Kyron Horman Discussion Thread 2020

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  1. GuyfromCanada

    GuyfromCanada Well-Known Member

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    The infamous 2010 case that has become one of Portland's most well-known will be featured in the HLN original series "Real Life Nightmare" on Sunday, Nov. 15.

    The episode is called "Vanished from School" and includes interviews with Kyron's father Kaine, his mother Desiree, law enforcement and other family members KGW's senior investigative reporter Kyle Iboshi is also featured.

    Kyron Horman case airing on network series on Nov. 15 | kgw.com
     


  2. imstilla.grandma

    imstilla.grandma Believer of Miracles

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    Embedded video from below link:
    https://kgw.com/embeds/video/283-87bb1197-c2c5-45af-b307-fae087bc9e15/iframe?jwsource=cl

    Kyron Horman case airing on network series on Nov. 15 | kgw.com
     
  3. imstilla.grandma

    imstilla.grandma Believer of Miracles

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    JoxRoxx New Member

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    Yes, Terri... where?
    imho, I don't think they've focused enough on her. The fact that she's not a POI proves they need to do better at looking into her.
     
  5. Castle22

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    For those who were able to watch Sunday night - anything new covered? Or interesting observations from the interviews? Thanks
     
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    ReadySet Well-Known Member

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    There wasn't really anything new to those who have followed the case closely.
    It was a good overview for those who aren't familar with the case.
    It was made clear that Terri was the last person to see Kyron.


    Watching the
     
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  7. Knox

    Knox Well-Known Member

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    Will Terri ever be arrested- Y / N - When?
     
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    There needs to be a break in the case before there will be justice. I feel it's unlikely but not impossible, and I maintain hope he'll be found.
    (Thinking of Jonelle Matthews, who was found decades after she disappeared even though the murderer buried her in a random location.)
     
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    Such a great question! I don't know the answer to that. I feel LE knows she did something, most likely murder, but they're missing a piece of the puzzle to press charges and take it to trial before a jury. They only get one crack at a conviction. Meanwhile, she's moved and remarried, living a normal life.
     
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    ChatteringBirds Well-Known Member

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    Quote RSBM.

    We'll see.

    May the truth come to light.
     
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    I wanted to add, even if an adult did not stop or call 911 seeing a small boy out of place and out of school, they would remember seeing him, say walking on a fairly safe section of the highway.
    Someone spirited him away from the school.
    MOO to me like the Abby and Libby case, there is an element of sudden bold action upon the presentation an opportunity, read by tbe perpetrator like a shoplifter, upon seeing no one watching taking immediate and unnoticed action.
    I have thought what if KH ran back to the car for an item, and the perpetrator seeing he had slipped out of school took a chance and left with him.
     
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  12. kkdj

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    BBM
    You mean, like an intentional planned event, say by TH and a friend or paid accomplice?
     
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  13. Chili Fries

    Chili Fries Man Sleuth

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    I disagree with this. I've followed this case closely from the beginning and the MCSO has shown over and over that they have been laser focused on Terri.

    It's just important to realize that it's a lot harder to prove an immediate family member's guilt, especially without a body (and I don't think Kyron is still living), because if he had been abducted by a stranger and they found Kyron's DNA, or other evidence that he had been in that person's truck, it would be very incriminating. Finding his DNA or even a small amount of blood in Terri's truck obviously doesn't prove a thing because you expect traces of him there. That's why it's always harder to prove guilt with someone the missing person sees everyday.

    One thing I still think about, and I haven't heard it mentioned anywhere for a very long time, is that at one point law enforcement released photos of where Terri parked in the parking lots of the two Fred Meyers she visited that morning (I can't find the photos anymore). What was unusual was that in both she parked far from the entrance to the store and it was a Friday morning so the parking lot wasn't full. Always made me wonder if she did so to evade security cameras or anyone walking by who might have looked in the truck.
     
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    imstilla.grandma Believer of Miracles

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    One of the saddest cases in recent Oregon history is explored once more in “Real Life Nightmare,” a true crime series on HLN that on Sunday will feature a look at the disappearance of Kyron Horman.

    The episode, called “Vanished From School,” again tells the disturbing story of the June 4, 2010 disappearance of Kyron, who was 7 years old at the time. The news that Kyron never made it home from Northwest Portland’s Skyline School prompted a widespread outcry, and one of the largest search-and-rescue operations in state history.
    The case of Kyron Horman, Portland boy who disappeared in 2010, explored in ‘Real Life Nightmare’ TV series

    Kyron Horman case airing on network series on Nov. 15 | kgw.com
     
  15. mothwings

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    In her recent appearances for Kyron, I have noticed these years have really taken a toll on Desiree. I hope justice for Kyron comes soon!
     
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  16. Boxer

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    Yes, I dont think a stranger/other child family would be aware enough of whether a boy running out of the school was with someone, it is just too likely an adult would be a few steps behind to be an "opportunity."

    MOO also as soon as Kyon saw that the vehicle he came in was already gone, he would turn around, because calling from inside the school for a missing item would be next step.
     
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  17. Chili Fries

    Chili Fries Man Sleuth

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    To follow up my post from above. I actually found a post of mine from 10 years ago with the pictures of where she parked at those two Fred Meyers stores she visited the morning Kyron went missing.

    This is where they think she parked at the first store. The view is from her parking spot so you see it is a long way from the entrance. Even if she were uncomfortable parking the truck as opposed to her car, it's still a long way to walk on a Friday morning carrying a sick baby in parking lot that was surely not very crowded:

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    This picture below is taken from the entrance to the second Fred Meyer store. She parked all the way on the far end of this parking lot, as far from where the picture taken as you can see, up against that far wall with vegetation on it. So once again, what's the logic behind parking that far away from the entrance carrying a sick baby?

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    Here is the original thread:
    Fred Meyers Store - June 4, 2010

    So it is very possible that she parked in those spots because she wanted to minimize the chances of someone seeing Kyron or perhaps an accomplice in the truck while she went into the stores to create an alibi.

    A woman that knew Terri casually from the gym actually saw her at the first Fred Meyer and they had a conversation that she found a little odd.
     
  18. kkdj

    kkdj Well-Known Member

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    I think she's beautiful!
     
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  19. Knox

    Knox Well-Known Member

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    When a few things don't make sense, I can accept that. But when a preponderance of circumstances and events don't pass the common sense test, it just is what it is.
    I do believe Terri disappeared him. It was premeditated, and she never imagined people would point the finger at her.
     
  20. Truth Prevails

    Truth Prevails Well-Known Member

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    I think Desiree is beautiful, too; and brave and smart and determined.

    If it wasn't for Desiree, I would say the answer to the question posed by Knox is no, she has gotten away with it. Law enforcement will never touch her.

    But Desiree has promised Kyron that she will never give up and I believe her; so I'm not giving up either.

    With many miles of separation, I stand beside her.

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