horman, pictured arriving at Multnomah County courthouse last October for a divorce proceeding.
At Kaine Horman's request, a Multnomah County judge has renewed the restraining order that Kaine Horman obtained against his wife, Terri Lynn Moulton Horman, for another year, lasting through June 27, 2012, court records show.

Kaine Horman's divorce attorney, Laura Rackner, had faxed to the court a petition to renew the restraining order on June 27. Rackner attached a two-paragraph exhibit, a brief summary of the ongoing investigation into Kyron's disappearance, as an exhibit to support the one-year extension:

The exhibit said this:

"My son, Kyron, has been missing since June 4, 2010. I do not know where he is, if he has been harmed, or if he is alive. Local and federal law enforcement agencies are currently investigating my wife, respondent/Terri Horman, for her involvement in Kyron's disappearance. Terri Horman will not cooperate with law enforcement and will not assist in the search for Kyron. I believe that Terri Horman is responsible for Kyron's disappearance.


After Kyron went missing and the investigation began, law enforcement officials informed me that my wife had attempted to hire our landscaper to kill me for money. I obtained a restraining order against her to protect myself and my daughter Kiara. Respondent/Terri Horman is a substantial safety threat to me and to my family. She has manifested a desire to physically harm myself and my family, and I fear she will continue to try to harm myself and to (sic) my family."


Terri Horman's divorce attorney Peter Bunch confirmed in a written document filed in court that he had received copies of Kaine Horman's petition and the court order renewing the restraining order against his client.

On July 14, a Douglas County deputy sheriff personally certified that he served Terri Horman with a copy of the restraining order renewal at her parent's home in Roseburg where she's living.

Kyron has not been seen since June 4, 2010, after attending a science fair at Skyline School. His stepmom, Terri Moulton Horman, told investigators that after attending the science fair with him, she said goodbye and saw him walking towards his classroom at 8:45 a.m. He was not reported missing until that afternoon when he failed to return home on the school bus.

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Kyron Horman Wall of Hope moves to permanent home outside Xtreme Edge Gym in Beaverton

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Kyron Horman Wall of Hope moves to permanent home outside Xtreme Edge Gym in Beaverton
Published: Saturday, August 27, 2011, 1:33 PM Updated: Tuesday, September 06, 2011, 10:35 AM
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The Wall of Hope Moved to Beaverton Kaine Horman and volunteers from American Fence Association moved the Wall of Hope for missing Kyron Horman from the Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue station on NW Skyline Drive in Portland to The Xtreme Edge Gym in Beaverton. Watch video
Kyron Horman's face and a plea for help greets people driving by The Xtreme Edge Gym on Northwest Cornell Road in Beaverton, where his father frequently works out. A group of volunteers moved the Wall of Hope, a makeshift memorial to the missing boy who turns 9 in two weeks, to a grassy spot between the road and the parking lot Saturday morning.

In little more than a couple hours, about a dozen from the local chapter of the American Fence Association and father Kaine Horman cut down the fence from the Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue station on Skyline Boulevard, where it stood for a year, and rebuilt it at its new permanent home. The wall was formerly a chunk of fence from the Skyline School, the last place Horman was seen.


A few firefighters from the station showed up to help before being called away for an emergency. They kept the wall in good condition and lit it up during Christmas time last year.

"I'm a dad and most of us are parents and it's really a heartbreaking story, so we wanted to help out," spokesman Brian Barker said, as he held his two and a half-year-old daughter.

Kyron Horman Wall of Hope
Enlarge Motoya Nakamura, The Oregonian BEAVERTON, OREGON -- August 27, 2011 -- The Wall of Hope for missing Kyron Horman was moved from the Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue station on Skyline Drive to the parking lot area of The Xtreme Edge Gym in Beaverton. Motoya Nakamura/ The Oregonian Kyron Horman Wall of Hope gallery (5 photos)


As a group of men unwrapped a segment of chain link covered in laminated hearts with hopeful messages and stuffed animals, gym owner Bob Briede teared up. In the days following Horman's disappearance, he collected donations for the Hormans and organized the supply of food and water for searchers, but he's never seen the fence up close.

"(Kaine) asked if we can put up the wall here and I was heartfelt, I was honored," Briede said. "I said, 'Yeah, this is a no-brainer.'"

Kaine Horman drove past the wall at the fire station every day and visited twice a week, but now he can sit on the bench and walk between the segments of fence in what is now Kyron's park whenever he works out.

"This is going to get closed at some point," he said.

