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    A different Lens? Your thoughts?

    The MCSO took questions off camera after today's presser concluded.

    The following is from Oregonlive.com (The Oregonian)

    "While [Sheriff's Detective} O'Donnell acknowledged that investigators worked to identify everyone who was at the school the morning of June 4 after Kyron went missing, he said that as the inquiry continued detectives developed leads that have them looking at information 'through a different lens.'"

    http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/i...estigator.html

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    I'm really wondering if, at this point, they are as sure as they were that Terri was involved. I'm wondering if the different lens is, "Holy crap, she might be innocent. Who else could've done this?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by palladore View Post
    The MCSO took questions off camera after today's presser concluded.

    The following is from Oregonlive.com (The Oregonian)

    "While [Sheriff's Detective} O'Donnell acknowledged that investigators worked to identify everyone who was at the school the morning of June 4 after Kyron went missing, he said that as the inquiry continued detectives developed leads that have them looking at information 'through a different lens.'"

    http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/i...estigator.html
    IMO - they need to put on the dede-as-accomplice-how-do-we-get-her-to-talk-lens perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cypress View Post
    I'm really wondering if, at this point, they are as sure as they were that Terri was involved. I'm wondering if the different lens is, "Holy crap, she might be innocent. Who else could've done this?"
    Geez, I would think that if Terri were not involved (innocent in this) that she would have gladly cracked by now and told everything she knows. I don't think one goes and hires an exclusive criminal attorney such as she did when they're innocent. Where there's smoke, there's fire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by palladore View Post
    The MCSO took questions off camera after today's presser concluded.

    The following is from Oregonlive.com (The Oregonian)

    "While [Sheriff's Detective} O'Donnell acknowledged that investigators worked to identify everyone who was at the school the morning of June 4 after Kyron went missing, he said that as the inquiry continued detectives developed leads that have them looking at information 'through a different lens.'"

    http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/i...estigator.html
    If I had to make a guess, I would say they are trying to rule out a 2nd white truck. That would confound the investigation, making it difficult to accuse Terri - that leaves way too much doubt for any jury to convict. moo

    Also, I think they are using a different psychology. If Terri did this crime as a revenge/hatred act directed toward Kaine and maybe Desiree - appearing on media week after week, sketching out a character assassination of Terri only reinforces her initial feelings of being despised, unappreciated, and all that goes along with those feelings. IMO it would have been far more productive to talk about the good side of Terri, both as wife and mother - that kind of talk may have loosened some of her defenses. moo mho
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    Quote Originally Posted by cypress View Post
    I'm really wondering if, at this point, they are as sure as they were that Terri was involved. I'm wondering if the different lens is, "Holy crap, she might be innocent. Who else could've done this?"
    Seriously, if that is their thoughts, it was a big mistake putting out the new flyer with her photo all over it...JMHO
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    Quote Originally Posted by eyes4crime View Post
    If I had to make a guess, I would say they are trying to rule out a 2nd white truck. That would confound the investigation, making it difficult to accuse Terri - that leaves way too much doubt for any jury to convict. moo

    Also, I think they are using a different psychology. If Terri did this crime as a revenge/hatred act directed toward Kaine and maybe Desiree - appearing on media week after week, sketching out a character assassination of Terri only reinforces her initial feelings of being despised, unappreciated, and all that goes along with those feelings. IMO it would have been far more productive to talk about the good side of Terri, both as wife and mother - that kind of talk may have loosened some of her defenses. moo mho
    Oh please, Dear God, don't let there be another white Ford truck involved!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by palladore View Post
    The MCSO took questions off camera after today's presser concluded.

    The following is from Oregonlive.com (The Oregonian)

    "While [Sheriff's Detective} O'Donnell acknowledged that investigators worked to identify everyone who was at the school the morning of June 4 after Kyron went missing, he said that as the inquiry continued detectives developed leads that have them looking at information 'through a different lens.'"

    http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/i...estigator.html
    This is very good news... I hope rhe new leads prove more productive... I have always believed that LE would solve this case.

    All JMO

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    Wait... did they find any prints in the truck? I would think if they found DeDe's, Kaine's, Terri's, Kyron's and that was it....it'd be a pretty safe bet that DeDe was with Terri that day.

    I wonder if they found any non family prints and if they did, if they have been able to ID them? That could have caused them to change the lens from a short one to a long one.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by palladore View Post
    The MCSO took questions off camera after today's presser concluded.

    The following is from Oregonlive.com (The Oregonian)

    "While [Sheriff's Detective} O'Donnell acknowledged that investigators worked to identify everyone who was at the school the morning of June 4 after Kyron went missing, he said that as the inquiry continued detectives developed leads that have them looking at information 'through a different lens.'"

    http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/i...estigator.html
    Having given this a bit of thought I think it has to do with a person and a car seen in the vicinity of the white truck at Skyline School that they think was Terri's accomplice. The Oregonian article also said they send requests for vehicle make, license, etc. to all Skyline parents. I think they have a description of a vehicle and they are trying to eliminate all know vehicles.

    (A don't believe that the comment by O'Donnell means that they believe someone other than TH is the perp.)


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    Quote Originally Posted by cypress View Post
    I'm really wondering if, at this point, they are as sure as they were that Terri was involved. I'm wondering if the different lens is, "Holy crap, she might be innocent. Who else could've done this?"

    If so, this would be exciting news. It could move the investgation closer to the person(s) who actually took Kyron... IMO, this would be a very positive development...

    All JMO

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    IMO, this is the lens called, "There is more than one person to blame for Kyron disappearing."

    Though I am hoping it's the lens of, "We were sure after that first weekend he was dead, but maybe he is alive?!"
    MOO and all that jazz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamietwo View Post
    Oh please, Dear God, don't let there be another white Ford truck involved!!!!
    LOL - The possibility that Terri was set-up for this crime is always in the back of my mind. That thought started way back when the white truck was noticed at 3p and 2am on the dead end road and driven by a woman. Two white trucks would make it a real mess wouldn't it.

    I'm sure that's not the case but I have a hard time figuring out all the intense focus on a white truck. We know Terri drove one that day. moo mho
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    Through a different lens? Why do they say such confounding things. Does it mean they are focusing in on someone else, taking a better look at something, looking thru a rose colored lens, or looking in a completely different direction......Terri was the main focus at first, so maybe they are thinking there are other reasons for what has happened. I know I have my suspicions about a few things.

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    Hi all - first time poster, here!

    I find interesting this comment made by LE (8-11-10):

    "Multnomah County Chief Deputy District Attorney Rod Underhill said a witness, or witnesses, have reported seeing someone else by the Hormans' extended-cab pickup while it was parked in front of the school between 8:15 a.m. and 8:45 a.m. on June 4, the day Kyron disappeared.

    Authorities are seeking to identify the person, or persons, who may have been spotted by the truck as it was parked outside the school's front fence in the shoulder of Northwest Skyline Boulevard. Someone possibly moved the pickup and parked it up a gravel path in front of the school's playground while Terri Moulton Horman was inside the school with her stepson for his science fair."


    http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/i...estigator.html

    I haven't been aware of this detail until now, and do not recall hearing this during the presser. Perhaps this, too, may explain LE beginning to view things through a different lens, now that at least one witness has come forward with this information. I'm aware that LE has been looking for a possible accomplice for some time, and this seems to (hopefully) cement things rather solidly, at least in terms of some actual (or possible, unsubstantiated?) sightings. I understand that LE is calling for more witnesses to verify this information, and deeply hope that something will come of this!

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