2010.07.01 ~ TODAY's CURRENT NEWS ***No discussions please***

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    Today's current news from the mainstream media - NO DISCUSSIONS

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    Transcript for last night's Nancy Grace

    NANCY GRACE - Mystery 911 Call in Kyron Horman Case
    Aired June 30, 2010 - 20:00:00 ET

    http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1006/30/ng.01.html

    JAMES PITKIN, "WILLAMETTE WEEK": Well, today we had some new developments. There was the reports of the mysterious 911 call. We also have reports that the FBI is searching sex offenders in the area. There are 143 in this vicinity, and so they have a lot of work cut out for them.

    GRACE: Could you repeat? Did you say 143 registered sex offenders there in the area?

    PITKIN: In the Portland area, that`s correct, Nancy.

    GRACE: Now, those are just the registered sex offenders, right? That doesn`t even include people that have been accused of sex offenses.
     
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    Kyron Horman's family spoke to the media this morning.

    The missing boy's father, Kaine Horman, and mother, Desiree Young, invited a group of Portland news organizations to Brooks Hill Historic Church across from Skyline School. Horman said he and Young would talk about the search for Kyron.

    He said he would take a short list of questions from each news organization, review them with investigators, then respond after a short break.

    http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2010/07/kyron_horman_search_family_mem.html
     
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    http://www.koinlocal6.com/content/n...es-Kyron-is-alive/Dz4uMChK60KCWjy3W5FG4Q.cspx

     
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    Kyron Horman’s Family Boots WW and The Oregonian from Bizarre News Event
    1:04 PM July 1st, 2010 by James Pitkin

    http://blogs.wweek.com/news/2010/07/01/kyron-hormans-family-boots-ww-and-the-oregonian/

    First came Horman’s “ground rules,” as he described them. No cameras. No recordings. Everything was off the record and couldn’t be reported, unless agreed otherwise. Horman made everyone in the room agree to these rules before proceeding. And so this roomful of reporters consented, in essence, not to be reporters.

    Horman then laid out how the meeting would go. They would take questions, make some phone calls (presumably to investigators, to find out what they could say in their answers), then return and make an on-the-record statement. But first, Horman wanted all the reporters he didn’t know to introduce themselves.

    KEX radio, KATU, The Portland Tribune and “Inside Edition” all got the nod from Horman. But then came Shane Kavanaugh and Bryan Denson of The Oregonian.

    Horman said the family didn’t like The Oregonian’s coverage and wanted them to leave. Horman said the daily had failed to be a “team player.”

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    I introduced myself and said I’m with Willamette Week. Horman said the family has the same problem with WW. I agreed to leave. And so the paper with the second-biggest circulation in Oregon was also kicked out.

    As far as I was concerned, after getting kicked out all deals were off. I wasn’t going to keep the meeting off the record.

    According to a reporter who stayed, the family went on to lay out more “ground rules” for the future. They said they’d hold these “news conferences” (if you can call them that) twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays, as time allows. They would make prepared statements, answer some questions submitted in writing and may also do occasional interviews.
     
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    Source: Terri Horman lied to investigators

    "A source told KGW Thursday that Terri had lied to investigators. She was not cooperating with authorities and had refused to answer questions.
    "Kyron is still alive," Desiree said. "We would like all of you – everyone - to continue to get his face out there, to continue to look for him in your day-to-day activities. We pray each day for Kyron," she said.
    The source also said cell phone records showed she was not in fact where had she said she was on the day Kyron disappeared."

    http://www.kgw.com/news/local/Second-grade-student-missing-from-Skyline-Elementary-95670454.html
     
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    Kyron Horman's parents urge stepmother's cooperation, want people to keep looking for the missing boy
    Published: Thursday, July 01, 2010, 8:14 PM
    Updated: Thursday, July 01, 2010, 8:15 PM

    Multnomah County Sheriff Dan Staton said in a phone interview that investigators believe Kyron is still alive "until we have information to the contrary."

    "The investigation has not revealed anything to the contrary," he said.

    He added that he could not comment on whether investigators consider Terri Horman -- or anyone else -- a person of interest in the case.

    The sheriff said he's heard nothing to suggest Terri Horman's willingness to cooperate with police has changed, except that her decision to hire a lawyer "changes the dynamic on how we interact and at what level we interact."

    http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2010/07/kyron_hormans_family_ask_for_s.html
     
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