Horman spends every weekend at events like drag races and fairs to keep his son in the public eye. He said it's great to have a more visible spot for the wall, but neither he nor the fire department thought it would need to be moved again.

"We thought we would be done," Horman said. "We thought this whole thing would be over."

The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office was not immediately available for comment on the investigation.

Horman was last seen by his stepmother Terri Moulton Horman on June 4, 2010, after a science fair. The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office disbanded the Kyron Horman task force in July, but one full-time detective works on the case, with more help coming and going as needed.

-- Molly Harbarger: 503-294-5923

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Kyron Horman's mother says more searches planned this weekend

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Published: Wednesday, September 07, 2011, 2:25 PM Updated: Wednesday, September 07, 2011, 5:37 PM
Lynne Terry, The Oregonian By Lynne Terry, The Oregonian
Multnomah County Sheriff's Office has conducted a number of searches for Kyron Horman, who disappeared in June 2010 from Skyline School.
New searches are planned this weekend for evidence in the disappearance of Kyron Horman, who turns 9 on Friday.

Kyron's mother Desiree Young said Multnomah County Sheriff's Office will comb "key areas" that have not yet been searched.

"It's an active investigation," said Lt. Steve Alexander, spokesman for the sheriff's office. "We're continuing to pursue leads and tips."

He would not confirm that officials would be conducting searches this weekend.



Young said officials are trying to keep a low profile so they can go about their work without a horde of onlookers or members of the media recording their moves.

She and her husband Tony Young, who live in Medford, conducted a search Aug. 27 and 28 with two trained nonprofit groups. She said they had a variety of vehicles and searched places around Northwest Germantown and Newberry roads and the area around Northwest Skyline Boulevard.

"We will probably be doing a few searches," she said.

She said the searches have focused on public property and that the sheriff's office is planning on combing areas identified in the investigation that have not been searched.

While the Youngs are focused on the search, Kyron's dad, Kaine Horman, is planning a birthday party for his son at Big Al's in Beaverton from 4 to 9 p.m. on Friday.

The event will include a mohawk station for boys and a nail-painting station for girls. Horman, who shaves his head, said he plans on getting a purple quarter-inch mohawk in tribute to Kyron, who always wanted one. For details on the party, check Kyron's website, http://
bringkyronhome.org.

Horman, who appreciates sheriff's volunteers actively looking for his son, is not taking part in the searches.

"I'm not certified," he said. "I'm going to leave it to the professionals so if they find something they can process it properly so it can be used in legal proceedings if it's relevant. I don't want it thrown out if it's tampered with or moved."

Besides, he said, he believes his boy is still alive.

"I know the searches have to be done but I don't think they will find anything," he said.


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Update: Kaine Horman CNN interview rescheduled for Monday

Post  milly on Sun 30 Oct - 0:33


Published: Friday, October 28, 2011, 6:46 PM Updated: Friday, October 28, 2011, 6:56 PM
Kristi Turnquist, The Oregonian By Kristi Turnquist, The Oregonian
Kaine Horman will appear on the CNN show, "Erin Burnett OutFront," to talk about the case of his missing son, Kyron Horman.
A CNN publicist now says that the interview Kaine Horman gave to the CNN show, "Erin Burnett OutFront," has been pushed back to Monday.

Horman did tape the interview today, but according to the publicist, some breaking news necessitated moving the interview to Monday's telecast.

Horman is expected to talk about the search for his son, Kyron Horman, who has been missing since June, 2010. "Erin Burnett OutFront" airs on CNN weekdays at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.

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

Post  wjk on Sun 30 Oct - 9:20

Poor mite.
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Post  kitti on Sun 30 Oct - 10:54

They should be talking to the stepmother again....she knows where he is.
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Re: Kyron Horman, aged 7, went missing at his school.

Post  Not Born Yesterday on Sat 5 Oct - 23:32

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5o2EoXpF-CY

I came across this clip by chance. It features Pat Brown talking about this very strange case - more than three years later, there has been no trace of Kyron.
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Re: Kyron Horman, aged 7, went missing at his school.

Post  Panda on Thu 23 Jan - 11:11

Not Born Yesterday wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5o2EoXpF-CY

I came across this clip by chance. It features Pat Brown talking about this very strange case - more than three years later, there has been no trace of Kyron.  


Hi NBY, the emoticons are not working on my posts, have you had any problems?
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Post  Not Born Yesterday on Thu 23 Jan - 11:14

  Panda, my emoticons are working okay.

I hoped that there was some news of this missing boy when I saw the notification of a post on the topic.
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