What does Desiree mean by this? If she is just talking about Kyron's abduction, I think that's very odd verbiage. Of course, a child being kidnapped would "see it all." But those words don't fit to me. Every crime victim "sees it all"...he/she is at the center of the crime....but when do we hear it expressed that way...without meaning something more? I just feel this means more than Kyron "seeing" the entirety of the crime against himself. I do think these words indicate information may be under consideration that Kyron saw something he shouldn't have seen. "Kyron saw it all...was involved." If we heard someone close to Haliegh Cummings say the same thing, would we be so quick to dismiss this as a reference to the child witnessing criminal activity just before he/she disappeared? Is it because we think Terri is not "the type" that we gloss over Desiree's words? And we can't dismiss this because there's been no intimation of criminal activity around Terri...LE relayed to Kaine that the Landscaper alleges a MFH plot. That certainly is criminal activity. The phrase "was involved" immediately follows and re-enforces the first odd phrase. We don't think of using "involved" toward a victim usually...."Caylee saw it all...was involved." The two odd phrases together mean something IMO...it's not just one odd choice of words one time. There are TWO phrases. I think Desiree slipped and gave us a further insight. Desiree chokes up about seeing emails that were "sickening." Later she says "Kyron saw it all, was involved." What could Kyron have seen? Did he run back to the truck and accidentally "get involved" in something that put him at risk...something that required calling DeDe off her job to help remedy? I cannot get those words out of my mind.